8 Tiny Home Rentals That Will Put Vermont on Your Radar

Over 13 million tourists travel to Vermont every year, thanks to its beautiful scenery, colorful fall foliage, white ski slopes in winter, and famous maple syrup. Lake Champlain preserves the town’s fishing culture while the vineyards keep its history alive. Modern Vermont offers the perfect atmosphere for business meetings, group bonding and art lovers to work while relaxing. It would be impossible to see all of Vermont’s offerings on a one-day visit. Therefore, the city offers the most intriguing mode of accommodation, renting tiny houses, for guests to stay a few days longer. Here are unique tiny house rentals that are worth every penny.

8 Container cabin in the Catskills

These cabins offer the most epic getaway with friends or family, surrounded by a ten kilometer forest cover on Overlook Mountain. The cabins give a therapeutic atmosphere during the day and thrilling by night as various birds and creepers fill the place with melodies. There is a well-equipped kitchen, a fireplace to warm up the nights, an office area, comfortable beds and a communal sauna in the container cabin. There is also a parking space, a fire pit and a compost toilet for maximum comfort.

  • Cost: From $226 per night
  • Location: Saugerties, New York

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7 Sterling Ridge Resort Cabins

The Sterling Ridge Resort property offers many amenities for tourists to northern Vermont. From its most attractive features are its private log cabins located in its man-made forest. The complex has a studio cabins for two occupants, a one-bedroom cabin for two to four people and three-bedroom cabins for four to six occupants. Cabins offer fully equipped kitchens, queen beds, gas log or wood stoves, and hot tubs. For an epic outdoor experience, there’s a covered porch, outdoor grill, and picnic table. These cabins are a perfect getaway for a group of friends, co-workers or families.

  • Cost: From $165 per night.
  • Location: 155 Sterling Ridge Drive Jeffersonville, Vermont

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6 Stowe Waterfalls Cabin

This charming little cottage located just in front of the Stowe waterfall gives an adventurous atmosphere, with enough space for two occupants. It is equipped with a cozy queen bed, a small kitchenette, a a compost toilet and a cold shower tap. The fire ring outside allows guests to warm their bath water while grilling a steak of meat. The sound of the waterfall soothes visitors at night, while the river below provides an excellent fishing spot. In addition, the forest surrounding the chalet offers perfect hiking and biking terrain.

  • Location: Stowe Vermont
  • Cost: $113 per night

5 Cabin in the Woods VT

This little cabin in the woods of Vermont is a haven for anyone looking for serenity and tranquility as it is surrounded by nature. The space has two beds, with the downstairs bedroom having one bed and a couch. It comes with a fully equipped kitchen with all the necessary equipment. In addition, the house has an indoor bathroom, Wi-Fi and AT streaming TV services.

  • Cost: $168 per night
  • Location: Montgomery Center, Vermont, USA

4 The little house in the green mountain

This tiny house is the perfect escape, even for most city visitors. The house has a full kitchen with an oven and a four-burner gas stove. It also includes an electric fireplace, butcher board worktops and a cottage sink. There are internet-connected air conditioners that allow customers to adjust the cooling system directly from their phone.

  • Cost: From $209 per night
  • Location: Jamaica, Vermont, USA

3 Sugar Maple Treehouse

Looking for a place to de-stress and relax? The sugar maple treehouse is a great choice as it is covered by wilderness and beautiful mountain forest. A microwave, refrigerator, and Keurig are a few essentials included in the treehouse. A fireplace and BBQ area with a naturally fueled gas grill is available just up an incline from the treehouse. Biodegradable toilets and a bathroom are also provided.

  • Cost: From $168 per night
  • Location: Hancock, Vermont, USA

2 Little House at Stony Brook Farm

Tourists who wish to go on a family vacation will appreciate staying in a pleasant and cozy little chalet with a breathtaking view of the mountains and the nearby slopes. Everything a guest needs in the tiny house is provided, and all the fun of being in the farmland house without having to do any heavy work. In the front yard of the house there is a gas grill and a fire pit with lots of wood. Tourists can also engage in enjoyable activities such as horse riding and pet feeding.

  • Cost: From $85 per night
  • Location: Hyde Park, Vermont

1 whimsical stone dwelling

This domed house mimics the architecture of the Aegean islands. The interior layout appears to have been carved entirely out of stone, giving it a spectacular look. Domes include an all-inclusive stove, kitchen with microwave, refrigerator, and single-serve coffee maker. Visitors can relax by the thermostatically controlled natural gas-fired wood-burning fireplace whenever the weather turns cool. The bedroom has a queen-size bed, which also contains a single, full bathroom with a tub, hair dryer, and heated tile floor.

  • Cost: $271 per night
  • Location: Sandgate, Vermont, USA

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