Photography by Kataram Studios courtesy of Getaway
You’ve heard the hype. Now would you like to know what it really feels like to live in a tiny, 160-square-foot cabin? You can rent one in the woods in New England for $99 a night via Getaway, a startup founded by two Harvard students.
Designed by student architects, the Ovida is furnished with a queen-size bed, two twin-bed sleeping nooks, a kitchenette, a dining table and two chairs, and an upstairs loft.
The kitchenette has a hot plate, a Coleman cooler, and a transom window, offering a view that would have satisfied Henry David Thoreau.
Provisions await in the cabin's pantry.
Stairs lead up to the sleeping loft.
Early morning light dappled on the light pine walls.