New York Tiny Homes

7 Stunning Upstate New York Tiny Homes You Can Escape To

With an ongoing change in how people are vacationing,  these upstate New York tiny homes are the ideal way to get away from the city.

Just because these homes are small, doesn’t mean they don’t have everything packed into the space that you need. In fact, some of them are even better equipped than a larger house. Given their size, they are also all in super interesting locations and are way more affordable.

They are ideal for people traveling solo or a couple who want a romantic break. Time to think a little different and ty out one of these upstate New York tiny homes.

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1. Container Cabin In The Catskills – Saugerties

This converted shipping container cabin has a wood stove, sofa bed, kitchenette, writing desk, record player, patio, fire ring and a yoga platform. The perfect spot to escapee city life.

To add to the luxury, there is a 30-foot waterfall and a hammock; you can make it even more homely too, as it is pet-friendly.

It sits on 20 acres and is two hours north of NYC. You can hike the Catskills out the back door or get to a trailhead. Woodstock, Kingston, Saugerties, Catskill or the Hudson River are all 15 minutes away at most.

The stunning space will cost you around $180 a night and sleeps 2 people.

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2. The Glass House – Molboro

Sleep staring at stars in wine country and all just 90 minutes away from from New York City. The house is located on 30 acres of rolling hills that gives total privacy and isolation.

The glass walls open up onto endless views of vineyards, orchards, and wildlife. It also comes with modern comforts (WiFi, A/C, loaded kitchen), which mean you don’t have to give anything up.

The house will set you back just under $250 a night and sleeps up to 2 guests.

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3. Camping Cabin – Suagerties

A charming ‘Camping Cabin’ in the forest on 20+ acres overlooking a 1.5 acre lake. You will get a stunning nights sleep and wake up totally relaxed when staying here.

This tiny cabin has maximum occupancy of 3 people with a queen size mattress in the sleeping loft. A third person can sleep on the bench on the first floor, which has a 6 inch thick foam mattress.

The cabin sleeps 2 people and will set you back just under $150 a night.

4. Peaceful Getaway – Argyle

A true tiny house on wheels! Come experience tiny home living, in a quaint and unique space. The space has lots of character and soul and is an off-grid space to unplug from the city life, recharge and reconnect with nature.

This really is the ideal place to come and enjoy the simplicity, and peaceful surroundings of nature.

The tiny house was designed using mostly reclaimed wood, and features plenty of windows to let in the natural light, while watching nature right out your window!

The space will cost you around $80 per night and sleeps 2 guests.

5. Light-Filled Tiny Home – Marlboro

Wake up in a lofted bedroom wrapped in windows and descend a knotty wood staircase into the open layout of this radiant tiny home. Make coffee in a cosy kitchen, then gather around a slate fire pit in the evening and wait for the stars to emerge.

This is a space that has all the luxury of a high end hotel or rented house but which packs it into a tiny space. The ideal place to come and be creative or to work your way through a good book while you disconnect from the world.

The space will cost you just under $300 per night and sleeps up to 3 people.

6. Cosy Cottage – Oswego

The cottage is on a dirt road that is very private and the ideal spot for watching and listening to the waves. You will instantly find yourself unwinding as you sit here.

A brand new hot tub has just been installed, which is the ideal place to sit and have a beer as the sun goes down in the evening. A perfect spot to bring the family to help you all get back to nature. Upstate New York tiny homes just don’t get much more charming that this.

The cottage costs in and around $150 a night and sleeps up to 6 people.

7. The Shepherd’s Crook – Jay

Tucked in the woods on a working sheep farm, this off-grid tiny house is the perfect escape and stepping stone into the Adirondack mountains.

You’ll find hiking, skiing, and snowshoeing in the winter months. Enjoy the coziness of “The Crook” between forays into the north country wilderness!

It comes with comforts including a wood stove, candles, down blanket, fire pit and is perfect for those seeking complete privacy.

It will set you back about $50 per night and sleeps 2 people.

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