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One of the most popular categories on Airbnb, tiny houses offer adventurous travelers the chance to experience an eco-friendly, clutter-free lifestyle in both rural and urban destinations. Scattered across America, these tiny homes offer plenty of luxury amenities in a super-small space, including hot tubs, full kitchens and rooftop decks. From mountain getaways to a volcanic lava field, these pint-sized places are the best tiny house Airbnbs in the United States.
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The first and only tiny house in the Sandy area, this cozy abode is conveniently located just a mile from Hwy 26. Sitting on 23 acres, this secluded home is just what the doctor ordered for getting off the grid, where you can soak up views of Mt. Hood through its moving wall system that completely opens to the outdoors. Modern comforts include a full kitchen, indoor fireplace and Wi-Fi.
If you’ve ever considered trying container home living, this small space in Waco, Texas is the perfect place to try it. Equipped with a custom Murphy bed with a queen-size mattress, you’ll sleep easy after whipping up a meal in the kitchen or enjoying the view from the dining table. You’ll probably spend the bulk of your time on the spacious rooftop deck though, which features adjustable LED rail lights that set the scene for a romantic night stargazing.
Only 2.5 miles from Charlevoix, this 200-foot tiny house is tucked away in the beautiful northern Michigan woods. Immerse yourself in unspoiled nature in this airy space for two, which features in-wall heaters, a full kitchen with a coffee maker and a barbecue grill outside. When you’re ready to explore, there are scenic hiking trails to explore that surround the property, while cozy nooks for reading and a furnished front porch offer plenty of relaxing spaces.
Head to Boone, North Carolina for this tiny oak house, which features a hot tub, fire pit and full kitchen. It’s a perfect spot for adventurous travelers, where you can rent kayaks and tubes to explore the New River below, or visit nearby downtown Boone, Blowing Rock and App. Ski Mountain. Up to six guests can fit comfortably in this cozy home, as there’s a queen-size bed in a private room, king mattress in the loft and a sofa bed.
If you’re looking for a tiny home but prefer to base yourself close to the big city, this small house cottage offers the best of both worlds. Boasting a delightful mix of old and new, the owners of this Nashville property have incorporated repurposed vintage cabinets, a romantic claw foot tub as well as modern appliances and air conditioning. It’s been featured in big-name publications like Travel+Leisure, Southern Living and USA Today, so you know its special.
A truly one-of-a-kind space, this tiny home in Pahoa, Hawaii is set on the feet of the world’s most active volcano, Kilauea Volcano, near the island’s black sandy beaches and gorgeous coastal drives. Tick this destination off your bucket list while enjoying the view from your front porch, which boasts otherworldly vistas of the volcanic scenery with black lava fields as far as you can see. It also features a utilitarian kitchen, hot shower, comfy couch and lofted bedroom with a queen-size bed.
Packing a lot of amenities in its 400 square feet of living space, this Florida home is located in America’s oldest city, St. Augustine. Within walking distance of town, this colorful space features shiplap walls, a flat-screen TV, fully stocked kitchen and French doors that open out to the back yard. Soak up the sunshine in the hammock, enjoy a picnic on the patio table or rent a bike and explore the area on two wheels. Your four-legged friends are even welcome for a small fee.
Get off the grid at this tiny home in Red Cliff, Colorado, nestled in the Rocky Mountains just 25 minutes from Vail and 10 minutes from Ski Cooper. Solar electricity helps give this tiny space its modern amenities, including TV, internet and hot water after a long day of sightseeing. Sitting on 30 acres of land surrounded by national forest, it offers a secluded spot to sit and enjoy the view from the front porch while grilling up a meal on the barbecue.
If you’re craving a mountain escape, head to this tiny home just 24 miles from Grand Teton National Park. Boasting Mid-Century modern appliances and waterproof vinyl flooring, this modern home also has a twin-size pullout bed and two lofts with queen-size beds, allowing up to five guests to enjoy the space. The home sits next door to a beautiful park and is close to a grocery store and several restaurants.
Sitting on a small hill and facing a creek-wrought “canyon” area, this tiny farmhouse in Dripping Springs, Texas is a dream for nature lovers. Gaze out the big windows to admire the scenic ranch or enjoy a meal with your family on the farm tables on the inviting outdoor porch. It features a fully equipped kitchen with a Keurig coffee machine and 14-foot-tall ceilings, and is conveniently located near many breweries, distilleries and wineries as well as family-friendly attractions.
Located on Twig City Farm in Lebanon, Tennessee, this one-of-a-kind spaces offers a memorable experience with its “hillbilly chic” setting just outside the Impossible Forest. Built from milled cedar and hardwoods, it boasts a large patio, fire pit, picnic area and huge yard for up to four guests. Stretch your legs on the hiking trails that lead down to Old Hickory Lake, or take a day trip to downtown Nashville just 30 miles away.
You can fit up to five people comfortably in this colorful Apple Blossom Cottage, where you can take in the peaceful setting of the Green Mountains in Vermont. It’s got a long list of amenities, including Wi-Fi, a kitchenette with a Keurig machine, hot shower and front porch with a fire pit, while it’s easy to unplug from the rest of the world and the Airbnb’s collection of board games, card games and books. In summer, you might even see the bloom of lilacs from the front porch.