Tiny Guesthouse in Seattle is an awesome collection of recycled materials and a grassy roof deck! At only 68 square feet total, nothing is left out of this tiny wonder in Fremont, Washington. (If you are like me and hate to wait, skip to the bottom for the virtual tour. Please remember to pin this great guesthouse on your travel boards!)
Arriving by Uber, my girlfriend and I were warmly greeted by a friend of the host. (Hal, who build this marvelous structure was away in Europe.)
Tucked away in a little side yard this Teeny Tiny Guest House, as it is labeled at airbnb.com, provides quick access to coffee shops, restaurants, and even a Saturday farmers market.
Walking into the Teeny Tiny Guesthouse
As you enter, the first mystifying feature is the couch that converts to a bed. Built on a recycled garage door opener track, this thing is awesome.
You can lounge on the couch, swing the table over to do a little work, eat a meal, or push the button an a double bed appears.
Grass on the roof–so Seattle!
The lower level leads to an awesome single bed loft complete with a view. The bed length window opens onto a surprise!
True to Seattle a grass covered guest deck, complete with deck chairs, awaits the early riser. Just slip through the window and drink you coffee with the sunrise. ( Hal does provide great snacks and local coffees and teas.)
68 SQ. Ft. of Tiny Surprises
A large warm bathroom with a powerful shower is part of the package. What if you want to take a soak? This feature truly exposes Hal’s genius, a sunken tub fit for a pirate queen. Open the trap door, pour your bubbles and soak them bones! Look at the first picture in this blog see if you can find the trap door in the floor.
Outfitted with Humor
Up-cycling leaves this tiny guesthouse with a playful feel. From the side mirror of an old truck as the bathroom mirror, to the garage door rail bed frame, this space is just fun.
Being just up the street from major tech companies of course WiFi is included. In a twist of irony the WiFi code is typed out on a card on a standard typewriter.
We returned the favor by typing our guesthouse review on the type writer. Thanks for the experience Hal!
Nothing better than a full tour from the owner himself. Meet Hal, then book his tiny guesthouse on airbnb. Super fun on a rainy Seattle day1
What if you want to Live Tiny All the time?