Travel & Tourism
You can stay in a tiny cabin near Manchester for less than the price of a night out
This place is so cute.
There’s a teeny tiny wooden cabin just a stone’s throw from Manchester that offers a perfect weekend break – without breaking the bank.
This adorable staycation pad has all the comforts you need to escape the madness of city life, and it’ll cost less than a typical night out in town.
For just £70, you get a night in a cosy cabin, with mod cons like Netflix, underfloor heating and a compact but complete kitchen.
And while it may be tiny in size, it’s still got a super king size mattress to sleep on – you just have to scale a ladder into the rafters to get tucked in to bed. (You’ll be rewarded with woodland views from your bed).
The Airbnb cabin is located in the picturesque village of Ripponden, about halfway between Manchester and Leeds.
The cabin itself is surrounded by woodland and beautiful countryside, with nearby nature spots including babbling brooks and reservoirs.
The property is billed as being ‘a space where you can experience nature but with a touch of luxury’, and includes features like a huge walk in shower and a flat-screen TV.
There’s space inside for two guests, plus a well-behaved dog or two.
And if the cosy interiors look a bit too cosy for you, there’s still the acre of garden and woodland right outside you can escape to.
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The outside space immediately outside the door of the Tiny House is a private garden, with seating areas and even a fire pit.
The entire place is clad in wood and feels like a tiny dose of Alpine lodge right in the West Yorkshire countryside.
You can book your stay at the cabin on Airbnb here.
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