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.
Hawaii: A dreamy tropical tree house in Fern Forest
If you never thought you could survive living in the jungle, take a look at this luxe listing. The structure is deceivingly rugged from the outside, but once you enter, gold wallpaper and a bamboo chandelier add some opulence. Below, a hanging bed suspends above local flora, making for the perfect midday snooze spot for two. And when you’re ready to venture into the jungle, Volcanoes National Park is just ten miles away. Rates start at $300 per night, but before you book, check out the 11 things you should know about vacationing in Hawaii.
Idaho: An urban yurt
Check “glamping” off your bucket list with a stay at this unique Airbnb. The yurt, nestled among lush gardens, stays cool in the summer months with a vented skylight and warm in the winter months with a gas stove. And you won’t be too far from civilization—there’s a cute bistro just a quick three-minute walk away for local eats and hot coffee.
Illinois: A private apartment in Logan Square
Here, hip city living doesn’t mean sacrificing space. The Logan Square apartment sleeps five and opens out to a welcoming garden and fire pit. Inside, vintage furnishings have been carefully curated and merged with modern amenities. If you’re in search of food, some of the city’s best bars and restaurants are within walking distance. Book with rates starting at $150 per night.
Indiana: A nautical-inspired lakeside apartment
BRB, we’re booking this rustic retreat ASAP. After you wake up to the sound of birds singing outside your window, spend your day paddling around the lake in a canoe or catching trout with one of the provided fishing rods on the private pier. When the sun goes down, cozy up to a campfire in the backyard—marshmallows not required but highly recommended!
Iowa: A spacious two-bedroom house
An entire two-bedroom house for a mere $54 a night sounds too good to be true—but it’s not, thanks to this Iowa City escape. You’ll feel right at home with a fully-stocked kitchen, cozy living room just begging for family movie nights, and plenty of child-friendly amenities, including a pack n’ play. And if you’re a football fan, this Airbnb is perfect for pre-game tailgating as it’s right across from Kinnick Stadium in Iowa City.
Kansas: An apple cottage on the Oskaloosa Prairie
Ever wonder what living on a working farm is like? Apple Cottage in Oskaloosa welcomes you to experience an easy-going life on the prairie that’s equally locally minded as it is sustainable. Breakfast in the morning is farm fresh with eggs picked from the chicken coop and fruit straight from the property’s surrounding trees. Historic Lawrence is a quick 15-minute drive, and nearby Perry Lake is a favorite for fishing, boating, and swimming. The home accommodates four guests with rates starting at $62.
Kentucky: A farmhouse in Louisville
Just blocks away from downtown Louisville, this urban Highlands hideaway is home to an active backyard farm of six chickens and a honey-producing beehive. The structure itself dates back to 1907, and has since been restored with remnants of rustic charm. And with over 470 five-star reviews, don’t think twice about booking (rates start at $79 a night). Beware of these signs you’re about to fall for a bad Airbnb listing.
Louisiana: A historic French Quarter home in New Orleans
Finding a comfy accommodation in the right location can cost you. Centrally situated in one of New Orleans’ most historic neighborhoods, this guest house is just a short stroll away the French Quarter, and with rates starting at $65 per night, you’ll be getting big value in the Big Easy. This listing comes with an outdoor pool, complimentary bikes, and stunning 19th-century architectural charm, making it well worth the wait.
Maine: A coastal cottage escape in Surry
Musicians and artists alike will find comfort in this rustic home‘s many cultural facets. On the ground floor, a baby grand piano begs to be played, while art and various books fill the home. While an hour away, scenic sights in Bar Harbor or Acadia National Park make for great hiking, biking, and boating. The space accommodates four guests, and rates start at $80 per night. Find out the best (free!) tourist attraction in every state.
