If you want to combine modern accommodation with the exploration of traditional Czech cities and countryside, Tiny Vacation is the best choice for you. Furthermore, you have a chance to unplug yourself and focus on essential things, you and your company.
Experience the Minimalist Lifestyle
Have you ever thought about how much space we need for a comfortable life? Let’s try a minimalist lifestyle at least for a few days. Tiny Vacation has only 26 m2, but you can find here everything you need, spacious kitchen, bathroom, bedroom and living room with large windows. This was my favorite place of the house because the windows are oriented on the West, so you can watch the color game of sunset with a view over the local pond. If you have wine and a good company, you have everything you need during such a moment.
Tiny Vacation has no TV and wi-fi (signal is available), so you have a chance to minimize all the distractions of the modern world and focus on the present moment. There is no wonder that the majority of guests are couples who have a chance to spend time together. The house is designed for two persons, not really for a family vacation. The message is clear, slow down, and enjoy the present moment. Furthermore, this tiny house is constructed only with natural materials, and it can provide the comfort of modern life as well.
Story of Tiny Vacation
Tiny Vacation is open for guests since the summer of 2019. However, the idea of this wooden cabin in Scandinavian style had been shaping for years. Tomáš, the owner and idea-maker of Tiny Vacation, went through several life experiences, such as living and working abroad, including Scandinavian countries, corporate life, and slowing down with family life.
With settling down with his charming wife Marcela, he started to project the Tiny Vacation on the edge of their private property. It took about two years to complete it because Tomáš was aiming for high standards and quality in every detail. You can clearly see it everywhere around you.
Trips Around Tiny Vacation
Tiny Vacation is on the mid-way between Prague and Český Krumlov. The closest town is Písek that I recommend visiting, especially the oldest bridge in the Czech Republic. You can also stop by charming Chateau Blatná and/or Castle Zvíkov. On direction back to Prague, there is also an interesting city Příbram with the only well-preserved gulag on the Czech territory.