Stop what you’re doing because we’ve got THE most Wish Listed Airbnb Rentals to help jump-start your vacation dreams for 2022! Airbnb has shared the news that wanderlust is trending again, and finding the perfect dream escape is on everyone’s mind. In fact, we just shared the most unique Airbnbs worldwide that we think are worth traveling to this year!
However, if you’ve got your sights set on something closer to home, look no further than this list that features the most loved Airbnb rental in every state. (including DC!) Whether it’s a fairytale castle, a cozy treehouse in the woods, a comforting cabin, or even a giant potato, you’ll find the perfect Airbnb stay below! Go ahead and save these rentals to your own wish-list, and when it’s safe to travel again, get your adventure going!
Storybook Castle BnB | starting at $96/night
Starting the list off with a fairytale castle that is a registered Historic Home in Alabama. Not only can you live out all your Princess dreams by exploring the grounds of not one, but TWO castles on site, you’ll also love to know that the renters donate a portion of guest payments to help families displaced by natural disasters.
The Cozy Alaskan Log Cabin | starting at $85/night
Navajo Hogan Experience by the River | starting at $150/night
This one room earth home is called a Hogan and it provides an off-the-grid living experience with the Western Navajo Nation. The renter describes is as this: Many ceremonies have taken place and many blessings/songs have been performed here to maintain balance and harmony with Mother Earth.
87 Getaway Treehouse Escape | starting at $175/night
The Pirates of the Caribbean Getaway | starting at $202/night
Grab your swashbuckling gear and come enjoy this property’s waterfalls, ponds and tropical themed environment. It’s the perfect immersive experience for those that dream of the Pirate’s Life.
Rocky Mountain Treehouse | starting at $324/night
This hand built treehouse sits on a 2 acre cattle farm and gives its tenants the access to a wood burning stove, rock shower and balcony hot tub. Renters describe it as a magical + peaceful getaway!
Geodesic Dome in the Woods | starting at $49/night
First Tiny Home in the First State | starting at $125/night
Treehouse at Danville | starting at $180/night
As one of the most unique treehouses in the United States, this rental includes fun details designed with local materials like a circa 1926 classic fire tower stairway from a local fire tower and a spectacular hot tub created from a DC 10 jet engine cowling.
Secluded Intown Treehouse | starting at $389/night
According to their rental page, this treehouse is Airbnb’s “#1 most wish-listed property in the world! That’s some lofty praise indeed! We can see why with its Southern charm, natural setting, and three rooms that are inspired by Body, Mind and Spirit. Get a detailed description of each space at the link above!
Kona’s 1st Luxury Ocean-View Treehouse | starting at $398/night
Kukui Treehouse is located on the Big Island of Hawaii and features 3 acres of lush, tropical grounds and a breathtaking ocean view. Builders gave great detail to comfort and luxury, so this is a perfect stay for Honeymooners!
Big Idaho Potato Hotel | starting at $165/night
Would you believe us if we said this adorable boho setting is inside of a giant Idaho potato?? YES- a 6-ton potato has been turned into a dreamy farm-stay on 400 acres. You’ll get your own pet cow for your stay and a cozy silo bathroom and shower!
Ryan’s Place Cabin | starting at $85/night
Ryan’s place is a restored cabin from 1865 and features country views on a 100+ year old working farm. Bring on the tranquil vibes!
Eagles Nest Treehouse | starting at $153/night
Head to this fairytale treehouse in the Kentucky mountains where stargazing and hiking await! This treehouse is one of the owner’s original builds and receives high reviews due to its unique build and amenities such as a swing underneath, a separate bedroom called “the nest” which is 16ft off the ground, and a handmade stone fireplace with ambient lighting.
Historic Engine 24 New Orleans Firehouse | starting at $944/night
The Canopy Treehouse | starting at $395/night
Canopy Treehouse is a tiny home in the trees with all the comforts of home. Enjoy peaceful mornings, singing birds, and kayaking across Littlefield Pond. The owners have taken extra care to implement eco-friendly elements and materials!
Cove Point Lighthouse Keeper’s House | starting at $401/night
The Pondhouse | starting at $310/night
Get the feeling of sleeping outdoors in this rustic, screened house in the country. Drift off to sleep feeling a light breeze, gazing up at the stars and hearing all the sounds of Nature around you.
Fernside A-frame | starting at $236/night
Stay in a classic and charming A-frame cabin in the trees. This rental rests on the banks of the Sturgeon River and allows you to hear the serene sounds of rushing water while enjoying the surrounding wildlife.
NE MPLS Magic Studio @ the Wolf House | starting at $214/night
Eco-Beach House in the Trees | starting at $124/night
Forest Garden Yurts | starting at $150/night
This may just be the coolest glamping yurt we’ve ever seen! It was originally built as a home and pottery studio, but now, this rental on 4 acres in the Ozarks, offers guests a forested getaway in the round.