Maryland: A private room in the D.C. suburbs
This accommodating Airbnb, located just outside of the nation’s capital, is more bed and breakfast than a home rental. Book one of the private rooms (there are three to choose from) and you’ll be treated to snacks and breakfast daily, a stocked library that even has a pool table, and four cute kittens that roam freely and are always available for snuggles.
Massachusetts: A silo studio cottage in Tyringham
This whimsical Berkshires escape is practically straight from the pages of a storybook. The small, two-level cottage is nestled at the heart of a wooded forest and situated aside a babbling brook and lily pond. On the inside, exposed wood walls, arched door frames, and large multi-paned mill windows add extra charm to this fairy tale fantasy home. Accommodations for two guests start at $225, but make plans to book ASAP because 2018 dates are already starting to fill up. Check out the world’s most outrageously expensive vacations.
Michigan: A riverfront cabin in Baldwin
This riverside retreat for four is the ideal spot to spend the day out on nature watch, and the night, roasting marshmallows under the stars. The home is literally steps away from the scenic Pere Marquette River, making it a hot listing among Airbnb bookers. This Michigan marvel has select dates open the rest of the year with fares starting at $125.
Minnesota: A woodsy studio in Minneapolis
Mountain cabin meets downtown loft in what one guest calls “the coziest place I’ve ever stayed.” With rustic wood paneling and tree-top views, you’ll feel like you’re deep in the woods, instead of in the heart of Minneapolis. Rather stay in an actual cabin? Book one of these 15 outdoorsy getaways stat.
Mississippi: Palm cottage in Bay St. Louis
This newly renovated studio space is secluded, yet just a short walk from the local beach and surrounding attractions like tennis courts, playgrounds, and even a duck pond. Outside, a 300-year-old tree shadows over the home, making for a grand ol’ Mississippi welcome. And bedding accommodations for four are extra comfy with plush gel foam mattresses that’ll put you right to sleep after a long day at the shore. Rates begin at $85 per night.
Missouri: An industrial loft
Exposed brick, high ceilings, and a stunning skyline view could easily fool you into thinking that this trendy industrial loft is located in the heart of New York City, but it’s actually in Kansas City. Right down the street, a historic jazz club is a perfect spot to grab a drink and listen to some tunes. But if you care to venture elsewhere, the River Market waterfront, Power & Light District, and Crossroads Arts District are all within walking distance. Rates start at $85.
Montana: A treehouse retreat
This isn’t your childhood treehouse. Featured on DIY Network, the double-decker cabin is as cool on the inside as it is on the outside with two spiral staircases, a full-size bathroom, and a master suite that wraps around the trunk of a giant Douglas fir. For more forest feels, check out these other treehouses you can rent.
Nebraska: Cozy urban Studio
Adjacent to a stunning historic home, this cozy studio has all the amenities of a hotel (including complimentary coffee!) plus access to a gorgeous garden that has a hammock for late-afternoon lounging and a picnic table that’s perfect for al fresco dining. It’s close enough to downtown Omaha that you can easily explore all of the attractions while being far enough away that you don’t get any city noise.
Nevada: a Las Vegas guest house off the Strip
Take a gamble on this Las Vegas guest house, located just off The Strip. And though there’s plenty to do in Sin City, your own sunny retreat features a private pool, wood burning fireplace, and sauna for all your relaxation needs. And with rates starting at just $82 a night, you won’t need to win big at the casino to be able to afford a piece of paradise.
New Hampshire: A cottage atop Mount Uncanoonuc
The trek up Mount Uncanoonuc may be steep, but once you’re at the cottage at the top, you’re never going to want to leave. Easterly views of nearby Manchester and Boston will take your breath away, and the homey interior comfortably sleeps four. When you’re finally ready to venture south, hiking trails begin at the front door, and a local pond is perfect for a midday dip. If you’re looking for further guidance on what to do, nearly 400 five-star reviews can shed some insight. Rates start at $150 per night.
