Looking for the perfect getaway? Consider all these amazing tiny houses in Washington State for a fantastic getaway in the scenic Pacific Northwest!
We cover tiny homes in Washington State in and around Seattle, Puget Sound, Leavenworth, and near Olympic National Park for some incredible views and locations to base your next adventure out of!
All of these properties cover what to expect, the type of accommodation, and what’s nearby to make planning your getaway as easy as possible!
We also recommend checking out all the best cabins in Washington state, best glamping in Washington, and treehouse rentals in Washington, and the most charming cottages in Washington to check out and help you plan your next adventure!
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Best Tiny Houses in Washington State to Stay In
Island Jungalow on Bainbridge Island
The dog-friendly Island Jungalow is a lovely tiny house in Washington state, set in a clearing of cedar trees on Bainbridge Island nearby all the best things to do in Seattle and often a popular day trip from Seattle – but we recommend spending a little more time here in this quiet retreat near the city. With the Seattle ferry terminal just a 5-minute drive away, it’s a great back-to-basics choice for an easy weekend escape from the city.
Two guests can stay in the one bedroom cabin and wake to a thick forest view, immersed in nature. The heated mattress pad adds an extra cozy touch.
The outdoor fire-heated clawfoot tub is a unique feature, providing views overlooking the woods and seasonal wetland as you bathe.
Sit out on the porch, relax in the hammock or gather by the fire ring at night. A hotplate and kettle can be used by those who like to cook.
The cabin is only a few minutes’ drive from the Grand Forest, Gazzam Nature preserve, beaches, and hiking trails. Book this tiny house Airbnb in Washington.
Sunrise Sunset Tiny House in Port Townsend on Puget Sound
The Sunrise Sunset Tiny House in Washington state is a cute option for a couples’ getaway located in Port Townsend in the gorgeous Puget Sound and easy to access Olympia National Park and Mt Olympus activities. The accommodation rests within five acres of forested land, the trail leading to a pond is a lovely place to walk dogs.
A comfortable Queen sleeping loft, accessed by stairs, sleeps two people. Windows in this tiny house Airbnb in Washington State look behind into the trees.
A simple kitchen is featured downstairs for preparing your own meals. The propane woodburning style stove keeps the snug sitting area warm, a great place for reading on the rocking chair.
Outside, guests can enjoy sitting on the cheery porch amongst hanging plants as they take in a peaceful breath of fresh air. Book this tiny house Airbnb in Washington.
Mountain Tiny Home in Washington near Mt. Olympic National Park
The Mountain Home tiny house Airbnb in Washington is a newly renovated cabin, located on 2.25 acres of the Kitsap Peninsula with easy access to Mt. Olympus activities and Mt. Olympic National Park.
Guests will enjoy unplugging from technology in the serene natural area and its many surrounding activities.
The charming town of Poulsbo is a 15-minute drive away with shops, breweries, and restaurants to explore. Wine tasting is available cruising over to Bainbridge Island or go to see the eagles feeding at Big Beef Creek in Seabeck.
The tiny home can sleep two guests in a studio style set up which includes a kitchenette for simple meal preparation and a private en suite bathroom. There’s space for children under the age of 3 to join their parents.
Tall evergreens, maples, and ferns surround the quiet accommodation. Watch local wildlife from the covered porch, with visitors like deer, chipmunks, and bald eagles. Guests may also like to take a walk around the peaceful neighborhood. Book this tiny home in Washington State here.
Beaver Hill Cabin near Leavenworth with Hot tub
The Beaver Hill cabin is next on our list of amazing tiny houses in Washington state that might be small but feel huge! This adorable, pet-friendly bungalow is located in a rural mountain village, yet just a 20-minute drive from Leavenworth Bavarian Village.
Two equally sized Queen bedrooms can sleep up to four people, with one private bathroom just for the use of guests.
There’s a full kitchen connected to the living room and dining area for sociable cooking sessions by the propane fireplace. The private hot tub is a real highlight for taking a soak whilst appreciating views of mountain peaks and the valley.
Outside, a propane fireplace with grill and the starry night sky provide evening activity in the absence of Wi-Fi.
Be sure to also read our guide to all the best places to stay in Leavenworth!
Glass Tiny House Under the Stars in Liberty Bay
This tiny house in Washington state is a little different, offering guests the chance to stay in a private ‘glass house’ room set on a farm. Pretty downtown Poulsbo is nearby, with unique shops and dining options on Liberty Bay off of Puget Sound and near Bainbridge Island.
Two guests and their pet can sleep under the stars thanks to the glass roof and window walls looking onto the verdant grounds. Privacy screens are also provided for optional seclusion.
