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The Pod

Here is a camping pod that could easily take the form of a Tiny House. It reminds me a little bit of a Vardo. With simple lines and a interesting roof line, The Pod has several locations through out England, these are designed to be mini cabins. Many are not even tied into the grid, making for an inexpensive mountain getaway. There isn’t mention of cost, but I would venture a guess between $5000-$10,000 to have one built for you and delivered.


Well it’s a rather well built, insulated wooden hut that provides basic accommodation much in the way of a tent. They are of a modest size with good headroom, an interior floor area some eight feet wide by nine feet long and a forward projecting porch to provide some shelter if the doors are open. In most cases there will be a raised area of timber decking extending the ‘living area’ and providing somewhere to sun-bathe, prepare food or when the weather is bad, lose the wet gear before going inside.

3 outside

look inside

insdie bed


  1. These pods seem to defeat the purpose of “camping”, which I believe is getting closer to Nature. Except for the door, there’s one teeny tiny window too high to see out of.

    My vintage trailer is 250 sq ft, LOTS of windows, so I can see and hear the creek behind me, and the birds and squirrels in the trees and shrubs all around me. I just spent the winter in a big house (petsitting for friends) and felt like I was in a box.

    Tiny Houses have the potential to “feel” bigger than a big house…but only if they are designed and built to let in the surrounding sights and sounds.

    That’s just my opinion. I don’t think I would be happy in one of these pods.

  2. What a world we stay in!!?! It just shows us all as much as the fools we are?

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