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If you’ve watched the tiny house shows on TV and wondered what it would be like to live in one, you’re in luck! There are lots of tiny houses that you can rent for a night or even longer to get a taste of what living tiny is like. You can find tiny houses all over the U.S., including ones along the East Coast and the Mid-Atlantic area. To inspire your curiosity and to give minimalism a try, here are the best tiny house rentals in Pennsylvania.
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One of the most popular tiny houses in Pennsylvania is called the Perch, which is located on an outcrop overlooking the Conewago Mountains. It’s well-suited for two people looking for a relaxing getaway. Guests enjoy the cozy hammock, complimentary kayaks, complimentary bikes, and fire pit here. The tiny home is on a 10-acre property that’s within walking distance of Pinchot State Park. It’s about 45 minutes from Hershey and Gettysburg. The owners live on the property too, and the driveway is shared. However, the tiny house has its own full bath with a flushing toilet, shower, and hot water. Other perks are the queen-size bed, dedicated workspace, and Wi-Fi. Pets are not allowed here.
The Eagles Nest is a tiny home that can sleep up to four people and has two bedrooms and one bath. One bedroom has a queen-size bed and the other has a double bed. The tiny home offers a kitchen, dedicated workspace, free parking, heating, and air conditioning. It’s in a quaint and quiet setting and an adorable tiny house that has everything you need to be comfortable. Sit back and relax as you enjoy the views of the countryside.
Here’s a cute tiny house for two people that is 10 minutes from downtown Gettysburg. You’ll also be close to great wineries and have a hot tub to use for an additional fee. The Apple Blossom Cottage is located on 30 acres of private land with wildlife and horses. It is 550 square feet in size and has a queen-size bed, kitchen, and full bathroom. You’ll also have your very own pond here, as well as a fire pit, TV, Wi-Fi, and other amenities. This is a great spot for a couple’s wine-themed getaway since it’s in the middle of three vineyards.
We also love this tiny house for a glamping adventure in Pennsylvania. It sleeps four people and is on 140 acres of farmland and forests. You’ll be about 45 minutes south of Pittsburgh here. The tiny home comes with a kitchen that has everything you need to prepare meals. It has a fold-out sofa in the living room and a queen-size bed in the sleeping loft. You’ll also have a full bathroom inside the tiny house, and the host provides some breakfast items for you to help yourselves to. The shed has bikes, toys, and games to use. It’s a totally off-grid tiny house that is 100% solar-powered, with a compost toilet and running water from the cistern.
Up to seven people can stay in this tiny house that is on a spring-fed creek in Amish Country. It has a full kitchen, living room, dining room, master bedroom, and sleeping loft. Wi-Fi is available, or you can choose to be off-the-grid. After all, this is a Zen escape with slow internet speed and no TV. This is a place to get out into the national forest, read books, and enjoy an eco-friendly environment. Come here for a charming escape with lots of outdoor spaces, including a fire ring, grilling area, and picnic tables. Sleeping arrangements include a queen-size bed, double bed, bunk bed, and two-floor mattresses. There are two bikes here that guests are welcome to use.
Pennsylvania travelers adore this tiny house for two guests that is in the foothills of the Blue Mountains. It provides easy access to highways but is still an ideal spot for a country vacation. You’ll be near open fields and just a few other homes with a local general store nearby. It measures 150 square feet and has a loft bedroom, full bathroom with shower, kitchenette, free Wi-Fi, HDTV, and couch. It is not a suitable space for kids under 12 or anyone over 6’4” tall. From here, it’s easy to walk to Leaser Lake State Park and enjoy the water recreation here.
With 240 square feet of space, you can rent this Vrbo tiny house that accommodates four people. It has a kitchen, bedroom, and full bath, as well as an outside deck and a new outside shower area. This is a rustic and romantic tiny house that sleeps two people in a loft and two on a sleeper sofa. It has running water on site, electricity, and Wi-Fi. The bathroom is a port-a-john, and the shower is in a separate hut. Inside the tiny house is a mini-fridge, coffee maker, and other kitchen appliances. Basic Wi-Fi and HDTV are provided too. You’ll be on 17.5+ acres of private campground property here and bordering the Appalachian Trail. Pets are allowed here with owner approval and a cleaning fee.
