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Glamping has taken the United States by storm, and has, for some, become a preferred way of lodging versus the traditional hotel. With the perks of a boutique bed and breakfast, but with the privacy and self-awareness nature can bring, staying at one of these lavish yet rugged accommodations can be highly enriching. Lounge in a vintage camper in a national park, experience luxury while breathing in the fresh air—these are the most beautiful glamping Airbnbs in the United States.
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An Airstream near Joshua Tree, with a covered deck and stock tank pool sets amongst dramatic boulders and a mountain backdrop. Breathtaking. Keep in mind it can get very, very toasty in the summertime, but the shade, lemonade and a dip in the water should keep most fairly cool.
Peering over the rolling hills of Creede, Colorado, this yurt is all about the views, whether it be stark white snowy scenery, fiery fall foliage, or green summer hills. The San Juan mountains create an idealistic environment for this simple structure.
Teardrop campers are, as one might assume, tiny. This little trailer has enough room for cuddling, but that is about it. But with Moab, Utah right outside your door, what more could you need? A little outdoor kitchen is perfect for small meal prep.
Amongst the foliage of Ferndale, Washington, the treehouse envelopes a massive Western Red Cedar. Intricate details accompany the flawless design, such as uniquely carved doors, stained glass windows and branch railings.
Who would’ve thought these underground huts were located near Nashville, rather than the Shire? Part unusual glamp stay, part culinary experience, guests will reap all the benefits of being on a farm. Fresh veggies, blackberries, and eggs have never tasted so good. Guests can even help around the property if they’d like.
With a Bahamian flare and blankets of trees providing much-needed shade from the Miami heat, the open-air treehouse lets guests relax in an island like environment. There is a bathroom, but no air conditioning at the glamping-style house in the trees.
It’s simply a bus, amongst pines and North Carolina greenery, and the contrast of this old blue vehicle against the outdoors is mesmerizing. The inside has been redesigned into the perfect bedroom, while the open-air bathhouse with sink, compost toilet and shower is a few steps away.
A canvas tent with a porch that extends over the cliffs near Port Angeles, Washington—nothing more is needed. Drink local wine while watching the sunset, forage in the berry filled forest, or just soak in the views from the comfort of your plush bed.
Glamping in Hawaii is a must, and this Kealakekua luxury tent is surrounded by the iconic green landscape. The shower and bathroom are crafted from real lava rock. Guests have the perk of enjoying unpolluted views of the unfathomable night sky.
If one place is the epitome of glamping, it’s this luxurious AirBNB Plus located inside an open-air barn. Gold accents, glittering chandeliers, and perfect overall aesthetics have this canopy tent appearing more like a room at the Ritz. With a full bathroom to boot, it’s one of the most glitzy chic stays in North Carolina.
An enchanting walk over footbridges and streams with take you to the fairytale tent which is totally disconnected from the world. Who needs running water or electricity when surrounded by the wilderness of North Creek, New York? Lit by torches and lanterns, you won’t miss a thing.
Base your pigeon forge vacation in the trees, within the smokey mountains. While situated on an elevated wooden platform with tree limb railing, the Airbnb is actually a safari tent, with an outdoor dining area and even a coffee bar. Roast marshmallows by the fire pit and take in the rustic environment.
The Columbia River Valley in Wenatchee Washington is expansive and scenic, so this canvas tent with cooking basics and a snuggly bedroom faced directly toward the beauty. Everything is raw and fresh, and the hosts provide perks like delicious coffee. If you’re lucky, their hens may lay a few eggs for your breakfast.