With the fall season right around the corner, nothing is more beautiful than taking in the beauty of the Ouachita Mountains in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Imagine sitting out on the deck of this custom-built two-story "Tiny House," enjoying a hot cup of coffee.

This one-bedroom one-bath tiny house is part beach cottage, part woodland cabin so you get the best of both worlds, my kinda place. The custom home was built by using reclaimed timbers and historic brick pavers and tastefully decorated throughout, right down to the finest detail.

The kitchen/dining area provides a fridge with a freezer, microwave, full-size coffee maker, as well as electric skillet.

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After a day on the lake head to your private courtyard that offers an outdoor shower and outdoor grill.

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Sleep in comfort upstairs in a spacious room big enough for a king-size bed.

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The bathroom has everything you need for a relaxing shower.

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This tiny house is perfect for a couple's romantic weekend or a week-long stay because sleeps up to 3 people. All your essentials are provided including free Wifi.

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The great part about staying here is that you are less than 10 minutes away from downtown historic Hot Springs. The price to stay here will not strain your pocketbook with an average of $125 per night, beats staying in a noisy hotel.

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Here's what guest Renee had to say about her recent stay in August.

This property was amazing. It was everything we could have asked for. Great location not far from downtown, right on the lake in a very quiet neighborhood. We had planned a much-needed rest away from home and we got much more. The owners were fabulous and so attentive to make sure our stay was great. Recommend this property 100%. :)

And right now this Vrbo property looks like it has a few avails for late September and October. Stay in this unique tiny house 90 minutes away from Texarkana.

For more on this getaway please visit their website.

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