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Tiny house rentals offer wonderful opportunities to get back to basics and enjoy life’s simple pleasures without the hassle of having so much stuff around. While some people love living in them full-time, tiny houses are better rental options for many others. Washington State has lots of tiny house rentals to choose from, so this is an ideal place to start learning about the lifestyle. Here are some of the best tiny house vacation rentals in Washington State right now.
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This adorable tiny house is popular on Airbnb and sleeps up to three people inside. It has a kitchen with basic cooking essentials, a TV with Netflix and a DVD player, an outdoor patio, a fire pit, a BBQ, and other fun perks. On the island, there is a store at the ferry landing and also a resort that sells some supplies on the north tip of the island. This tiny house was finished in June 2015 and features artisan and craftsman items inside. You’ll enjoy biking, hiking, and walking along the beaches when you stay here. Internet is available here but is often slow and cuts out intermittently. Guemes is home to around 650 full-time residents year-round and offers a fun island vibe for your getaway.
Available to rent on Vrbo, this tiny house is 400 square feet and sleeps up to four people. It has two bedrooms – one on the main floor and the other in a loft. It’s on a private waterfront property and just minutes from Wenatchee in sunny eastern Washington. This area has lots of outdoor recreation opportunities available in the Wenatchee Valley. The kitchen has full-size appliances, the bedroom has a queen-size bed, the bathroom has a stand-up shower, and there is Wi-Fi available. Dogs are welcome on the property but not inside the tiny home. The host provides a canoe for guests to use, but make sure to bring your own life jackets.
Book this 244-square-foot tiny house on Vrbo and enjoy a lovely setting on 10 wooded acres. It’s a great spot for couples and is located 15 minutes to Cle Elum and Blewett Pass. The custom-built tiny home was constructed in 2019 and has electricity and water. The home has a kitchen with all the essentials, dining area, great room, full-size bathroom, sleeping loft, outdoor table and chairs, and more. The hosts live up the hill from the tiny house on this property. The bathroom has a composting toilet.
Airbnb guests rate this tiny home very highly, especially when they want to be near Mt. Rainier National Park. It’s in a small forested neighborhood and offers a queen-size bed, couch, full kitchen, full bathroom, outdoor patio, and air conditioning. It’s near the river and surrounded by trees. Other offerings inside are laundry machines, board games, and recommendations for hikes and food in the area.
You’ll enjoy this cute 350-square-foot tiny house that has a kitchenette, full bath, and laundry machines. It is along the Clallam River off the Strait of Juan De Juca. It sleeps two or three people on a sofa bed and pull-out small pad sofa. The host provides a bottle of wine and microwave popcorn to enjoy, as well as movies, games, and puzzles. There is an outdoor deck that faces the water; however, there is no river access from the property. It’s not a suitable place for kids under 12 or pets.
Spanning about 135 square feet (plus a queen bed loft and additional storage loft), this Vrbo rental is a tiny house for two people. It has awesome views of Puget Sound and is in a quiet Tacoma neighborhood. It has an entrance and deck separate from the owners’ house down below. There is air conditioning inside, as well as a deck with a gas BBQ. The tiny home also has a bathroom with amenities provided, a kitchen with all the basics, a TV/DVD combo, and even camping gear kit available to rent.
Here’s a 250-square-foot tiny house that’s a great home base for a weekend of adventuring. It has a covered deck, lots of trees surrounding it, and a private hot tub to take a dip and relax. Other perks of staying here are the quality sheets and towels provided, en-suite gas fireplace, Wi-Fi, TV, and gas barbecue on the deck. The tiny house has a studio-size queen bedroom, kitchenette, and bathroom with a shower. With this booking, you’ll be just five miles from the Mt. Rainier National Park entrance and across the street from a pond.
You’ll be on a private 1/3-acre lot when you book this tiny home rental on Airbnb. It’s a riverfront cabin on the Skagit River and a 40-minute drive from I-5. The tiny home offers a full kitchen with appliances, a loft with two twin beds, a bedroom with a queen bed, and a full bathroom. It has Wi-Fi but no cable TV. It’s nice to stay here and enjoy the calming sounds of the river while sitting on the deck outside.
Here’s a quaint 400-square-foot tiny home that has a private pond and partial view of the Olympic Mountains. It is a tranquil cottage that has a porch for lounging. It’s ideal for two people but can sleep up to five guests. The tiny house comes with wood for the stove, linens, and towels. It also has a full kitchen with everything you need to prepare meals. The loft is accessible via a ladder and has a memory foam queen bed and a single mattress. Port Angeles, Sequim, and the ferry to Victoria, B.C. is about 10 minutes away. Lots of hiking in the area are within 20 minutes away.
For two people, this is a fun tiny house on a 46-acre agroforestry farm. It has a double-size bed, propane stovetop, outhouse, hand-pump well, and about 200 square feet of space. The property has a swimming creek and hiking trails. It is an off-grid tiny house with no electricity or running water. So, book this Airbnb for a rugged and beautiful experience where you can enjoy some peace and quiet. There is a shared outdoor kitchen that guests can use. With this tiny house rental, you can learn about sustainable food and permaculture while you enjoy a setting in the foothills of the Cascade Mountains.
Whidbey Island is a fun place to rent a tiny house, such as this one located on five private acres. It’s a 730-square-foot cabin that sleeps four people and has one bedroom and one bathroom. The charming home features original artwork, a spiral staircase, front porch, side patio, loft bedroom, and kitchenette. When you’re here, it’s fun to spend your day boating, fishing, hiking, and sightseeing in the nearby historic towns. There is DSL Wi-Fi and a landline phone here. It’s a serene place to be with wildlife around and lots to do nearby, such as art galleries, restaurants, and hiking.
The Owl’s Nest is a tiny house for two people that’s available to rent on Airbnb. It’s in an island setting and a charming place to be with amazing views of the water. It’s cozy inside and about a 15-minute walk to the beach. When you arrive, you can arrange to have a little welcome package inside with fun goodies. The interior has a kitchen, indoor fireplace, and Wi-Fi. Book this tiny house to be situated in the woods and just a short walk from a beach and local winery.
Get a taste of the farm life when you stay in this tiny home in the Snoqualmie Valley. It’s a simple and comfortable tiny house where you can bike the Snoqualmie Trail to downtown Duvall, visit the river, and walk along the fields. Nearby Duvall has a microbrewery, restaurants, bars, bakery, ice cream shop, and antiques to check out. The interior has a sleeping loft with a queen-size bed, full shower, RV-style toilet, sauna for two, picnic table, and TV with DVD player. There is cell service here but no Wi-Fi.
Guests can explore the Olympic Peninsula when they stay at this lovely tiny house that is close to the city but also surrounded by nature. It is within 30 minutes of the beaches at Olympic National Park. The interior offers a queen bed, a large bathroom, and a kitchenette. You’ll be on a farm here with animals on site. Up to three people can stay here, and pets are allowed too.
With 130 square feet of space, this tiny house has a high ceiling and lots of windows to make it feel bigger than it really is. You’ll have access to the beach and kayaks when you stay here and also get to enjoy the outdoor soaking tub while looking up at the stars. The house measures 16 feet by eight feet and has a pull-down Murphy bed that’s queen-size. It also has a pull-up table, kitchen countertop, bathroom with toilet and shower, and fiber optic internet. Book this Airbnb tiny house to be in a quiet neighborhood and surrounded by nature.