Planning a spring getaway? These adorable tiny homes in BC offer the perfect opportunity to make your escape from the city – and they won’t do too much damage to your wallet! So whether you’re looking for an ocean view or a getaway to the mountains, here are 6 unique tiny cabins and yurts to check out.
This bright and airy cabin is located along the Sunshine Coast, and was featured in Cottage Life and Canadian Living magazines. Nestled on a heritage homestead, guests will have access to a lush garden and towering cedar trees. The perfect spot for a solo visit or a getaway for two. The cabin is just minutes away from the hobbit-esque village of Roberts Creek, as well as the ocean. If you loved building forts as a kid, this is your spot.
This 150-square-foot home is completely off-the-grid, situated near Jordan River in a Japanese garden-inspired area. The home was built using primarily reclaimed and recycled materials, and features a king bed in the upper loft and a banquette with a queen bed – so the perfect size for four. The spot is just minutes away from the Juan de Fuca trailhead and China Beach, as well as the beaches at Jordan River.
Where: Juan de Fuca
This unique little home is tucked away in the woods, and boasts a tried & true west coast cabin experience. No cell service or wifi, but plenty of lush forest to explore. As well, guests can check out the property’s own creek, and hit the beach nearby. And of course, there’s a firepit to gather around and watch the stars at night.
Where: Jordan River
At just shy of $100 a night, this tiny home on Quadra Island is one of the greatest bangs for your buck on this list. With a private deck with an ocean view and a table for two, it’s the perfect place for a pair to unwind after a full day of adventuring.
Where: Francisco Point
With 6 acres of gardens, fir-woods, and bee pastures – there’s plenty of beautiful land & nature to explore at this spot, even if the yurt itself is on the smaller side. With gorgeous latticework, a spiral staircase, a loft bedroom, and large windows and skylight, you’ll feel like you’re perched in the sky. Oh, and the environmental footprint is as close to zero as you can get!
Last but certainly not least, we come to Bliss Hideaway in Squamish. Nestled into its own private corner of the forest, this cabin is adorned with fairy lights and comes with lake access. This would be our ideal pick for a romantic getaway, as there are two swings, a patio bar, and an ethereal suspension bridge that would make for the perfect date in the woods.
And that’s a wrap on some beautiful, unique tiny homes to check out in BC this spring. If you’re looking for even more options, you can check out these scenic cabins as well!