Fancy a get away? We’ve compiled a combination of the craziest Air Bnb’s listed all around the world
You’ll definitely be feeling those wanderlust vibes after reading this…
The Sugarloaf Point Lighthouse, Seal Rocks, NSW, Australia
This beautifully restored, heritage listed lighthouse offers a prime spot from which to gave upon the unspoiled beauty and grand vistas of this remote area of Australia. Right on the waterfront, this listing houses breathtaking views from every angle.
$235/night (from Distractify)
Malibu Dream Airstream, Malibu, CA
The Airbnb listing says, "There really is no other airstream like this one" and that's not just because Taylor Swift and Karlie Kloss shot their Vogue cover there. It's been renovated into a one-room interior with glass walls and stunning views of the California coast. It's a bit of a rough drive up the hill, but once you're there, you're on your own. And if you think the daytime views are stunning, just wait until night falls and the stars come out.
$400/night (from Refinery29)
Dog House, Idaho
You want quirky, you got quirky. This bizzaro, beagle-shaped inn in Cottonwood, Idaho, is worth visiting for the LOLs alone. There are lots of outdoor activities such as horseback riding, jet-boat tours, etc. Naturally, dogs are welcome to stay, too.
$98/night (from Refinery29)
Bubble Under The Stars, Limousin, France
Why stay in a hotel when you can stay in a transparent, tent-like bubble under the stars, in a real bed? Surrounded by fields and forests, and with unobstructed views of the sky, this out-of-the-norm retreat promises peace and quiet, but don't go walking around nude, who knows who could be watching.
$176/night (from Refinery29)
Headfort House, 60 bed school, England
Got a big family? This house is suitable for a very, very large group, 60 beds in fact. Perfect for a summer school with catering & teaching facilities for up to 60 pupils. Extensive sporting facilities, theatre & woodlands. Ballroom with seating for up to 120 suitable for lectures or workshops. Hey, it might come in handy, right?
$1806/night (from Airbnb)
Ski Lift, Courchevel, Rhône-Alpes, France
You think we’re kidding? Nope you can literally sleep in a room on a cable lift. Those with a fear of heights, I would recommend staying away from this one. Unfortunately for those dare devils, to get this b&b you need to enter a competition, boo!
Iglu Village, Kühtai, Tirol, Austria
Love the cold? well pack a sleeping bag and a few blankets if you plan on coming to Tirol in the winter. The Iglu Village is lovingly crafted each year and located at 6,500 feet above sea level amidst the breathtaking mountains of the Kühtai ski resort.
from $181/night (from Distractify)
Seashell House, Isla Mujeres, Mexico
Because we all want to live in a shell right? Seashell House is a whitewashed, curvilinear villa in Isla Mujeres, Mexico. Take the round staircase up to the master bedroom, which boasts stunning views of the Caribbean sea.
$299/night (from from Distractify)
Nakagin Capsule Tower, Tokyo, Japan
While these apartments may be a bit bare of creature comforts, they offer incredibly affordable and interesting accommodation in a city that usually costs an arm and a leg. Plus, who doesn't want the excuse to sleep in a washing machine perched above the hectic streets of Tokyo?
from $213/night (from Distractify)