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With forests, mountains, farms, and plenty of charming cities, there are many different ways to experience Virginia. Not only are the landscapes and attractions diverse, but also the types of places that you can stay overnight when you travel in the state. Here are some of the coolest Airbnb rentals in Virginia right now.
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Stay in this octagon-shaped house for a really unique experience in Virginia! It’s a yurt for two people and surrounded by the forest. The home has a two-level deck, Wi-Fi, two bathrooms, and hiking nearby. It is less than three hours from D.C. for your city escape. You’ll be in an artsy, woodsy, and rustic space that’s also modern with Wi-Fi, Netflix, laundry machines, and a full kitchen. There’s a queen-size bed inside and also a sofa bed and air mattress in the common space if you have extra people.
For a really fun stay in Virginia, how about a night in a treehouse? This treehouse accommodates two guests, is a short walk to a river, and is nestled among pine trees. It’s a 400-sqaure-foot treehouse with a spiral staircase, marble tile shower, and gas fireplace. There’s a kitchen with a fridge, oven, stove, microwave, French press, and utensils. The porch offers lovely views, and there’s a two-person hot tub on the deck. Be mindful of the fact that there may be bugs in the evening since you’re up in the trees. You’ll sleep in a queen-size bed at night and stay comfortable with heating and air conditioning depending on the season.
Virginia has some great cabin Airbnbs, including this one for up to four people. It has two bedrooms and two baths and features lovely views of the Shenandoah Valley and river. This cool Airbnb has a two-level deck that’s half-covered, a hot tub, brand-new patio furniture, and a wood-burning stove for a rustic touch. It has a mountain cabin feel but is also luxurious. The host even provides a jeep for guests who need a high-clearance vehicle to travel the last mile to the cabin. Come here for a real adventure and also plenty of comfort in the two bedrooms’ king-size beds, Wi-Fi, and other convenient amenities.
A fun tiny house option is this Airbnb rental that’s great for two people in Harrisonburg. The home is on a six-acre farm in the Shenandoah Valley and close to breweries, restaurants, and downtown. It’s an eco-friendly option with solar power. Inside the tiny home, you’ll also get a shower, kitchen with a mini-fridge and microwave, full-size bed, spacious porch, Wi-Fi, and books and board games for entertainment. When you stay here, there are also opportunities for learning about farm life, such as tending animals and gardening with plants. There is a space heater and wood stove for heat but no air conditioning for the summer months.
Up to five people can stay in this vacation home that has three bedrooms and one bath. It’s a cool place to be because it has a hot tub, outdoor movies, child activities, and is dog-friendly (no extra fee!). You’ll be atop Fort Valley Mountain in Shenandoah County and get to enjoy the trails, cornhole, playhouse, hammock, rocking chairs, and other fun perks. Kids also love the treasure hunts, treehouse, and holiday décor. It’s also fun to have three decks when you stay here and be just 10 minutes from George Washington National Forest, 30 minutes to Luray Caverns, and 40 minutes from Shenandoah National Park.
You’ll also love this cozy Airbnb rental that is surrounded by trees and a private space to get out in nature. It is a rental for up to six guests and that has two bedrooms and one bath. This is a great place to escape and disconnect from everyday life and explore the area with a scenic drive and mountain views. It’s a family-friendly place with baby items and toys that guests can use. There are some rocky roads to get here that just add to the mountain adventure.
This Airbnb is located in Lexington, one of Virginia’s most charming towns. The yurt for a larger group of up to eight people and a fun place to stay in Virginia. This yurt offers lots of outdoor space on the deck and in a place with no neighbors in sight. The host raises cattle, sheep, and chickens, and the yurt uses reclaimed wood from an 1800s log cabin that used to be here. There is a loft in the yurt for extra sleeping space and also a wood stove to make you feel cozy. There is a Roku TV in the yurt and also a patio with an outdoor fireplace to look up at the stars and roast marshmallows. This is a family-friendly yurt with a pack-and-play travel crib available.
