Planning a staycation in the state? Then these tiny homes in Georgia 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 Texas
The Little Red Roof is located just minutes from downtown Clayton and close to stores, hiking trails, Tallulah Gorge and Lake Burton. This brand new tiny house has all the must-haves for a home away from home. Sit back and enjoy the trees from the front or go around back and say hello to Kasper the “old man” horse.
Small but mighty! This tiny home does NOT feel tiny in the slightest and has lots of outdoor seating.
The house will set you back about $90 a night and sleeps 4 people.
Charming and secluded house that is nestled in the forrest and which has a perfect sense of tranquility. It has an ideal location just minutes from downtown and Lake Blue Ridge.
Stroll the unique boutiques and enjoy a glass of locally made wine or craft beer with dinner at the of our amazing locally owned restaurants. “Mini Mountain Blue” is an intimate retreat for 2, complete with a Jacuzzi and fireplace tucked away in a gorgeous setting.
The house will cost you just under $150 a night and sleeps 2 people.
Experience tiny house living in a woodland pocket just outside the city. This unique and comfortable space offers a light and airy Scandinavian retreat with a wall of windows to the surrounding green.
Located in beautiful horse farm country close to Woodstock and Alpharetta, it’s also an easy drive to numerous hiking and biking trails, rivers, lakes, and parks. Enjoy both metro Atlanta living and nature exploration from this serene tiny house getaway.
The house will set you back about $80 per night and sleeps 2 people.
A grain silo converted into a one of the most unique tiny homes In Georgia. This location is an experience and so much different to a standard hotel. How many times will you stay in a silo?
Amenities include a pavilion, charcoal grill, fire pit with swings, small playground, and a full size bed swing. The space is decorated with new furnishings and is very comfortable. One of the most unique tiny homes in Georgia.
This unique experience will cost you about $90 per night and sleeps 2 people.
A unique opportunity to experience life in a tiny house and re-live some of your childhood in our awesome retro arcade (all 40+ games on free-play). The sort of place that the adults will enjoy just as much as the children!
We’ll make your stay FUN! Where else can you play pinball & arcade games 24/7 & sleep in a tiny house made from a shipping container? The house is also dog friendly so you really can bring the entire family.
The house sleeps up to 5 guests and will set you back about $180 a night.
Newly build ‘tiny house’ very close to downtown. Perfect for single person or couple who want to work remote in a new location.
Tastefully designed to be efficient and comfortable. The house even has a kitchenette if you’d like to cook at home. For entertainment you have cable tv, WiFi, stereo with record player as well as the perfect quiet space to read in.
The house sleeps 2 people and will cost you about $90 per night.
Perched high on the brow on Lookout Mountain, this pet-friendly tiny house is packed with luxurious features and is surprisingly spacious. Lil’ Haven is the perfect place to get away after a day in Chattanooga or a hike on the mountain. It’s a short drive down or along the mountain to best restaurants and state parks.
Enjoy a meal out on the deck admiring the view, relax in the soaker tub, or simply sink back into the bed and stargaze through the skylights. Tiny homes in Georgia don’t get much prettier than this.
The house will set you back about $160 a night and sleeps up to 3 people.