Tiny House

Tinyhouse Minimalus III

Dessighofen, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany

A peaceful retreat where comfort meets closeness to nature and modernity merges with style – this is how you could describe the Tinyhouse Minimalus III in Rhineland-Palatinate.

Every corner of this accommodation has been lovingly built by the owner. Despite the limited space, guests can expect the highest level of comfort. The glass facade on the valley side is particularly impressive, offering a picturesque view like something out of a painting. Another highlight is a private whirlpool, waiting to provide moments of relaxation.

The host is Marius Bräunlich. He planned the house in 2022, built it in 2023 with the support of family and friends, and completed it in 2024. In Dessighofen you will find this oasis of peace and an environment characterized by lots of nature.

Marius has set himself the goal of creating an inviting atmosphere with his tiny house. Guests can expect high-quality interior design that scores with modern design accents. Made mainly of solid wood, stone and steel, it gives the room a noble atmosphere. The art of creating spaciousness in a small space was the guiding principle behind the design and it has been a complete success. Everywhere in the house there are lovingly crafted details that amaze guests - be it the floating kitchen unit, the hidden TV, the pull-out kitchen shelf or the curved terrace. Every element has been carefully selected to make the stay an unforgettable experience.

The ceiling height of over three meters and the large windows with a view of nature also make the house something special. You immediately notice that this is not a run-of-the-mill holiday home.

Rooms + Rates

per night
Tiny Housefrom170 €


ArchitectureMarius is an engineer for sustainable construction and shows guests with the tiny house that you can live in a small space with well-thought-out room planning/design. The house was built with sustainable materials (wood) and has wood fiber insulation. The entire construction process was redesigned. First, used windows and materials were purchased. The planning was then completed on this basis. Where possible, the furniture was also built by the host himself or bought second-hand. The stones for the quarry stone walls were dug out of the ground during the excavation work, cleaned and then installed. Materials that he could not buy second-hand are (where possible) from local building material dealers. The soil for the green roof is from the region.

EnvironmentThe small living space and the use of a heat pump minimize energy consumption. In addition, only ecological cleaning products are used, while a real wood worktop in the kitchen creates a natural atmosphere. A compost in the garden rounds off the sustainable concept, which aims to minimize environmental impact and contribute to protecting our resources.

Well-BeingThe tiny house has a private whirlpool where you can relax. Unfortunately, the whirlpool cannot be used in winter when temperatures are below zero.


  • Self-designed and self-built Tiny House with 3 meter ceiling height located in the Rhein-Lahn district
  • On a 800 m2 plot with old oak trees, nestled in a green valley
  • Generosity in a small space with large panoramic window overlooking the greenery
  • In the neighboring town, pottery courses, donkey walks and pony rides are offered (also for children)
  • Great starting point for many hikes and bike tours

Tiny House1 houseOwn cooking facilitiesChildren welcomeWi-Fino disabled accessno Poolno pets


  • Tiny House with space for up to 2 people
  • Well-equipped kitchenette
  • Bathroom with door to terrace
  • Sleeping area with ceiling windows
  • Terrace with private whirlpool
  • Minimum stay 2 nights (high season 3 nights)
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Rooms + Rates

per night
Tiny Housefrom170 €

Location + Directions

By car

Unfortunately, the tiny house is currently difficult to reach by public transport. From Wiesbaden it takes just under 50 minutes to get to Dessighofen (49 km). From Koblenz it takes just 25 minutes (25 km), from Frankfurt just under 1.5 hours (92 km), from Stuttgart just over 3 hours (271 km), from Kassel just under 3 hours (224 km) and from Cologne it takes around 1.5 hours (125 km). The exact address can be found on the website.