Wanna Take a Tiny Home for a Test Drive? In the Rockies?
They've got one hell of a backyard, that's for sure
Interested in trying out a tiny home but not sure if it’ll make you go stir-crazy?
Looking for a vacation near scenic Boulder, Colorado?
WeeCasa can solve both problems at once.
A colony of tiny homes reworked as a riverside retreat, WeeCasa offers a range of stays, from the seriously tiny (135 square feet) to the actually rather expansive (a sleeps-five loft with two queen-sized beds and a fold-out). Rates start at $139 per night and climb to $214.
Our pick is the two-person WeeCasa 5, with 170 square feet on the main floor and another 70 in the sleeping loft, plus everything you’d need to prepare a basic meal, with an induction and mini-fridge at your disposal.
The Four Seasons, it’s not. But it might be the closest you can easily get to a cabin in the woods, with everything you need to recoup before heading back into the woods for another day of adventure.
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