Stay in a tree house in the Costa Rican rainforest with access to natural hot springs and a large cool swimming pool!
Rent a private room or book the entire castle for 30 people to explore Northern England. Enjoy 20 acres of grounds, four poster beds, and fireplaces, feeling like royalty while still propping up your feet.
Sitting on a cliff side of a tiny island, this architectural phenomenon is a beach haven. A private pool, ocean view, and shell décor around the house, you’ll feel like a mermaid.
This beach bungalow is perfect for two looking to getaway from the urban jungle. Cocktails and Indian cuisine is just an intercom away while you’re enjoying life among the treetops.
Steinbeck lovers rejoice! Stay where John Steinbeck used as a writing studio in the early 1940’s situated in Pacific Grove, CA – called the “Most Romantic City in the United States.”
Spend a few nights among the trees at this Atlanta, Georgia tree house. Romantic and peaceful, this tree house is the perfect weekend getaway for two. You’ll easily forget you’re in the middle of Atlanta when all you can hear are birds, frogs, and the wind.
The huge fireplaces, a spiral staircase, and old yellow stones will make it impossible to forget you’re in a castle, but the modern amenities and décor will give you the best of both worlds. Cook French cuisine in the huge kitchen, or explore the castle grounds with your 7 guests during a stay at the château.
You can comfortable stay with over 16 of your closest friends or relatives while still feeling like you can do your own thing. With three buildings, a Turkish steam room and sauna, and a barn they converted to host another 10 guests, you could even host a wedding here.
Stay in an old ship in the Netherlands within walking distance to the major landmarks of Amsterdam. Just watch your head if you’re over 6’ tall!
This “igloo” will give you one of the most unique Airbnb experiences of your life. From migratory birds above your head to unbelievable Costa de la Luz sunsets reflecting onto the ocean, you’re bound to leave the Dome with many stories and memories.