Escape into the wilderness and keep it simple in this tiny house on Vancouver Island. Appropriately named the “Swell Shack” what the quaint cabin lacks in size, it makes up for in character.
The humble abode can be yours for $75 a night. It can sleep two guests with one queen bed and a half-bath for a super cozy stay. It can be found near the area of Jordan River, just an hour or so outside of Victoria.
The cabin was made using mainly reclaimed materials. It has solar powered electricity, rainwater catchment and on demand hot water.
If you’re looking for a place to go off-the-grid, this is it. The eco-friendly micro home is just 106-square-feet. It’s nestled away in the mossy forest, so the great wilderness is your backyard, literally.
There’s lots of outdoor activities to take part in nearby, from hiking trails to surfing the waves.
Tiny House on Vancouver Island
Location: Jordan River, an hour drive outside of Victoria
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