Planning a staycation in the state? Then these tiny homes in Pennsylvania 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 Pennsylvania
This cute home is located 10 minutes from historic downtown Gettysburg, and within minutes to some of the best wineries Pennsylvania has to offer.
The real beauty here is that the house is set on 30 private acres with beautiful horses and wild life. They also have a hot tub, which can be used for a small extra charge.
Snuggled back in the woods, Apple Blossom Cottage is perfect for a couples retreat or friends looking to get away. All toiletries, fresh luxurious linens, Egyptian cotton towels, and kitchen items (dishes, glasses and cookware) are provided.
The house costs just under $150 a night and sleeps up to 2 people.
This serene zen space has a gorgeous spring-fed creek running through it and is located on scenic Pine Creek Rd in Amish country. It’s across from famous Pine Creek trout stream grilling area, so there will be no shortage of fish!
This is an ideal place to get off the grid and have a proper digital detox while getting back to nature. Ideal for two couples or a family.
The house will set you back in and around $150 a night, but sleeps up to 7 people.
The house is fully self contained and in the middle of a field, with lots of animals nearby, making it ideal for a family break.
The decking outside lends itself to summer living with a high quality BBQ and plenty of safe fenced in space for kids to play – and the adults to relax in peace!
The house will set you back around $90 a night and sleeps up to 4 guests.
Nestled along the Appalachian Trail just north of Harrisburg, there is 340 acres of wooded sanctuary around this house to explore.
When you do retire to the house, it is a cozy space and even has a tiny wood stove to enjoy. You will find a firepit outside for grilling or sitting around a campfire. There are places to hike, swim, boat on the lake or even enjoy horseback riding (by arrangement).
The house will set you back just under $100 a day and sleeps up to 3 people.
This tiny home is a beautiful 8 x 24 liberation built tiny home. The layout features a main room with a full-service kitchen (refrigerator, stove top, sink, microwave, seating, pots & pans, silverware, dishes, glasses & cups).
It also has air conditioning, heating, and a flat-screen TV along with a full bathroom. You will find picnic tables, fire pits and other outdoor amenities on the property. All linens and pillows are provided and guests will find complimentary soap and shampoo for their use.
The house will set you back about $150 a night and sleeps up to 4 people.
A wonderfully cozy A-Frame cabin nestled in the Poconos mountains approximately two hours from both NYC and Philadelphia.
The Antler A-Frame is the perfect escape from the city, to either work remotely or to spend some quality time with friends. They hosts also allow pets so you can bring all the family with you.
It features 2 beautiful bedrooms, a fully equipped kitchen, and all the modern amenities for those looking to unwind with the comforts of home, including WiFi, a Sonos sound system, and a projector with Apple TV.
The house will set you back $300 a night and sleeps up to 4 people.
Comfortable, compact one room cabin with a queen sized bed. The separate bath house and shower are just a few steps away.
This is a great place to unwind and take in the beautiful sunsets and natural wildlife or to listen to the sounds of natures symphony . View the starry night while toasting marshmallows over a campfire. Fish and swim on this quiet electric motorboat-only lakefront property. There is also a canoe and kayak available for use. Easily one of the nicest tiny homes in Pennsylvania
The house sleeps 2 guests and will cost you about $60 per night.