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20 Sep 2017 By

If You’re Heading to Oaxaca, Mexico to Check Out Agaves and Mezcals, Then You Gotta Stay in This Amazing Tiny House.

Go way off grid at this amazing tiny house in Oaxaca.

If you’re planning a trip to Mexcio, it’s likely you’re gonna visit the Jalisco region for the tequilas. You should also head to Oaxaca, to check out other agaves and mezcals, and if so, you gotta stay in this amazing abode.



The Tiny Casa in Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca, is an ultra tiny Airbnb cabin perfect for those looking for a completely off-grid getaway.

[ Here’s What You Should Know About Premium Tequila ]


Inspired by Henry David Thoreau’s Walden, the compact concrete casita is a simple one-bedroom, one-bath retreat surrounded by complete serenity.

Raw concrete covers the tiny escape on the interior and exterior. Sliding wooden shutters are used to cool the house in the hot summer months, and they open up to stunning panoramic views of the natural surroundings.

[ Here’s a brill photo essay on mezcal ]

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Although the casita only offers the basics in terms of amenities, it comes with a lovely outdoor pool and is just steps away from a pristine stretch of beach. Visitors can also make use of a pizza oven and read the day away in the swinging hammock.

[ 13 Things to Know About Agave ]

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The owner says that the simple, austere ambience of the home, which was inspired by Henry David Thoreau’s Walden, is meant to bring people back to the basics of simple living, “Casa Tiny is a place to escape from society. Enjoy a simple life for a couple of days, a week or a month in this minimal, low-impact, isolated abode.”


Read it at Inhabitat

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