We'll never tire of tiny homes — and of planning vacations around these cute accommodations for rent. (Think of these accommodations less as a micro home and more like a big hotel room that just happens to also be a standalone house.) If you end up loving the lifestyle from the rentals, we've also included a couple tiny homes that are looking for the right buyer.
If you looked up the definition for "enchanting," this tiny home should be pictured there. This 100-year-old garden cottage combines modern-day features (herringbone floors, a Jacuzzi) with a certain timeless beauty.
Escape up north to this delightful tiny home for two. Summer days are best spent on the porch, but there's always Fairbanks to explore — it has one of the most beautiful town squares in the country.
Set on 1.5 acres in Cococino National Forest, this A-frame home is definitely photogenic at any time of day (or night). It starred in an ad campaign for American Eagle Outfitters. There are three decks that expand the living space, which are also perfect for stargazing.
The tiny home concept is still relatively new to this state, but that doesn't mean you can't find pint-sized charm. It has cute touches like scalloped shingles and heart-shaped woodworking details on the porch. Of course, it's all about that fabulous view.
With its interesting roofline, this little mountain getaway looks as if it came from a storybook. Inside, there are two levels — the main kitchen/living space is on the bottom, with a sleeping loft at the top.
Thinking of investing in your own tiny home? You might want to check out this towable version. Compared to other real estate in the state, the two-bedroom tiny home is a bargain at $75,000.
This 165-square-foot tiny home is one town over from Bethany Beach, one of the most beautiful shore towns in Delaware. However, it's just as nice to stay in when the weather isn't too warm. That's because the tiny home was built on the grounds of a serene organic garden and farm.
If you're set on a tiny home vacation, definitely look into Florida. There were almost too many beautiful tiny options to choose from! This sweet cottage won us over with its quaint porch, palm trees and great location in the beautiful town of Saint Augustine. (The town also made our list of the most romantic towns to visit.)
Originally built in the late 1800's, this picturesque cottage is a real peach of a home. Surrounded by lovingly preserved old trees and old-fashioned sights (like a stone gazebo), the home makes a great getaway. Make sure to visit Serenbe, a planned community that's making waves for its beautifully designed homes, stunning shops and outdoor events.
We'd say you can live like a local in a cute cottage surrounded by lush plants and flowers, but really, it's more like living in heaven. This artist's retreat has everything you need to kick back, though you are a bit of a hike away from more famous attractions. It'll take about 40 minutes to get to Volcano National Park and 90 minutes for Mauna Kea visitor center, but the scenery will be worth it.
Seasonal fresh food is on offer at this environmentally-friendly cottage, situated on a working century farm.
A footbridge over a babbling brook takes you to this secluded 450-square-foot bungalow in the woods. It technically can house up to four people, thanks to a sofa bed (in addition to the main bed) but might be a little tight. However, there are full-size appliances — even a full-size washer/dryer combo.
Nicknamed the "Hearthside Cottage," this brick tiny home couldn't be more inviting. Its interior features antique and antique-inspired decor — an appropriate choice for a home located in a historic district.
This 250-square-foot tiny home happens to be one of the oldest in town. While there's only one room, the town's entertainment offerings are right outside your door. You're mere steps away from bars, restaurants, theaters, breweries and so much more.
Built atop an old hay wagon by a local carpenter, this tiny (and sustainable) cabin is nestled among cedar trees for the ultimate peaceful setting. Nights are best spent around the fire, or exploring nearby downtown Lawrence (20 minutes away).
This handsome cottage is another great choice for tiny house lovers that want to be in the center of it all. You're within walking distance to Bowling Green's historic downtown square, along with performing arts centers and a minor league baseball park.
This country-style studio invites you to kick back on the porch and enjoy the surrounding garden and pool view. All that's missing is a glass of sweet tea.
If you really, really, really want an escape from the world, you can't do better than this tiny home. The eco-retreat is the only development on a 480-acre peninsula of property.
Though most homes are either right in the city or in the country, a tiny patch of paradise can be found in the suburbs. This backyard guest house has all the comforts of home, plus an unexpected feature: An on-call concierge service. For a night out, you're a quick drive from the National Harbor, where you'll find everything from a casino to outlets.
Get away to the always-beautiful Cape Cod with this classic cedar shingled tiny home that's near the popular village of Hyannis. Your vacation can go high-end (fine dining, boating) or more casual (hiking and exploring the public beach).
Another great country retreat, this time in the woods of northern Michigan. This tiny home has a more modern design, including modern must-haves like a Temper-pedic mattress and a French press. After a restful night, bring your coffee outside to enjoy the view of a four-acre meadow.
A serene color palette hints at the lovely interior within this cottage-style home. Located in a part of town that's close to hiking and biking, you're also close to downtown Saint Paul, 10 minutes away from the Mall of America and 20 minutes from downtown Minneapolis.
Nestled underneath a canopy of trees where songbirds live, the majestic natural setting of this tiny home feels like a setting for a novel. Though it seems remote, you're near museums, shopping and more.
The Arizona home isn't the only "famous" home on our list. This perky red tiny house was recently featured on HGTV. The lakeside location is gorgeous year-round, but the dock and water slide make summer an even better option.
The great outdoors are even greater in Montana. This carriage house has a warm and intimate feel, with a rustic character that works well with the rugged offerings nearby. There's two miles of trail that leads to a mountain range vista.
Form and function meet beautifully at this well-designed tiny home, where the simple beauty of wood is showcased inside and out. Plus, it's located on a goat farm, which makes for a fun (and possibly educational!) alternative to the usual vacation.
Nevada might be the last place you'd expect to find an English garden, but this bold-hued tiny home offers just that. Interesting side note: This home is also on the site of the first gaming house and speakeasy in 1929.
Relax and recharge at this simple rustic tiny home, located amidst organic gardens and steps away from an on-site Wellness Center.
The sands of the Jersey shore are a bike ride away in this sweet cottage. Inside, you'll find surf-inspired details that definitely fit the vibe of the area.