15 Stunning Pictures Of The Perfect Montana Tiny Home For Rent
Travel season is just around the corner which means a few different things. Hotel prices skyrocket, availability is limited, and people are searching for the perfect little mountain getaway to be one with nature.
Hotels will most likely be around $200+ per night, and although hotels do offer more amenities including continental breakfast at most, they don't always offer that quiet, relaxing scenario you are hoping for.
More and more people are opting to rent an Airbnb, VRBO, and whatever "glamping" experience they can find. The newest to the hot list for 2023 is tiny home rentals.
This tiny home for rent is near perfect. Just outside of Missoula, MT, you will find Greg's Tiny Home. Perfect for the outdoor enthusiast, Greg describes this little gem as:
A newly finished tiny home with high-end finishings. Great location for access to tons of hiking, flyfishing, and other outdoor activities in the beautiful Bitterroot valley. Large shower with dual shower heads, stainless appliances, and plenty of room to cook, two large decks for outdoor lounging and grilling. -Airbnb (Greg)
Not only is Greg's tiny house modern and sleek, but it is also gracefully touched with a rustic feel that makes you forget you are in a small space.
The bathroom is spacious and updated to make you feel like you are in a high-end $500 dollar-per-night luxury hotel.
Wake up to mountain views? Absolutely! What better way to open your eyes after a peaceful night's sleep?
If your clothes get a bit dirty after a nice long hike, no worries, just toss your closes in the washer and enjoy a hot tea or glass of wine on the patio while you wait.
I mean, what a perfect ending to a beautiful day. Personally, this is much better than staring at a parking lot full of license plates from all over the United States, and listening to kids run up and down the halls of a hotel.
Want to rent this newly remodeled tiny home from Greg? I know I certainly do!
Dates will fill up soon I am sure, so grab this cute tiny home for your summer adventure sooner than later. You most likely will not want to leave.
There is only one stipulation, this tiny home isn't for wimpy vehicles:
the last mile or so is a primitive road. Trucks and sedans are fine but any vehicle with a low profile isn't recommended -Airbnb (Greg)