All the tiny houses at the Mt. Hood Village Resort were designed and built by the Tumbleweed Tiny House Company, an American firm that produces TRA-certified green mobile homes. Each of the five tiny houses were crafted with their own distinct style and personality, and cost upwards of $129 per night. The Tiny House Village includes: the modern yet rugged Atticus; rustic-modern Lincoln; “wild & free” Zoe; southern-inspired Savannah; and the charming farmhouse-inspired Scarlett.
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All tiny homes are constructed with cedar plank siding and come equipped with a bathroom, bedroom with a queen-sized bed, kitchen, loft space, living room with a TV, storage, and a porch. Three of the homes sleep up to three people, while the two others can sleep up to five. The Mt. Hood Village Resort is surrounded by year-round attractions, from the Mt. Hood National Forest hiking trails to the skiing and snowboarding activities at the historic Timberline Lodge. The Tiny House Village will open its doors to guests beginning Memorial Day Weekend and are currently accepting advanced bookings.
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