Tiny BNB: Season 4
Tiny Urban Hideaways
Levi discovers tiny, secluded sanctuaries just minutes from downtown Atlanta, Georgia. The perfect romantic retreat, Urban B&B’s Atlanta Treehouse is poised atop a 400 year-old oak tree surrounded by stunning views and ample decking. For a cozy cabin vibe, Levi tours a unique 350 square-foot tiny home in the same community with an elongated design and a pop-out for additional space. This hidden hideaway is one of Levi’s favorite layouts.
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Tiny Treasures on Hawaii’s Big Island
On the Big Island of Hawaii, the landscapes are just as unique as the tiny homes. Levi visits the Ohana House, an off-the-grid tiny house at the foot of the world’s most active volcano. Sitting atop beautiful black volcanic rock, this island escape consists of two individual pods bridged by a lan...
Lakeside & Mountainside Minis
Levi’s quest to find unique one-night stays takes him from Crane Hill, Alabama to Kona, Hawaii. Nestled in the treetops overlooking Lewis Smith Lake, Levi’s first stop is a cheerful tiny home on wheels. Perfect for lake living, this mobile mini offers beautiful views enjoyed from hammocks, a picn...
Tiny Treehouses of Texas
Levi debunks the myth that everything is bigger in Texas as he explores the tiny treehouses of HoneyTree Farm. Artistic in design and perched among sturdy live oaks, the Acorn and Leaf treehouses both feature three levels of living and outdoor space connected by a winding, fairytale-like staircas...