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Pennsylvania is a beautiful part of the United States that features an array of exciting travel destinations, from big cities to nature havens. Come have the best cheesesteaks on earth, which is pretty obvious since that cuisine is literally named after Philadelphia. But the history that has left its footprint on the area also adds unique appeal. Oh yeah, Pennsylvania is also the home of Hershey‘s chocolate! What better way to experience the state than to just stay in one of the many tiny homes available to travelers.
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A traditional tiny home, from what we’ve seen, consists of a clever staircase leading to a loft, a precious kitchen, and a snug living space. So this option checks all the boxes and even has pristine natural surroundings. Located right along the Appalachian Trail, take a hike along one of the nation’s most iconic routes.
Striking from the moment walking toward this bright red tiny home, this may be the most picture-perfect home on the list. A massive deck and wooden walkway surround the space, as the expansive pasture is full of cows.
Incomparably amazing aesthetics truly make this a luxurious haven. Contemporary and modern aesthetics are apparent from the outside and flow into the interior. Black fixtures, wooden countertops, and a sprinkling of indoor plants contrast in the most perfect way against stark white walls. Outside, there is a lounging space to enjoy s’mores making.
Change the tiny home game up by staying in an A-frame. Inside, guests will be delighted with chunky wood trim, rustic ladder style stairs, and contemporary add ons like wire loft rail accents. Parents might be sold on the slightly more private loft bedroom, whether it contains the kids or gives themselves some privacy.
Featuring some serious character, this self deemed tiny home goes far beyond any wooden structure on wheels. Basically, it has all the cabin aesthetics, from the charming log interior, the foliage adorned exterior and the most beautiful fireplace.
Trendy is the word within this well-appointed tiny home, with all of the right artistic touches, colors and features. The dusty blue color of the cabinets seamlessly pairs with the bright white walls and wooden accents. Outside is a canvas-covered deck, followed by a fire pit space just steps away.
Magic most definitely emanates from the whimsically constructed wood tiny home. Located within Amish country, there’s a pleasant simplicity that characterizes the space. Enjoy the details, and lovely touches that will gradually be noticed throughout the stay.
Being close to Pittsburgh and all that the big city has to offer, and at the same time within stunning nature, is totally possible at this Mount Pleasant located tiny home. Vibrant green fields surround the wee cottage, and a stream cascades in the distance. Cedar shake siding, an old wagon wheel, and a small deck adorn the exterior.
An impressive amount of space has been squeezed into this tiny home! Everything feels up-to-date and sleek. Access to amenities sweeten the deal, as there is a pool, and lake to enjoy. But right outside on your personal deck, there is a hot tub, for endlessly relaxing nights.
Get away from civilization, while still having the amenities that mean most. Yes, the cabin is very small and very simplistic. But it’s nestled within a pine forest and offers guests a composting toilet, and a warm shower at the bathhouse.
Hikers, get ready to be in paradise. Rustic on the exterior, but quite lovely inside, the small home is perfectly situated in an area where nature is abundant. Right along a historic river, so many trails are at guest’s disposal. Meander by the water, take a fall foliage adventure – the opportunities are endless.
Does it literally get any more picturesque? An 1800s cabin sitting near the water, its reflection adding more depth to the scene. Whether coated in snow during the winter or surrounded by orange leaves in the fall, it’s paradise.