With a millennial move towards the minimalist lifestyle, tiny houses are becoming more and more popular. And with rising housing costs, overpopulation, and environmental damage, you might just be thinking about hopping on the tiny house bandwagon. With these 6 tiny houses for rent around the U.S., you can try the tiny house lifestyle before you buy.
Located in Bethlehem, Connecticut, this tiny house boasts beautiful pine wood flooring and the perfect setup to become one with nature. Spend quality time completely unplugged – meaning no electricity, heating or air conditioning – at this geodesic dome by the woods. While it feels a lot like camping, you still have the benefit of modern conveniences available just 100 feet away. Help out on the organic farm and enjoy some of the fresh produce during your stay.
Herringbone brick floors and a jacuzzi tub make this tiny house comfy enough to feel like home in New Market, Alabama. Located in the garden of the Winchester Manor estate, this cottage has an unplugged feel while still being on the owners’ property. The cottage is kept impeccably clean, and the only thing that makes it cuter is the old family style restaurant across the street.
In Talkeetna, Arkansas, this “Hobbit House” will bring you into the realm of fantasy. The cabin’s rustic decoration fits well with the experience of staying at a log cabin on a lake. Enjoy the natural environment and admire the roof, as it is generously adorned with Alaskan flowers. Stay at the Hobbit House for the ultimate fairytale experience.
Monkey around twenty feet up in the air at this tiny treehouse in Helen, Georgia. This treehouse stay is a complete dive into nature. Take your escape to the woods and support resourceful and environmentally conscious attitudes, as this tiny house is made entirely of recycled materials.
With an entire three acres of land to yourself, there’s a lot to benefit from at this romantic and volcanic tiny house in Pāhoa, Hawaii. Located between three volcanic craters, this home runs entirely on solar energy. Enjoy nearby spots for snorkeling in Vacationland tide pools as well as the geothermal hotponds. Just a ten-minute bike ride to the lovely mango-lined Waa Waa road, this tiny house provides a unique retreat.
Enjoy stunning sights in your stay at the Caribou Yurt by the Buckskin Canyon of Pacatello, Idaho. With space for four plus guests, you can bring your small family to this hand crafted tiny house together. There is no kitchen in the yurt, but that’s just fine when homeowners make you breakfast every morning – what a perk!