Tiny Getaways Now Available (Away From) 17 Cities - Tiny House Blog

Tiny Getaways Now Available (Away From) 17 Cities

Getting out of the city seems to be a lot more important these days. Getting away from any kind of internet connectivity and commune with nature is even more important.

Getaway offers tiny cabins for rent just a few hours from major cities.

It’s a good thing there is a company like Getaway. Getaway offers simple escapes to tiny houses located in beautiful, quiet, unconnected locations. The tiny cabins range from 140-200 square feet and have a distinctive contemporary style.

The cabins are located in nature and have low to no cell reception.

Getaway tiny cabin in the woods

Just a few years ago, the Getaway company, was denied a deal for their tiny idea from the hosts of the TV show Shark Tank. Well, owners Jon Staff and Pete Davis showed them. The company now has tiny cabins located in 17 cities around the U.S., with more in the works.

The cabins contain beds, a tiny kitchen, and a private bathroom.

Woman on Getaway bed in cabin


The Getaway “outposts” are located a few hours from major cities such as Chicago, Dallas, Austin, New York City, and Portland. Getaway was created to give city dwellers some breathing space and a break from technology.

The cabins can sleep two to four people and include a small toilet and shower.

Two women in bunk beds in a Getaway cabin

Each tiny cabin includes a queen bed next to the distinctive large window for bedside gazing. Cabins built for four guests have two queens or a queen and a loft bed. The cabins also have hot showers and private toilets.

The cabins come with basic kitchen items such as pots and pans.

Getaway tiny kitchen with woman cutting vegetables

The kitchen includes a sink, mini-fridge, stove, and all the pots, pans, plates, and supplies needed for overnight stays. Outside each cabin, there are outdoor picnic tables and outdoor seating, and a fire pit with a grilling grate. Some cabins also allow dogs.

For more information on Getaway, check out their website, blog, and their podcast.

By Christina Nellemann for the [Tiny House Blog]

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Kristina - May 18, 2021 Reply

Great blog thank you! Do you have an international recommendations on tiny houses for vacations? Thank you!

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