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You Can Stay In This HGTV-Featured Tiny Washington House In The Woods For $69

We're all fans of hygge, minimalism and the art of Pinteresting away for small spaces. But picture this: An enchanting little house with nothing but the woods and starry skies for company. You can rent a tiny Airbnb in Washington's woods that'll likely make Goldilocks jealous! 

A dream come true for minimalists, this cute house was even featured on one of the episodes of HGTV's Tiny House Big Living. It sits pretty amongst the trees in Clinton, Washington and is close to wineries, beaches, and even the ferry if you don't want to drive here. 

It's good for 4 people and has 2 beds — While one is a loft bed with a skylight to gaze at the stars without the chill of the outdoors, the other one is a futon in the living area that converts into a cozy berth. And if you split it with three of your other buds, that's only $17.25 for a night!  The Tiny House is also close to a few short hiking trails if you are in the mood to soak up some nature.

At night, you can stargaze by the outdoor fire pit with magical fairy lights on a macrame swing, or roast marshmallows and barbecue, if the weather permits. You're also welcome to gather and chop up your own wood. It's as rustic as it gets.

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There's also a wood-top stove and a mini-fridge if you'd rather use that, and stocked essentials (we're looking at you, marshmallows) to whip up a quick meal. 

The charming cottage comes with a shower too. But here's where it gets interesting — It has an eco-friendly, waterless, composting toilet. Don't worry, it comes with instructions on how to use it.

Although this cozy accommodation in the woods has a projection screen to catch up on all the classics you've been meaning to rewatch, there's no cable or WiFi. Because, let's face it, you're in a wooded-setting.

You can, however, take your pick from the many DVDs, books and board games that are available. It's also dog-friendly, meaning you can bring your pooch along for some extra cuddlin', and Fido doesn't have to be left with the sitters again.

There's no dearth of cute spaces for a quick getaway in the lap of Washington. While at some stays, you can have llamas walk up to your room, others are literal "Hobbit" houses. But if you're looking for a secluded glamping escape in the woods, welcome home. 

Tiny House

Price Per Night: $69

Neighborhood: Clinton, Washington

Why You Need To Go: Stay in a tiny, affordable house in the woods with nothing but the stars and the forest for company. 

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