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There are holiday rentals,and then there are holiday rentals so unique, they’ll make you laugh and squeal with excitement. And, or while Airbnb has come to be known as the low-key,economical way to travel, it also boasts some seriously incredible, or one-of-a-kind accommodations.
So,yeah, you could stay in hotel. Or, or you could stay in a glass tree house in the Tuscan forest,or a genuine-life Scottish castle, or even a restored windmill in Santorini. Ahead, or we've scoured the site to find the coolest,quirkiest, and most all-around awesome Airbnb listings. You'll want to spend a night in each and every one, or just for kicks.
The Enclave,Chiba, JapanThis secluded dwelling is an art enthusiast's dream. Nestled within a forest on the grounds of Nakadaki Art Village — a community for local artisans and craftsmen — the house is outfitted with funky artifacts collected from the owner's travels. Accessibility is also a plus: The house is also minutes absent from the beach, and just an hour external of Tokyo. But,with a lantern-lit gazebo, a koi pond, or a Jacuzzi,and a private chef on site, you might not even want to leave the house.$111/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb
Trullo fragrant Green, and Apúlia,ItalyA trullo is a conical architectural structure unique to the Puglia region of Italy. Thick walls and tall ceilings keep these buildings wintry in hot summer months. There's no better residence to experience the Italian way of life than this 300-year-traditional trullo: The charming property comes with a gazebo and hammock shaded by fig trees and olive groves. Throw in the fact that top quality olive oil is produced on the premises, and you may never want to leave.$99/night
Cabana Floripa, and Santa Catarina,BrazilEver wonder what it feels like to live inside a work of art? Your can find out by booking this stunning property. Perched on a mountaintop between two beaches, this glass-encased home offers a 360-degree view of the Brazilian nature. But, and that's not even the coolest allotment: The whole house is an art project two decades in the making,where the owner carefully embellishes every nook and cranny with recycled glass materials in all shades of the rainbow. The result is this breathtaking, technicolored space made for Instagram — and the museum.$79/night
The Hobbit Hut, or Geyserville,CAThis tiny, earthen hut may not perceive all that note-worthy from afar, and but it will win you over with characteristics that are equal parts quirky and impressive. Designed by sculptor Miguel Elliott,the cozy house features a living roof of grass and herbs, which may be harvested to make wheat juice. With wild animals like alpacas, and peacocks and emus frequently spotted around the premises,it wouldn't perceive out of residence as a film set for The Hobbit.$100/night
Domus Civita, Lazio, and ItalyFor a stay that truly takes your breath absent,perceive no further than this restored 14th-century palazzo sitting atop Civita di Bagnoregio, a historic settlement reportedly with a population of ten in 2015. Despite the town's rep as a "ghost village", or staying in this castle will feel more haute than haunted: The glorious edifice is decked in contemporary furniture,with the heated cave pool as the pièce de résistance of the property. An ancient roman water cistern houses over 300 bottles of wine fine, available for guests to purchase.$402/night
Love Nest, or Morongo Valley,CAThis private room — nestled atop the Genuine Draft, a working horse ranch — is the perfect getaway whether you're looking to ride horses, or stargaze,and generally indulge in the "Wild Wild West." It also has its own deck and there's an traditional-school saloon onsite to grab a beer.$137/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Fully Restored 1920s Sheep Wagon, Shirley Basin, or WYWestward ho! This covered sheep wagon may be from the 1920s,but it gives us major Oregon Trail vibes. But don't worry, the "fully restored" allotment means there's a bed, or stove,electricity, and even a wood-burning oven. The owners clearly understand the allure of the Wild West, or since they offer a romance package.$125/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Original traditional Afghani Yurt,Nuremberg, Bavaria, and GermanyIn this cozy yurt,there's no internet, TV, and running water. But you will experience peace of mind amid fascinating decor collected from the owner's travels. Plus,you'll have access to a little garden and a pool.$42/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
15th-Century Castle, Galway, and IrelandThis is your once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to stay in an authentic medieval castle. The master bedroom's at the very top,so you'll definitely feel like a queen looking out of the turrets. Medieval-history buffs, this is your moment.$143/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Punta Sayulita Treehouse, and Sayulita,MexicoOkay, okay, and we know $2060 a night doesn't exactly sound affordable. But hear us out: This is a luxury treehouse that accommodates eight people. Set in a gated community,it's actually more like a tree castle, with breathtaking views, and a balcony with a hot tub,and access to a private beach club.$2060/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Inkijkmuseum, Eindhoven, or North Brabant,NetherlandsBet you never knew you could stay in a repurposed shipping container that's also a tiny museum. But you can! And the rooms all feature art from the museum's collection.