The Ottawa-Gatineau region is full of unique and exciting Airbnb properties. When it comes to booking a mini-break or a weekend away, it’s hard not to be overwhelmed by the vast number of options available. If you’re looking for a stay that’s both extraordinary and budget-friendly, why not explore a tiny house? These tiny home Airbnbs near Ottawa are super unusual, and you’ll be amazed at the wonders that are hidden inside!

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Tiny homes are becoming increasingly popular in Canada, with many budget-conscious people choosing to build their own mini house, rather than purchase expensive real estate.

While most of us probably aren’t ready to move into a pocket-sized property just yet, there’s plenty of epic tiny homes in the Ottawa-Gatineau area that are just waiting to be discovered.

From bathtubs to log burners, these Airbnbs have everything you could possibly need during a mini-break, and many of them have so much more.

If you want to experience living the tiny-house lifestyle, but aren’t ready to downsize just yet, it’s an awesome way to see if you can hack it!

Better still, many of the region’s mini Airbnbs come with a totally reasonable nightly price tag, so it’s also an amazing experience if you’re just looking for something fun to do before the end of the winter season.

Whatever your reason for wanting to explore the smaller side of housing, these Ottawa area Airbnbs are the perfect place to start…

Rustic Tiny Living

Price Per Night: From $75

Neighbourhood: Chelsea, QC

Why You Need To Go: This charming and rustic home is the perfect place for you to test-drive tiny house living.

This mini property is only 200 square ft in size, but it has two bedroom lofts, a full bathroom, on-demand hot water, a toilet and fully-equipped kitchen.

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Meech Lake Tiny House

Price Per Night: From $100

Neighbourhood: Chelsea, QC

Why You Need To Go: While this little home is only 24 ft x 13ft, it still somehow seems spacious. The cozy interior has a dreamy wood stove and a fully-operational kitchen, so there’s no reason to ever leave this snuggly spot!

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The Oasis Tiny House

Price Per Night: From $55

Neighbourhood: Brownsburg, QC

Why You Need To Go: This “micro-mansion” is nestled in the middle of a nature-lovers paradise, so it’s the perfect peaceful getaway for anyone wanting to escape the hustle and bustle of the city.

While it’s only small in size, it’s got tons of personality, and you’ll find yourself wanting to return again and again and again!

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Greenhouse Oasis

Price Per Night: From $75

Neighbourhood: Gatineau, QC

Why You Need To Go: This old greenhouse has that retro charm that will certainly make all of your Instagram followers jealous.

As it's just a short distance from downtown Ottawa, Gatineau Park and the beautiful Aylmer Marina, there’s plenty to do if you start feeling claustrophobic.

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Mini Chalet With Lake Views

Price Per Night: From $70

Neighbourhood: Sainte-Lucie-des-Laurentides, QC

Why You Need To Go: If you’re worried about feeling cramped in a little building, it’s worth the extra drive to find an Airbnb that you will definitely feel comfortable in!

This sweet spot is slightly bigger than a standard tiny house, so it’s an ideal stepping-stone if you’re nervous about downsizing.

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"The Kube" Treehouse Resort

Price Per Night: From $160

Neighbourhood: Saint-Sauveur, QC

Why You Need To Go: Escape from the city in this treehouse-inspired cabin in the woods.

While you may have to drive a little further to reach this romantic home, you’ll have no regrets when you wake up to the sounds of birds chirping in the trees around you.

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Shepherd's Hut

Price Per Night: From $125

Neighbourhood: Labelle, QC

Why You Need To Go: While this mini-maison is located a little further away from Ottawa, it's definitely worth the drive into Quebec.

According to the host, the home is “inspired by the Victorian Origin of a Shepherd’s shelter.” If you want a little more “glam” from your glamping experience, look no further!

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