Living in the city is great but once in awhile you just need to get away from it all. To be clear, when I say get away from it all, I mean the stress not the comforts of home. And that's exactly what Harvard Innovation Labs had in mind when they created 'Getaway'.
Getaway is a startup that wants to offer people an option between renting a hotel room and going camping.
Getting away from it all doesn't mean you have to sleep on on the ground or shit in the woods, you can go camping in a state of the art mobile micro home.
The campsite currently features 3 micro homes located in Massachusetts. Each house costs $100 per night (which includes supplies) and the location of each house is top secret to make sure you have total solitude.
Here's a look inside these three amazing micro homes.
1. The Ovida
Features: 2 Lofts - 1 Sleeping nook - Snacks - Books - Boardgames - Propane heaters - Solar panels
2. The Lorraine
Features: Fire Pit - BBQ - Perfect for writers - No loft bed - Large windows
3. The Clara
Features: Multi level setup - Suspended seating - Sleeps 4 - Loft beds