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9 tiny homes you can rent right now

Take a tiny living vacation

The backyard of a tiny home in Seattle. There is grass, a table and chairs. The house has a gray exterior with a wooden door.
A backyard tiny home available for rent in Seattle, Washington.
Via Airbnb

Editor's Note: This post was originally published in September 2016 and has been updated with the most recent information.

The tiny home craze has had a fortuitous consequence for travelers: It’s now easier than ever to rent a tiny house for your next adventure. That’s good news for anyone looking for reasonably priced lodging while on vacation, and a good test if you want to try tiny living on for size.

But even if you’ve decided that micro living isn’t a fit in the long haul, renting a cute 250-square-foot tiny home can provide a great story and loads of memories—even if you want to bring the kids along.

That being said, it’s not always easy to find a tiny home near you. While new tiny home hotels—also called villages—are popping up every month, you’ll likely have more options if you choose an individual tiny house. With stocked kitchens, workable bathrooms, and even micro living rooms, tiny home vacation rentals offer tons of amenities.

Yes, you’ll have to sacrifice a bit of space compared to other options, but you’ll also be saving some money; the most expensive tiny home on our list is only $130 per night. From a tiny cottage in New York to a minimalist stunner in Seattle, here are nine tiny homes available for rent right this second.

The exterior of a tiny home in Montana. There is a wooden door and stairs. The facade is metallic.
A 245-square-foot tiny home in Montana with access to fishing on Skalkaho Creek.
Via VRBO

A custom-built Montana tiny home

This tiny home in Montana may have only 245 square feet, but custom finishes and modular furniture make this vacation rental feel much more spacious. The kitchen comes with all of the amenities you need to cook, a full-size Murphy bed sleeps two, and you also get a bathroom that even has a tub. Rates start at $85 per night.

The exterior of a tiny home in Idaho. There is a wooden facade and a wooden deck with a table and chairs.
A shingled tiny home for rent in Idaho.
Via HomeAway

The "Garden Caravan" in Idaho

This light-filled tiny home made with recycled materials in Idaho sits in a beautiful 5-acre garden and can sleep two. The outdoor patio provides additional living space, while inside you’ll find a queen-size sleeping nook, RV appliances, a fully stocked kitchen, and and a bay window seat. Rates start at $72 per night.

The exterior of the Glass House in Hudson Valley. A large portion of the facade is glass along with wood. The house is surrounded by trees. There is snow on the ground.
The Glass House in New York’s Hudson Valley.
Courtesy of ESCAPE Homes

The Glass House tiny home in New York

Sitting on 30 acres of rolling hills just 90 minutes from Manhattan, the Glass House is made by ESCAPE Homes, one of the country's largest builders of travel-ready tiny homes. Powered by solar and just 180 square feet, the Glass House offers a queen-size bed, stainless-steel kitchen, full bath with a large tub and shower, and a dry-flush toilet. Rates start at $130 per night.

The backyard of a tiny home in Seattle. There is grass, a table and chairs. The house has a gray exterior with a wooden door.
A backyard tiny home in Seattle, Washington.
Via Airbnb

Seattle tiny home with rooftop patio

With room for three people on a queen bed and a twin bed, this backyard tiny house in Seattle offers heated floors, loads of windows, and a minimalist design. There’s also free on-street parking nearby and access to plenty of restaurants. Rates start at $100 per night.

The exterior of a tiny home in California. The facade is red and the roof is dark grey.
A modern tiny home in Oakland, California.
Via Airbnb

A designer tiny home in Oakland

This brand-new tiny home comes with the holy grail of all tiny home rentals: a king-size memory foam mattress. And that’s not all. Beyond the standard kitchen, bathroom, and micro living room, this tiny home also boasts a roof deck. We’re sold. Rates start at $73 per night.

The exterior of a tiny house in Florida. The facade is blue with white decorative details. There is a wooden deck. The house is near a body of water.
A lakefront tiny house in Orlando.
Via Airbnb

Lakefront tiny home in Orlando

Set in one of Florida’s largest tiny home communities, this rather heavenly rental sleeps four and offers easy lakeside access. Beyond the cute front porch, guests also have access to fishing poles, paddle boards, and a kayak. Rates start at $74 per night.

The exterior of a tiny house in Virginia. The facade is blue with white decorative details. There is a United States flag attached to the house.
A blue and white tiny house in Virginia.
Via Airbnb

A Tiny house in Damascus, Virginia

With just over 200 square feet and plenty of charm, this adorable tiny home is located right off the Creeper Trail, a popular mountain bike trail that was once a railway. The home offers a couch, kitchen supplies, and a private fenced yard. Rates start at $125 per night.

The exterior of a tiny house in New York. The facade is shingled with a wooden deck. There is a string of colorful flags hanging on the house.
A tiny home in Rosendale, New York.
Via All the Rooms

A quaint tiny house in New York

Described as an "off the grid" cabin, this tiny home rental comes equipped with a double bed and sleeping loft. Unlike many of the others, this rental has an outdoor toilet and shower that’s not available in the winter (guests can also use the main home’s bathroom). But the adorable front porch and forested surroundings make this tiny home a fair-weather winner. Rates start at $90 per night.

The exterior of a tiny house in Austin. The facade is black with a yellow door and a wooden deck.
A modern tiny home for rent in Austin.
Airbnb

A modern tiny home in Texas

With a swoonworthy design and room for two, this modern tiny home in Austin, Texas, has tons of natural light, an efficiency kitchen, and a great front porch. It's also well-located near everything Austin has to offer. Rates start at $85 per night on Airbnb.