I recently discovered NW Comfy Cabins, a company which offers a number of cabin rentals in the Leavenworth area in Washington state. While some of the cabins are big, quite a few are relatively close to a “tiny house” scale. Let’s check out one which offers incredible views!
One of the most exciting features of this tiny house is its deck, which looks out over Fish Lake from its south shore. A convenient fire pit can keep you warm as you kick back in one of these reclining chairs to enjoy the view.
The deck is quite spacious, so you could enjoy the scenery along with friends and family. There is also a gas grill so you can cook outside.
Like many other NW Comfy Cabins properties, this one features a hot tub outdoors.
With all the vegetation surrounding the cabin, you can look forward to plenty of privacy. But you can see that the greenery does not disrupt the views through the large windows.
A small pier leads out over the water.
The living room is roomy with a large, comfortable couch. All of the decor is in keeping with the rustic ambience. You can see the railing of the loft above and to the right.
In this photo, we see the dining area all decked out for the holidays.
In the kitchen is everything you need to keep yourself fed during a long stay. Between the kitchen and the dining area are the stairs leading up to the loft.
Being able to cook in the tiny accommodation not only can save you money, but it also can show you more about what it is like to live in a tiny house. This may help you to decide whether you would like one of your own.
There is additional dining space in the kitchen in the form of a bar along the countertop. This is a smart, space-saving design. I have noticed that oftentimes, the countertop itself serves as the eating surface for these types of kitchen bars, but this is a smarter design since the cook can continue to use the full amount of counter space. Meanwhile, the bar does not take up much more space than it would otherwise.
The space between the steps keeps the stairs from feeling overly intrusive in the open space of the living area.
The design on the shower curtain calls to mind the vegetation outside.
You probably noticed how spacious the living areas and the kitchen are, and wondered all that space is packed into a relatively small footprint. The answer is that the sleeping spaces are quite tiny.
Here’s the loft. Even with the low ceiling, there is plenty of headroom directly over the bed, and also some extra space on the floor to the side.
Most of the light which comes into the loft issues from the large windows across the way.
It would certainly be amazingly waking up to a view like that.
The page with the details for the cabin lists that it has “1.75” bathrooms. I’m not really sure how to interpret that, but here is the other one.
Wow, there is a sauna in this little cabin!
If you would like to reserve a stay, you can do so at NW Comfy Cabins. Make sure to check out their other Leavenworth rentals as well.