Meadowlark Treehouse at Montana Treehouse Retreat | starting at $399/night
This two story treehouse is only 30 minutes away from Glacier National Park! Two living trees grow through the treehouse interior and two more living trees are through the treehouse decks! Come enjoy waterfalls, skiing, and woodland bliss!
Lazy Oaks Glamping | starting at $71/night
The Peacock Tiny House | starting at $110/night
This tiny house is located an hour outside of Las Vegas on a dude ranch that offers horseback riding, cattle drives and rodeo events. As the owner says: Come enjoy the tranquility of the Mojave Desert and gaze at the sea of stars!
Tree House at the Shire | starting at $113/night
Cavalier Farm Stay | starting at $1,300/night
Casita Don Gaspar | starting at $100/night
Willow Treehouse | starting at $360/night
Stay in an ultra modern treehouse that was also featured in our round up of the Best Airbnb Rentals Meant for Experiencing Autumn. The Willow Treehouse is settled among the trees, overlooking a small, swimmable pond, on a wooded property 15min away from the town of Woodstock. It is cozy, yet has all you need to cook dinner, enjoy reading, chilling, or swimming.
Luxurious Secluded Romantic Treehouse with Hot Tub | starting at $307/night
This cozy rental was also featured in our Favorite Magical Treehouse Airbnb Roundup! An adorable swinging bridge welcomes you to a quiet home in the trees. Listen to the birds while having your morning coffee on the deck or relax in the hot tub below!
Lamppost 15 | starting at $82/night
Treehouse Village – The Box | starting at $182/night
Stay at this cool shipping container in the woods! There is a bedroom with a queen-sized bed and an air mattress to add space for two more guests. At the end of the living area, you’ll find yourself surrounded by huge windows looking high into the treetops!
Scenic Mountain Lodge on Sardis Lake | starting at $229/night
Majestree @ Out ‘n’ About Treehouse Treesort | starting at $194/night
A treehouse that sleeps 6-7 people sounds like a good time! Sitting an amazing 47 feet off of the ground, this rental is accessed by stairs and suspension bridges only. Enjoy a peaceful experience while also having access to the Main Lodge and Illinois River fed outdoor pool.
Secret Getaway in a Woodland Setting | starting at $249/night
Those loving the Cottagecore vibe will adore this storybook chalet in the woods! With a flagstone path and leaded glass windows, it’s waiting for a charming, fairytale adventure!
Farm on the Coast | starting at $50/night
A Pirate’s Life For Me Houseboat | starting at $180/night
Cabin at Green Mountain | starting at $179/night
Head to a tiny mountain town in the picturesque valley of Boxelder Creek midway and stay in this beautifully restored 1910’s building. There are plenty of beds, games and amenities for a group getaway near the Black Hills.
Dreamy Tiny House Cottage | starting at $99/night
The Extraordinary Treehouse | starting at $273/night
An exquisite, handcrafted home, blending Bauhaus contemporary with warm rustic elegance! Find peace alongside a babbling brook in a Japanese maple forest near Dallas.
Dreamy Treehouse Above Park City | starting at $196/night
Head to this unique treehouse that is built around a 200 year-old fir tree at an altitude of 8,000 feet! Stunning architecture, large glass windows and deck space offer breathtaking views of the Uintas.
Tanglebloom Cabin | starting at $91/night
Experience an unforgettable + unique stay in a handmade open-air sleeping cabin. Tucked into a forested grove on the owner’s flower farm, you’ll be comfortably immersed in nature and free to relax in peace!
Dream Rock Silo | starting at $195/night
Those that look for unique rentals will love staying at the top of a silo! Nestled on a 1950’s dairy farm, you’ll get a 360 degree view of the surrounding mountains and valley.
Underground Hygge | starting at $292/night
Have you ever dreamed of staying in your own hobbit hole? Well this is your chance to enjoy all the charm of iconic round doors, adorable breakfast nooks, enchanting views and over 6 acres of grounds to explore!
Modern 1 BR on Historic Logan Circle | starting at $89/night
Custom Built Tiny House on 23 Acres of Forest | starting at $235/night
Off-Grid Inn – Unit 1 | starting at $231/night
This tiny cabin is designed to immerse you in the forest of Wisconsin without sacrificing the comforts of home. Escape on a woodland adventure to a place renters call “magical” and “dreamy”.
Heart Mountain Japanese Cabin | starting at $150/night
Featured in our Best Winter Airbnb Rentals for a Cozy Getaway, this charming home sits on a 400 acre Certified Organic Farm. Enjoy peaceful walks in nature and unobstructed views of the surrounding landscape and mountains of the Big Horn Basin.
There you have it wanderlust dreamers! The most wish listed Airbnb rentals in every single state. Did you find one close to home? If you’ve already started planning, we’re right there with you!
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