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6 Tiny Home Destinations in the Hudson Valley 

Last Updated: 08/31/2021 1:36 pm
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This up-and-coming vacation trend is oh-so-Hudson Valley, and we are here for it. Gone are the days when you had to sacrifice luxury and comfort for an outdoorsy retreat. Tiny home glamping blends the glamor of vacationing with the fun of camping. Go on an adventure and explore local culture for the day, then return to your high-end tiny home in the woods for a relaxing evening. Here are some Hudson Valley glamping destinations to visit this summer.

Eastwind Hotel & Bar | Windham

This newly renovated bunkhouse-turned-chic hotel has 19 accommodations in three different forms, including three Scandinavian-style, wooden-framed Lushna cabins in the woods. The two other options are guest rooms in the Bunk House and Hill House. Bunk House, which houses reception, has 11 guest rooms, two writers’ studio suites, and the Salon. At Hill House, you can choose from double queen and King beds. All five guest rooms are on ground level and have a birds-eye view of the area, located right by Windham Mountain. Plus, Eastwind has a brand new pool, sauna, barrel hot tubs, fire pits, and cocktail bar. Talk about luxury. Book your stay at Eastwind Hotel & Bar.

Tiny House Resort | South Cairo

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Like waterfalls? Then you’ll like staying on the edge of Catskill Creek and its waterfall at Tiny House Resort. There are four houses to choose from: Lux, The Flat, Mizu, and Vista. Each one has a cozy sleeping area and range of amenities, including Cable TV, kitchenettes, and full baths. The Flat and Lux even have full, gourmet kitchens. Every house has an outdoor sitting area and firepit—plus, you can borrow additional kitchen equipment, DVDs, books, toys, and games at the lending library. The 28-acre resort is pet-friendly and just a short drive from Hudson, Catskill, Windham, and Hunter. Book your stay at Tiny House Resort.

Getaway House | Catskill

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Getaway Houses’ tiny cabins are located in the heart of the Catskill Mountains. Choose from a two-person or four-person wood-sided house full of goodies so you can pack light. (A list of all included items can be found here.) Each tiny dwelling is about 140 to 200 square feet (so, really tiny!) and equipped with a fire ring and picnic table for outdoor fun. The company also runs tiny home resorts in Washington, DC and Boston. While we know that the New York campground is located in Catskill, Getaway Houses only reveals the exact location when you reserve your stay. For a small fee, you can bring your canine companion along, too. Book your stay at Getaway Houses.

Collective Hudson Valley | Ghent

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If you want more of the camping vibe, stay at one of Collective Hudson Valley’s luxury tents. Each tent has one king-size bed, a private bathroom with amenities, and a private deck with Adirondack chairs. They also don chic over-the-bed chandeliers. Located at Liberty Farms, the resort offers farm-to-table dinners at its Three Peaks Lodge. They also serve picnic lunches and complimentary breakfast. Book your retreat at Collective Hudson Valley.

Hutton Brickyards | Kingston

If you want to wake up to stunning views of the Hudson River, plan a visit to Hutton Brickyards. The 73-acre waterfront property boasts a variety of activities to keep you busy. Tour the grounds upon your arrival, get moving during morning yoga, or soak in the views of the Hudson River on a sunset cruise. You can also visit the onsite spa or restaurant, which is also open to the public. Looking to get some rest after an adventure-filled day? There are six cabin styles to choose from. Nestled in the woods, the three types of Queen Cabins feature a front deck perfect for a peaceful cup of coffee or a read. If nature views are a must have, consider the two styles of King Cabins, which have floor to ceiling glass windows facing either the Hudson River or Hutton Brickyards foliage. All Queen and King Cabins feature a mini fridge, air conditioning, and personal service tablet in addition to a living area and bathroom with apothecary amenities. The Cottage is the largest cabin on the property, containing both a king and queen bed, a soaking tub, and a wet bar. Book your stay at Hutton Brickyards.

Gather Greene | Coxsackie

Are the mountains calling your name? Consider taking a retreat to Gather Greene, where you’ll be treated to views of the Berkshires stretching to Massachusetts. For a view of the Catskills, visit the pavilion or stroll through fields, perfect for hosting a wedding or even a dinner party. Choose from one of 17 tiny cabins, each including a deck, mini fridge, king-sized bed, and closet just big enough to hang up a few items. The dwellings are nestled close together, with 12 looking out towards the Berkshires and five situated further apart in the woods. You’ll wake up to sunlight streaming in the floor-to-ceiling windows. During the day, explore the 100-acre grounds and in the evening, cozy up to bonfire by the shale quarry. Book your stay at Gather Greene.
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