If you have ever wondered what it is like to live in a tiny house, the best way to find out with no risk is to book a stay in a tiny hotel. One such opportunity awaits you at a tiny lodging located in Plain Valley close to the Bavarian Village of Leavenworth in Washington.
What is extra exciting about this tiny house hotel is that you can have this exact model built for you by Park Model Homes! So if you fall in love with it, you can have one just like it commissioned—or you can change it so it is customized to your needs. Let’s check it out.
This evening shot really shows off the tiny house, drawing emphasis to its huge windows. Even standing outside, it is easy to grasp how open and expansive it must feel indoors.
There is a luxurious hot tub located next to the patio were guests at the lodging can enjoy the beauty of nature while relaxing in total comfort.
Next to the hot tub are a couple of chairs and a fire pit were guests can kick back and stay warm as they look out at the stars.
By daylight, you can get a better look at the lovely forested grounds. There is a grill available if guests want to cook while they are staying.
You are probably eager to step inside and see what this tiny house has to offer indoors, but it is hard to resist lingering on the patio with a view like this.
The tiny kitchen is stunning with beautiful countertops and cabinets, both of which introduce love lovely textures into the tiny space. Somehow, the effect seems both rustic and luxurious.
The color scheme inside the house is simple and neutral, featuring tans, grays, browns and black. The chairs and some decorative accents are in red to add more color and help different features of the house to stand out.
Everything that you could need for a long, comfortable stay is in the lodging, including kitchen appliances and even a washer and dryer. This is fantastic since it gives you a complete vision of what it would be like to live in a tiny house, complete with your regular daily routines.
The bathroom is particularly appealing with a soothing, neutral color scheme. The bathroom curtain is decorative, but the colors are muted and fit in well. The design of the curtain also seems to reflect the small pieces of art which you see to the right of the cabinet above the toilet. This makes me wonder if this shower curtain was designed specifically for this tiny house.
The bedroom is as cozy and comfortable as the rest of the house. You are not stuck sleeping in a loft (lofts are great, but they are not ideal for everyone). You can stand up in this bedroom comfortably with its high ceiling, and there is plenty of space to either side of the bed.
If you were wondering what it is like to look out through those large windows, now you know. The view and natural light are fantastic. Once again, the neutral colors really help to keep the space feeling as roomy and inviting as possible.
If you would like to book a stay, you may do so here. Whether you have a chance to stay in this tiny lodging or not, you can have one just like it done for you by Park Model Homes. Please send all inquiries to: