One tiny house; 20 acres of Sierra wilderness. The architectural ratio of square footage to square acreage in this spot less than 20 miles from Yosemite skews wholly West—house as an extension of its environment. Here, it’s a modern take on an A-frame log cabin (from $250/night), surrounded by Momma Nature’s finest: grassy green meadows, crowd-free swimming holes, and choose-your-own-adventure hiking trails.
Sure, you can camp in the park. But why not abandon the sleep sack for a weekend and embrace indoor plumbing in your own private Yosemite?
Bonus: You can still doze off under the stars, which can be seen from the 16-foot skylights stretching above the sleeping loft.