12 Really Weird Airbnbs You Can Stay In
If a white picket fence isn't cutting it, perhaps these Airbnbs will intrigue you.
Heward’s Fully Restored 1920s Sheep Wagon
Transport yourself back to a simpler time at an Airbnb stay in this 1920s sheep wagon. Located in Shirley Basin, Wyoming, the original sheep wagon “was used on our family ranch from the nineteen twenties until the early nineteen seventies as a working sheepherders camp,” according to the host. In 2013, it was fully restored, now offering a full-size bed inside and an add-in bed that can accommodate two more people.
A Cave in Bordeaux
Located in a stone quarry in Bordeaux and built during Roman rule, this Airbnb was abandoned in 1930 and restored to have a small kitchen, bedroom, bathroom and lounge area. There’s even an infinity-edge pool dug into the rock! These Airbnbs around the world offer entirely unique experiences—even if they’re actually only a few miles from home.
A Windmill Near Amsterdam
If your dream has always been to sleep in a windmill, now’s your chance! This “romantic windmill” as the host likes to call it, was built in 1874 and is located just a few miles from Amsterdam. It has three bedrooms, with a double bed, kitchen, living area, two toilets and a bathroom with bath.
The World Famous Seashell House
If a mermaid were to live above the sea, this Airbnb would surely be the place! Located on Mexico’s Isla Mujeres, the “world-famous Seashell house” has two bedrooms with king beds, a private pool, kitchenette and BBQ. Before you rent on Airbnb, here are 14 things you should know.
A Snow Igloo
This Finnish igloo is not for the freeze-baby adventurer. “It’s always minus degrees inside the igloo,” says the host. “We provide a warm sleeping bag but you should bring your thermos layers, warm hat, socks and gloves. Also, headlight or flashlight is handy. Warm apartment available 24 hours in case of cold feet.” Try one of these 51 tiny Airbnb houses that actually float!
This one-of-a-kind Airbnb allows flight fanatics to step inside their very own airplane. Located in western France, it’s two minutes from the sea and next to the beaches of Tharon, Pornic and Saint Brévin. The converted airplane has real airplane seats situated around a dining table, while three beds allow up to four guests to get cozy. Should you turn your home into an Airbnb? Well, that depends.
Cozy Mud Hut
It’s weird to put the words “cozy” and “mud” in the same description, but this little hut located in Portland, Oregon pulls it off! Located in the backyard of a private residence, the hut was built by family, friends and community. It’s wood-heated and candle-lit. These 13 Airbnb horror stories will make you think twice.
Dog Bark Park Inn B&B
If your love for dogs has no bounds, you might want to skip on over to this Airbnb located at the edge of Cottonwood in rural Idaho. The Inn consists of a beagle-shaped building that sleeps four guests in its two bedrooms. Pretty much everything is dog-themed, from the artwork to the bedding to the puzzles!
Located in a Pittsburgh suburb, this quirky Airbnb is completed covered from inside out with mirrors of varying shapes and sizes. Home to working artists Martin and Jesha, who share the house with their Airbnb guests, the abode is outfitted with oversized coral-accented fish tanks, a long, zebra-striped communal table, cut-mirror chandeliers and more! You can stay in these eight space-themed places, if that’s more your style.
Step through a mysterious green, circular door and into a cozy dream at this Airbnb. The home is built into the mountainside of the Columbia River Gorge. It features a wooden bed, propane fireplace and a deep soaking tub.
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