Here’s part two of our tiny home vacation stays across Canada. We’ve put together another nine places you’ll love, ideal for various types of people (families, couples, friends, etc.), group sizes, locations, and tiny home types.
Check out our other Canadian tiny home vacation choices in Part 1 of this article!
Without any further ado, let’s get into it!
Tiny home hideaway
Who’s it for? A vacation to decide if tiny homes are for you!
Here we have a tiny home on wheels from Hastings, ON. It’s the ultimate glamping experience – not too far from civilization but providing a quick escape to recharge and learn about tiny homes.
The tiny home is fully equipped with a bathroom (including a toilet and a shower) and a kitchen. It has a spacious eating area that could double up as an office or place to play board games. As usual, the loft is the bedroom.
Hastings is a couple of hours from Toronto, making it superb for Ontario-based Canadians to use as a foot in the door when it comes to tiny homes. Who knows? After your stay, you may contact a builder yourself!
Woodland Muskoka Tiny House
Who’s it for? Friends or family getaway.
Use this tiny home cabin to explore the surrounding Muskoka region. It’s got everything you need for a more extended vacation, with amenities including a shower, kitchen, laundry, and a screened porch.
Make sure you get along well with everyone who comes with you. The open-plan space includes a loft bedroom, with room for another two on the pull-out sofa bed. The living room is exceptionally spacious (once you put the futon away!), making your escape feel extremely luxurious for a tiny home!
The Woodland Muskoka Tiny House is on a 10-acre property surrounded by woodland. It’s remote but still near local towns, making it the perfect base for exploring.
BC Glamping Tiny House
Who’s it for? A solo or couple remote escape surrounded by BC lakes and mountains.
A vacation in this tiny home is perfect for two to four people, especially those who enjoy peace and quiet and want to escape for a few days. (In keeping with the vibe, the host doesn’t allow children or pets at this time.)
Inside, you’ll find a rustic, wooden aesthetic, making you feel at one with the environment around you. It’s complete with a bathroom (including a composting toilet), heating, a queen bed (plus a double sofa bed), and a fully equipped kitchen. The host will ensure your groceries are delivered before arrival if you order in advance!
Spend your days on, in, and around the lakes, including hiking and taking in the scenic views.
Who’s it for? A nature-loving couple’s weekend retreat.
Are you and your partner after an adorably quirky off-grid experience? The Gataway, which you’ll find in Acton, Halton Hills, ON, offers precisely that.
It’s situated in an all-natural environment in the middle of the forest. The unique slanted front window offers a view of a waterfall. Most importantly, it allows extra daylight into the living space and gives guests the opportunity to view the stars at night.
There’s space for parking next to the home and, at only 45 minutes from Toronto or Hamilton and half an hour from Guelph, it isn’t too far from most Southern Ontario residents.
You’ll find an upstairs loft bedroom, accessed via a ladder, with a private bathroom a minute’s walk away. (The home itself is entirely off-grid.)
Expect to spend a lot of time outside here. The tiny home is built that way, encouraging you to step out into the forest and surrounding area and enjoy connecting with the outdoors.
Le QUARTZ (Chalets Micro-Element) CITQ 303136
Who’s it for? A sleek, modern wilderness getaway for couples or friends.
We can’t imagine staying in the QUARTZ ‘micro-home’ in Quebec not capturing your imagination. It’s similar and nearby to the KLĪNT we featured in Part 1, so here’s another option for you.
Glass covers almost the entire front of the home. As it’s situated in the forest, it’s almost like living in the peace of nature itself. You’ll need to hike or use an ATV/4×4 vehicle to reach it in winter.
Inside the house, you’ll find a ladder to move between the two floors. The alternative is the outdoor staircase. There’s also an indoor wood stove, an outdoor deck, and a full kitchen and bathroom.
Is it a tiny home? Well, it’s a little bigger than most featured on our site – but Le QUARTZ perfectly captures the spirits of minimalism and connection with nature.
Tall Pines Nature Retreat
Who’s it for? A romantic escape for couples.
Ah, yurts. Yurts are great.
This is one of the best options for a comfortable vacation near Huntsville, ON. It has a queen bed, perfect for two (or even solo visits!).
Being a yurt, everything inside is open-concept. A bathtub for washing or relaxing sits next to the bed, with a screened-off bathroom, including a toilet and sink. The kitchenette is on the other side of the wall. Oh, and hot water is available – a luxury in this type of accommodation!
The yurt structure allows stargazing all night, and you get a lovely view of the river outside (in which you could paddle or swim). The hot tub is open year-round, making for a perfect way to warm up on those cold winter evenings.
Tiny House in Nova Scotia
Who’s it for? A peaceful vacation near the beach.
Province: Nova Scotia
You’ll find this tiny home on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. Its charming wooden siding makes it perfectly fit in with the natural landscape.
Enjoy the views from the couch or the front deck, gazing over the orchard. Alternatively, stroll down to the beach and spend the day sunbathing or paddling.
With a full bathroom (including a composting toilet), this tiny home has everything you need as a hub of peace and quiet or a base for exploring the area. The kitchen is fully equipped, meaning you can be self-sufficient if you like.
With a king-size bed in the loft and a pull-out sofa, this is a comfortable stay for between two to four people.
Chalet en nature – MICRO 11
Who’s it for? A tiny home vacation for a large family.
The Chalet en nature is located near Shawinigan, QC. With two rooms (one with a queen and pull-out double, the other with a double), the large windows overlook the Saint Maurice River and La Mauricie Park mountains. It’s quite a view to wake up to!
With the possibility of sleeping up to six people in two rooms, this vacation is great for outdoor-loving families. The relatively small space means you’ll be spending more time outside than in wherever possible.
Included with this vacation are a BBQ and a two-burner electric camping stove and toaster oven, as well as basic cutlery and cooking materials. The bathroom comes with a toilet and shower.
It’s a lovely tiny space to get away.
Bright Tiny House for an Unforgettable Glamping Getaway near Belleville, Ontario
Who’s it for? Secluded and unique romantic weekend getaway.
This tiny home is 10′ x 10′ cuboid – and it’s painted bright red. We mean really, really red. It’s located in Belleville, ON (around halfway between Toronto and Ottawa).
Inside, you’ll find an almost all-wooden setup with a functional, basic mini kitchen with a toaster oven, hot plate and microwave. However, we’d expect the barbecue to do most of the cooking!
Amenities-wise, you have an open-air shower with a nearby outhouse and outdoor sink. There’s also an electrical connection, free Wi-Fi, and heating for those colder nights.
Book your stay or check out the availability through Glamping Hub.