Tipsy is a 180 sqft (including loft) tiny house located in the heart of West Seattle, minutes from restaurants, bars, coffee shops, boutiques, grocery stores, Sunday Farmer’s Market, etc. The tiny house is also located to the famous Alki Beach & Lincoln Park. Downtown Seattle is a quick drive/bus/water taxi away.. Note to guests: Please ensure you understand our strict cancellation policy before booking. In addition, alterations for future dates or shortening your stay will not be accepted.
“This tiny home is adorable and comfortable and has a nice outdoor space with chairs and benches and a table. You won’t be disappointed if you decide to stay here ☺️”
Artistic space,walking distance to gas works park, eye candy neighborhood gardens, breweries, recreational mj, diverse eateries, kayaking etc. Comfy NEST bed ( high end foam), Wi Fi & private new bathroom & own entrance. Shared access to Separate meditation studio on ground floor of main house. coffee/tea/micro/fridge & Storage for luggage as needed.
“What an incredible space! We were lucky enough to be there on a Thursday night, so we joined Regina’s meditation and yoga class. After all the travel, it was a perfect reset, physically, mentally, and emotionally - Regina is a phenomenal teacher. The space was full of little touches, from fresh fruit to local coffee cups, with everything beautifully decorated and tidy. Regina is kind enough to share the use of her hot tub (what a lovely experience!) and she is knowledgeable about her city. One of the best Air BnB experiences I’ve ever had!”
Escape the bustle of the city and relax in a cozy backyard sanctuary. Sample local craft beer in an Adirondack chair in the garden, and switch on a heat lamp when it gets chilly. Watch a widescreen TV from the bed and make espresso in the morning.
“This is a charming and hidden gem in the up & coming neighborhood of Ballard. The hosts are very welcoming and accommodating. The Cottage has everything that you could need and it was a wonderful place to stay. Very conveniently located near a bus line and just a short walk from the shopping/dinning area of Ballard.”