When you visit Cincinnati, Ohio, it’s fun to catch a Cincinnati Reds Major League Baseball game, check out the Cincinnati Art Museum, and spend time at the trendy bars and highly rated restaurants. Eden Park, the zoo and botanical garden, the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, and the Riverwalk are also top attractions in Cincinnati. At the end of your days of sightseeing, it’s nice to come back to a place that feels like home, which is one reason why local Airbnbs are popular. Here is some top Cincinnati Airbnbs to choose from.

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Rooftop Treehouse Charm Rooftop Treehouse Charm
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Rooftop Treehouse Charm

Rooftop Treehouse Charm

This four-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment is a great choice for up to four guests. It’s at the top of a four-unit building and in an old historic home. You’ll love the bright and airy space, rooftop balcony, open loft-style, and free street parking. Guests have their own floor with a separate entrance and kitchen. Other perks are TV streaming services and kitchen amenities, including a fridge, microwave, and coffeemaker. You can also use the gas grill but need to provide and fill the gas for the propane tank.

Parkside Condo with Large Private Patio Inside Parkside Condo with Large Private Patio
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Inside Parkside Condo with Large Private Patio

Parkside Condo with Large Private Patio

This Cincinnati condo has two bedrooms and one bath, making it ideal for up to four guests in Cincinnati. This is a beautiful and newly renovated space that is the top of a two-story property. It has a large private balcony and is a half block from Washington Park and Music Hall. There’s a kitchen here for preparing meals, lots of natural light, and free parking in a private lot. Pets are not allowed at this condo.

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Inside Cozy Carriage House

Cozy Carriage House

Here’s a guesthouse that’s in the Cincinnati area and in Covington, Kentucky. You’ll be close to downtown Cincinnati and the stadium to see a Bengals game from here, as well as Braxton Brewery and the Madison Theater. The late-1800s carriage house offers off-street parking, a walkable neighborhood, and new appliances. Other perks of staying here are the gated garden with a barbecue area, fire pit, and hammock.

Gorgeous One-Bedroom Condo in the Heart of OTR Bed at Gorgeous One-Bedroom Condo in the Heart of OTR
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Bed at Gorgeous One-Bedroom Condo in the Heart of OTR

Gorgeous One-Bedroom Condo in the Heart of OTR

Meanwhile, this condo is available on Airbnb and works well for four guests. It has two beds and 1.5 baths in the heart of OTR. The unit has a washer and dryer, private balcony, stainless steel appliances, and hardwood floors. You’ll also enjoy the open layout and is a half block off Vine where some of the best restaurants and bars of the city are located. There’s a fully stocked kitchen with everything you need to cook meals here. Also provided are bedding and towels. Business travelers enjoy staying here because of the high-speed Wi-Fi and work desk.

Third Floor Apartment in Historic Home Outside of Third Floor Apt. in Historic Home
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Outside of Third Floor Apt. in Historic Home

Third Floor Apartment in Historic Home

Travis offers his home on Airbnb, which is perfect for two guests in Cincinnati. It has one bed and one bath and is a about 20-minute walk to downtown. From here, you’re also less than a 10-minute walk to Eden Park and the Krohn Conservatory. The space has been recently re-decorated and is the entire third floor of the house. You’ll get a private entrance, a large bedroom, kitchenette, and in-unit washer and dryer in this apartment. Come here for a charming place that’s full of character because the house is more than 110 years old!

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Cincy Glamping Experience

Cincy Glamping Experience

You can also have a glamping experience when you are in Cincinnati by staying in this tent on Airbnb. This glamping tent accommodates six guests and has six beds and one bath. It is a mobile glamping tent that can be set up on private properties, on a landowner partner’s property, or in a campground. The heavy-duty canvas tent comes with beds and bedding and even welcomes pets with dog beds. Food packages and additional services can be provided upon request. Add-on items include warm dinners delivered, breakfasts, outdoor movie nights with a projector, and more. There is no fee for dogs unless the landowner or campground charges one.

