Inside a secluded tiny home village starting at $205 a night that’s a balance between ‘camping and a hotel’

The tiny home trend is experiencing a renaissance in tourism.

Americans rave about a remote little cabin village a 1.5-hour drive from Boston, Massachusetts.

An example of a cabin rental in the forest


An example of a cabin rental in the forestPhoto credit: GETTY

Getaway offers small cabin rental communities nationwide.

Despite 15 outposts and counting, one of the most popular locations is a secluded destination in Epsom, New Hampshire, starting at $205 per night.

However, if you book in advance for the winter months, the price can be as low as $150.

Getaway Blake Brook is surrounded by nature with a stream running through its 42 cabins on 49 acres of private land.

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The company was founded by university friends Jon Staff and Pete Davis, both of whom were inspired by the power and tranquility of nature in their personal lives.

The cabin has a queen bed (or queen bunk bed), air conditioning + heating, a two-burner stove, hot shower, chairs + picnic table, and sink + drinking water.

Certainly not a luxurious stay, but the cabin chain prides itself on offering “everything you need and nothing you don’t.”

However, if you need an activity, the space is close to Bear Brook State Park, Gilmanton Winery & Vineyard, and Hannaford.

What holiday guests have to say

Getaway has found its customers.

The camp has a 4.6 out of five star rating and over 150 guests share their positive experiences.

“We love the balance between camping and hotel. “You have all the amenities you need, but you’re still in the middle of the forest and you can enjoy the peace and quiet of nature,” said Andrew S..

Tina F. said: “Exactly the level of camping I would ever do. We spent both days relaxing at a lake and fishing, and ended the night with a campfire.”

Some reviewers offered improvements but were still happy with their stay.

Maranda R. said, “The only suggestion we have is that they install an accordion door for the bathroom instead of a regular door.”


Although there are more and more tiny houses available that allow Americans to own property, renting tiny houses may not be the most affordable option.

Nature is free, but hospitality is a luxury.

According to Statista, the U.S. hotel industry’s average daily rate was $148.83 in 2022.

But Americans seem willing to pay more for a unique experience.

Please note that Getaway reservations can only be rescheduled up to 15 days prior to the reservation.

Changing a reservation 14 days or less away will incur a $25 change fee.

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Aila Slisco

Aila Slisco is a Dailynationtoday U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Aila Slisco joined Dailynationtoday in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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