Get Cozy With A Weekend Getaway In This Charming Tiny House In Maine

Of all the ways to enjoy some time in Maine, getting closer to nature is one of our favorites. But you can do that without having to hit the trails or even set up a tent! Instead, consider spending a few nights in an unconventional home right on the banks of a river! This tiny house is off-the-grid, but still offers all the comforts you need for a cozy little stay in the woods. Plus, it’s within minutes of stores and restaurants!

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The Crooked River Tiny House is about $100 per night and can be booked through It was recently featured in Maine Magazine. The home has solar power which allows for light at night. The solar battery also allows for charging phones and computers. You’ll even find an entire hard drive full of movies! It also has a compost toilet and you might be surprised at just how lovely it smells.

We love that animals are allowed, too. They once even hosted a mini-pig! This is also a great place to celebrate something special. The owner has set up engagements and even Christmases here!

One of the things we love best about visiting this tiny house is the location! It’s just a few minutes from one of our favorite small towns in Maine. Norway is a charming Maine town that deserves a visit! Especially if you love breweries, pubs, and fun independent shops.

Address: North Waterford, Waterford, ME 04088, USA