Karyn Wofford is a freelance writer in the fields of travel, eco-tourism, and wellness. She’s an avid traveler and Georgia native. She grew up with a passion for travel, exploring everything from the mountains to the ocean, and continues to find new and unique things to do in the places she travels.
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Travel experts often state that Missouri is extremely underrated. Maybe it falls into the same rut that many central states get caught in. But aside from the big-name cities that travelers are likely already aware of, there is an abundance of natural beauty. From spectacular lakes, expansive pastures, and even underground caves, Missouri has a tremendous amount to offer the modern-day explorer. If we’ve convinced you to book your trip, take a look at some of the coolest Airbnbs to rent.
Elevate high into the trees, living amongst nature, while still having every luxurious amenity at your fingertips. The treehouse-style cabin brings in aesthetic elements of the outdoors, while still having trendy updated features. Relax by the fireplace, or head out onto the deck to soak in the hot tub. Paradise.
There’s no better way to enjoy Kansas City than in the comfort of an Airbnb Plus. With an aesthetic almost similar to a Grecian home, the white walls bringing plenty of light, and various linens add pops of color. We also love the farm animal artwork that hangs on the walls.
We can definitely see why this house was featured on HGTV! Not only is the home itself welcoming and contemporary, but the outdoor recreation is also phenomenal. The deck features a water slide and diving board, so guests can easily plunge into the blue waters.
Staying in an old silo can be super luxurious! While the exterior keeps its rusted metal appearance, a contemporary porch now surrounds it. Brick walls define the mesmerizing kitchen, and being right on the water’s edge, it goes without saying that the views are breathtaking.
Do you love simplicity? Do you love the free-spirited feel of the Bohemian style? Then this tiny home is your paradise. Encapsulated by walnut trees and other native foliage, the setting is beautiful. Biking and hiking trails are a stone’s throw away.
Silos make incredible Airbnbs apparently! Converting old historic structures into a vacation home that people from all over the world can enjoy is truly fantastic. Keeping many of the original elements, a lot of amenities have been added. But what you’ll probably enjoy most is the rustic brick, metal and wood found inside.
So many whimsical elements have been blended into this treehouse, which definitely has all the amenities of an actual home. Patchwork quilts, intricate tile work, and colorful furniture add loads of character. But overall, there is a sleek rustic feel. The most exciting part might be crossing over the bridge to the dwelling.
Love the loft life, that makes you feel like you are in a trendy part of New York? Then this Airbnb will captivate. All of the expected and beloved aesthetics of historic lofts are inside, including magnificent brick walls, a dramatic staircase, and an incredibly impressive kitchen.
We just can’t get enough of luxury treehouses! They whisk guests into the heart of nature, while still keeping everyone more than comfortable. Of course, there is an amazing bridge connected to this one and lots of naturalistic decor.
A lake house is cool. But a lake house on its own private lake is stellar. Food five acres of water sit right at the foot of the traditional modern home. Plenty of sleeping spaces make it a perfect family getaway.
We seriously couldn’t resist, and neither can others according to those five-star reviews! Pretty in pink, this home is appropriately named the Rustic Rose. When entering, you’ll know why. Pink everything! From the couches, bed, to the walls, you’ll feel like you are in a Valentine’s Day dream. The cherry on top is the heart-shaped hot tub outside, from which couples can gaze at the stars.
Transport back in time while staying in a 1920s gas station. While the interior has been converted to accommodate living, the exterior still has its original look. Everything feels like it’s in a different time. Being right off Route 66, it’s a fantastic place to start, that’s also close to restaurants.
Maybe treehouses and old gas stations aren’t your thing. So we bring you a large, clean-cut modern home on the lake. There’s plenty of room for a family of six, the bedrooms are open and no fuss. Bathrooms have spa-like touches, and the kitchen is gloriously chic.
Have you ever camped in a hammock tent? Not only can it be quite comfy, but guests will also feel encapsulated in nature. Let the hosts do all the extra work for you, while you just bring your personal items. More amenities than one might think would come along with a camping site, are included.