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When it comes to these Airbnb listings, less is definitely more. That is, when it comes to tiny homes. They’re the latest design craze to sweep design blogs and Instagram feeds everywhere.
Wanna join the movement? Take a walk on the small side and consider booking any of these tiny homes for your next Canadian adventure.
Parked beach-side on a small private island, this trailer has all the comforts of home (flushable toilet, fully equipped kitchen) packed into 8.5 x 20 feet. Located across Shannon Falls an hour out from the Vancouver airport, this tiny house is great for nature-lovers looking for a quiet getaway. The host has even provided two paddle boards and life jackets for travellers who to get out and explore the water.
This secluded, ocean-facing cabin has a full kitchen and bathroom, an outdoor deck and grill and private access to the beach. Nestled in nature, the show-stopper of this tiny home is the heated outdoor shower.
Thoughtfully designed and decorated, this micro cabin is one of the most wish-listed locations in the Pacific Northwest. Complete with a wet bath, work space and even a yoga loft above the living space. Surrounded by lush greenery, the micro cabin is two minutes from the ocean and also the quaint village of Roberts Creek.
At 280-square feet, this studio might recall memories of cramped Toronto condo space instead of the stunning sustainable space. Made entirely from recycled and reclaimed materials, this spot is perfect for a weekend getaway in Snug Cove village.
Located just 35 minutes from Whitehorse, this charming chalet is outfitted full kitchen, washroom and loft bedroom. It even has a an outdoor deck and barbecue. There are a number of hiking trails close by and you can also try your hand at snowshoeing, cross-country skiing an dogsledding.
Also located in Whitehorse, this shipping container-turned-tiny home is tucked away from the city and just five minutes away from the Takhini Hot Springs, making this a perfect spot for a serene retreat. It has a full kitchen and fireplace to keep warm, but unfortunately, no running water, shower or indoor toilet.
Crafted from lumber from the host’s own property, this quaint 100-sqaure foot is located right by the ocean. Slickly designed with a breakfast nook and electric fireplace, the house is the perfect size for a couple and even a doggo, sine this location is pet-friendly. While it doesn’t have running water or a bathroom, guests are welcomed to use the amenities (including a shower and laundry facilities) of the main farmhouse where the hosts live.
Clocking in at 480 square feet, this darling little cabin makes a roomy tiny home with a kitchen with bar seating, a full sized fridge, full bathroom (with a tub!) and upper loft-style bedroom. Steps away from Lakeside Beach, guests are also close enough to areas where you can deep-sea fish, hike and bike.
Boasting a gallery kitchen, three-piece bath and in-suite laundry, this spot would make a great tiny home away from home. It’s located 15 minutes from the waterfront and just a few kilometres from downtown Toronto in the Beaches neighbourhood, so there’s no shortage of cute shops and cafes.