At $125 a night, a startup offers rentable micro cabins to help urban dwellers escape the daily grind.
When it comes to escaping the city for a restorative stay in nature, few retreats offer the conveniences and charm found in the tiny cabins of Getaway. Riding the wave of the tiny house movement, the Harvard–born startup has nestled 75 rentable micro units in various remote forests.
Launched in the summer of 2015, Getaway has stayed true to its back-to-nature roots throughout its expansion, from its first campsite outside of Boston in Southern New Hampshire to its outposts near New York City and Washington, D.C.
To stimulate guests’ curiosity, the exact locations are kept secret until after booking. The campsites are, however, only a couple of hours from major East Coast cities. More so, a handy distance calculator is available online to keep driving expectations in check.