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Indianapolis is an exciting travel destination, known for racing, history, and for being “The Crossroads of America”, thanks to many intersecting highways. Foodies can find refuge along Massachusetts Avenue, also known as “Mass Ave”, where a string of artisan eateries await to please the palate. Lucas Oil Stadium, where the NFL Colts play, draws thousands on game day, to its marvelous brick stadium with a retractable roof. Then you have the farms and refreshing Amish country along the outskirts, for a more peaceful kind of adventure. Whatever your reason for stopping through, there are some cool Airbnbs to crash for the night.
The funky kitchen with an old school fridge, Moroccan tile, sleek deck space, distressed floors and a claw foot tub are some of the unexpected features guests will discover in the refined duplex. The Broad Ripple area is the exact location this humble, trendy Airbnb should be, as it’s very chill, with plenty of eclectic eateries and cafes—even shops to nab some vintage clothing. As a bonus, there’s plenty of routes for cyclists and joggers, along with scenic river views.
Here’s a century-old property with plenty of room to relax for up to four people the rental home has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, hardwood floors, a home office workspace, and gas fireplace. One bedroom has a king-size bed, and the other has a queen-size bed. Other features of the home are the stainless-steel appliances and quartz countertops in the kitchen and free parking available on the street. This is a pet-friendly vacation rental, so consider bringing your dog along!
If you’re searching for Indianapolis Airbnbs, this home with three bedrooms and two bathrooms is another great option. It sleeps six people and is beautifully designed, newly renovated, and pet-friendly. You’ll be in the Fountain Square area that is near downtown and has fast Wi-Fi, a remote workspace, laundry machines, comfortable beds, a coffee bar, and other amenities. Each of the three bedrooms has a queen-size bed. Past guests have given this Airbnb great reviews because of the fenced yard that’s perfect for a dog, fun artwork on display, and little touches that make guests feel truly welcome here.
It’s fun to stay in this cute and cozy tiny house that is large enough to accommodate five guests in Indianapolis. The home has one bathroom and one bedroom that has a queen-size bed, sofa bed, and floor mattress. It is about 398 square feet in size and has high ceilings and a loft. It’s in a beautiful garden and on a property where the host family also lives but offers plenty of privacy. Guests can use the pool on the property, which is perfect for cooling off on hot summer days. You can bring pets to stay here; however, pit bulls are not allowed.
Four guests can book this stylish apartment on Airbnb and use it as their home base while exploring the city. The one-bedroom, one-bathroom apartment has a king-size bed in the bedroom and a sofa bed in the living room. The space has modern décor and an art gallery, as well as multiple 50-inch TVs, a balcony, gym, and free climate-controlled parking. The host will leave you a voucher to enjoy a free flight of beer at Mashcraft Brewing, which at the bottom of the complex. Fob access allows guests to use the gym, garage, and sky lounge. If you want to bring a pet, inquire with the host about that because prior approval is required.
The Hosbrook House is a 1,200-square-foot home in Fountain Square that has a fenced yard and patio. The Airbnb rental has two bedrooms and two bathrooms to accommodate four guests. Meanwhile, the living room has a custom Monument Circle mural, and there is a washer and dryer with laundry detergent available. When you arrive, you can park in front of the house and then walk to everything in Fountain Square. It’s a great place to be if you want to walk to breweries, distilleries, restaurants, and coffee shops. Take a quick Uber ride from here to get downtown if you like.
Chateau Noir is a unique Airbnb rental in Indianapolis that has a designer style and sleeps four people. The Airbnb was featured in Country Home Magazine and Indianapolis Monthly. It has two bedrooms and two bathrooms, as well as a large kitchen and two living rooms. One bedroom has a king-size bed, and the other one has a queen-size bed. Other things included with your rental are a grill, deck, side garden, internet, and coffee maker. Wi-Fi, a dedicated workspace, 65-inch HDTV, and free parking are offered as well.
For six people traveling in Indianapolis, there’s the option of renting this three-bedroom, one-bedroom home via Airbnb. It’s in the Fletcher Place neighborhood and gives you easy access to most of the downtown attractions. The Boho Bungalow lets you live like a local and experience some of the best restaurants, breweries, and shops in the area. You’ll have an open living room and kitchen on the main level of the home and then bedrooms in the two upstairs levels. The Airbnb host provides guests with bathroom amenities, high-quality linens, and plenty of pillows. You’ll also love the fully fenced yard here for extra privacy and also a table with outdoor seating for four people.
A roomy 1,200 square foot space with two bedrooms, a full country kitchen and a stone fireplace sits amongst a renovated, working farm. Goats, sheep and chickens are a few of the animals to see, and a sweet pup loves to greet all who come to stay. Vegetables and other tasty homegrown treats are available straight from the fields. The hosts encourage visitors to walk the grounds and experience the beauty of the plants, wildflowers and overall landscape.
This highly rated Airbnb is a guesthouse for two people that has a queen-size bed in the bedroom and a bathroom. You’ll be in a second-floor carriage house in a historic Indianapolis neighborhood that is in a convenient Midtown location. The home was built in 1925 but has been newly renovated and has many amenities to help you feel at home, such as a coffee and espresso machine, extra pillows, Wi-Fi, books to borrow, and laundry machines. The rental property has a private entrance and parking by the entrance or on the street.
Seven people can make themselves sat home in this three-bedroom, two-bathroom house that is 1,400 square feet in size. This Indianapolis Airbnb rental is just five minutes from the major interstates and 10 minutes from downtown. It has a fully stocked kitchen, outdoor patio, backyard, and hot tub for guests to enjoy with no shared spaces. Both short and long stays are welcome here, depending on the length of time you plan to be in Indy.
You’ll love spending time at an adorable bungalow when you book this Indianapolis Airbnb for up to four guests. The vacation rental has two bedrooms and one bathroom, in addition to a nicely appointed kitchen, front porch, and fully fenced backyard. This is a great Airbnb to stay at if you have dogs because pups are welcome here for an extra fee. If you plan to work remotely from the Airbnb, there is a work desk and Wi-Fi provided. Plenty of free street parking is available in front of the home, and there are lots of things to see and do within walking distance. The hosts live next door in case you need anything during your stay.
Being directly on Mass Ave is completely amazing because this is the vein of the Indianapolis food scene. You won’t run out of things to explore. Lucas Oil Stadium and the convention center are both a stone’s throw away, and one really doesn’t even need a car. In fact, it might be better to ditch the idea of a vehicle altogether, because parking isn’t guaranteed nor free. Its name is an accurate one, as the condo is brightly accented with colorful decor and plants.
Two guests can stay at this charming carriage house in Fletcher Place and be within walking distance of the convention center, pubs, restaurants, and sport facilities. It is a private studio apartment with a kitchenette and balcony. In the common space, you’ll find a queen-size bed and sofa bed. Guests can use the private, covered parking space that is provided when they aren’t out exploring all that the city has to offer.