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New Jersey has many top hotels with ocean views, city excitement, and plenty of attractions all around. However, you can also choose to stay in a local Airbnb here for a little extra privacy and a unique getaway experience. Here are our top picks for Airbnb properties to book in New Jersey.
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You’ll love this charming cottage for two people in Cape May to be just 20 steps from the beach. The space has a lovely Bayfront location and is close to restaurants, parks, and cultural attractions. Couples, solo travelers, and pets enjoy this space. There’s a kitchen with everything you need to cook meals here. The cottage is a two-family-style house with one side occupied. The guest space is closest to the bay and has a private entrance. There’s a gas grill that you can use, but make sure to bring your own linens for the bed. If you have a kayak, be sure to bring it because there are calm bay waters across the street that are great for kayaking. There is a fee for multiple pets, and the space has fast Wi-Fi so you can bring your own device to watch your shows if the weather doesn’t cooperate for beach time.
You can book this entire condo on Airbnb for a group of up to four guests visiting Atlantic City. It’s on the 26th floor of the Atlantic Palace Suites and offers awesome views of the city and ocean. You’ll have direct access to the boardwalk and be able to walk to the casinos. The condo features a small kitchenette, flat-screen TV, queen-size bed, and bath with Jacuzzi. Guests also get a parking space, Wi-Fi, and access to many shared common area amenities. These include a gym, hot tub, laundry machines, billiards, sauna and steam room, and outdoor heated pool.
Another cabin stay you might be interested in for a New Jersey trip is this one that sleeps up to six people. It has three bedrooms and three bathrooms and has been newly renovated. It’s a cozy lakefront home for both winter and summer activities. For example, the host provides a 12-foot rowboat to access the lake for fishing. For the winter, the Mt. Creek and Mt. Peter ski resorts are about 25 minutes away. Other things to do in the area are visiting the local wineries and breweries, as well as checking out the town or Warwick and Greenwood Lake.
Consider staying at this cottage with up to four people when you visit the historic Frenchtown area on the Delaware River. It’s on eight private acres that overlook Walnut Pond and offers nature-watching from the private patio. This carriage house is a self-contained cottage with bedrooms upstairs. The space also offers a fully equipped kitchen, laundry machines, picnic table, BBQ, and parking area. Enjoy the small vineyard, chicken coop, and vegetable garden nearby at this quiet and rural destination in New Jersey.
Up to four people can stay at this cabin by the lake and which has an outdoor fire pit and large stone fireplace. It is a weekend escape-style destination with wood paneling, loft sleeping, and vaulted ceilings. You’ll have the whole cabin to yourself and also get two community beach club passes with your stay. It’s a five-minute walk to the beach club, and trails, restaurants, and shops are nearby too. Attractions in the area are the Lakota Wolf Preserve and Tomahawk Lake.
It’s fun to stay in chic Hoboken when you’re visiting New Jersey or just planning a local staycation. This apartment is available on Airbnb for two people and offers easy access to NYC by ferry, bus, train, or car. It’s an open-floor-plan studio with lots of great restaurants and shops nearby too. The space is brightly lit and has hardwood floors. All of the space is yours without sharing with anyone else, which includes a private bath and private entrance. The bedroom has a queen-size bed, and the apartment also has a dedicated workspace, TV, and free street parking nearby.
You can stay in this guest suite in Lodi for an Airbnb option and enjoy being on the second floor of a multi-family house. It’s close to a bus stop that will take you to NYC, as well as restaurants and a laundromat nearby. The one-bedroom apartment has its own private entrance that’s attached to the family house. It has a queen-size bed, TV channels, access to the kitchen, Wi-Fi, and free parking onsite. You’ll be about 15 miles from Manhattan and 16 miles from Newark Airport when you stay here. Long-term stays are welcome.
You’ll be within 10 minutes of downtown Princeton when you book this New Jersey Airbnb. It offers rates for daily, weekly, and monthly stays and is ideal for one or two people. It’s a private room in a house that comes with its own private bath. Only this one bedroom is used for an Airbnb space in this four-bedroom home that’s on two acres and has a fenced back yard. The dog fee is $10 per day, and dogs must be approved in advance.
Couples enjoy staying at this tiny house Airbnb that is a detached back house studio apartment in a private fenced-in yard. It’s two blocks from the beach and lets you enjoy the fresh ocean air from the patio or by the firepit or tiki bar. To accommodate up to four guests here, sleeping arrangements are in the common spaces and include a queen-size bed and sofa bed. Amenities include Wi-Fi, an 80-inch TV, and a stocked kitchen with stainless-steel appliances There’s a seated spa shower and sauna with mood lighting and Bluetooth here. A hot tub is also available for guests upon request.
To be near the beach in New Jersey, consider booking this condo for up to four people. The beach and boardwalk are just steps away, as well as Wonderland Pier, the Waterpark, OC Surf Café, and Ocean City Coffee Company. You’ll have this whole space to yourself without sharing and also get a couple of beach chairs, beach towels, and beach tags in the summer. Sleeping accommodations are a queen-size bed in the bedroom and a sofa bed in the common space. The condo also has a kitchen, Wi-Fi, laundry machines, cable TV, and free parking. The host has another Airbnb property for rent as well.
Enjoy a farm stay experience at this carriage house that’s on a 10.5-acre farm with goats, alpacas, chickens, and other animals. It’s in an area abundant with wildlife and beautifully renovated for guests. You can have fresh eggs in the morning, hike through the woods, and meet the resident animals here when you walk the grounds. This is a private space with a covered patio and a public bus stop at the end of the driveway for public transportation.
For a truly unique place to stay in New Jersey, book this tiny house that can sleep up to four people. The space has hammocks, indoor and outdoor fires, chill-out spaces, and games to play. It also has an outhouse, camping stove, and heated outdoor shower. Sleeping accommodations are a futon for two, a couch, and sleeping pads/air mattresses. There’s a mini-fridge here, as well as a coffee machine and some coffee and tea provided. Enjoy fresh eggs every morning from the chickens, and pets are allowed as long as they’re on a leash to protect the chickens and if you pay a $20 fee for each pet per night.
For a unique stay in New Jersey, you can rent out this Airbnb RV that sleeps up to four people. It’s a travel trailer that’s ideal for working away from home and in the woods behind Ocean Gate. The camper has a full kitchen, bathroom, fast Wi-Fi, private bedroom, and TV. You’ll be in the back of a property on a quiet dirt road and about a 0.4-mile walk to the beach and boardwalk. Miles of trails on conservation land is just across the street for hiking. Pets are welcome here for a fee of $20 per pet nightly.
Solo travelers enjoy staying at this studio apartment by the lake and waking up to lovely views of a lake full of swans. It has a mini kitchenette with a fridge, microwave, toaster, and coffeemaker. The living room has a smart TV, and onsite parking is available. Sit outside and enjoy the lounge area at any time of the year. The lake is great for fishing, kayaking, and swimming between spring and fall. Sleeping accommodations are one queen-size bed. The host here makes a point to practice social distancing and wear a mask for guest safety.