Those looking for a cozy wilderness escape find that big dreams come in small packages with this Sechelt Inlet tiny home in British Columbia. According to its AirBnB description, the quiet, secluded lodging is only minutes from Tetrahedron Provincial Park and the trails of Hidden Grove.
However, location is only one advantage of this getaway. The magic is how spacious this small, self-contained lodging feels inside. With an A-frame roof, the cabin feels much roomier than you might imagine with its small footprint.
This ocean-view accommodation offers plenty of outdoor living space with multiple decks for breathing in that crisp, clean air.
The decks offer plenty room for outdoor activities such as cooking, dining and star gazing.
Plenty of windows provide a light and cheerful atmosphere, as the semi-open floor plan offers the feeling of a much larger space. A pull-out couch provides for additional downstairs sleeping arrangements.
A private kitchen serves up ample space with a four-burner cooktop and refrigerator freezer combination. The cabin maximizes counter space for preparing meals or packing picnics for hikes on nearby trails.
Two bathroom skylights add to the window's natural light, while an in-room heater keeps you toasty after a soak in the claw-foot tub. Smart, space-saving ideas, such as built-in shelving add to the rustic yet practical charm of the house.
One of the most unique features of this small property is the distinctive shape of the bedroom ceiling, mimicking a boat's hull. Windows and a glass door leading to the bedroom balcony continue the open feeling from throughout the house. The water view from the balcony deck begs for a lazy morning lingering over coffee or a twilight cocktail.
Only two hours from downtown Vancouver, the area boasts plenty of outdoor activities - including use of canoes provided by the owner. Those renting this small gem might be torn between outdoor adventure and the cozy comfort provided inside this tiny charmer.