Run Away From The City Life To This Secluded Charming Little Cottage In British Colombia For Only $100 A Night

This "Tiny Atwood Cottage" is a charming cabin in the woods on South Pender Island, British Columbia. This tiny house is a private and peaceful accommodation with a courtyard, sprawling garden and lovely forest views.

This tiny Atwood cottage is a must see, in the perfect location on British Columbia's beautiful gulf islands. The rental fee is $100 per night. There is a spacious living room area with wood stove, couch and hide a-bed. The tiny cabin is large enough for one to five guests. The cottage has a sunny kitchen, open dining area, bathroom with shower, and a cozy sleeping loft with Queen-size bed and all linens. The sleeping loft in the tiny cabin is a well crafted hideaway with a large skylight. Some eco friendly features in the tiny cabin include non toxic materials, hand plastered walls, and an indoor, odor free composting toilet. If you are curious about natural building techniques, you can also see their beautiful straw bale studio just up the hill from the cottage. The owner of the cottage is Tracy Calvert, is a master plasterer and founding member of Cobworks natural building collective. The cottage is close to Poets Cove (weddings, swimming pool, spa, and restaurants), hiking trails, beaches and Greenburn Lake. The tiny cabin is non smoking. You'll want to take a look at this lovely tiny cabin. On the island you will find plenty of things to do from disc golf, the Farmers Market, artists studios, trails, ocean access, and many community trails.

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