I have 3 different awesome Tinies on Airbnb around the county, in NC, GA, and CO. Resonable prices for the custom creative abodes ;). You can click on my profile to get to them, or lookup my business, 98 squared on Fb and clock book now.
We just listed a refurbished 1891 summer kitchen Tiny House in eastern PA and it's tiny...150 sq ft. Kept the old beamd and chimney, but added a loft, full bathroom and kitchenette. It's booking ok. The first guests are scheduled for memorial weekend. Hoping for good reviews as this isn't our first rodeo in the hosting arena. Crossing our fingers for continued success. https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/23922888
I would like to plug my tinyhouse in this list. I'm feeling blue since a guest left us a 3 star review stating that everything was awesome. I've poured my heart into this tiny gem and I really love it!
One thing I struggle with though is taking good pictures in such a small space, especially since the platform won't allow me to upload any fisheye or panorama pictures. Any advice?
@Giulia297 I'd love some advice on that as well. I don't host a tiny house, but my guest bedroom/bathroom are small and have interesting curves, high ceilings, etc, and it's really hard to stand back far enough to get a really good shot, especially in the horizontal format that looks best on the site. How about reposting this question as a new topic, as almost no one will see it buried in the Tiny House Topic. Maybe some adept photographers can give us tips.