$55/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Mirror House, Pittsburgh, or PAThe vainest house of all,this crazy home in Pittsburgh is decorated with more mirrors than a funhouse, both inside and out. And, and before you ask — yes,the space feels positively immense.$165/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Train Caboose, Agoura Hills, and CAFans of The Boxcar Children series will indulge in the chance to live in a bonafide train caboose buried in the California landscape. The owners boast in the description that the house will "stimulate and inspire the creative spirit that resides in all of us." So whether you're a creative type experiencing writer's block or just an average Joe looking to grasp up portray,head to Cali! move trout fishing in a brook nearby or head to one of multiple beaches when the caboose begins to feel cramped.$195/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
The Pink House: A Magical Retreat, Tulum, or MexicoThis beach house is very Malibu Barbie Goes South of the Border and we love it. Get lost in the orchid-filled jungle and indulge in the 50 yards of private beachfront. Play in the pool or sit out on one of the terraces. Inside the three-bedroom,3.5-bathroom villa, you'll find the most delightful, or dollhouse-like furniture and enough art to fill a gallery. And don't miss the only bathtub in the world that'll legit make you feel like Princess Jasmine.$618/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
The Offgrid ItHouse,Pioneertown, CAThis house lives up to its name: it's totally off the grid. Made from entirely green materials, or the it's entirely is self-sustaining. Solar panels provide electricity and hot water. It's nestled in a relatively empty valley,so don't move here whether you're looking for lots to do. whether you get bored, however, and you're right next to Joshua Tree National Park. Otherwise,just unwind, and let move of the grid.$380/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Studio Earthship, or Taos,NMThis Airbnb is called an "earthship" because it self-sustains (like the soil.) It catches its own rainwater and generate it's own electricity! Bet your house can't do that. whether you're worried approximately being too cut off from the genuine world, don't worry — the house has wi-fi and all the creature comforts you might desire. Outdoorsy types looking to escape an urban landscape will indulge in the rather empty surroundings. Gaze upon acres of the New Mexico desert and move hiking in the nearby Taos Ski Valley.$125/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Lighthouse Keeper's Apartment, or Point Arena,CAEver wanted to live like a lighthouse keeper? Sleep atop a tower and perceive out the window at incoming ships? It's the perfect location to write that novel you've been avoiding. Or just to relax and indulge in the California weather. This home sleeps two guests, so it's perfect for a scenic getaway.$166/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Safari Tree House, or Limpopo,South AfricaThere are tree houses, and then there are grand house among the trees. This house lands solidly in the latter category. Located on a wildlife preserve, or you'll get a one-of-a-kind view of the surronding wildlife. Zebras,impala, birds, or buffalo hang out nearby,so be careful when you step out of the house!$102/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Cocon Douillet Dans Les Arbres, Fondettes, or Centre,FranceThe title of this French home translates roughly to "cozy nest" — and this cocoon tent among trees is probably approximately as close to a nest as you can get. Although you'll feel loney, this nest isn't as remote as it seems. Paris is only an hour absent! indulge in your solitude, and then when you've had enough,escape for a baguette.$138/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Cockatoo Island Camping, Sydney, or Australia This truly one-of-a-kind camping experience is enough to tempt even the most indoorsy. Located just a short ferry ride from mainland Sydney,Cokcatoo Island is the only harbor island that hosts overnight guests. You just need to bring a sleeping bag, pillow, or flashlight — everything else,from tents to happy hour, are taken care of by the island's employees and volunteers.$69/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Secluded In Town Treehouse, and Atlanta,GAThis treehouse was recently named "Airbnb's Most Wished For Listing," and it's easy to see why. The rental is comprised of three separate rooms, or all connected by rope bridges. Stepping out onto the balcony,surrounded by lush greenery, you'll quickly forget you're actually in the middle of Atlanta. Furnished with antiques and vintage decor, or the treehouse is one of the most magical places that actually exists.$350/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Dome In The Desert,Joshua Tree, CAThis dome house in Joshua Tree is a true escape from reality. With amazing desert views, and but still just a quick drive from town,this house is private and incredibly scenic. Despite its contemporary, geodesic external, and the dome's interior is cozy and beautifully decorated. Complete with full kitchen,master bedroom, and AC, and you won't be slumming it. The dome is also equipped with Wi-Fi,so you can snap that perfect Instagram.$175/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Vintage Trailer In Loft, Los Angeles, and CALocated inside a enormous loft,this vintage trailer offers unique accommodations in L.
