Let us start with the good.
The place was located in a safe and clean neighborhood, close to restaurants and other amenities such as stores, parks, and the like. It was also easily reachable from the airport and various freeways. Moreover, there was a sense of community for the tiny houses with games outside, a hammock, firepits, etc. The owners were also very proactive in following up and in my case in providing extra blankets when I requested them.
As for the drawbacks, the unit was not properly designed and thus uncomfortable. The floor is not well insulated and makes the place very cold (better bring thick slippers!). The sink and counters are insanely high (close to 4 feet) which makes washing the face or teeth challenging, and cooking on the provided hot plate nearly impossible unless you are over 6 feet tall. And then, if you are that tall, the tiny house would feel very claustrophobic and you will hit the head on the upper floor whenever you wake up. They should reconsider the design, or at the very least include a microwave at a reasonable height, and real plates that are more than 2 inches square for people to eat inside.