Our Tiny House "La Casita" is 96 square feet with a sitting room-only loft and a queen-size organic latex mattress. It has full heat but is not connected to running water so you have 24/7 access to the bathroom in the main house, 75 yards away.
"La Casita" was designed and built with 90% reclaimed materials and incorporates a boat-like interior feel with fun details. It's a lovely space to cozy up in, relax and sleep like a log on the organic latex mattress. There is great heat for winter guests and you can park your car 6 feet from the front door.
The kitchen is not listed as an amenity, as there is only a small fridge and the stove is not connected to propane for safety.
There is a coffeemaker and we keep some decent coffee stocked for you. We provide you with a jug of water to make coffee/tea with.
"La Casita" is NOT currently connected to water or sewer so guests use the shared bathroom in the main house (75yds away), located right inside the front door. You have 24/7 access to this shared bathroom and will have a shelf available for your toiletries. We provide two towels.
We'll likely be around and are pretty friendly and approachable, but won't be in your business, unless you want us to be. We're happy to answer questions about the trails, or provide you with anything you desperately need, just let us know!
La Casita is one of the smaller tiny houses so can only accommodate two (2) people if they don't mind being close, particularly in the loft upstairs.
If no one is around to help you get your car out of a snow storm, you can call our local towing company - Tailhook Towing.
No open flames, smoking or fire inside La Casita.
When you come into the main house to use the bathroom, thanks for keeping our small Dachshund Lola inside.
If you need anything during your stay, don't hesitate to get in touch!
Before leaving, thanks for tidying up and taking the sheets off the bed.
I live in beautiful Vermont and have a Tiny House I built out of 90% reclaimed materials. I love XC ski, biking of any sort, intentful people, real food, great architecture, and local brews.
When I travel, I prefer to spend my time getting to know a place through its people, food, and landscapes. The best part of traveling is learning something new and being open to new ideas.