Nestled under a canopy of deciduous trees, Tiny Elizabeth feels removed from the world. It is named after the playful and enigmatic protagonist from Jane Austen's Pride and Prejudice.
Tiny Elizabeth is sociable by nature, residing on a semi-secluded farm just over an hour north of Sydney. With views of rolling farmland, Tiny Elizabeth is home to both farm animals and native Australian wildlife. Take a short five-minute drive and you will find yourself in a nearby village peppered with gourmet wine bars and plenty of local eateries.
Expect to leave Tiny Elizabeth with a newfound zest for adventure.
Tiny Elizabeth is a tiny home that sleeps up to three people with a queen-sized bed upstairs and a king-size single by the window. The property is suitable for two-wheel drive (guests will need to park and walk five metres).