The Ultimate Glamping: The Shack at Hinkle Farm

If you love to live close to nature and tiny houses, the Shack at Hinkle Farm is the perfect place for the avid glamper.

This tiny shack was designed by Broadhurst Architects who wanted to create the ideal elements for a small camping shelter in West Virginia.

Although this shack is off the grid, it isn’t lacking in convenience, it offers oil lamps to provide light, a small wood stove, outdoor showers and it sits on four wood posts that serve as rodent barriers.

The view it totally worth the stay, the shack over looks 27-acres of immaculate woodland and mountains.

The Shack at Hinkle Farm is a wonderful place to visit for a weekend retreat in the great outdoors.

For more information on the Shack at Hinkle Farm, check out Apartment Therapy’s article: This Tiny Shack Might Be the Ultimate ‘Glamping’ Experience.

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Alexandria Autrey

Recent graduate from the University of Utah with a degree in Mass Communications and previously the lead writer for Glamping LLC.

One Reply to “The Ultimate Glamping: The Shack at Hinkle Farm”

  1. Great concept. This design is awesome. Makes me want to build something like this and it seems affordable. Did you have any plans or costs associated with the design?

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