Heyscape’s Tiny Home Accommodation Review: Secluded Cabins With A View

Recently we had the pleasure of staying at Heyscape’s enchanting tiny homes. Nestled in amongst the remote beauty of Western Australia, offering a secluded escape from the busy city of Perth.

The cabins may be small but they are mighty – packed with care and attention to detail with everything you need for a memorable stay.

The outdoor bath is a great touch at the ‘Edna’ cabin

Heyscapes cabins are created to be eco friendly and functionally off-grid. While visiting, you will find a sense of peace, getting back to what really matters like watching the sunset, a lovely cup of tea and wildlife spotting!

Coming from tiny home living ourselves (Chris and I live in a bus) we believe that you don’t need as much space as society makes you think you do.

If anything, it causes unnecessary stress and just more rooms to be cleaned! Tiny home living brings a sense of contentment, if you haven’t tried it before and think you may like to, read on to hear our full review.

The view from the bed is stunning!

In this article, we will take you over our experience staying for 3 nights in the cabins, Edna and Louis, located in Narrogin, Western Australia. One is pet friendly!

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Quick facts about Heyscape

Heyscapes mission was to combine a love of nature and camping, with the missing comforts cosy accommodation can offer! For example, a large, soft bed, a hot shower and fully equipped living space. Meaning their guests could get their off grid fix, without hurting the bank or the Earth.

Each home is built from a shipping container base, with a deck built around it and all inclusive with rain water tank, outdoor area and more!

The decor: Equipped, charming and homely

Upon arrival, we were immediately taken by the serene surroundings and seamless integration of the tiny homes into the natural landscape.

The remote location provided the perfect escape from the everyday life, offering us the chance to immerse ourselves in nature.

How’s the view!

The tiny homes, though compact, are thoughtfully designed and so comfortable. The interior is beautiful, boasting all the luxuries. With a hot shower, a selection of board games, equipped kitchen and a stunning view!

Our Experience

Chris and I opted for two separate cabins, Bec staying in ‘Edna’ and Chris in ‘Louis’ (which is pet friendly!). Having space between each other, allowed us time to indulge in our individual interests and make the most of our time away learning a new skill each.

During our stay, Chris spent his alone time mastering the art of speed reading, utilising the peace to enhance his focus.

No better spot for a hot cuppa

Meanwhile, Bec focused on meditation, yoga and mindfulness, taking advantage of the quiet environment to deepen her practice.

Our days were filled with reflection, relaxation, and exploration of the local area. The beauty of the remote location became apparent during sunset, casting a warm, golden glow over the landscape.

It was one of the highlights of our stay this idea, allowing us to fully immerse ourselves in our chosen activities. Only to come back together on the final night to share our experiences.

This aspect of the accommodation encouraged personal growth and self-discovery, making our time at Heyscape truly memorable.

Things to do nearby

Within walking distance of the cabins is a mountain biking trail and walking trails. But come prepared with your food and activities, the idea is to take a bit of a break from the hustle bustle of life and be in a remote location. Rather than needing to duck out to the shops etc!

If you want to go exploring locally, Heyscape cabins are all at different locations such as: Busselton, Narrogin, Serpentine, Chittering, Toodyay and Esperance. Each area having it’s own long list of wonderful things to explore.

Back together

In Busselton, don’t miss the jetty. In Esperance, the beaches are incredible. Narrogin has the local Dryandra Woodland where nature enthusiasts go to spot Numbats!

Heyscape have created magic here.

Overall we had a wonderful, memorable visit and would definitely come again! Thanks for having us, Heyscape.

The accommodation from above


How can I book a stay at Heyscape?

You can book your stay at Heyscape through their website or Airbnb.

Is Heyscape suitable for couples or groups?

Heyscape Cabins are suitable for couples, groups need a cabin each!

Is Heyscape a pet-friendly accommodation?

Yes, some of the shacks are dog-friendly! A great feature of the accommodation is being pet-friendly.

The bottom line

Heyscape cabins are romantic and a magical escape everyone should try at least once! It’s a great way to see if you could be interested in the tiny home life.

The owners, Pierre and his team, have made their cabins a home away from home, with their unmatched attention to detail. Click here to book your stay!

The bath is an awesome feature

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