Explore the charm of Hauts-de-France from a Tiny House

The Hauts-de-France region, rich in history and natural beauty, now offers a unique travel experience thanks to tiny house rentals. If you're looking for an unusual adventure while discovering this magnificent region of northern France, tiny houses are an ideal accommodation option. These tiny houses offer a comfortable getaway in picturesque surroundings, and an opportunity to experience minimalist living in the heart of nature.

Why choose a Tiny House in Hauts-de-France?

  1. Close to nature: Hauts-de-France is renowned for its natural beauty. Opting for a tiny house lets you live as close to nature as possible. You can wake up to views of fields and forests, depending on the location of your choice.
  2. Minimalist living experience: living in a tiny house gives you the opportunity to simplify your life, reduce your ecological footprint, and detach yourself from superfluous material possessions. It's an ideal experience for travelers in search of simplicity.
  3. Comfort: Despite their small size, tiny houses are equipped with all the comforts you need. Kitchen, queen-size bed overlooking nature, bathroom and ecorepsonsables toilet.

Escape to the Hauts de France in a Tiny House

Renting a tiny house in Hauts-de-France is a unique way to discover this picturesque region while enjoying a memorable travel experience. Whether you're looking for relaxation, adventure or a minimalist living experience, these tiny houses offer a comfortable getaway in an exceptional setting. So get ready to explore the treasures of Hauts-de-France from the cozy comfort of a Parcel tiny house.

1 Tiny house(s) in "Hauts de France

Mesbrecourt-Richecourt (Aisne)

In the grounds of a historic château in Picardy, your tree house plays hide-and-seek among century-old trees.

4 adults , 4 children

2h from Paris / 1h30 from Lille

dogs accepted

lost on the estate

From 119 € / night

More Tiny Houses to open soon in the Hauts de France region

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Our Tiny Houses in Hauts de France

Tiny House rental in Aisne

The Aisne, a multi-faceted region for a change of scenery.

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3 reasons to rent a Parcel tiny house

To disconnect and let go

Here, no wifi or TV, but books, games and a cool K7 radio to keep you entertained. Take the time during your stay to switch off.

A bath in nature

Lost in the middle of vineyards, fields or forests, with no neighbors. Take a breath of fresh air and immerse yourself in the heart of nature.

To sleep in a cosy nest

No compromises: ultra-comfortable cabins with soft beds and panoramic views of nature, fully-equipped kitchens and bathrooms.

Comfort, minimalism and elegance

Our Tiny Houses have been designed to minimize their environmental impact while offering a minimalist, yet elegant comfort. They are built with ecological materials such as raw wood and natural fibers.

Included in your Tiny House

  • Bed
    Ultra-soft queen-size bed
  • Shower, toilet and kitchen
  • Soft sheets and towels
  • Heater and fan
  • Board games, books and radio K7
  • Coffee and tea
  • Yoga mats
  • Baby bed on request
  • Barbecue available (depending on destination)

Discover the opinions and feedbacks of our travelers.

Magical moment spent in the heart of the vineyards of Château Champion in the Tiny House Parcel.


Thank you Parcel Tiny House for this incredibly well thought out tiny which allowed me to spend a pleasant dream stay (completely disconnected!).


Wonderful weekend in Sabine's tiny in the middle of the horses. The tiny is very cosy, warm thanks to its gas stove and bright.


A superb stay in the Tiny house, a top farm in organic farming with great products and a real know-how.


Discover Hauts-de-France: history, culture and natural beauty

Hauts-de-France, located in northern France, is a region rich in history, culture and natural beauty. This unique region, formed in 2016 by the merger of Picardie and Nord-Pas-de-Calais, offers a wide variety of experiences for visitors. From historic towns to sandy beaches and lush green landscapes, here's a glimpse of what this region has to offer.

History and heritage

The Hauts-de-France region is steeped in history. It has been the scene of numerous battles and events that have shaped Europe. The city of Amiens, with its famous Gothic cathedral listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is an architectural gem not to be missed. The Musée de la Grande Guerre in Péronne, meanwhile, offers a moving insight into the First World War and its impact on the region.

Military history buffs can also visit the battlefields of the Somme, where thousands of soldiers lost their lives in the First World War. These commemorative sites are a reminder of the importance of peace and reconciliation.

Culture and gastronomy

The culture of Hauts-de-France is influenced by its proximity to Belgium, and this is reflected in its cuisine. Don't miss the opportunity to sample delicious dishes such as carbonnade flamande (a beef stew with beer), moules-frites (mussels cooked with French fries) and, of course, Belgian cheeses and beers.

The region is also proud of its folklore and traditions, notably the carnivals of Dunkirk and Cassel, where locals dress up and parade through the streets singing traditional songs.

Nature and landscapes

The Hauts-de-France region offers a breathtaking variety of landscapes. The Opal Coast, with its sandy beaches and cliffs, is an ideal place for outdoor enthusiasts. You can stroll along sand dunes, go kite flying, or explore charming seaside resorts like Le Touquet-Paris-Plage.

The region is also home to marshes, forests and nature parks, ideal for hiking and wildlife observation. The Scarpe-Escaut Regional Nature Park and the Caps et Marais d'Opale Regional Nature Park are popular destinations for nature lovers.

An unusual stay in a Tiny House to live to the rhythm of the Hauts de France region

The Hauts-de-France region is a must-see destination for travelers in search of history, culture and varied landscapes. Whether you're a history buff, a food lover or a nature enthusiast, there's something special about this region. Come and discover the hidden treasures of Hauts-de-France and let yourself be seduced by its authentic charm while staying in a Tiny House in the heart of nature.