Here in North Carolina we are starting to get little tastes of spring, last week we had a few inches of snow and then two days later it was 74 degrees outside! With the warming of the seasons I can’t but help thinking about the beach, so I thought this would be a neat small house to show you all. This is actually a rental that you can go stay at, located in the UK, Bembridge, Isle of Wright.
Recently I was emailed this post and beam cabin by one of our readers, thanks Greg!, that is located in BC Canada. The Cabin is actually for sale right now, but its very stunning! Their website is here The cabin is 16’x20′ on main floor and 9’x16′ loft on 2.3 acre lot. Built in 2010 by Pioneer Log Homes Craftsmen.
This cozy cabin just reminds me of mountain vacation homes, with a simple appointments and a comfy rustic feel, sounds like a great place to get away! This is actually a rental across the pond in Worcestershire. Here is what their owner had to say about the house:
The Hatch Cabin is as eclectic as the Hatch is as a whole. Creatively and colorfully decorated by Ben and Nada with art, quirky objects, fabrics, rugs, big comfy bean bags and cushions for afternoon lounging, the odd musical instrument and fresh flowers from the garden, it’s a cozy and homely space. Perfect for a group of friends, for a family happy to just hang out, or even as a romantic retreat.
It’s all quite informal: the four bunks, double futon and all sorts of other sleeping scenarios make for a flexible escape – as one would expect at The Hatch. Even though it’s relatively close to the main house, it feels very private and peaceful. The views from its own little garden in the meadow are lovely. You’ll see tiny marsh tits in the morning, woodpeckers almost every day and owls in the evening.
I found this awesome little house today which has an interesting feature… The decks fold up so that it looks like an old shed, but then come down to form a porch and reveal a tiny home. The wood in the house is gorgeous with chunky beams and the post and beam style is amazing.
The Foresters Cabin was originally erected at the 1996. This cabin 24′ x 12′ has drop sides so it looks like a shed when closed up. The structure is a pegged green oak frame. It has a double bed alcove, small washroom/wc and kitchenette.
I have some exciting news, The Tiny Life has been featured in a Hytte Magazine. The magazine is a Norwegian publication that features cabins. Published out of Oslo, it is the first for this blog! What’s next….? Time will tell 🙂
I don’t have a link for you all yet, but here is the cover.
Here is their homepage put through google translator: click here