Are you interested in listing a tiny house on Airbnb? It is exactly what I have been doing, so I thought I’d let you in on my experience.
The purpose of this episode is to talk about what it’s been like turning my tiny house into an Airbnb, and things I would have designed differently if I had known I would be renting it out. You also get a host’s perspective on Airbnb.
Our show would not have been possible without the listener questions submitted. Thank you.
You asked (and there were a lot of you), so here is my answer. What we do with the poo is one of the things I talk about.
In This Episode:
- Why and where Ethan moved his tiny house
- How he prepared the site
- Covering guest expectations and liabilities
- What we do with the poo: all about the compost toilet
- Making the tiny house an easier rental
- Your amazing questions answered
- Podcast episodes full of Airbnb information
Links and Resources:
- Book a Stay at Ethan’s Tiny House
- Front Porch Forum
- Tiny House Insurance
- Record a tiny house question for the show
- Interview with Taylor Tefft of One Call Logistics
- Joe Jenkins’ interview
- Interview with Danielle LaRock and Jonathan Carnill
- Kristie Wolfe’s Interview
- Interview with Lauren Hudson and Chris Krieger
Parsnip enjoys helping Ethan and Anne ready the tiny house for guests
Ethan has a loft with a ladder access
If he had known it was going to be a rental one day, Ethan would have installed a closet in the kitchen
The compost toilet uses sawdust and compostable liners
The stove in the tiny house uses propane
Ethan installed a window air conditing unit in a window above the couch