This cute and compact tiny house is a one-room cabin with a queen-size bed. It sleeps two people and has a separate bathhouse and shower a few steps away. The host provides a kayak and canoe for you to use and enjoy on this lakefront property. Phone service is limited, and there is no Wi-Fi or cable. It’s an efficient clean, and comfortable spot down a dirt/gravel country lane for your little lake-themed getaway.
Here’s a Shippensburg, Pennsylvania tiny house that works well for two people. This is a great getaway for two adults, but it’s not suitable for kids under 12 and doesn’t allow pets. The bedroom in the tiny house has a king-size bed. Other amenities are a kitchen, dedicated workspace, indoor fireplace, free parking, and iron. Come here to really get away without disturbances and disconnect from technology. It’s a lovely place in the woods that feels secluded but isn’t far from town services that you might need.
Enjoy the woods of Central Pennsylvania when you book this tiny house for your adventure. It’s about 1,000 feet from the creek and near hunting, hiking, and kayaking. Make sure to bring your own bedding and towels. The kitchen has basics for preparing meals, and the bathroom has a tub shower, sink, and composting toilet. There’s a gas grill outside, as well as a campfire ring and picnic table. Wi-Fi is available but spotty, and so is cell phone service. For your comfort, there are heaters, fans, a window A/C unit, and an electric fireplace.
This Vrbo tiny house rental is 150 square feet in size and sleeps just two people. It has a private entrance and brick patio, as well as a loft bedroom that looks out over the gardens and lake. This well-appointed tiny house has a lounge area with a TV, kitchenette with appliances, and stairs for access to the sleeping loft. It is best for guests under 6’3” in height. There’s an additional rental house on the same property if you have additional guests.
Available for rent on Vrbo, this Pennsylvania tiny house is 450 square feet in total – that’s 16 feet by 16 feet in size. It’s two stories tall with a bedroom and office up a spiral staircase. It’s fully furnished with Wi-Fi, TV, laundry machines, air conditioning, and a hot tub on the deck. You’ll be on three acres of land with a creek below and great views. Pets are welcome with an additional fee.
You’ll love staying at this alpaca farm in a tiny house that’s 20 feet by 12 feet in size. It has electricity, a portable toilet available outside, and opportunities to meet the farm animals. There are also geese, goats, kittens, and ducks here. This tiny house does not have a bathroom, shower, or running water inside. It’s a simple and cozy space with heaters for the winter and a pitcher and basin for washing up. Feel free to roam around the property and head over to Allegheny State Park to go hiking when you’re here.
You can book this tiny house on Vrbo for your next Pennsylvania getaway. It sleeps four people and is about eight miles from Ricketts Glen State Park. With this rental, you’ll get a queen-size bed, futon, bathroom with a full-size shower, heating and cooling, and a microwave. There’s a campfire ring outside, and coffee, milk, and snacks are also provided by the host. Plates, silverware, and a Keurig coffee maker are also provided. Children are welcome here but pets are not allowed.
For a quaint tiny house with a retro vibe, consider this cabin by Pymatuning Lake State Park. It is a great place to be for boating, swimming, hiking, kayaking, and canoeing. It’s one of several tiny houses onsite and a cozy spot for two people who want to be near the beach, outdoor recreation, and other travelers. Mortal Keys Brewery and Amish restaurants are also in the area to check out. It’s also a very affordable tiny house and one that offers Wi-Fi, air conditioning, heating, and easy parking.
There’s a great tiny house for rent at Whitewater Farm where you can enjoy a relaxing stay in Pennsylvania. It’s on a 156-acre farm between the owner’s house and garage, and the owner has a couple of other Airbnb rentals on the property too. This tiny house features a front porch, double-size sleeper sofa, and sleeping loft with a queen-size bed. It can sleep four people and has electricity but no plumbing or running water, so the kitchen and bathroom are separate. Wi-Fi is available but spotty out here in the country. Pets are not allowed here because there are free-range animals onsite.
This highly-rated Airbnb tiny house is right on the bank of Penn’s Creek and tucked away in the country. It sleeps two people and has a king-size bed. You can fish right off the deck. There’s another rental property onsite called the Gingerbread House. Guests can use the host’s kayaks and canoes while they are here. Other perks are the secluded swing cove, fire ring with wood available, an indoor fireplace, Wi-Fi, kitchen, and dedicated workspace.