Hotel of Tiny Houses
There’s a new way to experience tiny house living in Portland. Whether you're planning your own tiny house build and want to check out some new ideas or just like to stay in unique places while on the road, we've got you covered. Come experience our hand-crafted units and numerous special details throughout.
Weeknights: Mon - Thur/Weekend: Fri & Sat
Rates starting as low as $139
Each tiny house is fully furnished, self-contained and the Barn and the Gypsy Wagon are pet friendly. Our tiny houses come with light cooking options, shower, flushing toilet, complimentary tea & coffee, and an attached deck. It's a perfect place to call home during your stay in Portland. Our goal is to provide you with an unforgettable experience.
Not just another hotel lobby
We've transformed an old car dealership into our oasis of tiny dreams. Currently we have 9 tiny houses (soon to be 10) that are snuggled together around a central guest hang-out space.
Chairs, couches, tables, two fire pits, art, and games along with plenty of greenery and twinkle lights have turned a parking lot into an outdoor lounge.
With close to 50 restaurants, breweries, and bars within a 10 minute walk, the Kerns neighborhood will keep you well-fed. We're also less than a mile to the convention center and just a 10 minute drive to down town.
Walk to the "most delicious half-mile"
Tiny Digs is located in the vibrant Kerns neighboorhood, around the corner from restaurant row on NE 28th Street - also called "the most delicious half-mile". Start your day at City State Diner & Bakery. They feature many items on their menu but don't overlook the nine kinds of eggs benedict! Grab a brew at Migration, go vegetarian/vegan at Epif, enjoy Thai comfort-food at PaaDee, or sit down for a slice at Ken's Artisan Pizza. Finish the night at Missionary Chocolates or Stuccato Gelato. All within walking distance.
Wander a bit farther along NE Burnside for tequila and mexican at Matador, Screen Door for southern fare, or try the famous Laurelhurst Market, part steakhouse, part butcher shop, 100% ode to all things meat. For a sweet treat and bubbly try Pix Patisserie. Laurelhurst theatre and the park are also nearby.
Staying with us has perks...
Firepits and outdoor seating
Way more interesting than a chain hotel
Close to Convention Center
Personal deck and seating
On premises security cameras
Easy neighborhood parking
About the owner
Tiny Digs is owned by Pam Westra.
Pam was a masters-educated special ed teacher before transitioning to Executive Director of Westra Wellness Center in Michigan, which she owned with her husband Bruce. After selling the practice several years ago, they traveled the country in their RV and evenutally landed in Portland to be near their adult children, hearts set on chasing their passion for tiny houses.