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Barbara's Breakaway

Barbara's Breakaway

Located in the Hartwell neighborhood, this tiny house is ideal for two guests and has one bed and one bath. It’s a cozy and intimate space that has been newly constructed in a private backyard. It’s also in an older neighborhood and on a quiet cul-de-sac. When you stay here, you’ll be close to the expressway, downtown, and grocery stores. The twin-size trundle bed sleeps two, there is free parking on the premises, and a kitchen too. Other amenities are a TV, iron, cooking basics, a private entrance, and bathroom toiletries. This is an affordable and unique place to stay for a couple of nights when you are visiting Cincinnati.

Ludlow Bungalow Couch at Ludlow bungalow
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Couch at Ludlow bungalow

Ludlow Bungalow

This bungalow is an option to stay in nearby Ludlow, Kentucky, which is just 10 minutes from downtown Cincinnati. It accommodates up to four guests in two bedrooms and one bath. The apartment also has a full kitchen, private porch, and side yard. From here, you can walk to bars in the up-and-coming city of Ludlow. Also, in walking distance is the Ohio River and a grocery store, while it’s a short drive to Devou Park. Your host donates two percent of the booking price to help provide housing to people in need.

Cincinnati Brewery & Urban Farm Cincinnati Brewery & Urban Farm
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Cincinnati Brewery & Urban Farm

Cincinnati Brewery & Urban Farm

Another fun farm stay option in Cincinnati is perfect for two guests. It has one bed and one bath and is a brewery and winery too that’s about 10 miles north of downtown Cincinnati. You can tour the brewery and urban farm and meet the goats while you’re here! Your host here has two Airbnb properties, and you can rent out both if you like.

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Tinyhut

Tinyhut

To get a tiny house experience during your time in Cincinnati, consider staying at this hut in East Price Hill. It suits up to three guests with one bedroom and 1.5 baths. The hut is in the Enright Ridge Urban Ecovillage, which is about 10 minutes from downtown Cincinnati. It’s an affordable place to stay in a forest setting and includes access to the gardens and forest trails. The kitchen and bathroom are in the main detached property building. It has solar power and is a great place to learn about off-the-grid living. Features include a green living roof, walls constructed with reused materials, comfortable bed, small fridge/freezer, a hammock, and two covered decks with seating. Bring your pet along for a $5 fee and let the host know.

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Take Five Houseboat

Take Five Houseboat

For something really unique and memorable, how about staying on a houseboat when you visit the Cincinnati area? This Take Five houseboat accommodates eight guests in three bedrooms and 1.5 baths. You can also use the bathrooms at the marina. The boat is in a marina on the Ohio River and does not move or leave the dock. Enjoy the fully equipped galley kitchen, the upper deck, and the pool. Both Cincinnati and Covington are close by.

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Urban Farm Camping Oasis

Urban Farm Camping Oasis

Another unique place to stay is this urban farm camper that accommodates up to four guests. This is an affordable place to stay with one bedroom, three beds, and one bath. It’s an updated 1970s camper that’s 10 minutes from the zoo, OTR, and the Children’s Hospital. Come here for a backyard retreat environment with easy access to the city. The camper is located on a one-acre backyard and has opportunities for a campfire with firewood provided. As with any camping experience, guests should be mindful of bugs in the fall and no running water in the winter when temperatures are below freezing. You can use the small camper bathroom, electric skillet, coffeemaker, heater, and air conditioner here. While it may seem like a rural environment, you are still in the city, so expect some city noise.

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Bedroom at Modest Accommodations at Urban Homestead

Modest Accommodations at Urban Homestead

This farm stay is an ideal place for one guest with one bed and 1.5 baths. This is a quiet place to stay in a private room that’s located in an old farmhouse. When you stay here, you will be close to the Northside and Clifton entertainment districts, breweries, restaurants, and coffeehouses. The farm is 4.5 acres with organic/biodynamic gardens, orchards, pond, and meadow. Onsite you’ll find sheep, chickens, bees, a rabbit, dogs, and cats. You’ll sometimes find programs and workshops at the farm. Enjoy coffee, tea, fresh eggs, visiting with the animals, and riding a bike across at the Spring Grove Cemetery and Arboretum.

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