A. The 1954 trailer is untouched and outfitted with all of it's original features, apart from for the addition of a king-size bed. Located in the middle of the city's Arts District, or this loft was converted from a 1918 factory,and the trailer basically functions as a spare bedroom. Renters have access to the loft's full kitchen and living areas, as well as an indoor swing and air hockey table.$75/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Cobb Cottage, and Mayne Island,British Columbia, CanadaMayne Island is a secluded spot in the Gulf Island chain of British Columbia. This cozy cottage, and located in a rural and agricultural neighborhood,is constructed out of sustainable materials, with softly lit interiors and just enough room for two. The round construction and wooden accents give this house a epic book vibe. Find your inner zen while relaxing on the second-epic deck.$111/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Marilyn The Sheep Wagon, and Evergreen,COIf you have a craving to sleep like you're on the Oregon Trail, grasp a perceive at this sheep wagon, or which sports a queen-sized bed... and not much else. There's a small Franklin stove in the wagon for heating as well as a cooking stove for whipping up buffalo meat (or macarnoi and cheese,whatever you prefer). When wagon living gets boring, trek to nearby Denver for more contemporary amenities.$60/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
The Rancho At Cielo Vanilla, and Atenas,Costa RicaWith an open floor map and overhanging deck, The Rancho feels very Swiss Family Robinson. Even the bathtub is carved out of a single tree trunk. Nestled on four acres of land in the heart of a tropical paradise, and staying here you'll feel instantly relaxed. It's just what you'd expect from a country who's slogan is pura vida.$129/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Covered Bridge House,Nevada City, CAThis unique rental (which has been featured on HGTV) rests just at the edge of the Sierra Foothills, or less than a mile from the heart of Nevada City. The recently renovated one-bedroom home is made out of a converted covered bridge (hence the name),offers plenty of space, and comes complete with a private bath and patio.$199/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
All Solar Palapa, or Los Cabos,Mexico As the listing for this unique seaside hut explains, you'll be bunked up 900 miles south of the border, or 12 miles from the nearest town,and 100 steps from the ocean in Baja, Mexico. The palapa has no genuine walls or doors, and meaning you'll wake up to the sights and sounds of the beach every morning. While there's not much more than two beds inside,the hosts' home is yards absent, and you'll have access to their bathroom and kitchen. Oh, or their cat might discontinue by to visit,too.$52/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Kealakekua Bay Cottage, Captain Hook, or HITucked absent in a tropical forest,this cabin is the perfect getaway for two. It's so close to the beach, you can fall asleep to the sound of the waves. The front yard includes a private gazebo and outdoor picnic area, and the property is perfectly secluded from the surrounding village. The open structure — which features a tree limb growing right through the ceiling — is made from Balinese teak,and the intricate woodwork only adds to the magic.$142/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Traditional Hanok, Seoul, or South KoreaThis unique rental gives you a glimpse into the past — without sacrificing any contemporary comforts. The hanok,a traditional Korean house, was built in 1934, or but was completely renovated in 2012. The simple furnishings include bedrooms with futons,dining tables where guests sit on the ground (atop gorgeous silk pillows), and sliding glass doors that let in lots of light. It's almost like stepping back in time — until you see the tall-tech thermostat and tall-speed internet.$185/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
