I couldn’t resist trying out another tiny house.
I decided to go with Getaway Boston this time since my Instagram feed was [almost] always showing it as a ad.I clearly took it as a sign that my phone was not only a. listening to what I wanted to do but also b. knew I should try this place out.
I saw a discount code the week before Black Friday for $35 dollars off your booking – immediately I knew it was the right time to book my “getaway.”I wanted to take my daughter with me since she loved the first tiny house we stayed at. I did a little research beforehand to see what they had handy to make sure I prepped well.
When we arrived at the tiny house, it was already dark.#whyisitSOdarkat430pm?
When we entered the tiny house, we first noticed there was a little note and a complementary s’mores kit left for us. You bet my daughter was super excited and it was such a nice touch.After we unpacked some of our items, I started the fire. They had firewood and kindling for you to use (charged to you after your stay).
If we’re being honest here, this was the first time I made a fire by myself. Previously, my children’s father would be the one to do this task.Secret?
It was super easy with the kindling log.
For dinner, I had made sandwiches and brought plenty of snacks for us. After we played a few games, read some stories and watched a movie. While I did bring the games for us to play and my portable DVD player (since there is no wifi), they did have a mini “library” and a deck of cards/ dice in the tiny house.I ended up going to bed pretty early and woke up the next morning super refreshed; definitely the best sleep I’ve had in a long time.
I decided to try the pour over coffee they had as provisions, but I did bring some coffee from home in my thermos in case I didn’t like the coffee at the tiny house. Having said that, their coffee was delicious!
Later in the morning we took a little stroll around the campgrounds.
It was only 27 degrees, so my daughter didn’t last too long. Once we got back inside, we watched a movie and ate breakfast. My daughter had woken up pretty early, so she ended up taking a nap around 8:00am. While she napped, I sipped on my second cup of coffee and read.
It felt so good to just relax and get away from the “everyday.” This year has been such a whirlwind that this tiny house was just what I needed to “end” 2020 on. I definitely enjoyed my experience with Getaway Boston and plan to do another one in the near future.
If you’re interested in booking your FIRST Getaway House experience, click HERE for $25 off you’re stay!
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7 thoughts on “Getaway House Boston [Tiny House] Stay.”
Is it safe to say that the “everything is bigger in the US” statement is officially changing? 😅 I’ve never stayed in a tiny house but it does look like a fun experience!
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It’s definitely been shifting a bit! Many people are downsizing, focusing less on material and more so on experiences! It really was a fun experience, can’t wait to do it again. 🙂
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Sounds wonderful! I apologise in advance if I follow your site a thousand times. You pop up on my feed and I follow but for some strange reason it keeps showing as if I don’t follow 🤦🏾♀️
Oh no you are following my main blog! You just followed the old one I believe but it’s all good either way! Thank you for reading 🙂
haha ok that makes sense! I was wondering what on earth was going on! At least you know I’ll keep following your blog 😛