New Jersey: An affordable studio near NYC
Three words: location, location, location. For anyone who wants to visit New York City without staying right in the middle of all the hustle and bustle, this studio apartment should be at the top of your list. Just a ten-minute bus ride to the center of Times Square, this Airbnb is a mere $45 per night—parking included.
New Mexico: An earthship in Taos
This off-the-grid accommodation in the stunning high desert mesa is seriously otherworldly. A truly unique retreat just outside Taos ties you with nature. The home generates its own electricity, catches rainwater, and passively warms up with the sun. And while you may be still away from civilization, free Wi-Fi will keep you connected with fellow humans. Rates start at just $125 per night, and over 300 positive five-star reviews suggest you should book ASAP. Check out these cool tree houses that look like UFOs (some of which you can stay in!
New York: A Manhattan must-stay
This chic loft has the luxury of an upscale hotel—without the sky-high price. Each night in what proclaims to be the largest Airbnb in New York City (complete with a fireplace and private terrace) will set you back just $215. And if you’re looking for things to do in the Big Apple, check out these 11 hidden gems that most New Yorkers don’t even know about.
North Carolina: A contemporary studio in Asheville
Step into this comfy yet contemporary studio, and you’ll have practically no clue that small dairy goats, vegetable gardens, and country life lie right outside your door. And when you’re ready for Asheville’s lively downtown, restaurants, theaters, and nightlife venue are only a 10-minute drive away. Over 440 perfect Airbnb reviews suggest that the price is right (rates start at $68) for a party of two.
North Dakota: A downtown studio loft
Exposed brick? Check. High ceilings? Check. Industrial chic vibe? Check. This stylish space is even decked out with artwork all created by local area artists (and all available for guests to purchase) along with an Apple TV compatible with your own Netflix account.
Ohio: A creative studio loft in Columbus
If Columbus is calling, we encourage you to make this historic apartment your temporary home. It once belonged to American realist painter George Bellows, and the artistic new owners have maintained its beautiful creative funk. Outside, a vivid purple gate adorns the entryway while inside, vintage pieces are matched with colorful finds. Rates start at $80 with room for two guests.
Oklahoma: An artsy abode in Oklahoma City
An artist’s dream home in the heart of the Paseo Arts District, this creative space is situated just steps from an art community, bursting with restaurants, bars, shops, and galleries. The home is owned by artists, lending for quirky, creative touches through the home. And with nearly 400 five-star reviews, you too can soon feel inspired by booking at a starting rate of $100 per night.
Oregon: An off-the-grid tower in Tiller
Wake up 40 feet above the ground on a plot of 160 acres of land along the Umpqua National Forest, and you may have to pinch yourself. Though completed in 2009, this sky-high home is modeled after the early 20th century U.S. Forest Service fire lookout towers. If you’re looking to book sooner rather than later, you may be out of luck. The home is closed until Mid-April, but booking starts earlier, so be on the lookout for rates as low as $175. And if strange stays are your thing, check out the world’s most unique hotels.
Pennsylvania: An Art Museum area studio
If you want to be close to the museums and cultural hub of Philly, this airy apartment is your best bet. Not only does it boast a fantastic location downtown, but it also used to be a yoga and dance studio so it features gorgeous hardwood floors throughout and floor-to-ceiling mirrored walls.
Rhode Island: A private room in Providence
An oasis at the center of the city, this private room retreat is surrounded by walnut and apple trees—and a little farther, you’ll find some of Providence’s best restaurants. The attic space is reserved for your sleeping quarters, featuring sleeping accommodations for three, and blackout curtains for those who appreciate a later wake-up time. With rates starting at just $75 per night, this secluded city space has received nearly 500 positive reviews, making it a must-visit for any area new-comers. Find out other affordable U.S. cities to add to your bucket list.
