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The Yewnicorn tiny house was built by Rudy Triller on a used gooseneck trailer* which allowed him to put a bedroom only a couple of steps up from the main floor which we really liked because it eliminated the need for a ladder and a loft.
*For anyone considering a used trailer for a tiny house build, please do your research to ensure that you know it's weight limit and that it meets all safety regulations to make it road worthy (for example we've heard that having brakes on a tiny house trailer is a must to make towing much safer).
We spent 3 night staying in this tiny house and it was super cozy, and really fun to try a different style of tiny house. A special thank you to our hosts for their warm welcome!
If you'd like to stay in the Yewnicorn tiny house, you can check it out on Airbnb here:
This micro cabin on wheels is 22.5 feet long including the gooseneck at the front and covered porch at the back. It has a full bathroom with a urine diversion toilet, stall shower, and space saving sink.
The kitchen has a 2-burner propane stove, a bar fridge, full-sized sink, and some counter space with an additional triangle-shaped cutting board that comes in handy!
The bedroom is mostly enclosed but it didn't feel claustrophobic because of the high ceiling, the window, and the large doorway at the head of the bed.
This size of tiny house would probably be best for 1 person over a longer period of time if only because there isn't much storage, and it can be a bit of a pain to crawl over someone to get out of bed (but that would likely also happen in a loft depending on the orientation of the mattress).