I was a little nervous about staying at Community First for the same reason I worry about staying anywhere--I have a big dog and I always wonder if pet friendly stays are really ready for my big, goofy pup. I'm happy to say that we were both greeted with open arms, and treated in a very friendly manner from everyone we encountered while staying in the tiny home. The facilities were top notch; clean, updated, and readily available. Barrett was a great host. He made sure I had everything I needed from the moment I arrived until the moment I left. The dog park was one of the best Freddy has played in, it was nice to have fences tall enough to accommodate big dogs. I will definitely keep this property on my short list for places to stay in Austin.

    thumb Danny

      Great communication, great tour, and nice place to stay for a night. Very caring community.

    thumb Sarah

      amazing cute and so fun

    thumb Jezire

      Be sure to take advantage of the communal kitchen. I was able to grill up some steaks. Also, they dont bother you but be aware it is a christian community. The provided water container can be filled at the bathrooms, kitchens, or with the hose outside your rental. If you know this going in its a great place to stay.

    thumb Kenyon

      We enjoyed the tiny house very much. It is about 20 min away from downtown Austin - not bad if one has a car. You are probably going to Austin to checkout the city and surrounding areas, but don't neglect spending time exploring Community First! Village. The goal of this community is powerful.

    We never felt unsafe and Barrett responded to any questions we had very quickly. Keep in mind the tiny house has one small mirror on the wall and no running water, so you will find yourself going between the tiny house and community bathrooms a lot. The bathrooms and showers were always available, but were not as clean as I would have liked.

    Overall, this was a great stay considering the low price and the experience of seeing a community devoted to helping people help themselves.

    thumb Michael

      The tiny home was comfortable and so cute. We love what is happening and want to support the cause, we will stay at Community First Village each time we are in Austin from now on.

    thumb Alicia

      Great tiny house destination. 15 min from downtown stuff to do

    thumb Rowland

      Wonderful community. We had a great time watching the Friday night outdoor movie and eating food from the food truck. It was so nice to just go to our room once we were done with the movie. We loved the little market the next morning and picked up some sweet souvenirs. We had breakfast travis at the Mexican market down the road. We had a great stay.

    thumb Felicia

      So wonderful to be able to stay in this amazing community with its impressive backstory. We enjoyed Breezy - it’s decorated beautifully and very comfortable and clean. An easy Uber ride to downtown and the cute little market were perks as well. We would definitely stay again.

    thumb Alison

      You have to see this place! I met so many friendly people. Every city needs a community like this. Be prepared to take a short walk to the bathroom in the rain (especially in the middle of the night!) and if they're having Java and Jesus go hang out. I just wish the movie and farm animal Friday hadn't been rained out.

    thumb Ann

      Awesome place- great value. Stayed here for ACL fest- only about a 15 minute drive to downtown.

    thumb Natalie

      Adorable Tiny House, very pleasant and cozy. Community was very clean and safe - enjoyed watching the movie !

    thumb Aimee

      I loved my stay at Breezy. I was thrilled to learn about the Community First Village. I was fortunate enough to choose a Friday night stay so I could enjoy the community free movie night and a walking tour of the property The next day. Inspiring project!

    thumb Gayle

      This community is beautiful and we had such a wonderful time in this space!

    thumb Edward

      Great location and awesome staff!

    thumb Rebecca

      The tiny house is cute beyond words! It's much cooler in person. If this place is free, book it. You wont regret it.

    thumb Adrian

      I absolutely loved staying here!! The place was so cute and everything was really clean. It was nice having a fridge, microwave, and kettle for sure. Even tho it’s a small space I didn’t feel too cramped. There were amazing restaurants a short drive away. Would definitely stay here again!

    thumb Lauren

      Super cute tiny house! Only thing is you have to go outside to a communal bathroom

    thumb Jennifer

      This was a great place to stay. I will definitely be returning in the future.

    thumb Maranda

      The Community First Village was an extraordinary experience! As a Catholic, to be able to witness the least of our brothers and sister being given an opportunity they would not otherwise receive, was amazing! Staying in a tiny house went about how I expected, except for all of the smiling faces! Everyone who lives and works in this community was kind, loving and had a great outlook on life because of the generosity they have revived. The Lord is doing some amazing work through those who run the community and it is evident by the thought put into every detail of the community. It was quite an honor to be able to stay there and I’m sure if you stay, you’ll have a similar experience!! Thank you guys and God Bless!

    thumb Cody

      Exactly as described. The Breezy was a cute little teeny tiny home, with refrigerator and tea kettle in the room. There was enough room for two of us (a couple, one 5' and one 6'4"!) to sleep comfortably. The restrooms, shower rooms, and laundry room were easy to access on the far side of the building next door -- everything was clean and secure, and there was enough room to change in each shower room so you didn't have to worry about walking out into common space in a towel or robe. There is a small market and health services center in the same building, in case you needed anything.

    What I really appreciated about this stay is that it supports the work of Mobile Loaves and Fishes, which helps people transition out of chronic homelessness. If you want to do good in your sleep -- or wake up to opportunities to help people by volunteering while you're there -- the Community Inn tiny homes are a great place to stay!

    thumb Grace

      I made a mistake and only booked one night. They were great about it even though it was my fault and were able to extend my stay. Breezy is a really cool micro home. Super comfortable bed and next to everything at Community first. Great deal and experience.

    thumb David

      Barrett was an awesome host! Our tiny home, the breezy, was beautiful! and Everyone was so friendly at the Community First! Village and Barrett was ALWAYS a phone call away. He made us feel right at home and even gave us some good parking spots for ACL. If you're wanting to experience the tiny home life, go to biggest tiny home community at Community First! Village. What an amazing time, we'll definitely be back for our next weekend trip to Austin.

    thumb Triniti

      Such a stylish fun place! My husband and I truly enjoyed Breezy for the weekend. Very clean and comfortable home. Pics don’t do it justice. Will def go back! Host was great as well!

    thumb Jesslie

      Our stay at Community First! was outstanding. The team has created an incredible experience of staying onsite and experiencing the space. Well done!

    thumb Jesse

      An inspiring place to stay: unique approach to combatting homelessness.

    thumb Thomas

      An unique experience. Love the property we stayed in. Had fun with the community cat following us around! Really enjoyed it!

    thumb Heather

      Cute tiny home! My wife and I enjoyed our stay and Community First is a great cause!

    thumb Jake

      We actually booked before we really knew what we were in for and we were so pleasantly surprised to discover the amazing work being done at MLF! We just thought the tiny house was adorable, and we were about to attend a tiny house conference, so we thought it would be a fun memory. It did not disappoint! Breezy was super cute and well decorated. We were able to watch a free outdoor movie from our porch furniture on Friday night. We were able to buy sunscreen and some really beautiful handmade souvenirs from the market on Saturday. Breezy did not have a restroom or shower, but there is a building very close by with private rooms with toilets and showers. Not a big deal at all. We really enjoyed our stay, and we've already booked again!

    thumb Sarah

      Very convenient and nice place, themed stays, would recommend any tiny home, really.

    thumb Riley