If you will be visiting the Shenandoah River anytime soon, you might want to think twice before booking a reservation at a regular hotel. Instead, think about booking a stay at the Hummingbird tiny house!
The delightful little log cabin was built by Incredible Tiny Homes.
It measures 24’ x 8’.
Its rustic log cabin style is ideally suited to the idyllic natural setting.
It is located next to the Stone Manor Riverfront Cabin, both accommodations available at The Stone Manor Riverfront Cabins.
It is perfect for an extended stay because you have a full kitchen available to you. It even includes an oven and cooktop, so you can prepare any type of meal that you want.
A large window above the sink gives you light and a view to wash your dishes by.
The shelves are located in the bathroom. Incredible Tiny Homes never skimps in this area.
Just on the other side of the shelves is the toilet.
Across from both is the sink and a chair. The owners of the accommodation have opted to skip installing a vanity, as you will see below, but they have made the bathroom more functional and beautiful with the additions of some mirrors and decorative shelving:
Which reminds me, this is what they have in the kitchen:
The kettle and the dishes you see here are available to guests to use.
Across from the sink, there is a fridge and freezer so you have somewhere to store your ingredients and leftovers when you are cooking on vacation. Next to that is a breakfast bar with stools under it and a microwave oven above.
Returning to the bathroom briefly, here’s the shower.
You could get a very good idea of what living in a tiny house is like by booking a week or two at this one.
Here is a closer look at the toilet.
You can see the living room here in the mockup version of the house from the builder.
This is the living room as it presently exists at the accommodation. It features a satellite TV.
You can get a glimpse of the loft in this photo, also from the builder.
While not particularly important with the current purpose being served by the tiny house (as an accommodation), the stairs do offer storage space. If the home is ever sold for full-time living, it would be a great feature for its next owners.
This is the loft as outfitted by the builder for photographs.
The ceiling is beautiful!
The tiny house is beautifully illuminated.
Large sliding doors lead outside.
Here’s what the loft looks like now. This is what you can expect if you book a stay to sleep here.
And this is the view that you will see if you step through the sliding door outside to the Shenandoah River.
You can sit out in front of the sliding glass door and look out at the river.
There is also a fire pit and a table where you can eat outside in the fresh air, surrounded by all the beautiful foliage.
What a spectacular view!
If you are interested in booking a stay at the Hummingbird Cabin, it has been renamed the Virginia Cabin by the current owner. You’ll find additional information and photos on this page, where you can also place a reservation. If you are interested in talking to the builder about designing something similar for you, you can visit Incredible Tiny Homes.