We love the sheer brilliance of this particular tiny house project situated in one of the most beautiful parts of Ontario, Canada.
At the time of this writing, this place is going for $100 a night and the last time we checked, it was booked solid for the next two months (in fall, no less!).
This coincides very nicely with our own plans of creating a tiny house empire as the math certainly works in their favor.
If you happen to be dreaming of having a tiny house of your own, this is an awesome template to be following, as you could use AirBnB (or other rental platforms) to have your build fully subsidized by guest visits (we’re estimating that this couple has made somewhere in the neighborhood of $20K for a season, which no doubt covers the cost of this build.
Enough with the chatter about the business and let’s take a look at what they are offering their guests.
As mentioned, this project is bare-bones, so it’s appeal is for those visitors looking for a no frills country getaway.
Very ideal for a workaholic looking to unplug from the matrix and enjoy life the way his or her great-grandparents did.
The kitchen is equipped with a kettle and a hot plate and we love that they installed an electrical fireplace for cooler nights.
Given how every part of the house is tightly pulled together, we definitely find this to be an ideal tiny house retreat for new couples going out on their first road trip. As you can see in the pictures, the kitchen table is situated directly beneath the bedroom loft.
With the positioning of the bench, you can enjoy your morning coffee or tea while gazing out the window.
For the warmer months, there is a fire pit you can roast your marshmallows in and an outdoor eating area.
Visit the most unique tiny house Heathcote has to offer here.