Slightly more sophisticated than your classic RV.

By Erika Owen
July 21, 2015
Credit: Steve Niedorf

As if it weren't already tempting enough to drop all of life's little obligations and take off on a traveling adventure, ESCAPEHomes has created a portable vacation home that's actually pretty luxurious. Despite the brand's namesake, they've made it practically impossible to escape the niceties of home—full-size appliances, a living room fireplace, big screen TV, floor-to-ceiling windows, and a washer/dryer unit are all included in the 269-square foot ESCAPE Traveler.

Credit: Steve Niedorf

Inspired by the prarie-style cottages found at Wisconsin's Canoe Bay Resort, the handcrafted cabins-on-wheels can be pushed, pulled, and parked anywhere you want to take it (glamping fans: take note). The units also feature lofted sleeping areas, Cedar lap siding, a 60" bathtub, and oak cabinetry, among other little comforts. Prices for basic units begin at $58,800 to own. For more information on how to get your own ESCAPE Traveler, check out the website.

Erika Owen is the Audience Engagement Editor at Travel + Leisure. Follow her on Twitter and Instagram at @erikaraeowen.