City dwellers in northern Holland can escape the rat race at this off-grid prefab cabin in the Robbenoord forest.
The shingle-clad tiny home was designed and built by Gidus Hopmans and Sasja Wiegersma, founders of eco campsite Het Bos Roept! in Slootdorp, and clocks in at a dinky 160 sq ft.
It’s available to rent via Airbnb from €75 per night and accommodates two people inside its simple, timber interiors, which include a small but perfectly formed kitchen and a fixed bed. A swooping arch informally separates the latter, and there’s an open living room set around a wood-burning stove and full-width glass pane that peeks onto the forest.
The only downside to the Dutch holiday home is that shower facilities are communal, and there’s no running water in the hut, but as glamping cabins go, this one set a high bar.