Tumbleweed Vacation Rental

Tumbleweed is looking for a place to host their Fencl as a vacation rental.

This might be for the summer only, or could turn into a long term opportunity. You must have a place in the continental US that would be a desirable vacation spot. In addition, electricity must be readily available. The house needs its own 20 amp circuit. Also, a sewer hook up must be present and a water source within a few feet. Basically, the house needs RV hookups. Because it is a vacation rental, you don’t want to deal with cleaning of any tanks. Tumbleweed is looking for a place with a sewer hookup.

If you have a place to host and rent the Fencl you can get all the details at the Tumbleweed Blog.

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Beach Vacation Ideas | Worldwide Vacation Deals - March 29, 2010 Reply

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Anne - March 29, 2010 Reply

I did not see anything related to insurance/liability insurance issues on the blog, any info on it?

    Kent Griswold - March 29, 2010 Reply

    Anne you would need to get in touch with Steve at info@tumbleweedhouses.com to answer those questions. I just wanted my readers to be aware that they are looking for someone to host their house.

    Steve Weissmann - March 30, 2010 Reply

    We have insurance on the unit. I’d probably need to update our policy to change it to a vacation rental, but that shouldn’t be a big deal. Ultimately this will be a great opportunity for anyone to experience a tiny home.

    -Steve Weissmann, Tumbleweed Tiny House Company

jeff - March 30, 2010 Reply

I think this is a good idea. I would imagine a lot more people would seriously entertain the idea for themselves if they can try it on a short term basis.

    Anne - March 30, 2010 Reply

    Many wish to live in something similar, the problem if finding places where it can be done legally. I agree it sounds a good idea, if local gov’t can be convinced they are a viable alternative to a conventional RV in established tourist areas, there may be a way to live in them (at least) seasonally.

Holiday Cottages - June 1, 2010 Reply

It would be nice to live like that or preferably vacation like that but there are many set backs to be experienced. One may understand that being situated in such wilderness will require them to be trained and experienced enough to handle difficult times. Living in a place that already has it sewer system, electricity and cable wiring available doesn’t require much attention. But in such a situation you are on your own and you should be able to conduct the plumber’s job, be an electrician, the cable guy and what not. It isn’t quiet easy living like this. It almost reminds me of Grey’s Anatomy, of how Dr. Shepherd’s lodging. Which simply comprised of living in a caravan away from the city life.

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