Go Glamping In Style At This Rustic Tiny Home In Rhode Island
Hey, Rhode Islanders… could you use a quiet getaway? We thought so. While these remain strange and often stressful times, we can certainly count our blessings for living in the Ocean State. If you’re in need of a bit of a digital detox and a peaceful escape from reality, check out this adorable tiny home in Scituate. One weekend here will leave you feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.
This tiny house cabin rental is located in Providence County, but you'll feel like you're in your own world when you visit.
The home sits on the edge of woods on a 13-acre property on the outskirts of Scituate. This place was made for peace and quiet.
The cabin is extremely tiny, but it's the perfect little space for a solo getaway or a couples escape.
While the space is small, it has everything you need for a quiet vacation.
The cozy living area has plenty of seating and space to enjoy a good book, a board game, or just some good old-fashioned relaxation.
The cabin has electricity, running water, basic appliances, and a TV. However, it doesn't have WiFi, meaning it's the perfect place to disconnect.
The kitchen is small (of course), but between the refrigerator, stove, and coffee maker, you'll have everything you'll need to cook your meals.
And despite this being a rural location, good takeout is never far away.
The sleeping area has a comfortable queen-sized bed and plenty of space to stretch out after a long day.
The cabin also has a small bathroom with a standup shower.
Of course, weather permitting, you'll want to spend plenty of time enjoying the outdoor space.
The area has plenty of wildlife, so keep an eye out for deer, turkeys, raccoons, and skunks in the area.
Rates vary for this adorable tiny home, but it typically rents for around $150 per night.
For less than the price of most hotel rooms, you can enjoy this quiet off-the-grid space.
This cozy little glamping cabin has a flawless rating on Airbnb. Book it for your next getaway
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