The Most Popular Airbnb in Every U.S. State
From an earthship in New Mexico to an underground hygge in Washington, and all the wooded cabins, yurts, and tree houses in between, you’re going to want to book these Airbnbs ASAP.
Alabama: a 100-year-old cottage
Named the cutest tiny home in Alabama, the Cottage at the Winchester Manor embodies Southern hospitality at its finest. You can pop across the street for some downhome country cooking before exploring New Market’s historic downtown on the river. Fun fact: The house itself was supposedly the first post office in the state. Also, check out these surprisingly affordable beach vacations.
Alaska: A rustic log cabin
If you go to Alaska and don’t stay in a log cabin, did you even really go there? Experience the Last Frontier the right way with a visit to this outdoorsy Airbnb. Just outside of Fairbanks, there are tons of activities to do during your stay, from watching the Aurora Borealis from the porch to snowshoeing the trails to collecting berries from the property’s garden.
Arizona: A charming guest house
Open the gorgeous French doors and step out onto the terrace, where you and up to eight guests can enjoy an outdoor dinner on a balmy Arizona night at this cute Airbnb. Afterward, lounge in the hammock or roast s’mores around the fire pit. And in the morning, you can have breakfast in bed using fresh eggs from the three chickens on the property. Check out some great cozy cabins for a last-minute weekend getaway.
Arkansas: A Little Rock tiny home
Tiny homes are a thing for 2019—and now you can try one out for a weekend with this Arkansas rental. Even though it’s only 270 square feet (yes, really!), the house is fully equipped with everything you’d need and you can even bring your dog for an additional $5 per night. Can’t get enough of the tiny home trend? Here are the coolest ones in each of the 50 states.
California: A geodesic dome in the woods
Think outside the box (er, the cabin rather) with this one-of-a-kind dome, which is also the most-reserved Airbnb in the entire world. While there, hike some of the stunning trails on the property, venture down to the beach or simply lounge on the tree-top deck. Fair warning: You’ll have to plan ahead to stay here as the owners recommend booking 9 to 11 months in advance due to high demand.
Colorado: An 1880s carriage house in Curtis Park
This quirky city-side retreat once served as a home for horses, but the 19th-century structure has since been revamped with a cozy industrial-chic interior that sleeps three. Laze the day away on the outdoor hammock or take a dip in the hot tub, and when you’re ready to explore, plenty of restaurants and craft breweries are just a short walk away. If you do find an opening, fares start at $133 a night.
Connecticut: A secluded cabin with a sauna
Everything about this recently renovated cabin screams relaxing weekend getaway. As if the idyllic setting and charming interior weren’t enough, it even has a wood-fired sauna so you’ll feel like you’re at a five-star spa instead of tucked away in the Connecticut countryside. For some serious R&R, browse this list of the most luxurious spas in the world.
Delaware: A condo on Bethany Beach
If you’re looking for the ultimate beach retreat, this Bethany Beach condo for two might pique your interest. Located in a resort community, amenities like tennis courts, pools, beach, and shuttle service to and from the beach are all available for your use. Rates start at $110 per night.
Florida: Paradise in Biscayne Park
Standing at just 500 square feet, this small studio sleeps two, but with a tropical poolside garden, tiki hut, and pergola just steps from your personal living space, you won’t be spending much time indoors. Accommodating hosts are happy to provide bikes, making local adventures (like a trip to the nearby beach) a little more approachable. Rates for this Biscayne Park paradise start at $95 per night. For more beautiful Airbnb escapes, see the most picturesque lighthouses you can rent on Airbnb.
Georgia: A secluded tree house in Atlanta
You may have seen this whimsical tree house before (or at the very least, in your dreams). The romantic retreat for two has received much attention since it was named Airbnb’s most wished-for listing in the world, and with three separate spaces set between lush woods, the accolades are warranted. Best of all, the property is just minutes from downtown Atlanta—despite its intimacy and seclusion. Rates start at $375 a night. Here are some more tree houses you can actually rent.