Caravan Hotel lets guests live tiny even while on the road

by , 01/03/15
filed under: Architecture, News, Tiny Homes

green design, eco design, sustainable design, tiny house hotel, Caravan Tiny House Hotel, Alberta Arts District, Portland tiny homes, efficient living

The adorably-named Rosebud, Pearl and Tandem tiny houses are each fully outfitted with sleeping, living and kitchen areas. The caravan is centered around a common area that includes outdoor and covered seating, hammocks, barbeque and a fire pit, for a rustic experience with outdoor fun.

The Tandem model is the largest at 160 square feet, and comfortable sleeps four people. Made from locally-sourced pine walls and featuring cork floors, the interior feels like a cozy cabin, with sleeping areas doubling as pillow-filled window seats. The Rosebud is the medium-sized accommodation—at 120 square feet it sleeps two and has a window seat with storage for keeping travel belongings out of the way. The tiny Pearl is only 90 square feet, and saves on space with a combined toilet and shower, as well as a dinette that converts to a bed, and a sleeping loft for up to three people.

The owners of the Caravan Tiny House Hotel hope to showcase small living, and give their guests a unique experience, inspiring them to live more modestly. They hope to expand to six tiny home hotel rooms in the future.

+ Caravan Tiny House Hotel

Via Jetson Green

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1 Comment

  1. detella January 20, 2015 at 11:16 pm

    I am great fan of Sarah Susanka’s not so big houses, this is amazing! I wish I live in this sort of spaces.

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