You'll be inspired by this tiny house design located in Maryville, Tennessee, United States. The cozy hand-built tiny house is available for vacation stays and can accommodate up to 4 guests with one bedroom, two beds, and one bath. The owners have spent the last 2 years building this tiny house design with local Tennessee wood and put a ton of love into it and hope you feel that. They are waiting to share this tiny house with you. The tiny house has a rooftop deck, perfect for happy hour cocktails or laying and watching the stars. You'll have access to a great river spot so you'll want to bring camp chairs or a hammock. There's also a big rock down at the river that is perfect to fish on. You'll want to note that the tiny house vacation rental does not allow children or pets.
The tiny house is located on two acres, sharing that acreage with another house. There is a privacy fence between the two. There is a neighborhood behind the tiny house. But the owners have tried their best to make the vacation rental feel secluded with curtains on the deck, a privacy fence, and facing the river. The tiny house doesn't have an iron, but there is a hand steamer. There is also a grill, a two-burner stove, along with several pots and pans. The tiny house vacation stay also has roasting sticks so you can make smore's/hotdog's on the fire.
There is plenty to see and do in Maryville, from taking a cool dip in the river on a warm summer day or meandering down a snowy hiking trail. In addition to outdoor adventure, the county offers are a variety of fun indoor playgrounds, museums, arts and crafts venues, and so much more.
Maryville has plenty of hiking trails to enjoy. The Maryville College Woods Hiking Trails, are well-traveled by community members of all ages. While the trails are short and at times close to the road, they are very scenic and offer a great option close to town. The trails are also popular for dog walking. The Greenback Hiking Trails offer several different trails with a variety of scenic features like pedestrian bridges and lake views. The trail area is about a 25-minute drive from Maryville center.
The Shadows of the Past Trail in Townsend is a paved walking and biking trail in Townsend, with informative historical markers along the route. The trail does run parallel to the main parkway, so this attraction is best for families with older kids. The Smoky Mountain Hiking Trails are expansive, however, there are several easy trails, in the Townsend/Walland area, that are just 30 to 40 minutes from Maryville center, including the popular Schoolhouse Gap, and Metcalf Bottoms.
Fishing, kayaking, and boating on Tellico Lake. This lake is a great spot for fishing and water sports. There are several lakeside restaurants, boat launches, and marinas for your convenience. While Tellico doesn’t have a designated swimming area, you can swim from your kayak or boat.
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