Last Updated September 15, 2021 9/15/2021

Top 15 Tiny House Vacation Rentals in Arizona

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The tiny house lifestyle is more popular than ever in many places around the world, which means you have opportunities to try it out whenever you travel. For example, there are lots of tiny houses throughout the state of Arizona, which is a fun option for glamping while you check out the desert, forests, and interesting cities. From quirky ghost towns to amazing natural wonders, there are so many things to do in Arizona. So to guide your next trip in the Southwest, here are the best tiny house vacation rentals in Arizona.

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Sedona's Open Heart Tiny Glamping Cabin, Sedona
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You'll love this home base for glamping

Sedona's Open Heart Tiny Glamping Cabin, Sedona

The popular Sedona area of Arizona is even more fun to visit when you stay in a tiny house. This glamping cabin sleeps two people and is on a shared piece of property. It’s next door to a three-bed, two-bath A-frame home. This tiny home features a queen-size bed, Wi-Fi, air conditioning, and an amazing location with breathtaking views. The bathroom is shared with another tiny cabin on the property and behind the living space. It’s in the Mountainside residential neighborhood and has hiking trails nearby.

Tarzan's Hideaway, Cane Beds
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Colorful Tarzan's Hideaway

Tarzan's Hideaway, Cane Beds

We love this colorful tiny house that’s in a rural community at the base of a mountain. It has Wi-Fi and is in a great location to access hiking in the nearby parks. Zion is about an hour away, and the north rim of the Grand Canyon is about two hours away. Tarzan’s Hideaway offers a small kitchen and upstairs loft. In the “Fairy House,” there’s a private patio, hammocks, firepit, BBQ, and table, which is a perfect spot for stargazing. There’s also a greenhouse here where you can pick seasonal produce.

Ayda's Casita, Tucson
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Soak up a desert sunset right here

Ayda's Casita, Tucson

It’s fun to visit the Tucson area and stay in a tiny house, such as this one, for a unique experience. This bright yellow home is in rural eastern Tucson in the Tanque Verde Valley. You’ll have great desert and mountain views and be within five minutes of trails. The home comes with a kitchenette, queen-size bed, bathroom with shower, heat, and A/C. It’s on 3.3 acres of land that you can explore while staying here. There are discounts for weekly and monthly stays. Pets are allowed here.

Tiny House Mountain Haven, Patagonia
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How cute is this tiny house setting?

Tiny House Mountain Haven, Patagonia

One or two people can stay in this adorable tiny house that has one bedroom and one bath. It’s a cozy space in a remote arroyo that’s close to the mountain pueblo of Patagonia, Arizona. You’ll have all the comforts of home here and easy access to nature. The bedroom inside has a double-size bed. The interior also features a kitchen, air conditioning, Wi-Fi, and TV. The outside space has a backyard to enjoy, as well as a fire pit and patio. Guests will enjoy this unique experience in a tiny space that has trails connected to the property.

Tombstone Silver Nickel Cabin, Tombstone
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Fresh air and open space for your stay

Tombstone Silver Nickel Cabin, Tombstone

Located on a ranch road just a couple miles north of Tombstone, Ariz., you’ll find the Tombstone Silver Nickel Cabin, which is a tiny house that can sleep up to four people. It is a fully furnished studio space with a queen-size bed, queen-size futon, full kitchen, bathroom with shower, air conditioning, and electric heat. The tiny house also offers cell phone coverage, Wi-Fi, and TV. You’ll be on five private acres of desert here for a peaceful stay. This is a pet-friendly rental that does not charge any pet fees, but just pick up after your pet. Things to do in Tombstone include exploring historic sites, rock climbing, and cycling.

Windfeather Resort/Moon Dance Tiny Home, Tucson
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Two guests will love this tiny space

Windfeather Resort/Moon Dance Tiny Home, Tucson

Another great Tucson option if you’re interested in the tiny house lifestyle is this Airbnb rental. It is a highly rated vacation rental with one bedroom and one bathroom to accommodate two people. The home has a kitchen, laundry machines, king-size bed, and covered patio. There’s a shared pool and hot tub here, as well as outdoor games that are shared with the other rental home on the property. Other perks of staying here are the TV, A/C, and heater. You’ll be close to Arizona state parks as well as national parks when you stay here for recreation.

Tiny Cabin on the Peaks, Flagstaff
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A nature retreat getaway near hiking

Tiny Cabin on the Peaks, Flagstaff

For your stay in Flagstaff, consider this tiny house for up to four people. It has two bedrooms and one bath with lots of hiking and wildlife nearby. Book this tiny house for a rural, off-grid adventure. It’s about 25 minutes north of Flagstaff so you’ll enjoy all the fresh mountain air at 8,300 feet elevation. The home is solar-powered and has hot water, a full kitchen, full bath, and dining area. The outside space has a dining area and tree swing. It’s a private and serene place to stay because it’s located on a 40-acre private meadow. A toddler bed is available here for families too.

