Airbnb’s are a budget-friendly way to save money on accommodation, but have you stayed at one of its unique properties in America? Skip the boring hotel room and spend your night in an oversized beagle in Idaho, gaze at the stars at a modern Earthship in New York or stay in an airport hangar in Florida. From a hobbit house in California to a secluded treehouse in Georgia, here are the most unique Airbnbs in the United States.
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If you want to be nestled high amongst the trees, head to this Airbnb just minutes from downtown Atlanta. This treehouse provides an intimate ambiance and unique overnight experience where you can fall asleep to the sound of nature. Individual treehouses are separated by rope bridges and feature beds with Egyptian cotton sheets with wheels so you can roll them outside onto a platform.
If you’re looking for an off-the-grid living experience, book this unique house in Taos, New Mexico. This unique abode catches its own rainwater and generates its own electricity, with its interior staying at a constant 72 degrees throughout the day. Modern amenities include WiFi and Netflix, while you can also relax in the luxury deep soaking tub or step outside for some unforgettable stargazing adventures.
Perfect for a cowboy-themed adventure, this “Love Nest” in the desert offers private rooms with an extra-large deck. Sitting up high above the barn in Morongo Valley just 20 minutes from Palm Springs, animal enthusiasts will delight in spending their time interacting with the various animals and hiking the nearby trails. Enjoy a beverage in the Draft Horse Saloon, play a round of pool, ping pong or horseshoes, then sit outside on the deck and admire the stars.
Dog lovers will delight in an overnight stay in this giant beagle-shaped house, where you’ll find many comfort features to enjoy during your adventure such as a selection of books, games and puzzles that are dog-themed, while an in-the-dog breakfast is also included. Nestled in rural Idaho, you can sit on your 2nd story deck and admire the expansive views of prairie gain fields and mountains that surround you.
This Man Cave Apartment in Geneva is a part of an active airplane hangar on a private airstrip in East Seminole County in Florida. Decorated with an eclectic collection of unique artifacts, it provides a fun ambiance with a bar, satellite TV and wood-burning fireplace, and is the perfect place to relax and unwind with a couple of your friends. You’ll have all the amenities you need for a weekend of fun, and if the weather is ideal you might even see some of your neighbors flying their aircraft off the grass strip.
Are you a Lord of the Rings fan? Have a movie-themed adventure at this quaint dwelling, which is nestled against the beautiful Columbia River Gorge mountainside in Idaho. Enter through the iconic round doorway and discover its variety of charming nooks and details of this small hobbit hole on an overnight stay. If you’re the adventurous type, there are also a variety of scenic hikes around the hills with stunning views of Lake Chelan.
You’ll get an authentic Western experience in this fully restored 1920’s sheep wagon in Wyoming, which was first used by ranch hands. It’s equipped with modern amenities in the heart of a 30,000-acre ranch, where you can spend your time lake fishing, hiking and stargazing. You can also get a guided tour of the ranch to learn about its history or set up a romantic package for two.
A grass-roofed, adobe-walled abode in California, this Earthen hut will lure in any Tolkien fan. The round space has some exotic neighbors at the next door sanctuary, including emus, peacocks and alpacas, while the hut’s amenities include a hot tub, sauna, pool and outdoor shower. There’s even an adobe oven for pizza-making and a rocket stove which provides a heated bed. The one-of-a-kind structure is just minutes from excellent restaurants, wineries and the Russian River.
You can fit up to 12 guests in the Houdini Estate, built in the Edwardian tradition in the early 1900s. You’ll find caves, hidden tunnels and terraced gardens on this opulent estate, including a deep-water tank where Harry Houdini practiced his underwater escapes. The five-acre estate also includes a heated pool and Jacuzzi, with a rock waterfall and natural spring pond with hiking trails that offer ocean views.
Located eight miles from Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park, this treehouse has 12-foot ceilings and cathedral-style windows to make you feel as if you’re a part of the natural setting. It’s a perfect retreat for adventurous travelers who love hiking to beaches, forests and volcanoes, just eight miles from Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park. Surrounded by Hapu’u ferns, orchids and Eucalyptus and guava trees, the treehouse boasts a plant-filled lanai, eight-foot teak Balinese Bale daybed and perch platform bed with panoramic views.