10 Terrific Tiny House Rentals in Massachusetts

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Brittany Varano
July 12, 2022
Updated October 15, 2023

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Home to charming seaside towns, fresh seafood, and jaw-dropping fall foliage — they say Don’t Miss Mass for a reason.

Massachusetts may be relatively small, but it has a lot to offer visitors. At the top of the list you’ll find the state’s nearly 200 miles of coastline, striking mountain ridges, and forested river valleys. Plus, Massachusetts experiences four distinct seasons that put on an incredible show of color in the fall and blinding white in the winter.

You could say that the land of pilgrims isn’t all that different from tiny home vacation rentals! Although small, tiny homes come packed with charm and character, all while offering a unique spin on traditional lodging. And you can’t beat amenities like private saunas or outdoor showers. It doesn’t matter if you’re planning a getaway to destinations like Cape Cod or the Berkshires — Massachusetts’s tiny home scene is an attraction in and of itself.

We have a feeling you’ll have a wicked good time with any of these exciting tiny house rentals in Massachusetts.

1. Beehive Cabin

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Why you should stay: A seasonal glampsite equipped with a cabin, tent, and library immersed in the Massachusetts State Forest.

  • Location: Orange
  • Sleeps: 2-12
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates start from: $278/night

Fall asleep to the gentle hum of honeybees at the Beehive Cabin, a tiny home on a bee sanctuary. Guests enjoy this spacious site all to themselves and can choose between three sleeping quarters; a tiny cabin, an A-frame library, or a towering tipi tent. All of which are minimally but tastefully furnished with homey decor.

The site has access to a private bathroom with hot showers and is also equipped with WiFi to ensure you stay connected to the world if desired. Outside, a sheltered picnic table with a brick fireplace creates a cozy place to dine al fresco. The Tully Mountain trailhead is just down the road, where hikers can view Tully Pond and the surrounding forest.

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Related Read: 10 Magical Glamping Destinations in New England

2. West End Tiny House

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Why you should stay: A classic East Coast cottage near the beaches of Cape Cod’s northern tip.

  • Location: Provincetown
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 4nights
  • Rates start from: $110/night

Relish the beauty of Cape Cod with a stay at the West End Tiny House. This cute little home is over 100 years old but has been lovingly updated with modern conveniences. And although the kitchen may be small, it’s certainly well-appointed, boasting a coffee maker and a space-saving fold-out table.

The home also features a walk-in shower and a choice between a lofted bedroom or pull-out sleeping arrangements. When the weather is nice, the backyard patio features a dining table and sun umbrella for fresh air lounging. Because this cottage is tucked on the island’s west end, guests enjoy a quieter atmosphere compared to other areas of the cape.

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Related Read: 10 Chill Romantic Getaways in Massachusetts

3. Cisco Cabin

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Why you should stay: An old scallop shanty turned modern tiny home on a small Cape Cod island.

  • Location: Nantucket
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 4-7 nights
  • Rates start from: $371/night

The Cisco Cabin is a delightfully rustic yet updated cabin with antiqued wooden walls and upscale finishes that include trendy decor and an iron stove. A pull-out bed and lofted sleeping space make this unique place to stay perfect for a group of four or couples seeking a romantic escape.

Behind the cabin is a lovely outdoor area consisting of a stone patio, fire pit, and a hammock. There’s even an outdoor cedar shower that makes it easy to rinse off after your day exploring nearby beaches. The property is located on the southern shores of Nantucket Island not far from Cisco Beach.

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Related Read: 10 Terrific Tiny House Rentals in Upstate New York

4. Hidden Cabin with Farm View

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Why you should stay: A dry cabin on an organic farm nestled in the scenic beauty of the Berkshires.

  • Location: Sheffield
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates start from: $64/night

This hidden cabin with farm view is a rustic studio cabin with open-screen windows that allows fresh air to waft through the space. The interior features a cozy window nook and a tabletop to prepare campfire meals for the fire pit outside. WiFi isn’t available on the property, allowing guests to enjoy an authentic glamping getaway.

On the farm, guests can walk meandering trails or stop at the farm store for local products. Nature lovers will appreciate how close popular destinations like the Appalachian Trail and the Housatonic River Valley are, where you can kayak, hike and explore to your heart’s content.

