I'm no newbie when it comes to tiny home holidays.
The cost of living in Sydney, and the cost of travelling overseas is ridiculously high! Mix that in with paying for a new house build, and my husband, and my desire to go on very frequent holidays makes tiny home holidays the perfect option for the quick weekend getaway.
Usually tiny homes are located very far away from the CBD so you can truly become immersed in nature away from the noisy city, and the stresses that come with city living. In every tiny home I've visited it has had a compost toilet, long dirt road drive to reach, and very minimal in decorations.
At only $199 a night which was far cheaper than the other tiny homes we've stayed in, 6Sixteen was just like living in a fancier style granny flat.
It had a queen bed upstairs with lamps, and a window out to view the garden. Downstairs was a fold out sofa that folded into a double bed.
For the bathroom it had a free standing shower, toilet (not compost!!!), sink, towels, vanity mirror, and air vent.
The kitchen was fully stocked so you could cook anything on the portable electric stove, place perishables in the fridge or freezer, and plenty of cupboards for storage.
The living room had a tv mounted with access to Netflix, and free to air TV. And thankfully there was an air conditioner that also acted as a heater!
Outside was a pretty little patio which is perfect for to sit sundowners as you overlook the rolling hills...
A fire pit with lounge chairs for smores...
A hammock to relax...
And a large garden space to roam around.
As the owner is also on the property in a separate building, you'll also probably meet their two adorable Labradors who roam the property, and are VERY affectionate!