Experience tiny farmhouse charm in the Egret tiny home located at Tiny Haven in Harpers Ferry, West Virginia. You'll be sure to love this 200-square-foot tiny house that features a lofted bedroom with a queen size bed, heat/air conditioning, a living room area with a loveseat, a full kitchen with fridge and freezer, stall shower with residential water heater, running water, composting toilet, and a large covered front porch complete with string lights. The tiny house vacation rental is perfect for couples, solo getaways, and tiny house enthusiasts. Nestled on over 10 acres of retired farmland, Egret has a view of the pasture and the mountain, with private outdoor seating and a fire pit area. WATCH HOME & LIFESTYLES STREAMING TV Tiny Haven Harpers Ferry is very close to the C & O Canal Towpath, Maryland Heights hiking trail, and the Appalachian Trail, as well as several wineries and breweries and historic downtown Harpers Ferry.
Features and amenities at the Egret include a sleeping loft with memory foam queen-size mattress, loveseat sofa, folding tray tables, storage loft and stairs, butcher block counter, dual basin stainless steel sink, fridge and freezer (9 cubic feet), induction cooktops (storable), heat and air conditioning (mini-split), convection oven (storable), microwave, composting toilet, shower, and vanity, covered front porch, propane grill, private fire pit, and pet friendly for an additional fee.
The Tiny Haven property has tiny house vacation rentals and an Airstream rental. Both of the tiny houses are 20 feet long by 8 feet wide by 13 feet tall. Each has a lofted queen-sized bed. Gypsy the Airstream is 29 feet long, and Daisy the Airstream is 27 feet long. Luna the Dome is 20 feet in diameter. It varies, but the spaces are anywhere from 50 yards to 400 yards away from each other. Each vacation rental has its privacy and outdoor area. GET MORE HOME & LIFESTYLES INSPIRATION
The small town of Harpers Ferry, West Virginia has a population of only a few hundred people, but it has plenty of history and natural beauty. The town is located at the confluence of two major rivers to include the Shenandoah and the Potomac Rivers, which are also the state borders, meaning that right across those banks are the states of Maryland and Virginia. Harpers Ferry is named for the 18th-century ferry, run by Robert Harper, which carried passengers and cargo across the river, and is part of Harpers Ferry National Historical Park. Today, Harpers Ferry is home to some historic buildings, monuments, landmarks, and a charming little downtown district, and it makes for a great day trip or weekend destination.
Harpers Ferry National Historical Park. The Park isn’t just part of West Virginia, it encompasses the entire confluence of the Shenandoah and Potomac Rivers, and the land that is included in the park’s domain falls into West Virginia, Virginia, and Maryland. The entire town of Harpers Ferry is technically part of the park. The Appalachian Trail runs right through it, but there are also over 20 miles of other hiking trails in the park, which lead to scenic overlooks or the historic sites of Civil War skirmishes.