Planning a visit sometime soon to Yosemite National Park? Do yourself a favor and book a stay at the Red A Frame tiny cabin. You could not ask for a more beautiful accommodation while enjoying some of the most majestic scenery anywhere in the world.
The cabin has a distinctive red roof and a large porch. You can see that it is situated on some truly amazing land surrounded by tall trees.
It is right on the edge of an idyllic meadow.
Imagine pulling up in your vehicle in front of this tiny cabin, delighted that it will be yours for as long as your stay.
After parking, you can walk on up the steps, open the door, and step inside.
Of course, you might want to pause and have a seat on the porch just for a few minutes. That way you can bask in the beauty of your surroundings.
This cabin actually has a porch in the front as well as the back. One highlight is the set of natural logs functioning as a set of steps here.
There are large glass windows on three sides of the structure. Light spills into the interior, and even from indoors, you can appreciate the full extent of your surroundings.
Outdoors, there is a picnic table with four seats around it and plenty of room for a large meal and refreshing beverages. The trees offer shade.
I think this might be what heaven looks like.
At night, you can enjoy a campfire right next to the cabin.
The style of the interior is surprisingly modern with some minimalist accents. The eye is drawn directly to the dramatic spiral staircase which heads upstairs.
The simplicity of the decor and furniture keeps the emphasis on open space and expansive views.
The colors chosen for the interior and exterior furniture and decorative accents match to create additional unity between indoors and outdoors. This way, even when you are inside the cabin, you feel a deep sense of connection to the natural world outside your door.
Even though there are no windows on one side of the cabin, there is no shortage of light and openness.
Comfortable seating makes it easy to relax after a long day climbing or hiking in the nearby park.
When it is too cold to dine outdoors, you can sit inside and enjoy a meal at this beautiful dining table.
Now it is time for us to head upstairs. There are two lofts, both of which can be reached by the same central spiral staircase—a very clever design. It is so open and airy up here that it would feel like sleeping in a tree house.
Few other tiny houses can boast this kind of spaciousness in their lofts, not to mention such huge windows.
Let’s check out the upstairs bathroom.
The bathroom is a wet room, which is awesome! Once again, you can enjoy a beautiful view.
If you want to book a stay, you will need to visit Boutique Homes. The cost is $275 per night. That is actually a pretty great deal considering you are getting this whole amazing place all to yourself!