South Carolina: A luxury farm tree house in Walhalla
The words elegant and tree house typically don’t go together in the same sentence, but in this scenario, they certainly do. The home was lavishly designed by musician Seth Bolt and is filled with gilded antique furniture, a fireplace, and glamorous chandeliers, all along two decks. If you’re looking to book, openings are slim, but even with prices starting at $395, you’ll want to make this once-in-a-lifetime adventure happen.
South Dakota: Rustic bunkhouse in Hot Springs
You and three guests (and horses, if you have any) can make yourselves at home in one of two rustic cabins situated along the grounds of this working horse ranch. Nearby, you’ll find a variety of remote settings for outdoor exploration and recreation. But be forewarned: With rates starting at $100 per night, available dates for next year are going fast. Thinking of renting your own home out on Airbnb? Find out how much money you can make.
Tennessee: A Smoky Mountain escape in Tallassee
Many claim this home offers unsurpassed views of the Smokies and Chilhowee Lake below, making the starting rate of $99 (with room for ten) equally desirable and affordable. And because there are no busy streets or bright lights around, the setting is ideal for s’mores under the stars followed by a peaceful slumber.
Texas: Outdoor oasis
Luxury + affordability = this breathtaking Austin escape. While the house itself is beautifully decorated, it’s the outdoor oasis that makes it so special. Lounge on the poolside day bed underneath a canvas canopy or take a dip in the heated pool nestled among tropical plants and limestone. With rates starting at $179 a night, it’s no wonder why over 400 visitors have left five-star reviews.
Utah: A historic Salt Lake City cottage
Step back in time with a stay at Beesley Cottage, a historic landmark situated in the heart of Salt Lake City. Built in 1872, the quaint getaway has its original architecture along with modern updates, including a kitchenette. Another plus? It’s within walking distance to most of the capital’s main attractions, like Temple Square and the Salt Palace.
Vermont: A cozy tree cabin in Waterford
Not one, but two ski resorts are located just 30 minutes away from this quaint cabin in the woods. And once you return home from a day on the slopes, a custom cedar hot tub is ready for relaxation (yes, in winter too!). The home itself is smaller than 200 square feet but features very cabin-chic knotty pine walls and ceilings, rustic hickory floors, and sleeping accommodations for up to three guests. Rates for this cozy home start at $155 per night and over 700 reviewers agree that it’s fully worth the money.
Virginia: A yurt in Stanardsville
Located on the Cair Paravel Farmstead in the Blue Ridge Mountains, the circular structure is surrounded by 58 acres of walking trails—some that’ll even lead you to Shenandoah National Park. Measuring 30 feet in diameter, the yurt accommodates six guests at a starting price of $185 per night. And over 700 Airbnb reviewers agree that if you’re visiting Virginia, this is the place to be.
Washington: An underground hygge in Orondo
This small but unique home hugs the Columbia River Gorge mountainside, making for the perfect earthy retreat for two. Its iconic round doorway opens out onto endless hills and orchards that’ll take your breath away every time. Rates start at $250 per night. Check out some more wacky places on Airbnb you can rent right now.
West Virginia: A decked-out school bus
Meet the real magic school bus. You’ll feel like a kid again as you board this cozy conversion which is unique as it is intimate, with ambient lighting, candles aplenty and even a wood stove. And at just $64 a night, it’s a total bargain!
Wisconsin: A waterfront cottage in Sturgeon Bay
If a private beach, room for four, and a fire pit are all that you desire, consider booking this no-frills home in Sturgeon Bay. The surrounding wooded lot offers hiking and biking options with peek-a-boo views of Riley’s Bay and Sand Bay. Rates for this unpretentious home start at $115 per night, but you’re going to want to book fast because dates are already starting to fill up.
Wyoming: A cowboy getaway in Cody
This handcrafted log cabin is perfect for any cowboy at heart. Retro features like a wood cook stove and an outdoor privy give the home added country character. You and three guests can experience these cozy quarters at rates starting at $110 per night. Next, find out the best Airbnb rental under $100 in each of the 50 states.
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