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The Cutest Tiny Houses To Stay At In British Columbia

 

These tiny homes are all available to rent on Airbnb, and as an Airbnb Associate I’m thrilled to get to show them off to you. If you book through a link on my blog I earn a small commission at no extra cost to you!

Tiny homes are the cutest, aren’t they? I’m not going to lie, I spend a good chunk of time watching tiny house videos on YouTube. I just love them. Seeing how people make use of their limited space inspires me, and seeing the locations these tiny houses are usually in are more often than not stunning.

All of these properties are located in British Columbia, the most Western Canadian province. With mountains, forests, the Pacific Ocean, and even a desert, there’s plenty reason to plan a trip to BC.

In my opinion these are the cutest tiny houses to stay at in British Columbia!

The cutest tiny houses to stay at in British Columbia

Shamrock and Thistle Ranch

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Image via Airbnb listing
Image via Airbnb listing

Luxury awaits you in this tiny house. While staying here you’ll have access to a hot tub, fire pit, and bbq; all available year round. Horses and dogs live on the ranch, which you are invited to spend time exploring! And more than welcome to hang out with the resident dogs, Mango and Olive.

During the summer months you can book riding lessons, and during winter you can borrow toboggans.

With a propane bbq you can cook your meals just outside the tiny house, or you can book a dinner in the main house if you prefer. They’ll even put together a charcuterie board!

Location – Salmon Arm

Price – $151/night

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Secluded tiny house getaway 

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Image via Airbnb listing
Image via Airbnb listing

Nestled into the mountain side with fruit trees and berry bushes just waiting for you to pick them, this Airbnb is peaceful. With no neighbours on 3 sides of you, you’ll feel all alone out here, other than the trains chugging by through the canyon.

You’ll have your own driveway for parking, and a half acre of land to yourself.

Location – Lytton

Price – $112/night

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Campbell River Wood tiny house

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Image via Airbnb listing
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Tiny yet cosy, this tiny house is located just minutes away from the only sandy beach in BC’s Campbell River, and no more than 5 minutes from any other amenities you need to enjoy your stay, making this a more than ideal location!

The tiny house is adorable!

Location – Campbell River

Price- $87/night

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Torch & Timber

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Elegant yet simple. Luxurious, but small. This listing shows that you can live tiny but still have all the elegance you might want.

I love how this listing was created in response to the housing crisis in BC to show us another way of living.

The property is on an equestrian hobby farm, 15 minutes from the gorgeous town of Golden, and you’ll have access to board games, your own private deck with bbq, WiFi, and close proximity to several different rivers, hiking trails, a wolf sanctuary, and even a bison farm.

Location- Columbia Shuswap

Price – $150/night

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Mount 7 Tiny House

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Image via Airbnb listing

Each time I’ve been to Golden I’ve not been able to stop gawking at just how beautiful of a town it is. The best part of this listing, in my opinion, is the view!

Incredible views aside, the location is perfect for the proximity to town and any mountain adventures!

Location- Golden

Price – $122/night

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The cutest tiny houses to stay at in Roberts Creek, British Columbia

There are so many cute tiny houses in Roberts Creek that I may have to do a whole post just based on the tiny houses to stay at in this British Columbian town, but for now I chose 4 of my favorites!

Tiny escape to the coast

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Image via Airbnb listing
Image via Airbnb listing

Tucked away with views of the ocean and Vancouver island, this tiny house feels like you’re in the middle of nowhere, but you’re actually just a 5 minute drive from the town.

Being close to town is great, but even better is the closeness to some amazing hikes! You have plenty to choose from, with hikes for all fitness levels.

A bonus is the wildlife surrounding this tiny house. You can see ducks, deer, and even bears!

Price – $85/night

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Cedar Grove Cottage

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Image via Airbnb listing
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When I first saw the photos of this tiny house I fell in love. Learning that the cottage was built by a Tibetan artisan makes it even more special. Located in a garden, this reminds me of visiting Hobbiton.

The separate bathhouse has heated floors, a walk in shower, and even a beautiful clawfoot tub to relax in. Best of all, you would be just half a block from the ocean.

Price – $90/night

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Roberts Creek Park Tiny House 

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Image via Airbnb listing
Image via Airbnb listing

Tucked away in the giant cedars of Roberts Creek Provincial Park, this is one of the prettiest tiny houses on this list! With huge windows, the natural lighting keeps the days long in this tiny house.

While there is tons to do in the area, I think this tiny house is deserving of us curling up with Netflix or a book, and just enjoying the beauty surrounding the house.

Price – $110/night

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The Micro Cabin in Roberts Creek 

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This micro cabin is the highest rated listing on BC’s sunshine coast, and its easy to see why. The tiny house is located on a heritage homestead. The family running this listing lives in the original farmhouse on the land, which was built in 1926 for the areas first school teacher. Beauty and history? I’m there!

Price – $92/night.

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Are you a tiny house fan? Which of these do you think is the cutest tiny house to stay at in British Columbia? Would you stay at any of these properties?

 

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Brooklyn Murtaugh

travel blogger

Hi! I’m Brooklyn, a Canadian whose aim is to see as much of the world as I can, on my limited vacation days. I work full time, and want to show you how it is possible to do just that, while still making use of those precious vacation days.

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