Guests have private use of a porta-potty nearby the tiny house and the host’s bathroom at the Farm House can be used for showering between 8 am to 7 pm. A fun community saloon is available to play pool and use the Wi-Fi. This area also provides a shared kitchenette and a BBQ grill.
There are lots to keep visitors occupied at the farm including a Farmer’s Market with fresh, seasonal produce and Barker Creek at a few steps. Kids and adults alike will love engaging with cute animals like goats, alpacas, dogs, and rabbits. Book this tiny house Airbnb in Washington.
See more of the most unique places to stay in Washington State in our guide!
Tiny Tack House on Possession Sound
This tiny house in Washington state is modern, smart, and cozy. The space is bathed in sunlight and has views onto the green surroundings. At around a 40-minute drive from Seattle to the north, this is a quick getaway from the city or addition to a few days in the city, see our two-day itinerary for Seattle for some ideas!
The Queen sleeping loft fits two people, with a long sofa bed downstairs in the living room that can fit an extra guest. The tiny home includes a private metal trough shower and a composting toilet.
The full, mini-kitchen is equipped for all your cooking needs or you can spend time by the fire pit and make use of the outside grill for some al fresco dining.
Located on Possession Sound, a part of Puget Sound with amazing views of the Olympus Mountains are nearby, as well as Howarth Park and Forest Park for picnic spaces and exploring. Whidbey Island is also just across the Sound for exploring too!
Guests also have access to the shared main house where there is another bathroom and toilet facilities. Book this tiny home in Washington State here.
Red Wagon Tiny House Near Leavenworth
This wagon is a unique and very cute tiny home in Washington state, around 14 miles from Leavenworth. The wagon is parked up on the host’s property and exclusively for the use of guests.
Two people can sleep in the bedroom and make use of the ‘galley’ with its simple kitchen facilities and woodburning stove. This tiny house also has a tiny bathroom inside with a composting toilet and shower.
Just in front of your tiny home in Washington State there’s a covered deck area complete with a firepit and mini grill facing the lawn and trees for atmospheric evenings.
This is a great choice for a simple and quiet getaway with no shortage of outdoor activities nearby such as hiking, biking, lake fishing, and more. Book this tiny home in Washington State here.
Charming A-Frame Tiny House at Lake Easton
Tiny houses in Washington state are a wonderful escape for couples and solo travelers, like this charming A-frame cabin a couple near Lake Easton State Park. The accommodation, set in the heart of outdoor adventure, can be reached in 1.5 hours from Seattle.
The cozy cabin in the woods offers sleeping space for two people in a snug Queen bedroom. There’s a bathroom with shower on the same level, plus washer and dryer downstairs for added comfort.
Downstairs, the open plan kitchen and living room provide a lovely space for cooking your own meals. You can also try your hand at grilling with the gas BBQ on the outside deck and enjoy al fresco dining under the warmth of the heat lamp.
This tiny home has a minimal charm and invites guests to put down phones and connect with nature in the absence of Wi-Fi. Follow the bike path to the lake or snowshoe right out of the front door in the winter months.
Lake Easton State Park is also just two miles away and skiers can get over to The Summit at Snoqualmie, 19 miles away. Book this tiny home in Washington State here.
Private Country Tiny House near Olympic National Park
This tiny home in Washington state can be found 10 minutes away from Port Angeles, the world’s longest sand spit at Dungeness Spit. It’s close to the Olympic National Park as well as the ferry to Victoria, Canada.
There’s so much nature-based exploring to do here; moss-covered rain forest, a glacier-carved lake, miles of wilderness hikes, crystal clear rivers, and natural hot springs are all nearby. Pets are welcome to come and enjoy the getaway too.
The tiny house itself feels spacious and light-filled thanks to big windows and glass sliding doors. The tranquil space is kept warm with a woodburning stove and looks out on the private pond just in front.
The up-the-ladder Queen loft is ideal for two people, however, there is space for three more guests on an extra single mattress upstairs, plus a single window-seat bed and convertible Queen air-bed sofa in the living room area.
There’s a full kitchen for preparing your own meals and the firepit is a great place to take in the surrounding meadow views and toast marshmallows for dessert. Book this tiny home in Washington State here.
Fern Grove Tiny House at Vashon Island
The Fern Grove tiny house in Washington state is located on the peaceful Vashon Island, around a mile and a half from town.
The quirky, caravan-style tiny home is set in a private wooded area, circled by trees, grass and ferns. The space is simple, with comfortable places for dining and sitting after a day out.
A Queen bed sleeps two guests and the small kitchenette has everything needed for simple meal preparation. The spacious deck is a wonderful spot for a morning coffee with birdsong.
There’s a short trail through the woods right next to the accommodation and Vashon Island has lots of great beaches, dining and trails to explore.
