Levi heads for dockside destinations in Providence, Rhode Island and Wolcott, Vermont and discovers one of his most unique stays yet: a 1950’s tugboat transformed into a truly tiny bnb. The Aulneau, built in 1956 by the Canadian Coast Guard, is docked at a private marina and features living and sleeping quarters in the boat’s hull, while a navigation room up top includes an authentic wooden steering wheel, porthole windows, and original gauges and equipment. In Wolcott, Levi stays in a tiny converted boat house on the lake at Camp Wapanacki during the picturesque peak foliage season.
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Texas Tiny Cabins
Levi checks out a charming tiny house community nestled on 40 acres in Denison, Texas. This picturesque property is adorned with picnic tables, hammocks, tree swings and six tiny cabins, perfect for vacationing solo or with a large group of friends and family. True to their roots, these cozy cabi...
Levi visits two shipping container homes that are far apart geographically, but share a similar sleek and modern vibe. Both the Nova Cottage in Ohio and the Green Creek Shipyard in North Carolina feature beautifully designed 40-foot long floorplans, plenty of outdoor living, and recreational amen...