This time of year is always incredibly busy.

There are so many holidays and therefore, so many holiday obligations, that it can all get to be a little too much. Especially after last year when everyone had a break from having to drive all over town to stop at every single family or friend's holiday party, going back to "normal" may still seem like a bit too much for some.

It's the Busiest Time of the Year

Sometimes you just need a break to unplug from "the real world" and reconnect with yourself. If that's you this year, and you'd rather spend some time alone than see family, no worries! We understand, and we've got your back.

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Instead of making the obligatory appearance at all those family functions, why not take a bit of time to get away from it all while not going too far away from home? We've got the perfect place for you to check out.

Welcome to Green Acres

This tiny home is an Airbnb in Grand Haven, Michigan. It's the perfect spot for a couple who's looking to take a break from the city and the multitude of family functions.

Photo courtesy Steph via Airbnb

The tiny home sits among the trees and offers 360-degree views of the entire area, making it perfect for bird watching or just taking in nature. Plus, the gazebo is just a one-minute walk from the farmhouse and farm animals.

That's right; the host, Steph, says you're more than welcome to pet the farm goats, chickens, and kitties, just so long as you don't go inside the pen.

Check out the rest of the Airbnb in the gallery below. Then, get ready to book your vacation!

This Tiny Michigan Airbnb is the Cutest and Coziest Couple's Getaway

If you're not ready to go back to Thanksgiving with the entire family this year, no worries. This tiny Michigan Airbnb is just big enough (and definitely cozy enough) for a stay for two. Check out this perfect couple's getaway in Grand Haven, Michigan.

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