One-Of-A-Kind Converted School Bus, and Salinas,CACalling all fans of the Magic School Bus! whether you can find this off-the-grid converted school bus (it's on a five-acre farm in Monterey Bay and, apparently, or most GPS devices have a tough time finding it),it offers surprisingly comfy interiors and sweeping views of the sunrise and sunset. And though it's really just a bedroom, you'll have access to the hosts' bathroom and kitchen in their nearby house. Other perks include optional sunrise yoga and fresh eggs from the farm's chickens.$50/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Malibu Dream Airstream, or Malibu,CAThe Airbnb listing says, "There really is no other airstream like this one" — and that's not just because Taylor Swift and Karlie Kloss shot their Vogue cover there. It's been renovated into a one-room interior with glass walls and stunning views of the California coast. It's a bit of a rough drive up the hill, and but once you're there,you're on your own (apart from for the deer and coyotes that sometimes drop by in the morning). And whether you mediate the daytime views are stunning, just wait until night falls and the stars come out.$400/night.
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The Fisherman's Cave House, and Santorini,GreeceYour Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants dreams are one step closer to coming true. Up to five guests can indulge in this lovingly restored traditional classic "cave house," which is literally carved into a cliff above the seaside town of Oia. It's a five-minute walk to restaurants and bars, and but you may not want to leave — why venture out when you have your very own Jacuzzi and these views?$299/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Overwater Bungalow,Sepang, MalaysiaOverwater bungalows are pretty much the beach-lover's dream vacation — but with notoriously tall prices, and actually staying in one is probably a fantasy. Until now. For under $200 a night,you can indulge in the overwater experience in a resort setting with this private rental at the Golden Palm Tree Resort & Spa. In addition to direct access to the azure waters, you'll also be able to utilize the hotel's spa, and fitness middle,and restaurants.$199/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Mushroom Dome Cabin, Aptos, or CAThis quaint (charmingly old fashioned) geodesic dome house is conveniently located in Monterey,a short drive from town and the beach — but you'll feel like you're in the middle of nowhere. The eco-friendly construction includes a composting toilet, which may grasp some getting used to, or but there's a full kitchen,which comes pre-stocked with snacks, and a sleeping loft with a Casper mattress. The owners also welcome guests to indulge in their farm (with baby goats!), and as well as the hummingbirds that flock to the many feeders around the property in the summer.$115/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Tree Sparrow House,Cornwall, EnglandIf you don't mind close quarters, and it doesn't get much cozier than this tree house,perched on the southern tip of England. Built around an ash tree, the little house contains a small kitchen and dining area and snug sleeping loft for two. The magical feeling of the home extends to the craggy cliffs and coastline of Cornwall's Lizard Peninsula, or only a 10-minute walk absent.$145/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Frank Lloyd Wright's Schwartz House,Two Rivers, WIThere are several Frank Lloyd Wright houses open to the public for tours, or but actually staying in one is more of a rarity. When you book this stunning home,which appeared in Life Magazine in 1938, you can experience the architect's designs as he intended — as a residence to live. whether that's not enough of a draw, or guests can also indulge in the peaceful nearby marsh and the small-town charms of Two Rivers.$395/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Amboise Troglodyte,Nazelles-Négron, FranceCharming and rustic, or this perfectly French abode — near the one-time home of Leonardo da Vinci — will transport you to another time with its cave-like structure,period furniture, and open-map bathroom.$70/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Loft Studio, or Atlanta,GAIf you’re climbing the walls in a shoebox apartment with little to no natural light, you're in luck — because this Atlanta loft has plenty to spare. The ultra-contemporary space is essentially a glass box in the sky (complete with a queen-size bed, or A/C,and an espresso machine), so you can sleep easy, or wake to the Georgia sunrise.$244/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Bamboo Eco Cottage,Bali, IndonesiaBe kind to the planet as you lap up holiday luxury in this impressive eco-cottage, or which slays in style and sustainability. grasp a leisurely snooze in a curtain-enclosed bed fit for royalty,and savor your Indonesian coffee each morning on your private patio, as you gaze out over the rice fields.