Colorado Springs sits a little south of Denver and offers family-friendly attractions and mountainous surroundings. Whether you’ve come to explore the dramatic formations at Gardens of the Gods, or the trails and views from other famed parks in the area, you’ll find the outdoor recreation opportunities to be endless. The food and shopping scene is fruitful, with a variety of cuisines and cozy stops at your disposal. Sure, you could stay at a surrounding hotel or resort, but these cool Airbnbs in Colorado Springs would be tough to pass up.
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Huge windows and doors make up the back wall of the villa, creating an optimal space for viewing Cheyenne Canyon. The architectural theme of the home is both clean and gritty, with reclaimed wood and vintage accents. The wrap around porch and wide opening door truly connect the inner space with the surrounding natural beauty, which can also be taken in from the generously sized hot tub.
When an old carriage house is converted into an Airbnb, it’s just hard to go wrong. This Plus property is now a glorious tiny home that still holds on to its early 1900s charm, while these days exuding an eclectic industrial atmosphere. Subway tiles, sliding barn doors, a chandelier and metal pipe ladder to the loft have redefined this space into something really special.
Adorably referred to as the Chicken Coop, the property does have an actual coop around, however this tiny home gets its name mainly from the simple wood structuring and snuggly interior. In addition to the homey bedroom with a wood-burning stove, guests can enjoy cooking in a small cottage-like kitchen, while the bathroom has a touch of a spa feel to it. The location is close to downtown eateries and shops, as well as excellent hiking terrain.
Jaws drop when one walks out onto the mountain facing balcony with a quaint bistro table for sunset dining. Grand arched windows stretch toward the extra high ceilings and bricked walls envelop subtly modernized furnishings. The 1901 “bones” are ever-present, but the bathroom, and little tweaks here and there have been gently updated. If you’re wanting to walk everywhere, this lovely loft is ideal.
Set unassumingly in a Colorado Springs backyard is this little cottage with a dark wood exterior with blue French doors that contrasts with the stark white interior. With refreshing decor, the place kind of gives us new-age coffee shop vibes, further carried through the minimalist kitchen. Downtown is just a mile and a half away from this affordable Airbnb Plus.
A towering cabin with long stretched windows for viewing surrounding mountains and woods, is met with an interior sleekness. A stream trickles by as guests dine on the outdoor deck, and while feeling secluding, civilization is a couple of minutes away. A game room, rooftop deck and fully bricked fireplace are amongst the amenities. For less than most hotel rates, up to 10 guests can call this cabin their temporary home.
Whimsical and funky, this Airbnb is an Earth home, overflowing with plants and outdoor connected spaces. Sleep by a wood-burning stove, lounge on hammocks, enjoy natural light and browse the gardens. An infrared sauna is also yours to melt the stresses away.
While steel doors, glossy wooden floors, cheery bright walls and an updated kitchen make this location seem like a trendy apartment in a big city, the barn elements still shine through. The shape, surroundings and rustic touches all give the Barndominium loads of charm.
Farmhouse living is almost better in a tiny home. The dwelling is new but exudes squeaky clean, slightly rustic charm, and amazing views. Sip a cup of coffee off your covered porch facing the mountains, or snuggle up in the loft. A fully decked out kitchen, along with washer and dryer, are exciting finds in the small space.
Cool, raw, industrial, bold—these words best describe this super interesting tiny home. In fact, the abode is so eye-catching, it was featured on HGTV. Nothing is missing—you have a kitchen, fireplace, washer and dryer, toiletries, flatscreen television and scenic balconies. Little touches like river rock showers make it extra unique.
Camp without hassle or discomfort at this glamping style Airbnb, equipped with a queen bed, electricity, solar shower and ironically adorable outhouse. You’ll be nestled right by the river, and could even see a variety of wildlife. Connect with the outdoors while having all your gear needs taken care of, and you’ll have coffee—phew!