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Some of the cosiest tiny houses fit for a post lockdown escape

If you are looking for a place to unwind with beautiful views on an off-grid adventure a tiny house (or cottage) is for you. 

Tiny houses are gaining popularity and it’s not difficult to see why. We all yearn for weekend escapes – and we want to do it somewhere unique and close to nature, without sacrificing creature comforts. And who isn’t dreaming of that post-lockdown getaway when we’ll be able to skip town, stoke a fire, and get cosy?
To get more familiar with the tiny house trend, we reached out to Aimee Stanton a Tiny House Creator and well-known for coming 2nd on Channel 7’s popular renovation show House Rules in 2020 –  Aimee and her partner Kayne deemed fan favourites for their positive vibes and laid back attitude were the first Tradie Couple in House Rules History. And, 2017 she Co-founded Tiny Stays – a company that builds off-grid Tiny Houses’ and rents them out as short term accommodation.

L.N Why is a tiny house the perfect holiday accommodation?

A.S My brother Ben and I created Tiny Stays because we were sick of the same old routine of going to work, coming home, playing on our phones, then going to bed. We thought, surely there had to be more to life! We sat down one night and wrote down all our passions so we could hopefully turn into profit and find a bigger purpose in life, instead of living the mediocre lifestyle of work and not much play. Our passions included building, travel, adventure & being more eco-friendly. That is when we found the Tiny House Movement… Our tiny houses are the perfect holiday accommodation because it gives you the chance to escape work, escape your bosses and emails and go spend some quality time in nature with your loved ones disconnecting from technology – but reconnecting with yourself.

L.N What are the things to consider when staying in a tiny house?

A.S Staying in a Tiny House really brings you back to the simple things in life. Yes, you have a fully equipped kitchen, hot shower & queen size bed – but it is all about living that minimalistic lifestyle. A couple of things to pack on your adventure:

– Warm clothes in the winter

– Cheese & Wine (obviously…..)

– Your Sonos Roam – like you would ever leave the house without it anyway! 😉

L.N Why do you think tiny houses have become so popular?

A.S Tiny Houses have become popular for a number of reasons

A) People are sick of living their life in debt with a huge mortgage, more and more often now people are choosing to go back to the more simple life & swapping materialistic things for memories, adventures & experiences.

B) We are all looking for ways to be a lot more eco-friendly in this day and age and a tiny house is a perfect way to do your bit for the environment. Our Tiny Stays Tiny Houses are completely off-grid which means they have a composting toilet, solar panels & water tanks.

C) Something different! Fitting everything you need in life on a 5m long x 2.5m wide trailer… There is something magical about that!

Some of the cosiest tiny houses fit for a post lockdown escape

cosiest tiny houses

Healesville Tiny House (Healesville VIC): TheHealesville Tiny House is nestled in the heart of the Yarra Valley on a beautiful private block of land only an hour’s drive from Melbourne. Guests have access to a queen-sized bed, luxury bed linen, full kitchen including fridge and stove, toilet, hot shower, Bluetooth speaker and plenty of books and board games for you to enjoy during your stay.

cosiest tiny houses

Serenity Abode (Beaconsfield Upper, VIC): hidden amongst the trees but on the doorstep of the Dandenong Ranges and Yarra Valley, the highlight of this tiny house is its deck, lounge, and breakfast bar. Stylish, comfortable and a place to unwind that you will never forget.

cosiest tiny houses

Yellow Rock Views (Broke, NSW): as the name suggests, this tiny winter warmer has stunning views out to the Hunter’s iconic Yellow Rock. The surrounding boutique wineries give a taste of some unique local wines in the area, including the award-winning Margan Restaurant & Winery.

cosiest tiny houses

Tiny House, Big View (Boneo, VIC): with views over Bass Strait, enjoy a peaceful farm surrounding and country feel. Close to National Parks, oceans, bays, vineyards, golf clubs, and of course, serenity.

Malniri Park (Freemans Reach, NSW): elevated high on a private plateau overlooking equine farmlands and the vast fertile lowlands of the Hawkesbury River, this house keeps guests warm with an outside firepit entertaining space.

Tiny St Albans: (St Albans, NSW) this stunner is situated on a sandstone hill within the Forgotten Valley (Macdonald Valley) on a 30-acre property, overlooking the farming land of the Hawkesbury Valley. For those with fur babies, this house is dog friendly (big or tiny).

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