I love watching Tiny House Hunters on the weekends with my dad. This series comes on HGTV. From as long as I can remember, I’ve always loved tiny houses. I love how tiny houses are so tiny yet innovative and so creative, that they are actually livable. I’m not sure that I would like to live in a tiny house when I’m older but, I wanted the chance to stay in one to see how some people do it!
My mom found a tiny home community in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania which is called Tiny Estates. It was very cute little community where you can rent a tiny home like you do a hotel room. Some houses were bigger than others but just like staying in a hotel this little community had a lot to offer in ways of amenities.
Check out the Tiny Estates website. My mom, sister and I stayed in The Eagle Cabin. The Eagle Cabin is one of the “bigger” tiny houses but it’s still tiny! My first reaction to this particular cabin was I love the colors both the exterior and the interior. It felt really cozy and I was very impressed. The interior was bright an welcoming. Everything was laid out very nicely. The overall look was very modern and that really just stroked all the right vibes with me!
The overall premises of the Tiny Estates was pretty neat. There was a pond in the middle of all the Tiny houses and there were open places to have a cookout and to roast marshmallows. The community was friendly, peaceful, and very welcoming.
Please enjoy my photos below of this great experience.
Staying in this Tiny House was like living out an HGTV dream and I’m so thankful that I had the opportunity to experience this. Glamping was on My 2018 Bucket List and so this was a major check off! If you ever get a chance to experience the Tiny Living, you definitely should give it a try. I have come to a final conclusion that while I think this lifestyle is neat it’s definitely not for me but I don’t mind doing it as a vacation but permanently no way!
Also if you try out this particular tiny living community you should also go see Alpacas about 10 minutes away in Mount Joy, PA. They are really a MUST SEE!