Yes, children can stay in a tiny house with Tiny Away, but some hosts have specified that their space may not be safe or suitable for children or infants. You may wish to note that some tiny houses come with a loft and the bed is on the loft which may make it unsafe for children or infants.
If you want to narrow down your choices when looking for a place to stay, you can use search filters.
Description for filters
Other filters are available as well, some of which can be found by selecting More next to the filters that are showing. In particular for filtering a tiny house with loft or without loft, see this below:
- Room type: Choose the type of space you'd like to book, for example with loft or without loft.
For easy reference, please click here to see the list of tiny houses without loft.
Infants (children under 2 years old) aren't counted as guests when you're booking a reservation and don't incur any extra costs. Some hosts count children as guests, which can add an additional guest fee to the reservation.