There is no denying tiny houses are becoming one of the most popular holiday accommodations around the world. So many vacation-focused properties are adding tiny houses to meet up the ongoing trend.
The Tiny House Salamander installed in the natural park of Combe Rossignol, approximately 40km north of Dijon, France is one recent example. It is part of five unusual rental accommodations at the park.
Built by French tiny house maker Baluchon, the Tiny House Salamander is dressed in signature wooden and green hues on the outside, which is a good combination with a nature theme to it. There are shingles on the upper sections of the vertical sides of the tiny house, adding a cool touch to its overall appearance.
Being designed as a tiny house rental, minimal space is used for the kitchen and there is a dining table for four. The living room is spacious and bright owing to two large windows on both sides of the tiny house. It has a sofa that converts into a bed easily.
A staircase provides access to the mezzanine bedroom surrounded by four windows to get outside views and natural light. Furthermore, there is also a bathroom with a shower, dry toilet and a washbasin. It provides guests with a small yet comfortable space amidst nature.
The Tiny House Salamander is now available for rent through Combe Rossignol.