If you've been dreaming of escaping to a tiny Airbnb house for the weekend, we just made your search for one a little bit easier.\nBelow is a list of seven small cabins that are as quirky as they are cool — check it out!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nThe tiny Airbnb house movement is taking over. In an attempt to lessen our carbon footprint, be more ecologically friendly, clean lives (and souls) of extraneous stuff, and just live a downright adorable experience, tiny homes are becoming even more popular on Airbnb. Quebec is already ahead of the game when you want to live the curated life with these eight tiny home rentals, but if you're looking to include a U.S road trip to the agenda, we found seven spots over the border that are big on style and small on space.\nEach of the homes below are under 400 square feet but still manage to include everything you could need for a weekend away. And with the cost of Montreal property still on the rise, we may all be downsizing sooner than we thought.\nA lot of tiny homes are only available from early spring — so make sure to check the calendar and book early as they rent out quickly.\nWhether you are looking for modern and luxurious or isolated and off the grid, these quirky homes have something for everyone.\nAll of the destinations are less than a six-hour drive, so planning to get there won't take too much effort. And with the lack of space, you don't even have to pack a lot.\nKeep reading to take a look at seven of the most unusual, tiny homes in New England and New York, that are worth making a trip across the border.\nThe Glass House\nMarlboro, New York\nAirbnb\nAirbnb\nCost: $221/night\nEstimated time to get there: 3 hours\nImagine sleeping in total privacy with views of vineyards and orchards, from your glass house home... Here, you can do exactly that. This place has been featured in numerous magazines and has all the modern comforts of home.\nGet more info!\nThe Waterfall Tiny House\nMonroe, Maine\n\n \n \n \n \n \n Airbnb\nAirbnb\nCost: $192/night\nEstimated time to get there: 5 hours & 30 minutes\nThis tiny home looks like what a billionaire would construct as a kid's playhouse, but it can be all yours from as early as May. There are gardens, forests, swimming holes, and waterfalls all in the vicinity to capture the fairytale essence this house gives off.\nBook your stay now!\nMaine Woods Tiny House\nFreedom, Maine\nAirbnb\nAirbnb\nCost: Approx $40/night\nEstimated time to get there: 5 hours & 10 minutes\nThis is as pretty bare-bones as you can get, but it is just so damn adorable. The property also sits on an expansive organic fruit and vegetable garden that you have full access to. Live off the grid and enjoy only the sound of birds.\nCheck it out!\nREAD ALSO: Hudson's Bay Montreal Has A New "Nostalgia Project" & It Looks Like Every '90s Kid's Youth\nApple Blossom Cottage\nJamaica, Vermont\nAirbnb\nAirbnb\nCost: $100/night\nEstimated time to get there: 4 hours\nThis little space is part cottage, part fairy wonderland. Go hiking at the nearby mountain trails or sit back for an evening by the firepit. Either way, it books quickly — so now is the time.\nBook right now!\nThe Salt Box\nCasco, Maine\nAirbnb\nAirbnb\nCost: $312/night\nEstimated time to get there: Four hours and 30 minutes\nIt might seem expensive, but you can actually fit 6 people in this beautiful and luxurious tiny home. It's located on Sebago Lake in Maine, and with the 270-degree windowed views, you can enjoy every aspect of it.\nBook your stay!\nCabin In The Woods\nBolton, Vermont\nAirbnb\nAirbnb\nCost: $172/night\nEstimated time to get there: 2 hours\nHidden down a five-mile dirt road sits this exquisite 225 square foot home away from home. Completely renovated, you can enjoy the new fireplace or the views of the water from your deck.\nFor more details!\nAlder Brook Cottage\nHardwick, Vermont\nAirbnb\nAirbnb\nCost: $96/night\nEstimated time to get there: 2 hours & 30 minutes\nThis spot has no running water or electricity. There is where you go to unplug but still stay in a magazine-worthy home. To get there you will have to leave your car parked and cross a wooden footbridge before you encounter the fairytale space.\nGet more info!\nMake sure to book your favourite before its gone!