Nestled in the trees on a five acre property is the Mayu Tiny House. Mayu, meaning “cocoon” in Japanese, was built by artist and builder Miwa Oseki Robbins and is available for nightly rental through Airbnb. The house is located in West Hill, a few minutes from Ithaca, New York.
The Mayu sits at the top of a hill facing east, providing wonderful sunrise views from the large patio.
Inside the tiny house is a wood burning stove and small kitchen with gas range and refrigerator. The sleeping loft has a dual-layer memory foam mattress and plush topper. The house also includes artwork from the builder.
The bathroom has a composting toilet. The house doesn’t have running water, so an outdoor shower with on-demand hot water is provided.
Nightly rates start at $119 USD. For availability and more information about the Mayu Tiny House, you can visit their Airbnb listing.
Images via Airbnb
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