Step into a floating tiny house on a small lake, where the living room transforms into your own private boat dock

Choosing to spend your holiday close to nature by staying in a floating tiny house on a lake has various advantages. This sort of vacation allows individuals to connect with nature on a profound level, thanks to the refreshing and calming atmosphere, proximity to natural beauty, healing and health advantages, environmental conscience, and the development of unique and memorable experiences.

View of Bora Boreal float home from the lake during autumn.

The tranquillity and calm found in a floating small house provide a respite from the stresses of contemporary life and an opportunity to immerse oneself in the beauty and tranquillity of the natural world. Bora Boreal, a small eco-resort outside Quebec City, provides an unforgettable vacation with stunning floating homes.

This outstanding example of off-grid living blends a magnificent natural environment with cleverly constructed areas, allowing for a harmonious connection with the surrounding lake and forest. This floating small house experience will captivate your senses whether you desire relaxation, adventure, or a taste of life on the water.

This tiny house is a fully off-grid hideaway that embraces all four seasons, providing an exquisite retreat even in the dead of winter. The interior of the tiny house is enormous, with every nook inviting rest and refreshment. Explore the 12-foot-wide, 35-foot-long floating tiny house that is safely tied to the coast with metal cables and immerse yourself in the splendor of nature.

View of the Bora Boreal's house from the lake.

Its unique platform is supported by PVC floats filled with foam, which ensures year-round buoyancy even when the floats freeze in the winter. This off-grid refuge is powered by two 250-watt solar panels, which charge six batteries to provide all of the necessary electricity.The simple contemporary style, with cedar paneling and sleek black metal elements, blends in harmoniously with the natural surroundings.

To enter the tiny house, walk across the short suspension bridge from the shore and onto the covered deck area, where you can grill year-round while keeping sheltered from the elements.You’ll be met by a huge living area with comfy seating options when you enter the floating home through the patio doors. The modular sofas may be readily rearranged to create various layouts or converted into a queen-size bed for visitors.

Floating tiny home's living room with cozy sofa beds and large glass windows.

A wood burner near the entrance gives comforting warmth throughout the winter months, accompanied with a fuel storage rack. A vast storage space on the shore also assures a sufficient supply of fuel.The kitchen is tiny but functional, with a small sink, plenty of surface space, a butane burner, and creative storage options. There’s also a solar-powered bar fridge under the counter.

Water management is meticulously managed, with fresh water brought in in five-gallon jugs and gray water collected in reservoirs before being drained into a septic tank. The adjacent dining area has a table, seats, and a huge L-shaped bench, with plenty of room for meals and entertaining guests.With the splendor of nature, this one-of-a-kind arrangement creates an idyllic atmosphere for unwinding, exploring, and experiencing the joys of life on the water.

Full view of the float home's kitchen with sink, bar fridge and ample storage.

In the video below, you can take a tour of this unique place, which perfectly blends the experience of being on a boat with the conveniences of a warm floating tiny house.

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