There was nothing typical about 2020, and 2021 seems to be making some statements of its own. Now more than ever, many couples are looking to get away, even for a quick weekend trip. What better time to plan a trip than Valentine’s Day weekend? To make it a truly special and memorable event, change up the ordinary getaway: Try a tiny house vacation. You can skip the shared spaces of a typical hotel: Glamping getaways are the ideal way to celebrate special moments together. Follow local and state Covid-19 orders and social distancing protocols in the check-in process to limit interaction between guests and staff, in cleaning protocols for common areas and a redesign of on-site events and activities to accommodate social distancing guidelines. Enjoy your vacation while skipping the typical crowded hotel elevator or passing shoulder-to-shoulder with other guests down long hotel hallways. Take a look at these romantic tiny house destinations across the country.
The Leavenworth Tiny House Village is a tiny gem that sits just east of Seattle with the beautiful Cascade Mountains providing the perfect backdrop to relax or enjoy numerous recreational activities in the secluded alpine setting Leavenworth, Washington. The village is home to tiny houses Adeline, Belle, Hanna, Otto and Rudolph, ranging in size from 181 to 307 square feet. From skiing at Steven's Pass Ski Resort to ice fishing at Fish Lake, it’s the perfect romantic Valentine’s escape. The Bavarian town of Leavenworth is world famous for its Bavarian architecture, seasonal festivals, unique German restaurants, specialty shops, and art galleries.
Head toward warmer weather this Valentine’s Day and visit the tiny houses of Verde Valley, near the Red Rocks of Sedona. Finn and Rose, at 258 and 218 square feet respectively, each sleep three and welcome new guests like long-lost friends. Rich in geological and cultural history, the area surrounding Verde Valley RV Campground offers hours of exploration and sightseeing. From the famous ghost town of Jerome to kayaking the Verde River to scenic drives through Sedona, and wine tasting right next-door, there is adventure and mystery at every turn.
Cozy up in tiny houses outside of Portland at the Mt. Hood Tiny House Village. The biggest of Petite Retreats’ tiny house villages, this location features Anderson, Atticus, Ingrid, Lincoln, Savannah, Scarlett and Zoe, ranging from just 175 square feet to a roomy 358. Fun and adventure can be found within minutes of the tiny house village. Take a hike on some of the 700 groomed hiking trails, try rock climbing, sit back and watch the local birds, and explore the fishing lakes and streams. Mt. Hood offers a unique way to experience the artistry and culinary vibe of Portland while surrounded by the nature of the Pacific Northwest. After your day of adventure, relax by the fire pit outside your tiny house with a mug of hot cocoa.
Soak up the sunshine at the Sunshine Key Tiny House Village. Sleeping two to six guests and decked out in a palette of bright, tropical colors, Hemingway, Isla, Kai, Lucy and Pearl are the ideal seaside escape. Imagine stepping out of your tiny house to the shore of the Gulf with your coffee in the morning and enjoying the ocean breeze. Located on the 75-acre island of Ohio Key, in the lower Florida Keys, Sunshine Key Tiny House Village is the perfect Valentine’s Day weekend destination. Sunshine Key provides the perfect getaway for ocean activities, or just relaxing at the water's edge for romance. The Florida Keys are always a popular destination for families and snowbirds alike, and with the colorful tiny houses that boast of spectacular ocean views, you’ll never want to leave. Here's to a Valentine’s Day that won’t be forgotten!