The Tiny Haven is a secluded cabin in Salt Spring Island, British Columbia. This cozy wood cabin has 2 bedrooms, 3 beds, and 1 bathroom, accommodating up to 4 guests. During your vacation, you’ll have exclusive access to the entire tiny home. Nestled among tall cedars in the southern end of Salt Spring Island, The Tiny Haven is surrounded by rolling farmland, secluded beaches, and lush rainforest. Whether you seek peace or adventure in nature, this self-contained and uniquely appointed space will make you feel at home.
The Tiny Haven is a 330 square foot house designed for up to four people, including children over five years old. The owners built this home themselves, focusing on reclaimed and organic materials. With large windows and warm wood tones, you will feel connected to nature. The house has unique features, including a queen sized bed in a loft reached by a sturdy wooden staircase. The loft is for adults only and not suitable for children under 12.
The second bedroom has cot-sized beds for children over 5 and has its own entrance and deck. The front of the house has a covered patio and private fenced area, perfect for relaxation. There is a BBQ on the deck. The kitchen is well-equipped with a gas oven and stovetop. The house has a Separett Composting Toilet, which is eco-friendly and easy to use. Please note that the doorways, hallways, shower, and kitchen ceiling are narrower than usual.
Tall people with broad shoulders may need to watch their heads. During your stay, you can explore four beach access points along the road, including the Tsawout Reserve Trail, which connects to Fulford Harbour. Fulford Harbour is a town with shops and restaurants. You can also kayak, play, or explore the woods and hike through Ruckle Park.
Free bikes are available to explore the scenic south Salt Spring Island. Breakfast is self-catered with local items provided by the owners, including cream, milk, eggs, butter, fruit, and jam. The pantry has items for day trips, such as lunch tiffins, grocery bags, travel mugs, Mason jars, reusable bottles, and a beer/cider keg.
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