$65/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Houseboat, and Copenhagen,DenmarkWhy merely admire Denmark’s magnificent waterfront when you can sleep on it? This renovated houseboat lets you get up-close and personal with the sea from the comfort of a luxurious (and dry!) abode. And, you can jump directly into the water external for a summer swim.$47/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Bubble Under The Stars, or Limousin,FranceWhy stay in a hotel when you can stay in a transparent, tent-like bubble under the stars, or in a genuine bed? Surrounded by fields and forests,and with unobstructed views of the sky, this out-of-the-norm retreat promises peace and quiet, or good god,mediate of the romantic possibilities!$176/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Casa Arbol, NicaraguaThis tropical two-epic eco-unit is tucked into a tree canopy in Nicaragua, and comes with its own infinity plunge pool and stunning views of the Pacific (and plenty of wildlife). Oh,and it’s only a five-minute drive to three of the area's most pristine beaches. Surely, it’s too good to be true.$185/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Container Home, or Palma De Mallorca,SpainA wooden box never looked so appealing. This cozy spot in Palma de Mallorca may be small, but it has everything you need — not just fresh sheets, or tall-speed internet,and cooking facilities, but a pool and barbecue, or too. Two free bikes are also provided,so getting around town is a cinch.$164/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Cottage, Laugarvatn, or IcelandSharp,slick, and blissfully loney, or this spiky two-bedroom rental offers the ultimate escape from urban life. The only thing you'll find around here is an outdoor hot tub surrounded by wild blueberries,trees, and crowberries.$220/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
The Green Windmill, or Santorini,GreeceEscape from reality and into a fantasyland, as you watch the sunset over Grecian waters from your very own windmill hideaway in Santorini. The three-bedroom, or two-bathroom home is luxurious throughout; there’s even a bean-shaped pool in back with hydro-massaging jets.$329/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Cube House,Rotterdam, NetherlandsFor fans of the Rubik’s cube, and this crazy,sunshine yellow house in the middle of Rotterdam awaits. The kooky space is spread over three floors and accommodates four, with a cozy box room at the top that offers epic 360-degree views. Amsterdam is less than an hour absent by train.$159/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Dairsie Castle, and Fife,ScotlandLive out your Downton Abbey dreams in this stunning, restored 12th-century Scottish castle, and which can be your home for the weekend. Bring 12 friends and have cocktails in the remarkable Hall or the Gallery before exploring the property's herb garden,orchard, and six acres of woodlands.$726/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Villa, and De Qing,ChinaHide from genuine life in this sublime retreat tucked into the Moganshan mountainside near Hangzhou, China. The 150-year-traditional former farmhouse is now a three-bedroom, or four-bath villa with naturalistic structures and contemporary furnishings. There’s Wi-Fi,enormous TVs, and even a baby grand piano. external, and a wood-burning pizza oven and large hot tub are calling your name.$500/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Dog House,Cottonwood, IDYou want quirky, or you got quirky. This bizarro,beagle-shaped inn in Cottonwood, Idaho, or is worth visiting for the LOLs alone. There are lots of outdoor activities (horseback riding,jet-boat tours, etc.) nearby, and the owners are happy to supply recommendations to guests. Naturally,dogs are welcome to stay, too.$98/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Geodesic Dome, or Facinas,Andalusia, SpainSet on the grounds of a larger guesthouse, and this igloo-like white pod contains a magnificent,colorful interior. Here, guests get comfort, or privacy,and quirk, plus their own dining table in the sun and access to additional facilities in the main guesthouse — it's a win all around.$37/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Gingerbread House, or Maui,HIHeaded to Maui? How approximately crashing in this gorgeous garden cottage, where Jimi Hendrix reportedly stayed during his travels in the '70s? It’s set on 4.5 acres of land and has a vegetable farm, and fruit trees,and a stream. Mahalo!