Tiny house for two in the Green Mountains. Hike or ski out the door!
Rooms & beds
Bedrooms: 1(Sleeps: 2)
Toilet · shower
Pool / Spa
- 100% refund if you cancel at least 30 days before check-in.
- 50% refund (minus the service fee) if you cancel at least 14 days before check-in.
- No refund if you cancel less than 14 days before check-in.
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Check in after 4:00 PM
Check out before 11:00 AM
Maximum overnight guests: 2
Minimum age to rent: 25
We require your full name, home address, and a signed rental agreement in order to rent from us.
Cleaned with disinfectant
Check in and check out with no person-to-person contact
High-touch surfaces cleaned with disinfectant (like countertops, light switches, handles, and faucets)
All towels and bedding washed in hot water that’s at least 60ºC/140ºF
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About Jeff Young
As an architect, Jeff relished the challenge of making this tiny house feel much bigger and function like a regular home. Originally built as a shed, Jeff saw the rough space and it was three years of work/fun after that! He enjoys working with wood, and built it along with some assistance from his wife Ronni and daughter, Lily. Ronni, found many of the fixtures nearby and helped to fill it out, making this little house feel like a home.
Jeff Young purchased this Cabin in 2020
Why Jeff Young chose Granville
Having already built an 850 square foot cabin nearby which they also rent, they decided to make what he and his wife call, the 250 sq ft "Little Loft" for family, friends and guests. This way, visitors can have their own personal space, yet are not so far away. Once built, they realized it is the perfect skiers/hikers retreat which they now enjoy sharing with others.
What makes this Cabin unique
The cabin is a unique collection of materials from all over New England. Jeff built the entire cabin himself (including the cherry floors) all sourced from locally available wood. The interior railings were made using cedar provided by his next door neighbor. He also built the exterior cedar log railings from cedar just an hour away in the Adirondacks. The copper counters and copper handrails are also extremely safe as germs can only live for just a few hours on the metal surface. The pine walls, stairs and cabinets were all made from local lumber, and Jeff and family put it together, from framing the walls, tiling the floors, to building the cabinets and furniture (coffee table is made from a local pine slab in Vermont). Lastly, the beautifully detailed porch roof timber frame was hand made by The Barn Raisers of Haddam, CT and was the first frame (out of over 100) they let someone else put together. Brandon Matthews had no electricity the week that he made it! The exterior site and stonework was done by a local Vermonter who is an expert with an excavator. But perhaps the overall interior ambience is provided from the reclaimed timbers used for the ceilings and stair treads found in New Hampshire and Vermont. Having stood the test of time, these beams now have new life, not just as structural members, but as integral parts of the cabin design aesthetic. It is all done with lots of love and in the hope that those visiting will feel refreshed and recharged by the local beauty, ambience and surroundings!