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Tiny houses are becoming a new way of living for so many, it’s not surprising that there are lots available for rent in Georgia and beyond. The shift to adopt to a more minimalist lifestyle while reducing their carbon footprint is a growing trend that isn’t going away soon. If you want to try it out, spending your next vacation in a tiny house is a great way to do it, or simply enjoy a fun, unique and memorable stay, particularly when booking one of these top options.
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Located at the base of Lookout Mountain, this contemporary tiny home has a farm-like feel, set on a property with chickens and goats, just 20 minutes from downtown Chattanooga, perfect for taking advantage of the many area attractions from city delights to outdoor adventure. Ideal for a couple, it boasts spectacular panoramic views of the mountain and surrounding valley that can be enjoyed from your own private hot tub before cozying up to the fire pit under the stars. The inside feels more spacious than it is thanks to the layout and it comes complete with a kitchen that has a portable induction stovetop and an extra-large toaster oven. You’ll have access to high-speed internet and streaming too.
Nestled in the woods in horse farm country near Woodstock and Alpharetta, this tiny Scandinavian-inspired tiny home boasts a wall of windows showcasing the greenery, along with plenty of privacy and seclusion. While you’ll be close to the city, you’ll also have easy access to scenic trails for hiking, lakes, rivers, and parks. It has an outdoor patio, fire pit, and two-person hammock along with Wi-Fi and a kitchen that includes a two-burner range, microwave, toaster oven, refrigerator, and coffee maker.
Located on the wooded West Brow of Lookout Mountain, this tiny timber-frame home offers magnificent mountaintop views less than a half-hour’s drive from Chattanooga, just minutes from restaurants and local attractions. While it comes with Wi-Fi, it’s the perfect place to unplug and escape, enjoying the simplicities of life in a luxurious loft for two, complete with a skylight for staring up at the stars. Clean, comfy, and both heat and a/c are included too.
The perfect spot for a small family, this is one where you’ll definitely want to bring the kids. Not only is it close to Six Flags, but it comes with an incredible retro arcade with over 40 games that are all free to play. There’s also a 32″ Smart TV with free Hulu, Netflix, Amazon Prime and local Atlanta channels. The kitchen includes a Keurig coffeemaker with various coffees supplied, a microwave, and a fridge with complimentary water, soda and other drinks. The friendly and hospitable host also provides a large bowl with all types of snacks.
One of the most unique tiny houses can be found just a few minutes from picturesque Lake Oconee. The Tiny Firehouse has become famous, featured on HGTV, TODAY, The Rachel Ray Show, and DIY Network, just to name a few. It even comes with a slide pole!
Enjoy a lake getaway in this little red brick cabin nestled in a cove on Lake Rabun. It includes two bedrooms, one with a queen bed and the other with a bunk, along with all sorts of luxurious perks. Highlights include a sundeck with gorgeous views, paddleboards, a sunken cedar hot tub, a fire table, and an outdoor rain shower. When you’re inside you can take in the views from 20-foot floor-to-ceiling windows and enjoy all the comforts of home like a kitchen, washer/dryer, Wi-Fi, and TV.
A two-person couples’ retreat, this beautiful tiny house sits right along a stream and includes a swing that overlooks the water. Let stress melt away as you relax with a peaceful scene with the waterwheel turning and the cascades spilling down the falls. There’s a lake at the back of the property and you’ll have a fire pit with wood available for purchase too. A full kitchen, cable TV, and Wi-Fi are all included.
Enjoy total bliss at this tiny mountaintop cabin that sits on a property with a creek. It’s just a short drive to downtown Blue Ridge, shopping, dining, wineries and breweries hiking trails, a lake, and fishing. While it may be tiny, it’s jam-packed with amenities, including a full-sized kitchen, a Smart TV with Netflix and Chromecast, Wi-Fi, and an electric fireplace. Outside, enjoy unwinding around the fire pit or just hanging out on the porch enjoying the beautiful mountain views. Plus you can feel better about your stay as the home is eco-friendly, custom-built using recycled wood and other repurposed materials.
Kotsu is a whimsical minature home that sits above serene Lookout Valley. It was inspired by Japanese-inclusive designs with an intentional flow meant for resting and recharging your batteries. It includes shou sugi ban front doors, a full kitchen, living area, and powder room on the main level, with a covered exterior set of stairs leading down a bedroom with a queen bed and large master bath. As it sits on the west side of the mountain, it’s fabulous for a romantic evening watching the sunset.
An animal lover’s delight, this tiny home can accommodate up to five and comes with a huge wrap-around balcony where you can watch birds and dolphins. It sits on a 3-acre property with chickens, roosters, miniature horses, miniature dwarf goats, alpacas, dogs, and cats – you can even fish for trout, catch shrimp, and blue crabs right from the backyard. Plus it comes with complimentary kayaks and life jackets. Wake up to beautiful sunrises right from bed and enjoy all the essentials and perks like a kitchen, cable TV, and Wi-Fi.
Located on a four-acre horse farm, this tiny house is ideal for solo travelers and couples looking for an active vacation and a peaceful spot to return to at the end of the day. Two complimentary single-person kayaks and life vests are provided that are ideal for exploring the 600-mile Lake Lanier shoreline along with two bicycles, helmets and a car rack. Inside, you’ll have a living area with a TV for live channel watching, Netflix, and Hulu, along with a kitchen that includes a coffeemaker with coffee, sugar creamer and sweetener supplied. There’s a gas grill on the deck for cookouts too.
Located in Georgia wine country, enjoy a tiny treehouse stay that’s ideal for wine enthusiasts, outdoor adventurers, and anyone seeking a tranquil retreat. Accommodating up to four, it sits on a 9-acre property that includes a fishing pond with a canoe, hiking trails, and many fabulous amenities. Enjoy relaxing in the soaking tub while watching the sun go down over the Blueridge Mountains, an outdoor shower, and cozying up to the fire pit. You’ll have all the modern comforts too, including a kitchen, TV, and Wi-Fi, although the host notes it can be spotty and cell service is limited, making it best for a stay when you can unplug for a while.
Immerse yourself in nature at this tiny home/art studio with a “musical” tin roof and plenty of modern comforts. A simple space designed to calm, it offers a peaceful escape with Boho elegance. A waterfall sets the soundtrack for relaxing on the deck, which also includes a propane grill for cookouts. You’ll have an outdoor fireplace to gather around under a brilliant night’s sky and a heated bathhouse with a shower and toilet that’s just 25 steps away. It’s ideal for two, a small family can be accommodated with a comfy goose-down filled couch for a child and a queen bed for the adults.
Nestled in the Appalachian Mountains on a 6-acre property with old-growth forest bordered by 900 feet of Clear Creek, you’ll be surrounded by lush scenery by booking this tiny two-bedroom home. Relax on the covered porch enjoying the sights and sounds of the rushing trout stream, pileated woodpeckers, crickets, frogs and lake loons while watching for deer and the occasional blue heron. It comes with tubes for floating on the water, a wood-burning fireplace and all the comforts like a kitchen, Wi-Fi, and satellite TV.
This tiny house is also a shipping container home, located on a bluff providing gorgeous Lookout Mountain views. While it’s ideal for two, up to four can stay here with a loft that has an additional folding queen bed. What makes it even more unique, is that the cargo container’s roofline mimics the hang gliders that pass from the hang gliding park nearby There is no Wi-Fi or TV, so you can forget about the real world for a while and just enjoy the views, but you’ll be close to both Chattanooga and Cloudland Canyon Park when you want to head out. It includes a fire pit, a kitchen with a convection microwave for baking and induction cooktop as well as a full-size fridge, cookware, etc.