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Tiny House on Lake Hartwell near Greenville, South Carolina

Seneca, South Carolina (United States)

Tiny House on Lake Hartwell near Greenville, South Carolina

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Private Tiny house
3 guests
Entire Tiny house
Pets allowed

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This modern tiny house is located in Seneca, South Carolina, near Greenville, and can accommodate three guests. The tiny house has an open layout, with one memory foam, full-size bed, and a twin bed. Guests will find a state of the art Nature's Head composting toilet and closed-in shower on the back porch that looks out across the forest. There is a kitchenette, but guests also have access to the main kitchen on the property, where the resident chef provides breakfast. Linens and towels are provided.

The property also has a washer and dryer for laundry, Wi-Fi, and is fitted with heating and air conditioning.

Lake Hartwell lies in the backyard of the tiny house, providing guests with the opportunity to borrow kayaks, canoes, paddleboards, and more from the host to use on the water.

All guests have access to Wi-Fi throughout the property, as well DirectTV. There are two bathrooms and a kitchen where guests typically enjoy breakfast together. Outside, there are porches that overlook the lake, along with canoes and kayaks available.

Features and Services

  • Wi-Fi/Internet
  • Heating
  • Air conditioning
  • Fireplace
  • Washing machine
  • Shower
  • Shared Kitchen
  • Laundry service
  • Linens and pillows

Hosted by Scott

  • Response rate: 100%
  • Response time: Within 1 day
  • New accommodation

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Accommodation Rules

  • Check-in: 03:00 PM
  • Check-out: 11:00 AM
  • Infants allowed Under 2 years old
  • Children allowed 2-12 years old
  • Pets allowed
  • No smoking
  • No parties
  • Some spaces are shared
The property is not pet-friendly, however, service animals are always welcome. Smoking is prohibited.

A cleaning fee may apply and glampers may be charged for any additional guests per night after the first guest.

This property and the hosts are part of a permaculture and intentional-living community. Guests can participate in community meals and learn more about the values and practices of intentional living.

Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.

Cancellation policy

Free cancellation up to 24 hours
Flexible: You will receive a full refund if you cancel 24 hours or more prior to check-in.

Location & Surroundings

Seneca, South Carolina (United States)

Detailed location provided after booking


  • Swimming
  • Biking
  • Kayaking/Canoeing
  • Whitewater rafting
  • Fishing
  • Boating/Sailing
  • Wildlife watching
  • Feeding animals

Identifying as a Treehouse Learning Center, the property aims to teach guests more about sustainable living through tours of the property, showcasing on-site energy production, and how it reintroduces waste into the ecosystem. Tools and training are also provided for guests interested in getting involved. The tree house collective has kayaks and canoes for guests to use out on Lake Hartwell, as well as bikes available for riding around the area and into nearby Clemson.

In Clemson, guests will find the South Carolina Botanical Gardens, the Fort Hill Plantation, the Bob Campbell Geology Museum, and plenty of bars and restaurants. Guests interested in venturing into Greenville, just 45 minutes away, will find a multitude of recreational activities, such as biking along the Swamp Rabbit Trail (a former railroad corridor), eating at the many different delicious restaurants and shopping throughout walkable downtown Greenville, strolling through the Market on Main Street, a farmer's market that operates on Saturday mornings from 8:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m., or even visiting the Greenville County Museum of Art to examine the largest public collection of watercolors by realist artist Andrew Wyeth. Greenville also has its own "Children's Museum of the Upstate" for guests looking for family fun.