After 7 years living in an RV, Pam and Bruce Westra wanted to continue tiny space exploration in their new hometown of Portland, Oregon. Partnering with fellow RVer, Allison Meyer, the couple began building tiny homes- alongside their son Kevin- to turn an old parking lot into a micro-living hotel.
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They launched their Tiny Digs Hotel with many flavors of micro-shelter: the Barn, Cabin, Beach, Gypsy Wagon, Bamboo, and Modern (they recently added “The Arthur”, a caboose named after Pam’s train-obsessed grandfather).Make Tiny Digs your home away from home as you explore our exciting and eclectic city.
We imagined, designed and built the Tiny Digs collection, with a desire to showcase lots of different options for tiny house designs and of course, have BIG fun with the decor. Stay the night, stay a week or visit Tiny Digs on a tour day and satisfy all your curiosity.
All of Tiny houses on wheels have a small deck, are fully furnished, air-conditioned, with a sitting area, kitchen area, mini-fridge, a queen bed featuring luxury linens and pillows from Comphy, a full shower and a flush toilet.