The Tiny House suited our needs for our short weekend in the Fallbrook area. It covered one overnight stay before traveling back home. We loved the cute space and the view of the mountains and horses, donkeys, goats, rabbits, chickens and ducks. If you like camping (either backpacking, or in a tent or a trailer), a tiny house is a step up with all the amenities of a house, but in miniature. When the house feels too small, there's space just outside to kick back on patio chairs or under a covered area with a full sized patio table, chairs, and a bbq. Rory and Karan were attentive hostesses, peeking in to see if we needed anything without being intrusive. Being from the city, we loved having our lunch just over the corrals and watching the horses get exercised.
A tiny house is not for everyone, and the size limitations might feel too small for very tall/large people, but if you're adventurous and flexible, it's a fun experience.