Welcome to Tiny Vermont!

Nestled in their own little valley and surrounded by babbling brooks, Tiny Vermont was built as an escape for friends to get away in the heart of the Green Mountain State! 

The world is a crazy place right now, and things can seem overwhelming. Everyone is looking forward to when things can go back to hugs and handshakes, and being close to the ones we love. That being said, the spirt of Tiny Vermont is togetherness, and, given the current situation, the tiny houses offer a great way to spend time with friends and family, while having separate accommodations to maintain safe distancing. 

Grill out on the deck, play some corn-hole, relax around the fire pit, and check out all that Quechee/Woodstock and the surrounding area has to offer (which is a lot!). Be it swimming, biking or golf in the summer, leaf-peeping and hiking in the fall, skiing or riding in the winter or brewery-hopping in the spring, Vermont is the perfect year-round vacation destination! Check out the EXPLORE page for a complete list of things to do in the area…

Tiny houses are not just fun and cozy, they are better for the environment, with their smaller carbon footprint, they require less energy to heat and cool, and create less waste. 

We look forward to your stay!

- Tiny Vermont


Answers to common questions:

Yes! Consider it “glamping” at its finest, both houses having plumbing like a regular house, with a kitchen sink, bathroom sink, flushing toilet and shower/bath. One house has a walk-in shower and the other has a jet-tub with shower. 

Yes! Both houses have their own kitchen, with a sink, two-burner gas stove, toaster-oven, electric kettle and half-fridge with small freezer. In addition, both houses are equipped with a coffee grinder and french press for your morning cup! There is also an electric grill on the deck. 

Yes! Both houses have a sleeping loft with a queen-sized mattress, but if you don’t want to climb into the loft, both houses have a couch on the main floor that pulls out into a queen-sized bed!

We knew you would ask that! Yes, there is wifi, so you can remain conected and instagram all the fun you are having! BTW, don’t forget to tag us in your photos! (#thetinyvermont)

We really think you should unplug and unwind, but yes, both houses have a flatscreen tv equipped with the ability to stream your own netflix, hulu or sling accounts so you can cozy-up and binge your favorite series on those cold winter nights!

There are 4 queen-sized beds total. Each house has a queen bed in the loft and each house has a couch that folds into a queen-size bed on the main floor. 

Jake’s Market is just down the road in Quechee and has a great selection of food, beer and wine. They also carry things like duraflame logs for the fire pit, meats and veggies for grilling, and s’mores supplies!

If you are looking for a larger selection, there is a Walmart, Walgreens, BJ’s BestBuy and Home Depot 10 minutes away in West Lebanon, NH. 

There are Tesla charging stations located about 10 minutes away in West Lebanon, NH, across from the Home Depot.

Many of the restaurants in the area can accomodate a gluten free diet. Check out The Skinny Pancake just down the road for some excellent gluten free crepes! Worthy Kitchen is also a great spot with fantastic local food and beers, or check out the Harpoon Brewery in Windsor, VT. 

For a list of great restaurants in the area, click here!

There is a ton of fun stuff to do in the area! From skiing and riding in the winter, to mountain bikking, tubing and swimming in the summer, and hiking or brewery-hopping in the fall/spring, there is always an adventure waiting to be had!

To see a list of local activities, click here!

Great question! For a list of excellent breweries, and a map, click here!

It is a 2 hour drive door-to-door from most locations in and around Boston. 

Yes! The Lebanon Municipal Airport is about a 10 minute drive from the tiny houses. 

You can check out their website by clicking here

For a list of great restaurants in the area, click here!