If you’re searching for a cool, trendy and affordable place while you explore the exciting attractions in Dallas, then these Airbnbs are perfect for your next Texas getaway. Downtown apartments, tiny homes, and even vintage Airstream trailers make up this list of the coolest Airbnbs in Dallas, Texas.
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This list starts off with one of the most beautiful Airbnb properties in the Dallas area, a stunning treehouse near White Rock Lake. Perfect for Dallas residents wanting to get away from the city center or ideal for travelers wanting a quiet stay in the area, this treehouse Airbnb is truly a sanctuary for all types of visitors. Found in the neighborhood of Little Forest Hills, this extraordinary treehouse can accommodate up to four guests. Surrounded by trees, this Airbnb features floor-to-ceiling windows and a rustic vibe that is both relaxing and Instagram-worthy.
This Dallas Airbnb is actually a shipping container that has been converted into a two-bedroom vacation home. This tiny home boasts a strikingly blue paint job from the outside but has a more rustic interior, as the walls are covered with wood. From the outside this tiny home may look small, however, this Airbnb does come with a full kitchen and three beds.
Stay in your own vintage Airstream trailer when you book this Airbnb in Lower Greenville. Perfect for hipster travelers, this Airstream Airbnb has a trendy interior with sleek lines and pops of color. When you aren’t relaxing on the large, cozy sofa, you’ll want to take advantage of the walkable neighborhood or the on-site sauna. This elevated and contemporary Airstream is definitely cooler than any vintage trailer you’ve ever seen.
This guesthouse in Winnetka Heights boasts a farmhouse vibe. Located in a historic neighborhood, the Montclair House offers a clean and bright space for two guests. Guests here can’t rave enough about the relaxing vibes. With plenty of quiet areas to de-stress, from the various sitting areas to the outdoor pool, the Montclair House is where you should go to unwind. The cool factor in the Dallas Airbnb is based on the white and rustic decor that truly looks as if Joanne Gaines had decorated it herself.
This list of the coolest Airbnbs in Dallas wouldn’t be complete without mentioning this noteworthy vacation home, a custom house with an open-concept layout. This modern home is a great place to book for larger groups since it sleeps up to eight people. This townhouse features natural elements, from the neutral colors to the wood-plank walls. The only thing that isn’t lavish here is the price, making it an extremely affordable option for large groups and families.
Stay in a cabin just outside of downtown Dallas. Near Deep Ellum, guests who stay at this Airbnb are treated to a unique glamping experience. This cool Dallas Airbnb is nestled among old trees, giving it a wilderness vibe even though downtown is only 15 minutes away. This little cabin is perfect for two people.
This historic house in Dallas mixes modern and rustic elements, creating such a cool vibe. A shotgun-style home, this Airbnb was first constructed in the 1920s. However, the modern renovation done on the house will definitely please trendy travelers. Four guests can stay here since this little home has an upstairs loft. This house is only a few minutes away from downtown Dallas, so it’s a popular Airbnb for those wanting to be close to downtown attractions without paying the high price of downtown hotel nightly rates.
This industrial apartment Airbnb is right in the heart of downtown Dallas. With high ceilings, exposed brick, and incredible views of the Dallas skyline, there is no question that this Airbnb is cool. Staying in this apartment during your Dallas trip has its perks, as it comes with free valet and access to a gym and pool. Amenities aside, this sleek industrial space is worth booking just for the location alone. You’ll also be close to a number of downtown Dallas attractions when you stay here.
Trendy travelers heading to Dallas should consider booking this cool Airbnb, which is a tiny home near the Bishop Arts District. Bright white details and light-colored wood make for such a pleasing aesthetic in this one bedroom and one bathroom Airbnb. The perfect amount of space for two travelers, this tiny house features a lofted bed and a full bathroom. When you aren’t lounging in this backyard home on Oak Cliff, the Bishop Arts District is only a five-minute drive away.
This vintage Airstream trailer in the Dallas neighborhood of Urbandale is great for budget travelers. Covered in wood paneling and tucked away within the host’s verdant backyard, a stay in this Airstream offers a secluded accommodation that is still near popular Dallas hot spots, like Deep Ellum, downtown, and Fair Park. This 32-foot trailer is an Airbnb that definitely boasts cool, bohemian vibes.