Check out the ‘yard art’ by the tiny house – an old Kaiser car that’s been taken over by ferns, moss, and leaves. Book this tiny house Airbnb in Washington.
The Rolling Huts in Methow Valley
With a scenic location in the Methow Valley, The Rolling Huts provide cozy tiny houses in Washington with beautiful mountain and forest views. Hikers, mountain bikers, and cross-country skiers will be in heaven at this year-round.
The smart huts are grouped into ‘herds’ of six which is great for groups. Each hut sleeps up to 4 people with a sleeping platform and transforming modular furniture in the living room space. They also feature the modern comforts of electricity and wifi.
Each hut has an adjacent portable toilet, shared full bathrooms and showers are fitted in the centrally located barn a short distance away.
The cleverly compact and light-filled units incorporate a refrigerator and microwave for basic bites to eat and there’s a water faucet outside each hut for washing up in the fresh air. Step outside for a morning coffee amongst the wildflowers.
Shared facilities include 12 seat picnic tables plus a picnic shelter with propane and charcoal grills for a smokey dinner. There is a shared shower and toilets in the nearby main barn, plus each hut has a private portable toilet just outside.
Tiny House on Guemes Island
This tiny house Airbnb in Washington is located on Guemes Island, a wonderful place for beach walks, bike riding, and hiking. The many eagles and deer also make this a great place for nature lovers.
The newly built tiny house is notably smart and stylish with modern furnishings including a kitchen for cooking meals inside, and a beautiful outside patio with a fire pit and propane BBQ. Look out of the windows and you’ll see the woods all around.
Two guests can sleep in the Queen loft bedroom and there’s another loft reading nook opposite with a single-sleeper foam pad, suitable for another guest on the smaller size. A full bathroom with a shower is tucked below the main loft bedroom.
The hosts provide bikes and helmets for visitors during their stay to explore the island and enjoy the fresh, sea air. Book this tiny house Airbnb in Washington.
Tiny House in West Seattle
Tipsy the Tiny house welcomes guests to a chic, custom-built accommodation located in the heart of West Seattle. This tiny house Airbnb in Washington fuses rustic and contemporary design for a unique and private stay that’s near downtown, be sure to check out how to spend a day in Seattle for ideas of what to do!
The space can comfortably sleep two guests in the stylish sleeping loft featuring a skylight. An extra person can sleep downstairs on the living room sofa, keeping warm with the modern electric fireplace.
The kitchen fits nicely at the back of the tiny house for cooking meals, hugged by a warm background of wooden walls and surfaces. The surround sound stereo is a great touch the liven things up.
Outside you’ll find a gorgeous private seating area, complete with a smart picnic table and umbrella set on a manicured, gravel-covered yard.
Tipsy the Tiny house is next to Alki Beach and Lincoln Park for daytime trips, with many nearby restaurants, bars, boutiques, and the Sunday Farmer’s Market. Book this tiny house Airbnb in Washington.
The Tiny Cabin at Ferngully
The tiny homes in Washington state continue with The Tiny Cabin at Ferngully. The cute and chic accommodation is just 10 minutes from the ferry to Seattle, tucked away on a private property below firs and cedar trees.
The modern build feels secluded, a path leading guests to their abode by Japanese maples, pines, and redwoods. The windowed walls have a magical view onto lush nature and Mud Bay can be admired from the pretty wraparound deck.
Inside, a tiny woodburning stove keeps things warm and two people can sleep in the cozy loft bedroom. There’s no Wi-Fi here to distract you from the gorgeous and peaceful surroundings.
Cooking enthusiasts can make simple grilled meals using the cooler, firewood and, campfire grate. An adjacent bathroom provides guests with a hot rainfall shower and peat moss composting toilet.
This is a private and refreshing retreat with a location that offers outdoor opportunities such as hiking, kayaking and wildlife watching. Illahee State Park and Manchester State Park are both nearby.
Eagle’s Paradise Tiny House Near Olympic National Park
This smartly painted, tiny house Airbnb in Washington is found in Port Hadlock, overlooking the Marina and Olympic Mountains just a stone’s throw away from Olympic National Park between Discovery Bay and Port Townsend Bay.
Enjoy morning views and sunsets over the bay as eagles and shorebirds soar overhead.
The tiny house is set in its own private area with a porch and patio, surrounded by woodsy grounds. Two guests can stay in the Queen loft bedroom with a good-sized bathroom on hand.
Outside, a circular stone fire pit and picnic table have stunning views out to the water – the perfect place to sit and relax.
Apart from taking in the scenery, guests are just minutes away from hiking, biking, kayaking, and beachcombing. Nearby Port Townsend is also fun for visiting galleries and shops or wining and dining. Book this tiny house Airbnb in Washington.
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