Tiny Home in the White Mountains of Arizona, Pinetop-Lakeside
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A porch to relax outside your tiny house

Tiny Home in the White Mountains of Arizona, Pinetop-Lakeside

Available to rent on Vrbo, this property sleeps four people and has two bedrooms and two baths. The guest casita can be rented out too for an extra fee. You’ll be close to hiking, biking, and horseback riding in the mountains here. It’s a dog-friendly property with a fenced in area and there is a pet fee that will apply. The outside area has a charcoal grill and firepit.

Perfect Tiny House Getaway, Tonto Basin
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A tiny getaway near the lake

Perfect Tiny House Getaway, Tonto Basin

Here’s a 380-square-foot cabin for rent on Vrbo that sleeps two people in Arizona. It’s 10 minutes from Roosevelt Lake and on nearly an acre of land. The home can also work for two adults and two small children because the couch folds out to become a double-size bed. With this rental, you’ll have a full bathroom and laundry machines. Bass fishermen and sportsmen enjoy this tiny house rental because of the location.

Bright Spot, Bisbee
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Sun and shade overlooking the canyon

Bright Spot, Bisbee

Bright Spot is a tiny house/studio loft that’s been totally remodeled. It works well for two people and has a queen-size bed, large deck that overlooks Tombstone Canyon, and small kitchen. The home also has Wi-Fi and a dedicated parking area. This is a great place to be to explore the Bisbee area because it feels private but yet not too secluded. It’s in a quiet residential neighborhood at the end of a lane.

Cozy Tiny House on 40-Acre Ranch, Williams
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Two stories in this tiny house and plenty of windows

Cozy Tiny House on 40-Acre Ranch, Williams

You can stay on 40 acres of peaceful land when you book this tiny house on Airbnb. It’s in northern Arizona near the Grand Canyon and a nice place to stay after hiking and visiting the local attractions. The tiny house has Wi-Fi and the interior features a kitchen, loft bedroom, and solar power. Guests can also make use of the covered patio and gas BBQ here. It’s a great spot for two people and has a queen-size bed in the bedroom.

Grand Canyon Getaway Tiny House, Williams
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Secluded and off-grid for your glamping trip

Grand Canyon Getaway Tiny House, Williams

This Grand Canyon getaway spot is 168 square feet in size and nestled in the trees. It’s a cute tiny house for an off-grid glamping experience and is 35 minutes from the south rim of the Grand Canyon. It’s on over 30 acres of land to give you a private and secluded setting. The home runs on 100 percent solar energy, and running water is turned off between November and April. However, there’s a bath house with an instant hot water heater shower that you can use during this time.

Tiny Mountain View Sauna Cabin in the Coconino National Forest, Flagstaff
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Walk up these stairs to your very own tiny house

Tiny Mountain View Sauna Cabin in the Coconino National Forest, Flagstaff

Explore the Coconino National Forest and other unique things to do in Flagstaff with this tiny house as your home base for a big adventure. It sleeps four people and is 360 square feet in size. The Vrbo rental cabin is dog-friendly and just 10 minutes from historic downtown Flagstaff. You’ll be in a rustic, small space inside and have a Finnish barrel wet/dry sauna, horseshoes, BBQ grill, and three complimentary mountain bikes to use outside. Come here to immerse yourself and disconnect because there is no cable TV or internet. However, there is cell phone reception. Well-behaved dogs are welcome here.

Tiny Home for Four by the White Mountains, Eagar
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Grill out some burgers and relax outside here

Tiny Home for Four by the White Mountains, Eagar

This 360-square-foot tiny house is available on Vrbo and sleeps four people. It has one bedroom, two beds, and a full bath. It’s a unique cabin with a queen-size bed, TVs, kitchen, and back patio. The single-story home also has free Wi-Fi. The space is ideal for a couple or small family because there are lots of outdoor recreation opportunities nearby, as well as local museums and attractions.

1950 Spartan Mansion - Deluxe Vintage Trailer, Flagstaff
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Imagine yourself spending an evening here

1950 Spartan Mansion - Deluxe Vintage Trailer, Flagstaff

Vintage trailers can also serve as tiny houses, especially when they are a destination themselves just as much as a stop-over point. This trailer rental is available on Airbnb and comes with free breakfast from the host’s hobby farm. There is another trailer onsite too on this five-acre ranch property. The host lives just down the hill, and there are goats and chickens living onsite. You’ll be just two miles from shops and restaurants when you stay here but also feel like you’re out in the country. Sedona, the Grand Canyon, and Oak Creek Canyon can make fun day trips from here.

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