If you want to spend some time living life at a slower pace, breathing in clean air and overlooking a meadow and woodland then spend your holiday at Tiny Homes on the Isle of Wight. These Tiny Homes are the result of Ingenious architects and a clear vision of creating a sustainable and relaxing environment that everyone must visit.
Tiny Homes Holidays was created with a vision of taking a break and living life differently by embracing the eco-friendly, off grid lifestyle. These sustainable tiny homes allow you to live a little slower and simpler to help escape the ‘work, eat, sleep, repeat’ routine and truly relax.
“Simplicity of life, even the barest, is not a misery, but the very foundation of refinement” – William Morris
Set in a meadow adjacent to Parkhurst Forest surrounded by stunning walking trails and cycle tracks, are three quirky architect designed, hand-crafted cabins each beautifully designed, decorated and purposely tiny! They may be small but thanks to the ingenious thought put into the design of the homes, you will have everything you need for an ethically luxurious stay. This superb space has many environmentally friendly aspects including solar power, composting toilets, wood burning stoves and water recycling.
Please refer to the ‘homes’ tab for a description of each Tiny Home. You may also wish to take part in workshops held in the purpose-built studio on site. To check these out click here.
Open: All Year | Minimum number of nights: 2 nights
- Check-in - 14:30
- Check-out - 11:30
- Fresh, Clean Bed linen
- Welcome pack
- Car parking on-site
- Woodburning Stove
- WiFi in the Studio ONLY
- Workshops available
- Outside decking with BBQ
- Kitchen with hob, fridge & Icebox
What's not included
- Beach towels
- Pets are not accepted
Pronounced Ay-Lee and is a Gaelic name meaning light.
Double doors through to the living space with a sofa, coffee table and stools.
On the left is the galley kitchen
On the right is the composting WC and shower
Ladder upto the mezzanine levels with 2 bedrooms and storage nook.
Latin word for Forest or Woodland
Double doors lead to the living space with two chairs that convert to sofa beds.
Straight ahead is the galley ktchen with sliding door that leads to WC and shower.
Ladder from living room up through the hatch to the bedroom mezzanine with pallet wood bed. On this level is a rope swing seat and single futon with sleeping bag.
Danish word meaning welbeing
Double doors lead to living space with sofa (double sofa bed), coffee table and mini stools.
To the left is the galley kitchen
The right of the property is the WC and shower.
Ladder to right hand sleeping platform and storage nook.
Tiny Homes Holidays, Hills Gate Road, Cowes, Isle of Wight, PO30 5UB
- Cowes Sea Front and Esplanade
- Northwood Park
- Isle of Wight Military & Heritage Museum
- Gurnard Marsh
- Many bars and restaurants
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