Ever wanted to escape the city, while perhaps living your best life on a private beach? Among the gazillion options that the Evergreen State presents, you can stay in a tiny beach Airbnb in Washington.
Located on the waterfront in Olympia, you can stay in this tiny home on wheels for only $77 a night. The one-bedroom property is perfect for two, so it's time to plan that night out with your boo.
Here's the best part: It comes with your own beach that you can access via a private trail with kayaks and life jackets!
If you get hungry during your stay, there's a fully-functional kitchen to whip up a quick meal. It comes with a cooktop, microwave, french-press coffee maker, a mini-fridge to chill your beers, and cookware. There's a stocked pantry too.
A four-night minimum stay is required at the "Bayside Bungalow", but you can message the host to see if there's availability for a night or two instead.
The tiny bungalow is perched on a hill above a shoreline bluff, with peek-a-boo views of Puget Sound. You can wake up to songbirds because it's nestled between fruit trees and surrounded by a lush garden and tall firs.
If you want to watch whales, birds, or take a hike (literally), the town of Lacey is just 8 minutes away.
While a mini gas fireplace and an electric heater will keep you cozy, you can also stargaze from INSIDE the house because this cute space comes with a loft skylight.
Dogs are allowed at this snug nook, so you can bring them along for a cuddle too.
No need to run down to the beach for a wash. It comes with an RV-sized hot water shower, composting toilet, and organic toiletries.
When you've had your fill of nature, you can chill by the private fire ring, play one of the board games from the house, or simply start sharing your coastal getaway to your Insta feed (because there's WiFi too).
Puget Sounders love their tiny homes, and this trend has only left us craving for a long weekend at everything from this HGTV-featured house in the woods to a cute gypsy wagon in Leavenworth. Which one are you off to?
Bayside Bungalow Tiny House
Price Per Night: $77
Neighborhood: Olympia, Washington
Why You Need To Go: Stay in a tiny, affordable house complete with a skylight, private beach access, and kayaks!