Take a staycation in these incredible tiny house and shipping container homes in Texas.
Located nearby the major cities like Austin, Houston and San Antonio, this is a great way for a couple or small family to get away from the crowds without traveling too far. The Lonestar state offers a mix of exciting environments for tourists and staycationers of all tastes. Whether you want to enjoy the fine dining and entertainment of a large city or the walking trails of a state park, Texas has you covered.
Despite everything being bigger in Texas, you can still access micro-real estate for a travel experience like no other.
These tiny houses and shipping container homes let you supersize your adventure while snuggling at night in compact quarters.
A massive color pop of teal welcomes guests to the East Atomic Ranch shipping container home on Austin's east side.
This modern home features a unique and funky aesthetic and boasts a comfy loft space for guests looking for a genuine tiny house experience.
Despite its diminutive size, the container home features a sitting area, walk-in shower, and kitchen. To stay comfortable in Texas hot and cold climate, an AC/heater combo is installed and ready for climate control.
Room darkening shades make it possible to rest off a night out through the early morning hours while a backyard deck and patio provide an opportunity to enjoy the outdoors throughout the night.
Whether you want to get away for the weekend or stay well outside the city sprawl of Forth Worth and Dallas on a trip to the region, the Farmhouse Tiny Home in Bluff Dale makes it possible with an hour-long, traffic depending, commute to the city.
The Farmhouse Tiny Home is able to accommodate four guests in a truly farmhouse chic tiny house situated on a working ranch.
A tiny home construction site is located nearby and can be toured with an appointment, and guests can also explore the ranch property and see the animals.
Features include a flush toilet, two-burner cooktop, microwave and basic kitchen tools. Shower is available.
The Copper Can is a shipping container rental as bright as its name and full of aesthetic touches and amenities. Guests can enjoy lounging on a luxurious rooftop deck before retiring for an evening relaxing in a Japanese soaker tub after a meal prepared in the fully equipped kitchen.
The queen size bed allows you to choose your own adventure with adjustments and a vibrating feature while fur throws and luxurious rugs make for a comfy, cozy experience no matter the Texas weather.
Copper Can is located in a seven-acre wood pasture with excellent views of nature and pets. Breakfast is included with the rental as well as basic drinks and condiments.
This hideaway is the perfect romantic retreat or getaway spot when visiting the Dallas/Fort Worth metro area.
A traditionally quaint tiny home experience is offered by the Tiny Cabin in the Austin-area Hill Country. Situated on 1.5 acres, this two-guest masterpiece combines a picturesque cabin exterior with crisp white and natural wood interiors.
Guests can use the queen-size bed in the sleeping loft or stay downstairs to avoid a ladder climb. The bathroom features a cartridge toilet and a wine-barrel basin shower.
Kitchen amenities include a three-burner stove, refrigerator and compact. The working vacationer will find a desk with pull out working space in this tiny cabin, making it an accessible work retreat.
Celebrity status is also part of the experience as this Tiny Cabin has appeared on HGTV.
If a waterside retreat is more your speed, the Bluebonnet Tiny Home Rental provides access to a private lake and beautiful fields of bluebonnets in season.
A queen-size bed is offered downstairs or guests can opt for a twin-size adventure in the loft of this crisp blue masterpiece.
Despite the added sleeping accommodations, children and pets are not invited to this quiet retreat.
The tiny home features full-size appliances and a stunning view of the four-acre Granite Lake and its seasonal wildlife. Other tiny homes are located on the property, so you can up the social ante at the retreat based if desired.
Otherwise, enjoy solo walks and quiet lakeside seating before returning to deluxe indoor accommodations.
Crisp interiors and stunning views are a major selling point for the Luxury Lake Travis Hill Country Cottage — it has all the windows to add to the spacious feeling of its generous, well-appointed living space.
It's also a great retreat for families with a four-guest occupancy limit. This Spicewood tiny home is a luxury masterpiece with high-end appliances and easy access to the Briarcliff boat ramp on Lake Travis.
Only 25 miles from downtown Austin, it is a perfect option for those wanting to explore fine dining or an evening of entertainment in the capital city before returning home for a night of quiet repose.
The Little Grey Fox offers a quaint space with the subtle touches tiny houses are noted for. A gentle color scheme provides a soothing atmosphere while a more spacious interior offers room for three guests.
An excellent retreat for a trio, this house provides easy access to the Texas Hill Country and the Lost Maples State Park. For travelers, Hunt provides a great jumping off point on the way to or return trip from a more urban vacation.
Both sleeping areas are accessible via ladders, so property owners request all guests be 18 or older. Bathroom accommodations include a walk-in shower, and Wi-Fi is available.
Another Tiny House with major-league star power, the Serendip Tiny House of Zen has been featured on Netflix.
With the space to accommodate four guests in two beds, the Serendip Tiny House is ready for a group trip with 400 square feet of living space all on one floor. Children are welcome, and the lack of loft space also makes this space perfect for those unwilling to crawl into loft spaces.
The 14-acre property provides easy access to a fruit orchard, fishing pond and gorgeous gardens for an afternoon of meandering.
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