250-square foot Kaya has a rustic reclaimed metal and wood exterior

There are all sorts of tiny house designs, styles, sizes and plans with a tiny house to suit just about everyone. This "Quaint Cabin," is a simple rustic design that is available for nightly stays.

This quaint cabin is one of 14 cabins at the Blue Moon Rising ecotourism retreat in McHenry, Maryland. The 250 square foot Kaya has a rustic reclaimed metal and wood exterior. The quaint cabin is built by the people at Hobbitat, and has a quaint interior that features a living space, queen bed nook, bathroom, kitchen with a view of nature, all underneath a curved, corrugated metal ceiling. There is a vintage dining table in the dining area, with mini fridge and NuWave cooktop in the kitchen area. There is also a full bathroom with shower. The quaint cabin has free wifi. Bill and Bruce from Hobbitat have created some lighting fixtures out of reclaimed materials that are cool and functional. Out back through the pines is quick access to hiking trails and close by is a community fire pit. Rental prices for the quaint cabin per night range from $249 to $349. You'll want to take a look inside this cute character cabin.

When staying at the Blue Moon Rising village you will feel like part of a community. You'll experience the beauty of Deep Creek Lake while staying in one of their 14 cabins. Their vacation rentals complement the natural landscape of their site, and they encourage a sense of community throughout. Each cabin has a unique design and personality they hope their guest enjoy for their distinct characteristics. They were built locally in Cranesville, Maryland by their friends at Hobbitat.

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