Why Your Next Vacation Rental Should Be a Tiny House

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By Christine Quinlan, Elyse Inamine Posted October 14, 2016

When it comes to vacation rentals, bigger is not always better. For your next getaway, consider the so-called tiny house. From an urban oasis in Portland, Oregon, to a woodsy New Hampshire cabin Thoreau would approve of, these are some of our favorite petite retreats.

Airbnb Rustic Modern Tiny House, Portland, OR

Food & Wine: Rustic Modern Tiny House

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A musician and a start-up techie used reclaimed wood to build this 350-square-foot house in their North Williams backyard. From $120 per night; rusticmoderntinyhouse.com

Stock up: On nearby SE Division, find black mustard seeds, Kashmiri chili powder and other dinner inspiration at the market attached to Bollywood Theater. bollywoodtheaterpdx.com

Check out: April Bloomfield protégé Peter Cho creates Korean-inflected dishes like oak-smoked hanger steak with ssamjang (spicy-sweet barbecue sauce) at Han Oak. hanoakpdx.com

Fireside Resort, Wilson, WY

Food & Wine: Fireside Jackson Hole

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These 23 cozy mountain cabins are just 400 square feet each, but there's ample space for skis and snowboards--and hanging around the fireplace. From $1,087 for 3 nights; firesidejacksonhole.com

Stock up: Head to Pearl Street Market in Jackson 
for Robinson Family Farm grass-fed beef and wild-caught swordfish. pearlstmarketjh.com

Check out: Serge Smith at Teton Village’s Il Villagio Osteria stuffs ravioli with short ribs and cooks pizza in a stone oven. jhosteria.com

Ovida by Getaway Sullivan County, NH


Food & Wine: Bear Walk

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This eco-friendly, solar-powered cabin on the New Hampshire/Vermont border was dreamed up by graduate students at Harvard’s design school. <em>From $99 per night; getaway.house.

Stock up: Woodstock Farmers’ Market, 
30 miles away, sells top-notch grilled and vegetarian sandwiches and pristine local 
produce. woodstockfarmersmarket.com

Check out: In a quaint blue house nearby, Wesley and Chloe Genovart of SoLo Farm &amp; Table make pasta by hand for dishes like lamb Bolognese and pork belly ramen. solofarmandtable.com

Airbnb Secluded Intown Treehouse, Atlanta

Food & Wine: Intown Tree House Rental

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This is the tree house of your childhood dreams, right in the city. Rope bridges connect three spaces, and antique pillows and organic linens cushion the timber rooms. From $350 per night; airbnb.com.

Stock up: The tree house doesn’t 
have a kitchen, but you can buy picnic provisions (cashew cheese, raw local honey, whole-grain breads) from Nature’s Garden Express inside the lively Krog Street Market complex. natures
gardenexpress.com

Check out: The seasonal dinner menu at Eat Me Speak Me, 
the weekend pop-up at breakfast spot Gato, pokes fun with “’sghetti 
squash” and chicken, and “pretentious flowers” salad. eatmespeakme.com

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