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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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One of the best glamping spots in Texas, you’ll be raving about the incredible views from this rental long after you’ve checked out. You don’t even have to open any curtains before you’re wowed with those amazing hill country views. This adults-only glamping experience brings together all of the coolest parts of glamping and elevates them just a little bit more. Expect grills, fire-pit, hammock sites, private hot tubs, king-size beds, en-suite restrooms, and more. There are a few different pods at this glamping spot and each comes with its own unique feature. Like Pod 1, which has a “floating” king-size bed, alongside its fully-stocked kitchenette and outdoor decking area.
This peaceful forest is a wonderful glamping getaway for all kinds of adventurers. Cherry Blossom Yurt is located in a secluded mountain setting with a local neighborhood only home to deer, turkeys, owls and kinds of other little critters. At night you can see the city lights of Chattanooga in the far distance or look up and see thousands of stars. Inside each yurt, you’ll find a kitchen with a stove and full-sized refrigerator/freezer, a living area with a couch and a TV with streaming services, and a bedroom with a king-sized bed. There’s even a full bath with shower, WI-FI and hot and cold temperature settings.
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.
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.
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.
This Yurt overlooks the Lee Metcalf Wildlife Refuge in Montana and is surrounded by nothing other than stunning countryside views. Cozy, comfortable, and stylish: even if you’re not someone who traditionally loves camping, you’ll undoubtedly fall in love with this spot. Inside, there’s a Keurig coffee machine, microwave, and mini-fridge as well as paper plates, plastic utensils, a can opener, and a wine opener. The best way to spend an evening here? By cooking up a feast on the wood stove and enjoying it outside on the expansive deck with a glass of wine or two.
This Wapato, Washington-based Airstream is a getaway of dreams for anyone who loves the idea of glamping without actually having to sleep on the ground. It’s the very definition of camping in style, set high up overlooking stunning views down below with a large outdoor terrace and a cozy set up inside for optimum comfort levels. This Airstream crams a lot into a small space as inside you’ll find your own kitchenette with an eating nook, a bathroom, shower, bed, and a smart TV with Netflix and HBO. Outdoors you can enjoy the private deck, hot tub, gas fire pit, and beautiful views. You can also walk to the nearby Freehand Cellars tasting room for wines or appetizers if you’re looking to spice up your getaway.
One of the coolest Airbnbs in Florida, this rental calls itself a tent but that couldn’t be further from the truth. Other than the fact that it’s not based on a permanent fixture, everything about this Airbnb is exactly what you’d find in a house or flat rather than a traditional tent. For starters, its decor is comfortingly homely, with large curtains, sumptuous sofas, and knick-knacks dotted around. You’ll spot plants hanging from the walls and light fixtures adding an extra touch. Designed for two guests in its one bedroom, this glamping spot has a fire pit and grill on the deck for romantic evenings together. There are even a few neighboring alpacas that call this spot home, too.
This camper van in Joshua Tree, California is an experience best suited to groups, with space for up to 10 guests in total and 10 acres of land to explore while you’re here. Perfect for a getaway for friends or a few families looking to vacation together, this secluded spot features five bedrooms in total, along with two restrooms, two kitchens, and a solar shower. The more entertaining end of the list includes things like a cold plunge pool, hot tub, two clawfoot tubs, a bocce court, and tons of Joshua Trees. Beds range from kingsize to double so you’ll never be squashed for room.
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.
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.
Head to Monticello, Utah for a glamping experience with a difference. This bell tent is well equipped for all kinds of weather conditions and, despite being off-grid, comes complete with everything you need for a comfortable stay. Enjoy a spectacular view of the La Sal Mountains during daytime and the wonderful, star-lit night sky after the sun goes down. You’ll find a bed with sheets, pillows and duck-down comforter inside each tent as well as LED lamps, a rechargeable fan, and a heater for if it gets cold. The bathroom is in a separate block but you’ll have a lantern to walk to the bathroom after it gets dark and plenty of board games to keep you entertained.
You can spot this vibrant motorhome from a distance thanks to its bright red color. A wonderful escape for two people, it’s quaint on the outside but fully modernized on the inside, with whitewashed walls and a pretty spacious room. This cozy fifth wheel tiny home is set on an exclusive 10 acres with incredible views of Sedona and Cornville and is completely off-grid. Spend your days here hiking through miles of state land trails that begin right on the property or relax by the fire back at the camper van each evening. There’s WIFI and solar power to keep you comfortable although, with such stunning views all around, it’s rare you’ll want to head back and connect to the outside world, anyway.
California is renowned for its incredible Redwoods and there’s nowhere to experience their beauty better than in a mountain top yurt surrounded by them. Head to Watsonville, California for this rustic – yet suitably fancy – glamping experience with your other half. It’s incredibly spacious for a glamping spot and is home to electricity, a gas heating furnace, WI-FI, a large dining room table, a comfortable queen-size bed, a small kitchenette, and a small living room. The yurt is powered by renewable energy sources and lets in lots of natural sunlight. The outdoors is even more rustic: enjoy a hot shower underneath the redwood canopy while comfortably standing on a bed of river rocks.
You’ll probably do a double-take when you first have a glance at this Texas-based glamping spot as, from the inside, it looks more like a fancy apartment than a simple RV. But, contrary to its stylish interiors, this is most definitely a mobile Airbnb set in the midst of nature. This newly renovated farmhouse-style RV is nestled in the heart of Abilene. Surrounded by peaceful nature, it has all of the essentials like complimentary coffee, a breakfast nook with seating for two, a comfortable sleeper sofa, a private step-up queen bed, a hot shower, and a closet toilet. There’s even fast WI-FI if you’re looking to stay connected in the forest: a remote worker’s dream!
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.
Take a trip to Kane, Pennsylvania, for a glamping experience that’ll allow you to wake up to the sounds of the gentle nearby stream each morning. Looking a little like something out of a storybook, this woodside glamping experience is perfect for anyone looking to switch off for a few days in the wild. Inside each tent, you’ll have a queen-size bed, lounging furniture, bar table and stools, and a food prep table with a Keurig coffee maker. Outside, there’s a wood stove and propane heat, a campfire ring, solar battery electricity, a separate bathroom tent and a hot shower.