Try out a Tiny Cabin with Getaway

The modern tiny house movement tends to be centered in the Western part of the country, but now people interested in smaller living in the Northeast will have a few small ways to escape the cities. The Getaway project is building and renting out 160 square foot cabins available for rent for anyone wanting to try on a tiny house for size.

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We’re not luddites or hermits, but the roar of the city combined with constant technological ping-pinging has us worn out. We’ve tried our best to disconnect in real time, but personal experience testifies that to be somewhere under actual stars, somewhere completely quiet except for the crackling of the fire, is the real way to rebalance oneself. – From the Getaway website

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The simple, streamlined cabins can be rented for $119 a night and fit four people. Inside the Ovida design is a queen bed and inside the Lorraine design are two nooks with twin beds. Each cabin has a small kitchen with a one-burner stove, a propane heater, ice chest, sink, kitchen supplies, and a bathroom with a zinc shower and composting toilet. Renters also have access to bikes, firewood, towels and linens. The first of the 8×20 foot homes is located in southern New Hampshire and more Getaways are currently being built.

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Built in conjunction with the Harvard innovation lab and the Millennial Housing Lab, the Getaway is the Housing Lab’s first project. It was founded by Harvard Business, Law and Design students with a mission of developing and realizing fresh housing ideas for a new generation.

 

Photos by Getaway and Kataram Studios

 

By Christina Nellemann for the [Tiny House Blog]

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Lisa E. - August 3, 2015 Reply

Please put up a bannister on the stairs for safety of ingress and egress to the loft; especially at night.

Dr Madhukaar - August 3, 2015 Reply

intrested to partner contact me

Christi Watson - August 3, 2015 Reply

Where in NH? Really want to try this out

Valery Lytle - August 5, 2015 Reply

Would love to try this out! How do I make contact/reservations?

Hope you build farther south, as I am in Virginia.

Thank you.

Diane - August 6, 2015 Reply

Please send info and address if possible

Lana - August 6, 2015 Reply

I wish someone would buy a mobile home park in the Clearwater area of Florida and take out all the old mobiles and put these tiny houses in their place. I would be the first to sign up!

Randell Giammarino - August 30, 2015 Reply

Even if the time spent in the rental doesn’t persuade one to buy a tiny house, Staff hopes there will be a shift in attitude away from wanting a bigger house or owning so much stuff. Housing for the millennial generation is inadequate, Staff said.

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