Sitting space with view of gardenOpen to ceiling
359 Tiny rotating house - Mississippi neighborhood
359 Tiny rotating house - Mississippi neighborhood
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 bath
2 guests
1 bedroom
1 bed
1 bath
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We have a unique tiny house which rotates 359 degrees! Large windows can be pointed toward the sun or away from the sun! Wherever you want! It's located in the Mississippi/Williams neighborhood with many new shops and restaurants and just a few minutes to downtown. Check it out as seen in Slate magazine with video (URL HIDDEN)


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Cleaning Fee $95 CAD
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Smoke detector
Carbon monoxide detector
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1 night minimum stay

95 Reviews

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Kjersten User Profile
September 2017
We loved this rotating tiny home and would definitely stay here again. The house itself is so neat! It's on a mostly quiet street but is still very close to a lively neighborhood with bars, shops, and restaurants. Everything about the stay was easy and comfortable.

Julie User Profile
September 2017
Absolutely revolutionary tiny -house living. Perfect for 1 person- still very comfortable for 2.

SVana User Profile
September 2017
Amazing location. Close to everything with plenty of great places to walk to if you're feeling adventurous. Becca was lovely, and the house was great. Very well stocked for a short stay, plus a few thoughtful welcome goodies.

Hilary User Profile
September 2017
We had such an amazing stay in Becca's Tiny House; we have not stopped sharing photos and reviews of our time there with family and friends. The home is surrounded by beautiful landscaping and plants, which made it feel like we were staying in a private garden. You can tell that they take pride in their property and those who experience it. The home itself was cozy and comfortable. Because of how steep the steps were, we kept our suitcase downstairs and just made sure to keep that area tidy. There was coffee available as well as snacks which became useful for out one day of hiking (thank you for those!). And even though we were there during an exceptionally warm time, we slept very comfortably. The location was perfect for us and we quickly discovered that we preferred the offerings of the neighborhood than heading into the downtown area every day. It also helped that there was a long list of suggestions close by for us to enjoy. Becca was a wonderful host and was great at communication. She and her husband introduced themselves on separate occasions when coming and going. We really loved our time spent there and would highly recommend their tiny home to anyone looking to have a relaxing retreat while visiting the city. I would just make sure the steps would not be an issue for those staying since it is closer to a ladder than actual stairs. Thank you again for a wonderful experience in Portland.

Casey User Profile
August 2017
Excellent space in a great location. We stayed for one night, but I could see wanting a larger space if staying for more than a few days. Becca and Ethan provided a very nice guide pamphlet covering the area, which proved very useful. Ethan was kind enough to rotate the home so it was facing away from the sun and it kept the temperature bearable, which was great when we showed up! I would gladly stay there again, and recommend to anyone else visiting Portland.

Jennifer User Profile
August 2017
Beautiful, unique house. Very clean and quiet. Loved the neighborhood, too. So glad we stayed here.

Jen User Profile
August 2017
My husband and I stayed at Becca's house following the solar eclipse, and it was the perfect place to crash on our way out of town. It's an architectural gem that is like nowhere else we've ever stayed. The property is lovely, and in a great neighborhood walking distance from great restaurants and shopping. The one thing to know is that it is quite small, so pack light! Also, the bathroom sink and the kitchen sink are one and the same, which was not a problem for a short stay. We loved this house though, and Becca was wonderful to deal with.

Portland, Oregon, United StatesJoined in September 2013
Becca User Profile

Married to Ethan with two elementary aged boys. We spend a lot of our free time river rafting and in the woods. Vassar college grad and medical school at the University of Michigan.

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