Shipping Container Home at Highland & CO Acres


Tiny house hosted by Jaimie

2 guests, 1 bedroom, 1 bed, 1 bathroom
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As seen on 'Living Big in a Tiny House', enjoy a one of a kind experience while you escape the city and getaway to nature on a sustainable 12 acre homestead. Just minutes from I5 this house takes tiny to a whole new level! Custom living spaces downstairs and the upstairs bedroom, accessed via a spiral staircase, overlooks the valley. Relax on the private deck as you take in the sunset and enjoy the wonder of the Highlander cows & their friends, explore the gardens, or simply relax!

The space
With a full kitchen, you are ready to nestle in for a stay and enjoy the peaceful valley and all nature has to offer. Because we do all of our own improvements, we are constantly working around the property and there is always a new fun project just over the horizon ;) Sig, our working LGD, is part of the family too and keeps all our animal friends safe from the wild things. A working dog keeps predators away - a very important job since we live in the woods!

Where you'll sleep

1 queen bed

What this place offers

Garden view
Valley view
Free parking on premises
52" TV with Amazon Prime Video, Netflix
Free washer – In unit
Free dryer – In unit
Air conditioning
Security cameras on property

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Where you’ll be

Kalama, Washington, United States

Located just minutes from I5, yet tucked at the end of a wooded private road, Highland & Company Acres is a small piece of paradise that allows you to feel like you are miles from the city. While our homestead is a perfect place to unwind and recharge, Kalama has a wonderful marina with beautiful sandy beaches along the Columbia River, or enjoy a day on the Kalama River, drive the scenic gorge or visit Mt. St. Helens. Highland & Company Acres is the perfect spot to end your day after exploring and adventuring.

Hosted by Jaimie

  1. Joined in April 2019
  • 56 Reviews
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Hi! My husband, Dave and I live in a shipping container home that we built ourselves on 5 acres. We love creating fun projects and growing our little homestead. We are definitely learning how to live our best life :)

During your stay

We, Jaimie & Dave live in the house at the top our sustainable 12 acre homestead, and while we work Monday - Thursday are available evenings and weekends if you need anything. The shipping container home is just one of the spaces available at Highland & Company Acres, but we work hard to make every guest feel welcome and strive to make your stay the best it can be! Sig, our Great Pyrenees livestock guardian is a working dog and keeps all of our animal friends safe come morning. He loves all the love, but takes his job seriously, especially at night.
We, Jaimie & Dave live in the house at the top our sustainable 12 acre homestead, and while we work Monday - Thursday are available evenings and weekends if you need anything. The…

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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: 16:00 - 18:00
Check out: 11:00
Self check-in with keypad
Not suitable for children and infants
No smoking
No pets
No parties or events

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Carbon monoxide alarm
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