This rocky mountain tiny home that fits 4 has everything you need

This rocky mountain tiny home has everything necessary for a perfect weekend for four in the mountains. Located in the tiny town of Fairplay, Colorado, Anita's Airbnb rental is as comfortable as it is adorable. Views from this small retreat are breathtaking, and whether guests visit in the winter, spring, summer or fall, there is plenty to do in surrounding Park County.
Anita took great care to decorate and prepare this space with guests in mind. Although it only has a small footprint, once visitors step inside, they will see the home has plenty of room for eating, sleeping, washing up and relaxing. People who live in the Denver metropolitan area will be thrilled to learn that this rental is less than two hours away from the heart of the city.
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Step inside and explore this inviting space.
The interior of this tiny getaway space is made entirely from solid pine, and it smells fresh and natural immediately upon entry. A large number of broad windows and skylights let in tons of light, but plenty of window treatments exist for when guests need privacy. The seating area offers plenty of room for four to dine and watch television, and the air conditioning unit will keep everyone cool after a long day of hiking the nearby high peaks.
The kitchen space boasts new appliances. Between the refrigerator, stove, oven, toaster, coffee maker and microwave, it includes everything guests will need to prepare a tasty meal. The sink is much larger than those found in most tiny homes, making it easy to do dishes and to fill water bottles for the day's adventures.
When viewed from the rear bedroom, this tiny home appears quite long. The bathroom includes a shower, a toilet and a sink, and the hallway features a closet for storage space. The wood laminate flooring is new, smooth and clean, and helps to unite the space.
A door separates the private rear bedroom from the rest of the home. Suitcases can nestle alongside the bed so guests can keep their things accessible.
Many tiny homes only offer ladder access to the loft, but this one provides the luxury of a narrow set of stairs. This small bonus makes it much easier for people of all ages to get up and down.
Another amazing feature of this tiny home is the washer and dryer. It's rare to see one of these in a tiny house, but it will likely come in handy for guests who spend a lot of time outside during their stay.
The spacious loft, like the master bedroom, includes a queen-sized bed. Guests will find lots of room to move around, and the loft offers pleyt of space for storage as well. The slightly pitched roof allows most guests to sit up in bed to read a book or magazine before retiring for the night.
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Another closet downstairs offers even more storage. This tiny retreat cabin ably allows guests to spend quiet time in the mountains. Fairplay, Colorado, is calling, and Anita's tiny house is an excellent place to stay while there.

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