Tiny house France

Tiny houses are the best. Not simply because they are increasingly popular as holiday accommodation and permanent homes, but because of how they make you feel. Cozy, intimate, and heart-warming, our tiny houses make your stay just magical. Especially when you visit one of the most romantic places in Europe - rural France. You don’t believe me? Just take a look below and see what I mean.

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Tiny house France

Tiny houses are the best. Not simply because they are increasingly popular as holiday accommodation and permanent homes, but because of how they make you feel. Cozy, intimate, and heart-warming, our tiny houses make your stay just magical. Especially when you visit one of the most romantic places in Europe - rural France. You don't believe me? Just have a look at our website and see what we mean.

The idea of ​​tiny houses rentals was created by a trend called the “Tiny House Movement”. Originally started in America, it was rapidly spread worldwide. The movement promotes living in mini homes with a surface between 15 and 50 square meters. Residents choose to enjoy a simple life or as Danish and Norwegian people say: a “Hygge” lifestyle. The small tiny houses are often made from sustainable materials. Living in a beautiful tiny house has many advantages, such as being more environmentally friendly and financially beneficial. Also, it gives you more time and freedom because you spend less on cleaning. There are no rules when it comes to the design of a mini tiny house. For example, there are cheap tiny houses on wheels that the owners can take with them everywhere, but there are also small tiny houses that have a permanent place. The range is also very diverse in terms of appearance. There are brightly colored tiny wooden houses, but also modern tiny houses with a sleeker design. Already looking forward to experimenting how it is to live in a mini home? Check out the website of Nature.house and select one of the small French houses.

Charming French nature

While staying in one of the holiday houses, you will be exposed to the natural diversity of this country. The flora and fauna in France vary due to its range of topography and climate. The temperature differences between the north and south influence the flora and wildlife throughout the country. This means that there is a lot to discover and get to know in different parts of France! In each region, you will find new treasures - special plants and animals as well as undiscovered places. It's no wonder why the country is such a popular destination for tourists to go on holiday! Towards the Mediterranean area, olive trees, vines, mulberry, and fig trees, as well as laurel, wild herbs, and maquis can be spotted. In the forests, on the north and center - oak, beech, pine, birch, poplar, and willow can be discovered.

The fauna of France is typical of western European countries. French forests are home to polecats and martens, wild boars, and deers. While exploring nature, there is a chance to spot hedgehogs, shrews, foxes, weasels, bats, squirrels, badgers, rabbits, mice, otters, and beavers. Most of the birds that can be spotted in France are largely migratory. In the Mediterranean zone birds such as flamingos, terns, buntings, herons, and egrets can be spotted. Known as 'bouquetins' in French, Alpine ibexes are found in parts of the French Alps. Today, there are about 9,000 of them that can be found in the Vanoise national park or the higher parts of the Alps. Make sure to visit The Burgundy Canal, if you're planning to go fishing during your holidays in France! Here, you will be able to catch pike, zander, bream, perch, or carp. In the nearby waters, you may also find eels, lobster, salmon, or crayfish. There are plenty of options for you to book a small French house and enjoy simple things like a promenade in France’s nature.

Your experience with our tiny houses in France

Small French houses are suitable holiday homes for anyone who'd like to slow down and live a simple life for a while. Take a promenade in France, in the verdant meadows and rolling hills of its countryside, find some peace and quietness, and enjoy the beautiful nature around you. Our accommodations are always situated in the natural world and away from the crowds, offering the perfect conditions for a truly relaxing stay. Unbothered by the outside world, you can reconnect with yourself and nature. For the best experience during your stay, choose the perfect natural surrounding. The majestic mountain ranges of France or somewhere deep in the woods? Perhaps even a tiny house near the sea? Think about your favorite outdoor activities - fishing, swimming, cycling, hiking ... The country offers various landscapes, so there's something for everyone.

Explore as many villages as possible to discover the charm of architecture, art, and the historical vibe. An interesting activity could be visiting one of the many medieval castles France has to offer. Do you prefer an adventure holiday near nature? Then, go canoeing on the River Ardèche or learn to surf on the coast. Do you like cycling? Then you must choose an adventure on Roger Lapebie bike path in the Entre-Deux-Mer region. This particular route is appreciated for its lush natural landscape. You can also travel through Alsace, a destination for cyclists. You will cross the famous vineyards of this area and discover the Alsatian villages. This region delights sports enthusiasts and culture lovers.