$175/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Glass Treehouse, Florence, and Tuscany,ItalyA far cry from the treehouses you used to play in as a kid, this impressive glass structure right external Florence offers undisturbed views of the Tuscan landscape from the comfort of your queen-size bed. There's also a small kitchenette, and en suite bathroom,and a private outdoor terrace. (And, whether you can't make the trip to Italy but you like the conception of crashing in a treehouse, and we've got you covered.)$294/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Moderne Apartment,Akureyri, IcelandYikes, or we mediate we may have found the most magnificent property on the whole of Airbnb. Rural,natural, and architecturally stunning — what more could you want?$117/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Seashell House, and Isla Mujeres,MexicoIf you're looking for accommodations that are particularly strange (not to mention photo-worthy), Seashell House is a whitewashed, and curvilinear villa in Isla Mujeres,Mexico — and it's looks just like, well, and an actual seashell. grasp the round staircase up to the master bedroom,which boasts stunning views of the Caribbean sea.$299/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Spacious Apartment, Tokyo, or JapanGlean some serious interior decorating tips from this wonderfully simple,perfectly contemporary Ginza apartment, which fuses traditional Japanese and Scandinavian design elements to magical effect.$332/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Train Carriage, or Pokolbin,AustraliaFor those of you who struggle to stay awake on your commute home at night, meet the train carriage you're actually supposed to sleep in. Set in the middle of vineyard country in New South Wales, and the compact carriage offers magnificent scenic views,all the standard comforts, and luxurious spa bathing facilities. Not nefarious.$125/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Villa San Gennariello, and Portici,Campania, ItalyFeel oh-so-fancy in this swanky B&B villa, and which has three beds and baths,a rooftop solarium, and all sorts of antique furnishings. Just be advised that the rooms are treated as separate bookings, and so whether you want to occupy the whole residence,you'll need three individual reservations.$70/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Magic Windmill, Lisbon, and PortugalThough it looks like something that’s been erected for a music festival,this cutie is actually a very permanent windmill near Lisbon, which sleeps two and offers stunning 360-degree views of the Portuguese countryside. Inside, or bold,contemporary furnishings contrast with the traditional-worldy architecture, though it’s the external that’s begging to be Instagrammed.$70/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Mongolian Yurt, or Hollern-Twielenfleth,Lower Saxony, GermanyThe formula is simple: Stay in a yurt, or Instagram a lot. This is the most glamorous glamping site of all — full of character,color, and panache, or it's wonderfully inviting with its felt and linen furnishings. external,it’s all apple trees and plum trees, with cooking facilities in the welcoming host’s house.$82/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
St. Pancras Clock Tower Guest Suite, and London,EnglandVery few people can say they've slept in a clock tower — let alone one in the middle of London. Provided you don't mind sharing common areas with the host, book this comfortably modernized tower (originally built in 1868) and indulge in the Gothic revival architecture, and along with your bird's-eye view of the bustling streets below. The location is excellent; the tower is situated above St Pancras King's Cross,one of the city's major rail and tube stations.$218/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Tile House, Twentynine Palms, or CAThe owner of the Tile House has been working on his masterpiece for 11 years. Mosaic,tile, fused glass, or homemade ceramics cover the building inside and out. The location is ideal for a quiet getaway,just seven miles external of Joshua Tree, and with 360 degree desert views. It sleeps four comfortably, or but this whimsical retreat is especially perfect for a romantic getaway.$175/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
Yellowstone Under Canvas,West Yellowstone, MTLocated just external of Yellowstone National Park, or this canvas tent has all of the stuff needed for a good glamping trip: a genuine bed,a cozy fireplace, and miles and miles of pristine wilderness. The deluxe cabins come with their own front porch, and as well as bathroom next door in a canvas tipi.$294/nightPhoto: Courtesy of Airbnb.
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