People often ask us what to pack for their Getaways. We usually say ‘not much’ because we believe in the simplicity of just getting away to enjoy the great outdoors or great company.
Our tiny cabins also include all the essentials you’ll need—fresh linens on a queen bed with pillows and blankets, towels and a hot shower with shampoo, conditioner and body wash from Pharmacopia, kitchen cooking supplies and provisions for purchase. For the chefs and foodies, keep in mind that bringing large cooking appliances may over-complicate things and take up precious space. See the full list of what’s in our cabins here.
As for the rest, here’s what we recommend to pack, with a few different options based on how you like to get away.
The Bare Essentials
For the no-frills minimalist, this packing list will keep you light and your trip focused on doing nothing but living.
- Toothbrush + toothpaste
- Pajamas and a change of clothes for however long you’re staying
- Good walking shoes for outdoor terrain
- Anything you can’t live without for a night or more away (medication, etc.)
- Rain jacket and an extra layer, it gets colder at night than in the city
- Bug spray for the warmer months
The Adventurous Type
For those who like extra-adventure, this packing list will ensure your explorations into the wild are well-prepped for.
- A good headlamp if you like quiet night walks in the woods
- Canteen for water, soup or tea
- Bug spray
- Your own hammock to hang on the trees outside
The Cozy Type
For those who just want to enjoy the tiny cabin life, here are a few ideas to make your stay even cozier.
- An extra pair of thick socks
- A good book
- Your favorite board game
The nice thing about packing minimally is that it really makes you stop and think: what is truly essential in your life? In Marie Kondo speak—what brings you joy?