If you've been looking for the tiny house experience, look no further. Michelle and Chris built this tiny house to live as eco-friendly, comfy, and healthy as possible. Built with only non-toxic and all natural materials with a state of the art fresh-air system.
Enjoy the meadow, wildlife, and relaxing at the river bend on our 5-acre property or explore the awesome attractions close by: winery, New Paltz downtown, “gunks” rock climbing, Minnewaska State Park, our county pool, and more!
With our goal of healthy living, the house is equipped with an organic king mattress (yes! king bed in a tiny house!), organic sheets, and organic pillows. The couch futon is also organic wool with natural latex. No off-gassing materials in the home. All the cabinetry and woodworking is custom--we hope you'll enjoy the love that was put into our first home.
Accès des voyageurs
Please park anywhere in the driveway. The tiny house is about 100ft from the driveway. An aluminum cart is provided to move a lot of luggage. The cart is located on the side of the garage--on the way to the tiny house. The garage has a nice floodlight, but the path to the tiny house isn't illuminated (future plans are in place to add lights along the path). Please use your phone's flashlight or stop by the main house if you need a flashlight.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
We're hosts because we are "people" people. Michelle works from home. This means although she's busy with her job, she's on site during most days of the week for immediate assistance and greetings.
1. Stairs are steep and have alternating treads; easier than a ladder.
2. Kitchen is fully equipped but no oven. Feel free to ask to use ours.
3. Tiny house=tiny water heater: expect short showers. Hot water replenishes within approximately 20 minutes.
4. Composting toilet is user-friendly: just cover your business with sawdust; between sawdust and exhaust fans, odors are not an issue.
5. Quality coffee grounds available for each morning.
6. Buy local firewood to burn in our fire-pit area.
7. Coded-entry garage storage: You may store bikes/kayaks and other big items in the garage when you visit.
READ BEFORE YOU CONTINUE, by booking your reservation at the The Hudson Valley Tiny House through Airbnb, you (and any guests) agree to the following: You acknowledge that tiny houses are atypical structures and may present hazardous conditions and/or risks including, but not limited to:
* Alternating tread staircases without a railing
* Extremely hot water
* Low ceilings
* Rustic, camp-style, waterless composting toilet
By completing a reservation through Airbnb, you agree to use the the Hudson Valley Tiny House and the surrounding property at your own risk. You agree to not hold the homeowner or landowners liable for any injury, damage or loss of property that may occur while on the premises. Invalidity or unenforceability of one or more provisions of this agreement shall not affect any other provision of this agreement.
Thank you for reading the fine print! Now enjoy your stay!
Michelle and Chris have been slowly building their homestead over the years. Their goal is to grow as much food as possible and treat all living beings with respect. They love to travel and work on projects together. They both work in the green building industry in hopes to do their part.
Chris is seeking to nurture his relationship with the environment and to promote resilient homesteads. He's interested in permaculture, renewable energy, wood-working, rock climbing, energy and water efficiency, and growing organic food without exterior inputs.
Chris is still waiting for Michelle to write about herself. She's super loving, funny (don't tell her that), and a great listener. She's the best to be around.