For the last two years we have been looking after guests on the farm. Our tiny house is called Hopper Hut and being tiny, we only host two people at the time. And their dogs (other pets have visited!) of course.
We have had a myriad of characters, respectful enquiries and also demands. People and their pets stayed for a couple of days or for a week and a half.
It’s been a steep learning curve for someone who identifies with: ‘…one day I barely clean my house and the next day I’m liable to lick the rafters and clean out nail holes with a needle.’ (Betty MacDonald, The Egg and I)
But we are enjoying it. And, working mainly through Airb&b we have been ‘a superhost’ for the last two years! (Note: knickers on the outside of your clothing are optional)
Being the face (but mostly hands) of our tiny house, I have been asked a lot of questions about starting up and running a holiday cottage on the farm and decided to put all I know right here, on these pages.
So the Tiny House Tails blog was born..
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