Tiny House Getaways To Escape the Grind

Leave your routine behind and immerse yourself in the beauty of nature at one of these stylish, remote tiny houses.

Sometimes you need to get away, just for a little while, from the hustle and bustle of it all. You’re not looking for a vacation packed with a busy schedule of sightseeing. And you also don’t want to fight the crowds at the beach. Sometimes, you just need the cozy comfort of a tiny house getaway.

There’s no need to look any further: we’ve collected a sampling of beautiful and private tiny house getaways right here. Choose one for a weekend escape or for a week-long vacation from your normal daily grind.

The A-Frame in Bonner, Montana

A-Frame cabin in Montana

Pack up your pets and head to Bonner, Montana to escape your regular schedule. This Airbnb is entirely off the grid, and the bathroom is disconnected from the main cabin. The hosts warn that if you’re not a fan of nature and all its critters, this probably isn’t the getaway for you. But if you’re ready to turn off your devices and enjoy the Montana wilderness and its beautiful views, you can’t beat the A-Frame.

Getaway Cabin in the Eastern Catskills

Getaway is a new business that aims to provide its guests with a true escape from the constantly-connected life. There’s no Wi-Fi at Getaway Cabins, and a phone lockbox is provided so that you can access your phone in an emergency – but it won’t be distracting you every second of your stay. 

While there will be other cabins nearby (Getaway’s cabins are located at their “Outposts,” which include several cabins in one area), you’ll still have plenty of space to disconnect and enjoy nature on your own.

Crow’s Nest Tiny House at Old Crow Ranch

Crow's Nest Ranch tiny house in Maine

On a 70-acre livestock farm in Maine, you’ll find Crow’s Nest Tiny House and the opportunity to enjoy a slower pace of life. This beautiful home has everything you need for an escape from your routine. There’s no Wi-Fi, but you can go to the main ranch house if you need it in an emergency. 

Take the time during your stay to explore the pasture and woods surrounding the tiny house. You can also request that your host give you a tour of the ranch so you can learn more about the care of the livestock up close. If you’re the type of person who really likes to plan ahead, you can order food from the farm online, and it will be waiting for you in the tiny house on your arrival.

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La Petite Tiny House Outside Texas

Similar in design to the Crow’s Nest Tiny House, La Petite Tiny House gives you a chance to relax near the bustling city of Austin, but not near enough that it will prevent you from enjoying your getaway. Close to the tiny house, you’ll find spring-fed swimming holes and beautiful woods – you’re staying in Texas Hill Country, after all. 

The owners describe their tiny house as contemporary with a bit of 1960s flair, and they prioritize all-natural and environmentally-friendly cleaning products. Plus there’s a perk you won’t find in many tiny houses: La Petite comes with a king-size bed.

Shack Attack in Joshua Tree

Shack Attack tiny house in North Joshua Tree

Looking for an ultra-stylish, sleek, and remote tiny house escape? Try Shack Attack in North Joshua Tree. This tiny home is completely decorated in warm neutrals, which many guests will find calming. Soak up the neutrals inside, then go outside and soak up the sun, and finally soak in the glory of the enormous outdoor bathtub. Once you’re ready to cook, you’ll find a kitchen fully stocked with all the appliances you could need.

While Shack Attack does offer Wi-Fi, you don’t have to connect, and if you think you’ll be missing your music streaming services, there’s no need to worry – Shack Attack offers plenty of records available to help you embrace the full desert vibe. 

The Glass House in Hudson Valley

Located on 30 acres of rolling hills, you’ll have total privacy for your getaway at The Glass House in Hudson Valley. The beautiful windows that make up most of this tiny house’s exterior allow you to keep an eye out for the plentiful wildlife in the area, such as deer, coyotes, and butterflies.

Explore the lavender field on the property and soak up the gorgeous beauty of the Hudson Valley. The Glass House has all the kitchen amenities you could need and a firepit grill if you’d like to try cooking outside! 

The Perch in Pennsylvania

The Perch tiny house in Pennsylvania

Head to Wellsville, Pennsylvania for a romantic tiny house getaway. Decorated in a comfortable modern style, this tiny house gives you the chance to relax in comfort. Admire the beauty of the Conewango mountains together, lounge in the hammock with a book, or explore the beautiful 10 acres of the property. The Perch is a great place to watch for deer during the day and fireflies at night as you roast s’mores together and enjoy this peaceful getaway. 

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