Tiny House at Alexandria Nicole Cellars
Last weekend, we took a road trip to Eastern Washington to stay at the Tiny houses at Alexandria Nicole Cellars. I have always wanted to stay in a tiny house and this idyllic setting had me day dreaming about the possibility of one day building our own little tiny house nestled in the woods. There were so many things I loved about this house, from the garage door to the expansive deck and the sweeping views of the Columbia river and the winery. If I know one thing for certain a change of scenery always does both my heart and mind good.
Even though it was a tiny house at roughly 500 square feet the house felt spacious. The garage door in the living room really helped to bridge the outdoors in and having such a large deck felt like it almost doubled the space. Since the house was so welcoming, peaceful and had everything we needed there was really no reason to leave once during our stay.
On the property there are three other tiny houses. Each house is situated for maximum privacy and enjoyment. During our visit we stayed in Jet Black which is the most sleek and modern of all four houses.
From the bedroom you look out to the Columbia River and rows and rows of grapes.
During the day Jasper enjoyed cruising around the property on his bike while I loved feeling as though I had been transported to Tuscany.
On the inside of our house there were thoughtful ties to the winery. From the wine barrel accent wall in the living room to the cork flooring these elements helped to tie you to your surroundings and give you a strong sense of place.
At night we enjoyed dinner alfresco, eating the complimentary s'mores on the deck and seeing how many shooting stars we could spot while sitting around the fire pit.
As the sun sunk down low on the horizon and the sky light up like a wildfire I loved to watch how the sunlight filtered through the rows of grapes and in that moment all the world seemed right.
I am excited to come back to visit the other tiny houses and see how the surrounding area changes with the seasons.
This post was sponsored by Alexandria Nicole Cellars.
All opinions stated here are my own and I was under no obligation to write anything other than my personal experience. I will never write about anything I did not enjoy or find to be a valuable experience.