What about hiking? Hikes usually start as soon as you step outside of your cottage. By the time you return you can enjoy a glass of traditional French wine on your terrace. Also, you can combine hiking with a nice picnic with a beautiful view. If you have a passion for mountains and hills, then we suggest you visit the South of France. Also, in the South and Southeast of the country in between the Alps and the Pyrenees, you can enjoy the high mountain peaks and rock formations. It is definitely a place where you can come to peace, in the middle of the outstanding nature! But if you're looking for a long and completely immersive hiking experience, then, GR20 is your dream destination. It runs from north to south down the middle of Corsica. It takes about 11-15 days to complete! But within these days, there's so much to explore. It is worth a hike because of the spectacular view from the top after all the hard work of getting to the summit. If you have a passion for skiing, then French Alps will be your winter wonderland. Are you a sports enthusiast? Then Limousin is the place to be. This region offers a wide variety of outdoor activities like hiking, horse riding, water-skiing, cycling, kayaking, and fishing. Moreover, the location of your small French house will definitely encourage you for many other fun activities inside the yard, like playing ball, badminton, sunbathing, or swimming if the accommodation like a villa has a swimming pool.

Must-see natural sights

La Montagne des lamas et alpagas

Visit this beautiful place in Lorraine, a region in the north-east of France. If you plan to go with your children, it will be so much fun as they can see more than 50 llamas and alpacas. You can enjoy a lovely day admiring the natural setting of La Bresse and feeding the friendly llamas and alpacas. No matter what age you are, you will definitely have a great time in nature together with your loved ones. Would you like to know more about this place? Don’t hesitate and choose one nice tiny house in the gorgeous French region of Lorraine. Hurry up and pack your luggage for a memorable holiday!

The Camargue Salt Flats

Enjoy the spectacular landscape of the Camargue Salt Flats. Its name comes from the largest river delta in Western Europe, the Camargue. What is special about this natural sight is that it is pink. Yes, you read it right! It has this unusual colour because of the salt lagoons that are there. Besides this, you will also be able to spot some wildlife that seems detached from a fairytale. Flamingos and Camargue horses simply beautify this magnificent place in France. Don’t forget to take some pictures when you are there and enjoy the peace and quiet. After a day in such a magical place, how about spending the evening in a wonderful tiny house? You definitely deserve this experience in France!

Lac de Vassivière

Lac de Vassivière is the perfect place for a promenade in France. Enjoy a lovely day with your loved ones in the largest water area in the region of Limousin. It is a man-made reservoir that has approximately 10 square kilometers. The artificial lake was built after World War II and it is located in the Millevaches Regional Natural Park. Besides this attraction, Limousin has many more to offer. In this region, you will find historical sights and absolutely gorgeous landscapes. Hiking in the Massif Central Mountains is definitely worth trying! Are you already curious? See all the available small French houses on the website of Nature.house.

Book a lovely tiny house in one of these French regions

Normandy

Normandy is a region in the northern part of France. It is a place full of history as it is well known for D-Day, when the American, French, British, and Canadian troops gave their lives to recapture Normandy and win against the Nazis. The beautiful beaches, such as Omaha Beach, are memorial sites that remind tourists of the heroic battles. In Normandy, you will be able to spot breathtaking views of the white chalk cliffs. Rent one of our gorgeous tiny houses in Normandy. Don’t miss the chance!

Burgundy

The heart of France is formed by Paris and the regions around it. One of these regions is Burgundy. A famous sight there is the Abbey of Fontenay. This is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is situated in a secluded green valley far from civilization. Here you can relax completely between the buildings from the 12th century and beautiful gardens. Around the abbey, you will find several walking routes along paths where monks used to walk. How about a promenade in France’s beautiful region?

Aquitaine

Have a memorable holiday in one of our nice tiny houses in the third largest region of France, Aquitaine. Don’t know what to expect? Let’s see… Sandy beaches, crystal-clear waters, medieval towns, and superb mountains. How does all of this sound to you? Explore the region’s natural gems, such as the Lascaux caves that are part of the UNESCO heritage. Moreover, the worldwide famous Bordeaux is located in Aquitaine. Therefore, delight your taste buds with some famous Bordeaux wine and local delicacies, for example, foie gras, duck breasts, or gizzards. Aquitaine is a culinary paradise with approximately 20 restaurants that have been awarded Michelin stars. It’s not all about food, but also sports. Swimming, surfing, and sailing are lovely water activities that you can practice. Also, Aquitaine has 250 kilometers of beautiful beaches, which means that you have a lot to discover. This part of France is known for being the first spa region in the country and now it has 30 spa towns. Sounds like a relaxing holiday, right?

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