Rainbow Serai Bungalow Inn is located in Rikuzentakata-shi, Iwate, Japan, near Hirota Bay. 10 beautiful, handmande tiny homes grace the property. I’d tell you more, but I can’t read Japanese.
I suppose it makes more sense to stay in a Mongolian yurt while in, say, Mongolia, but if you’re headed to Canada anytime soon you can stay in one there, too.
Cabot Shores, a resort on Cape Breton Island, allows you to stay in one of five Mongolian-style yurts, each of which has its own deck and fantastic views. The yurts were hand built and hand painted by Mongolian families, and feature handmade furniture and skylights. Unfortunately, you’ll have to walk a little way to the restroom, but that’s just a chance to see more stars.
Visit them online at cabotshores.com.
Strandcamping Groede, on the west coast of the Netherlands, offers tiny home camping right on the beach.
These comfortable, modern cabins are suitable for up to four adults, and feature kitchenettes and panoramic views.
Check out their website here: www.strandcampinggroede.nl
Nestled in a secluded field in Derbyshire, with views of Carsington Water, the EcoPods provide a small but beautiful warm living space for weekends and holidays.
Visit them online at: www.ecopodholidays.co.uk
Tinywood Homes is a beautiful tiny house hotel in Warwickshire, build by two friends who were enamored of the tiny house movement.
Walk from this community of luxury tiny home rentals to any of 6 award-winning local pubs, or enjoy a night under the stars in your cedar hot tub.
Find their website at: tinywoodhomes.webs.com.
Possibly the funkiest on this list, Airstream Europe is a collection of vintage trailers nestled in the foothills of the Pyrénées near Mirepoix, a medieval town in southern France.
10 American aluminum trailers from the 1940s through 1970s are available to rent. The property also features the kitschy Apollo’s Bar, a throwback diner, and a funky cedar hot tub.
Check them out at www.airstreameurope.com.