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Related Read: The 6 Best Scenic Byways to Fully Experience Massachusetts

5. Bright Tiny House

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Why you should stay: A beachy tiny home with a cozy patio in the heart of downtown Provincetown.

  • Location: Provincetown
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 3 nights
  • Rates start from: $175/night

A bright and airy seaside locale awaits you at this quaint tiny house. Inside, stark white walls are complemented beautifully by calm tones of blue and the wooden sliding farm door. The tiny home also features a fully equipped kitchenette and a small dining table that folds away to maximize space.

The hosts provide homey extras like beach towels, chairs, and toiletries. You’ll find this tiny escape ideally situated within walking distance to Provincetown’s Commercial Street, the Macmillan Pier, and most importantly, the beach.

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Related Read: Where to View the Best Fall Foliage in New England

6. The Tiny House

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Why you should stay: A storybook tiny cottage a short walk from Sconset Beach.

  • Location: Nantucket Island
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 3 nights
  • Rates start from: $325/night

The sight of charming seaside cottages and the fresh scent of blooming floral bushes welcome you to the island of Nantucket. The Tiny House is located along the eastern shore in the village of Siasconset. The home may be tiny, but the hosts have done an excellent job optimizing the interior with modern amenities and quaint decor.

Behind the home, a small wooden deck surrounded by lush gardens makes for a lovely spot to sip your morning coffee or evening wine. The village’s Sconset Bluff Walk and beach are easily accessible from the cottage.

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7. Enchanted Tiny Tower

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Why you should stay: A tiny tower in the Berkshires fit for royalty and not far from small-town attractions.

  • Location: Lee
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates start from: $299/night

One step through the eye-catching rounded door, and you’ll be swept away by the fantasy this enchanted tiny tower exudes. Every inch of this unique Massachusetts vacation rental oozes fairytale realness, from the castle-like exterior to the canopy bed. The home also features a tiny kitchen, a full bathroom, and expansive windows.

The tower is immersed in the quiet of the woods next to an idyllic pond topped with lily pads. An iron chimera welcomes nightly bonfires, and four acres of garden-filled land add more magic to the experience.

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Related Read: 7 Magical Treehouse Rentals in New Hampshire

8. Sigren Summerhouse

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Why you should stay: A barn turned tiny home along a babbling creek in upper Cape Cod.

  • Location: Sandwich
  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates start from: $450/night

As tiny homes go, the Sigren Summerhouse is a spacious getaway. The interior boasts an open floor plan and a sleeping loft with two plush beds. Numerous windows and skylights make the space feel even larger, allowing sunshine to illuminate every inch. Scandinavian-inspired decor fills the home, and you’ll even find a relaxing sauna in the back.

The grassy yard is equipped with a picnic table, hammock, and fire pit, providing an excellent place to soak up Cape Cod sunshine. There’s even on-site parking available, a rare amenity for tiny homes in the area.

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9. Custom Tiny House

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Why you should stay: A quaint tiny home on the Massachusetts-New Hampshire border.

  • Location: Merrimac
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates start from: $150/night

Escape the daily grind with a peaceful staycation at this custom tiny house just 45 minutes from Boston. Inside, guests enjoy a ground-floor lounge space consisting of a couch, desk, and kitchen nook. The home features two lofts, one furnished with a queen bed and the other for relaxing. There’s also a full bathroom inside with a composting toilet. This tiny home is on the host’s property, but guests enjoy privacy thanks to its locale along the edge of the woods.

Guest Victoria shares, “If you have never experienced a tiny house, this is the place to stay to do it. Its rustic, bohemian, whimsical charm will sweep you off your feet.”

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10. Mahican Cabin

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Why you should stay: An outdoorsy tiny cabin perched atop the Hoosac Ridge with panoramic views of rolling hills.

  • Location: North Adams
  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Rates start from: $235/night

Disconnect in the peaceful surroundings found at the Mahican Cabin, a rustic cabin with a modern interior. The home’s plush bed topped with a memory foam mattress ensures guests rest peacefully at night. Other unique amenities are on offer, including an outdoor shower, a hammock tied between two trees, and “Cabin Concierge Service.”

This add-on service makes your stay easy with the option to order food or wine delivery, or make set-up requests for the hosts. From the covered deck, marvel at the unobstructed views of the Berkshires. The home is nestled on a property that borders a vast preserve guaranteeing peace and quiet during your stay.

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