It combines the experience of living and design in a very small space: seven exceptional and natural accommodations where little is more.
Nature Max’s Room, Bavaria
Self-sufficient, ecological, eye-catching: this is the Max, Tiny House and overnight stay at the Büffelhof Beuerbach in Upper Bavaria. Max’s interior offers a blend of Scandinavian design and Bavarian comfort, with a king-size bed, kitchen, bathroom and lounge. PV modules on the roof provide electricity and heat – inside there is a small wood-burning stove as a backup. And for water treatment, the indoor green sewage treatment plant is used.
“Max is now completely independent in our orchard,” writes the operator. Water buffaloes graze nearby. If you’re looking for human contact, you’ll find it in the courtyard with a restaurant and booze.
Stone house in Bury, France
Idyll also prevails over Mont Mézenc, in the center of the French Massif. The Little House appears to have originated from a book by the Brothers Grimm – or Schlumpfhausen. Up to three guests can be accommodated in a beautiful stone house with a thatched roof, although the living area of \u200b\u200b25 square meters should be more comfortable for two people. A wood stove provides warmth in the dwelling at an altitude of 1350 meters above sea level. The furnished kitchen is equipped with a fridge, oven, toaster and co. for all needs, a steep staircase leads to the bedroom upstairs. The nearby Monts d’Ardèche Nature Park is ideal for excursions.
Hermitage of Cruise, Ireland
The Tiny House in Ardcath, a village in the Drogheda catchment area on Ireland’s east coast, is built entirely of stone. The “Hermitage of the Crows,” as the two-story property has been translated, offers space for two and is often reserved for honeymooners thanks to its luxurious interior. In addition to the bedroom, kitchen and bathroom, there is plenty of space for relaxation. A wood-burning stove provides warmth in the hermitage, and nearby Dublin and the Boyne Valley are ideal destinations for a day out with a mix of nature, culture and cuisine.
Zeppelin in Dreamnen, Scotland
If you weren’t on solid ground in the Scottish Highlands, an airship would actually be more like an airship than a small house. However, the aluminum housing with an unusual design provides all the needed amenities – and a little more. On the one hand, there is a view of the Mill Sound, the waterway that separates the island of the same name from the Scottish mainland. At night, the starry sky seems close enough to touch in this secluded area – and can be admired easily from bed. The owners describe their property as “comfortable, quaint and wonderful” – and guests care about it.
ShangriLaLa Getaway, California
The construction almost turns into an afterthought – it’s in the middle of a little wild paradise of trees and flowers, including a view of the nearby valley. It is understood that the bathroom is not inside but outside in the private garden. The luxurious two-storey house, furnished with cedar and bamboo, and space for two guests, offers everything your heart desires. Even a storable workstation if needed. A sun lounger or a covered yoga platform is most recommended. We are in California after all!
Graystone Pure Pod, New Zealand
The starry sky is the main theme in this tiny house, above Greystone Winery in New Zealand’s Waipara Valley. The build is called Pure Pod. The tiny house is actually nothing more than a shell – as the translation says – because the facade is mainly made of glass on all sides. Living in this ecological glass cabin, the creators write on the website, they want to bring guests closer to “pure” New Zealand, to ignite a love of nature.
Inside, simple luxury reigns with everything involved, including bed, bathroom, and cooking facilities. The secluded location guarantees privacy. Depending on the season, you can watch the workers in the grape-growing area from afar, otherwise you will be completely alone. Except, of course, the millions of stars that twinkle through the glass ceiling. Pure Pods are available in six other locations in New Zealand.
Casa Tiny, Mexico
Host Claudio’s Casa Tiny is located on the Pacific coast, not far from Puerto Escondido. The architectural attraction, made entirely of concrete, is two storeys open and surrounded by greenery. Mexican shack offers everything you need for a few days of simple living – plus a pizza oven. Indulge in the lightness of being in the pool or in the hammock, surrounded by unspoiled nature and far from any civilization. The property is located 200 meters from the sea, its path passes through the forest to the private beach.
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