Tiny house popularity has skyrocketed in recent years with shows like Tiny House Nation and Tiny House Hunters piquing our interest in just how small we can make our living spaces. If you are eager for a taste of the tiny house lifestyle, you’ll be pleased to know that there are a handful of tiny houses that you can rent out on your next Southwest adventure. Perfect for a solo traveller, or couples that don’t mind getting extra cosy, these tiny houses offer everything needed for a weekend away, but pocket-sized. Check them out below!

Joey the Tiny Cabin East of Busselton

Joey’s name is inspired by the many kangaroos who wander the forest surrounding this tiny cabin. Located about half an hour drive East of Busselton, Joey can be found chilling at the top of a vineyard.

The cabin may appear tiny from the outside but inside contains a host of amenities to ensure your stay is of maximum comfort. Guests will find a queen-sized Ecosa bed, indoor shower, composting toilet and a kitchenette complete with a mini-fridge, Italian press coffee maker and small cooktop.

Joey is perfect for couples wanting to enjoy the serenity of the Western Australian environment however children over the age of 10 are welcome provided they are accompanied by an adult.

Tiny House in Central Albany

This tiny house offers guests the opportunity to experience Coastal Albany from the comforts of a cosy backyard studio. Situated in the town centre, the house is in close proximity to pubs, coffee shops, parks and the town square.

A converted metal shed, the tiny house is made of architectural steel and fitted with glass windows that capture the sun’s rays, creating a sunlit paradise. When not out and about exploring the town, curl up on the comfy sofa or relax outside under the shade of the huge Elm tree overhanging the house. At night, gaze up at the starry sky whilst enjoying the steamy outdoor shower and keep an eye out for ‘Po’ the possum who likes to roam the garden.

Perfect for couples looking for a place to stay whilst exploring the southwest’s coastline, this tiny house is one not to miss.

Toby Home in Quindalup

Toby Home showcases the new shipping container housing craze. This luxury container home sits on the banks of the Toby Inlet and is a mere three-minute drive from the centre of Dunsborough.

The tiny home is equipped with both a queen-sized and king single day bed and even has a dedicated office space for those who have escaped to the peaceful southwest region to get some work done. Outside guests are treated to a heated spa ideal for relaxing as the sun sets over the river. Those looking for an adventure are welcome to paddle to the nearby beach on the provided canoe.

Toby Home is perfect for couples looking for a romantic getaway, but can accommodate up to 4 guests for a fun family holiday.

Tiny House in Nannup

Located just a short walk from the picturesque town of Nannup, this tiny house is perfect for those wanting to escape bustling city life and enjoy the calming atmosphere of the Blackwood River region.

The house has a large deck that overlooks the river. Complete with a BBQ and lounge, it is perfect for relaxing with a glass of wine whilst taking in the panoramic views of the surrounding environment.

Ideal for two guests, the tiny house does offer the option of a third guest as the upstairs lounging nook can be used as a single bedroom. This luxury accommodation is perfect for couples or friends wanting to retreat into the beautiful Nannup countryside for a weekend away.

A Taste of Tiny Living: Tiny Studio in Hamilton Hill

For those eager for some spontaneous weekend fun but not wanting to travel too far afield, look no further than Tiny Studio in Hamilton Hill.

The space is fitted out with a hidden kitchenette that includes a fridge, microwave, toaster and kettle as well as a full-sized bedroom with a walk-in wardrobe. Outside guests will find a lovely garden area with a gas cooker and outdoor furniture.

This luxurious space is located within the courtyard of a larger home and consists of 2 separate studios making it the perfect accommodation for 2 couples wanting to holiday together.

 

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