Planning a staycation in the state? Then these tiny homes In Florida should be added to your bucket list. The movement towards smaller and more ecologically friendly vacation spaces is a real trend; these Airbnb listings show the huge appeal.
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.
It’s time to think a little different about your next vacation and look into booking a tiny home. An experience you won’t forget in a hurry…
Tiny Homes In Florida
This Industrial modern studio set up is the most glam off the grid accommodation you could ever wish for! Start your day by brewing a cup of coffee and enjoy the wooded lot situated on a tidal creek.
You can fish off the dock & greet the free range chickens and bunnies. It feels like you are in a remote location, when really you’re mere minutes from all the activities, including beaches, downtown shops and historic areas.
The decor is industrial modern with a touch of salty wanderlust. Custom lighting on dimmers to set the mood.
The house will cost you just under $50 a night for 2 people.
This distinctive tiny house has an open concept design that is both contemporary and comfortable. A roll up garage door with double-paned windows opens from a summer kitchen onto a covered patio.
From an electric fireplace to fine tiles and fixtures, The Venice is filled with high end finishes. Your tiny house stay won’t be a tiny experience, that’s for sure. You can relax and unwind, enjoy sunrise yoga by the lake, and use the amenities to fish, kayak, and explore the natural beauty of Orlando!
The house will cost you just over $100 a night and sleeps up to 3 people.
This little dry cabin is the perfect place to refresh and regroup after a day at the beach, located on 10 acres of woodland. The cabin has double futon and bunk bed and is dog friendly.
There are also toilet facilities and hot shower in main house with private entrance which gives you the best of both worlds. Tiny homes in Florida don’t come any cuter – or cosier – than this.
The tiny house will cost you just under $50 a night and sleeps up to 4 people.
Newly constructed tiny house that’s both right in the heart of Gainesville, FL and an oasis in the woods.
You can get away from the bright lights and noisy traffic, yet stay close to everything, including UF, Santa Fe College and Gainesville airport.
The tiny home will cost you just under $50 a night and sleeps 2 people.
This is a fully self contained 1 bedroom and 1 bath with dinette that folds into bed + loveseat that folds into bed.
The house comes with on-site kayaks, paddle boards, bikes, a pontoon and a golf cart for touring the key or running up the road one mile to the local stores. They really have thought of everything.
This unique experience will cost you a little over $150 a night, and sleeps up to 3 people.
Located in the art district of Matlacha on a canal, this is an entire tiny home with 2 queen beds and a pull out sofa.
There is also a flat screen TV , induction cook top including a full range of kitchen equipment. You also have access to a BBQ grill, a deck and the dock has picnic tables. When it comes to tiny homes In Florida this is absolutely ideal for indoor and outdoor living.
Experience tiny living on the Emerald Coast! The shaker cottage has been completely renovated and is only a 2 minute walk from the ocean.
The house comes with endless hot showers; unlimited WiFi; Xfinity HD cable; and a fully functioning kitchen.
The tiny house is centrally located and has been created for the guest in mind, to maximise their experience of this gorgeous area.
The house costs just under $150 a night and sleeps 2 people.