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Hood Canal Tiny Home

· Lilliwaup, Mason, Washington
1 acre hosted by Heather S.
Tiny home tucked away in the trees on just over a half acre, features a full bath, vaulted ceilings, and a sleeping loft as well as a futon pull out couch. Couch is suited for a smaller person or child. Bring your sleeping pads, sleeping bags, blankets and pillows and sleep inside, or pitch a tent outside under the stars. Sit around the outdoor firepit and enjoy the peaceful surroundings while you read a book or roast a marshmallow. You will be minutes away from Hamma Hamma Oyster Saloon as well as Lake Cushman, Rocky Brook Falls, Dosewallips and Duckabush River. Lots of places to explore nearby.
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7 ratings · 6 reviews
Styles C.recommends
August 21, 2023
Hood Canal Tiny Home
We loved the cabin! One of us stayed inside and the rest of us in tents, there was plenty of space for us to accommodate two tents. Having access to a kitchen and bathroom while also feeling like we were at a regular campsite was a perfect blend of convenience and outdoor enjoyment. The area was fairly quiet with easy access to the forest and surrounding waterways. The hosts were friendly and easy to communicate with, absolutely wonderful stay. Thank you so much!
Paul G.recommends
July 31, 2023
Hood Canal Tiny Home
Great little place!
Great little place! We were a group of three older gentlemen who went up to the National Forest to go adventure riding. Great Communication with hosts and the tiny house had almost everything we needed. The hosts left us a large propane stove, a barbecue and a really nice propane fire pit (there was a campfire ban in the forest). The ice maker in the kitchen was a plus. The place was very clean and the hot shower after getting back from a full day in the forest on the trails was perfect. Bring sleeping bags, sleeping pads and pillows. The fold out couch was really meant for a smaller person so it wasn’t that comfortable for a large man. There is an electric pancake grill, ice maker, refrigerator and microwave in the tiny kitchen, but no stove (which didn’t bother us). There was also clean towels and washcloths. Overall, it was exactly what we needed! I would definitely stay there again.
Tharon D.recommends
May 29, 2023
Hood Canal Tiny Home
1st of many Hipcamp adventures
This was a trip to remember! When we arrived the fire pit was well stocked….Which is where we spent a lot of our time reconnecting with each other and nature. The cabin is so adorable and well equipped with everything you need! It is a quiet and peaceful spot. If you stay up in the loft make sure you put your mattress where you can look out the little window at the stars ✨. The hosts are so sweet and there for you if you need. We will definitely be back!
Jeremy S.recommends
October 2, 2022
Hood Canal Tiny Home
Quiet, comfy, relaxing
This little cabin was so comfy, and cozy. It was clean when we arrived, and had several movies, and board games to play. We went for relaxation above all else, and enjoyed hanging out and talking around the fire pit. It is backed up to a little bit of nature, that my wife absolutely loved. It gets very dark, so you can see a lot of stars on a clear night. It also gets very quiet at night. We LOVED this little cabin, and absolutely recommend it to anyone. Thanks for a lovely stay!
Taylor P.recommends
September 9, 2022
Hood Canal Tiny Home
Great little spot! The tiny house was super cozy, shower very nice. Perfect place to camp for the night.
Lissa L.recommends
August 30, 2022
Hood Canal Tiny Home
What a delightful basecamp, so to speak, for the wide range of outdoor adventures nearby! I was surprised to even have cell service. The kitchen and bathroom were perfectly suited for our needs, as we did bring food and beverages to enjoy at the Tiny Home. The windows allowed fir wonderful ventilation, and the fire pit and chairs made for relaxing outdoor seating, even during a fire ban. It was lovely and we plan to return!
Lilliwaup, Mason, Washington, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Cayuse, Umatilla and Walla Walla, S’Klallam, dxʷsəq̓ʷəbš (Suquamish), and Twana/Skokomish First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Heather S.Joined in May 2021
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