Planning a staycation in the state? Then these tiny homes In California 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 ever better 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 California
This truly luxurious tiny house is located only 20 miles to Yosemite National Park’s south entrance and across from River Creek Golf Course. The cabin has two lofts, each with comfy queen beds. The kitchen has a small refrigerator, microwave, and stove – all the comforts of home, just tiny.
If you are planning to spend a few nights some tiny homes in California, this one should be right there at the top of the list.
This tiny home will cost you around $90 a night and sleeps up to 4 people.
Experience solitude and nature in style at the intimate Alpha Tiny Home at The Eyrie, nestled in a sunny clearing of the Santa Cruz Mountains.
Start the day lounging on the deck with an espresso. By day, jump into the pool or follow trails to take in the endless folds of mountains and forests. Let the fresh air and massage hot tub revitalize you while gazing into the trees as the sun sets to reveal a carpet of stars. At night, cook in the modern kitchen and retire to the super cozy king bed.
The Juniper Rose is located in a 40 acre Juniper forest in the Shasta Valley. The tiny rustic home has spectacular views of Mount Shasta and her surrounding volcanic mountains. Find solitude in this off the grid retreat.
The Juniper Rose was constructed from recycled materials and is inspired by the need for substantial mobile shelter that blends into the forest and holds a sense of history.
The tiny home will cost you about $80 a night and sleeps 2 people.
This is a stunning and secluded mini-cabin on a 10 acre retreat that comes with a pool and Pond. As soon as you reach the property, you will feel a sense of calm descend upon you.
It comes with a king bed, full kitchen and a bath, as well as an out door gas fireplace and soaking tub.
Come for the beauty of the ranch, the coziness of the tiny house and a place to truly get away from it all. The venue is also dog friendly. so your four legged friend is more than welcome.
This tiny home will cost you about $175 per night and sleeps 2 people.
The cabin is among redwood trees a few miles from the wild Pacific Ocean, the historic village of Mendocino, and the scenic wine country of Anderson Valley.
It is wonderfully remote and the quiet cabin has a loft bedroom and small, southern-exposure deck offer creative sanctuary. This is an ideal cabin for a couple, or even one person, who want to escape the grind and get creative with some proper space to think.
The cabin will cost you about $170 a night and sleeps 2 people.
The Escher at The Eyries is a remote two bed, one bath, tiny-house-on-wheels located just 10 minutes from Big Basin State Park.
This home was thoughtfully designed down to the inch, all to elevate a new lifestyle opportunity. It’s a place to fuel inspiration and uncover new directions… Or to simply take a break from the constant pull of our modern world.
Relax in the heated cedar soak-tub, under a starry nights sky, and feel instantly at home. The only issue is you may never want to leave!
The cabin will set you back around $300 per night and sleeps 3 people comfortably.
The house will set you back about $350, but sleeps up to 6 people.
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