Forget cards, jewellery, chocolates, or flowers this Valentine’s Day. In 2022, a romantic staycation is quite possibly the best way to mark the occasion. Better still, Valentine’s Day falls on a Monday this year, so there’s an ideal excuse to enjoy a long weekend escape.

And what better way to get (truly and unavoidably) up close and personal than to spend a night or two in a tiny house? Tiny Away has over 100 unique short-stay tiny house accommodation options across Australia.

A different kind of self-isolation in Wolgan Valley

Twenty-five minutes north of Lithgow in the Wolgan Valley, Piccolino is a self-catered tiny house and the ideal option for total privacy and to disconnect from everything else. This eco-friendly getaway has no Wi-Fi or mobile reception, giving you the perfect opportunity to be undisturbed and to take in the surrounding World Heritage-listed Wollemi National Park.

Head for the hills in a Yarra Valley hideaway

Staying in the bush doesn’t always mean camping in a tent. Hidden amongst the trees but on the doorstep of the Dandenong Ranges and Yarra Valley, the highlight of Serenity Abode is its deck, lounge, and breakfast bar. Romantic seclusion is guaranteed – the only visitors are the local wildlife including kangaroos and wombats (and the host’s Labrador, Diesel, who may come to visit).

Cosy Blue Mountains escape

The Wabe lies in the beautiful Kanimbla Valley with views of the Blue Mountains escarpment. Set at the end of a quiet country lane where the only things you will hear are birds singing and cattle mooing. If you are looking for outdoor activities, this tiny house is a great base for visiting Jenolan Caves, eclectic Blackheath, and the many bushwalks of the Blue Mountains.

Relax, unwind, and soak up the gorgeous Sunshine Coast hinterland

Kookaburra Cabin is tucked in the Sunshine Coast hinterland near the small rural town of Palmwoods. The tiny house opens onto lawns and forest that backdrop the 17-acre property, far from the hustle and bustle of city life. Set in the heart of an arts and craft hub which typifies the region, the house is also close to the south-eastern gateway to the Kondalilla National Park.