This tiny home located in the Hudson Valley in New York is about a 90 minute drive from Manhattan. It’s been called the Glass House and that’s because it is literally that: a tiny home with glass walls. It’s located on 30 acres that offer “total privacy and isolation.” However, that comes complete with wifi, A/C, heat, and an equipped kitchen.
The house is 180-square feet and made with glass panels that make you feel like you are totally surrounded by and immersed by nature. The home’s description says: “Sleep staring at the stars and feel the stress melt away in this glass-enclosed tiny house.”
Best of all, you can experience 360-degrees of apple orchards, vineyards, as well as animal sightings including coyotes, deer, and plenty of birds. There’s also a lavender field on the property. There is outdoor furniture and a fire pit so you can make the most of your outside time.
The interior is small but comes withe everything you need including a queen size bed with a Casper mattress, a kitchen with a cooktop, microwave, mini fridge, and electric kettle, as well as a dining table for two.
The home also comes equipped with everything you need including towels, linens, a hair dryer, shampoo, conditioner, and body wash.
A professional steam clean team comes in between each visit and disinfectants are used on all the surfaces. The house is perfect for two but there’s a second tiny home on the property so you can travel in a small group.
The small space means some unconventional things are also included in the house. For example, there’s a dry-flush toilet from Laveo that can accommodate about 20 flushes per stay. If more are needed, the cartridge needs to be changed. Guests also need to take the trash out to the front of the farm at the end of their stay.
However, all of that seems to be worth it, as the house has an average 4.95-star rating on Airbnb. Rates for the home begins at $268 per night with a two night minimum.