Here’s a cute cottage for two people that gets great reviews on Airbnb and is along the Brew Ridge Trail. You’ll be in the middle of all the breweries when you stay on this six-acre farm. It offers lovely mountain views, Wi-Fi, self-check-in, and landscaped grounds. Other things to do in the area are skiing, hiking, fishing, wineries, and orchards. Pets are allowed with a $15 fee. The bedroom here has a king-size bed.
For your stay in southwest Virginia, you can stay in this unique cottage in the mountains. It has a queen-size bed, a queen-size air mattress for guests, a large bath, a wood-burning fireplace, and a garden with flowers. You’ll enjoy the water garden with koi, a large front porch, and an outdoor shower in the summer. The amenities here include a kitchen, Wi-Fi, and free parking.
Another fun tiny house option is this Airbnb rental that works for up to four people and is on a relaxing farm. It’s a little getaway spot with games, TV, a full kitchen, and laundry machines. It’s also pet-friendly and in the heart of the Monticello wine region. You’ll be on a 25-acre farm with domestic and wild animals, as well as views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. There’s easy hiking around the farm, a small propane grill to use, and also an outdoor fire pit and wood supply for relaxing evenings.
It’s also fun to be right on the beach in Virginia, which is why we love this cool Airbnb apartment that’s ideal for two guests. This studio space has two beds and one bath, and it’s on the north end of the boardwalk by all the best attractions, bars, and restaurants. You’ll have a balcony to enjoy views of the Atlantic Ocean, as well as access to a saltwater pool, large BBQ deck, and lawn on the beach. It’s in a small oceanfront complex and offers free Wi-Fi, a full kitchen, a queen-size bed, and a couch that opens up to become a queen-size bed.
We think it’s also pretty cool to stay in a yurt in Virginia, such as this one for up to four people. Stay here for a glamping experience on a 70-acre farmstead that’s very beautiful. It’s close to the Blue Ridge trail, skiing, wineries, breweries, golf, and hiking. This yurt is 30 feet in diameter and has 10-foot walls. It also has a 400-square-foot deck with views of the mountain and pond. The pond is shared with the Airbnb owners, but Airbnb guests have exclusive access to the hot tub. The yurt has fast internet and air conditioning, although it can still get pretty warm inside during the midday hours in the summer.
Up to four people can stay in this sweet cabin that’s quiet and peaceful. It’s in a private wooded area and has easy access to High Bridge Trail State Park. Downtown Farmville is close by, and the home offers a full kitchen, large front porch, hot tub on the back porch, and electric grill here too. There are 27 private wooded acres that guests will have access to and be able to explore while hiking, biking, or horseback riding. A vehicle with AWD or 4WD is recommended during the winter months due to snow.
It doesn’t get much more interesting or unique than a hobbit-style earth house when you stay in Virginia. Choose this Airbnb to be in the valley of the Blue Ridge Mountains and for a private getaway. It has a small kitchen with a mini-fridge, freezer, and hot plate. The home also comes with coffee and tea, some cooking essentials, utensils, heated floors, a bathroom, and a waterfall shower. The home also features pottery dishes by the hosts’ daughter and tables made from local wood. This Airbnb is best for two people and has a queen-size bed in one bedroom. It’s a highly rated place to stay for something special or to just switch up your routine!
For your rustic getaway in Virginia, consider this cool cabin that is great for two people. It’s an 1840s cabin on a 500-acre farm that’s on the James River. It doesn’t have electricity or water but does have a fireplace, bed, and porch that looks out over the river. It’s a glamping experience you’ll never forget and that has a modern outhouse near the cabin, as well as an outdoor bath with a shower by the outdoor kitchen that guests can use when the weather is warm.
For fun accommodations in Virginia, you can also book this dome house on Airbnb. It’s great for two people and very private on a 25-acre farm. The dome is 16 feet in size and has outdoor seating, a queen-size bed, coffee station, mini-fridge, and a clean porta-potty that’s 15 feet away. The host has a couple of other unique Airbnb listings available too. You’ll be three miles from the shops and restaurants of downtown Floyd here.