Here’s our big list of the best Airbnb in every state. We spent– well, we’d rather not admit how many hours we spend combing Airbnb for the coolest listings. This isn’t one of those lists that feature quirky for the sake of quirky. Every listing here is someplace we’d really love to stay, and it’s awesome inside and out. We found something cool in every state across the US, from treehouses to ghost towns, and everything in between.
Why we love it: This century old cottage has seen a lot of uses over the years, including as a post office, jail and doctor’s office. It’s also beautifully renovated and bursting with Southern charm!
Why we love it: This cute and cozy bus had a former life as a Denali National Park tour bus! It’s completely renovated, with a rustic vintage vibe.
Why we love it: You get to stay the night on a working Native American ranch, and soak up some culture along with your glamping.
Why we love it: Nestled into a mountain, this cool living cave has all the comforts of home.
Why we love it: Perched above Malibu with sweeping ocean views and renovated with a glass front, this isn’t your average Airstream trailer.
Why we love it: This historic lodge in a Colorado ghost town has spot-on vintage chic decor–and you’ll be above the owner’s cocktail bitters workshop.
Why we love it: This Victorian home has been updated with a minimalist aesthetic, but maintained its weathered character.
Why we love it: There’s plenty of colorful vintage appeal in this 1930s mansion, and it’s a fantastic price for an 8 bedroom home.
Why we love it: “Treehouse” is usually enough for us, but this one is on a farm! With goats!
Why we love it: Another treehouse! (I’m not really sure how this little cluster happened). Georgia’s has three rooms connected by rope bridges, and fulfills just about all of our childhood fantasies.
Why we love it: A bright, modern treehouse with tropical touches, it’s close to Volcano National Park, and has everything we want in a Hawaii experience (ok, minus the cocktails).
Why we love it: This cozy yurt is the perfect rustic getaway, set in a birch grove in rural Idaho.
Why we love it: Gorgeous and light-filled, those tall windows are actually 94 doors that can be opened in the summer to let the breezes waft through.
Why we love it: This cute cottage is completely hobbit-worthy!
Why we love it: This vintage caboose is renovated with hipster sensibilities (including barware!), and set on a horse farm.
Why we love it: This sweet country getaway is set among orchards and a working family farm, as well as a small market with local, organic food.
Why we love it: This historic log cabin is in the middle of thoroughbred horse country, and full of rustic charm inside.
Why we love it: Oozing with spooky New Orleans charm, this place was even a filming location for American Horror Story.
Why we love it: The exposed timber, ample woodwork and stone give this “castle” a fun Lord of the Rings vibe.
Why we love it: These luxe, airy yurts have full bathrooms and are anything but rustic.
Why we love it: It’s firmly in fairytale territory–and check out that canopy bed inside!
Why we love it: This mushroom house is utterly charming, and located in Michigan’s gorgeous Upper Peninsula.
Why we love it: This Minnesota barn has been renovated with all the comforts of home, and loads of rustic woodwork.
Why we love it: Rent a whole Southern mansion, immaculately decorated by a Los Angeles interior designer (who’s also the owner)? We’re in!
Why we love it: How many chances do you get to stay in a historic jail? This one is immaculately updated–and you’ll actually be sleeping in the beautiful sheriff’s quarters.
Why we love it: Stay on a working Montana farm in this cute antique sheepherder’s wagon. It’s rustic but cozy, and there’s an outdoor shower!
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Why we love it: A cute tiny house on goat farm? Sold.
Why we love it: This Las Vegas apartment has girly kitsch in spades (and channels a bit of Dolores Umbridge). You HAVE TO see the bathroom!
Why we love it: This Airstream camper is cheerful vintage perfection, and minutes from the beach at Great Bay.
Why we love it: Vaulted ceilings, gorgeous wood floors, and a clawfoot tub give this large studio apartment a rustic urban vibe.
Why we love it: Eclectic decor and an eco-friendly philosophy make this charming dome house is just outside of Taos pure perfection.
Why we love it: This light filled geo dome offers the best of both worlds: luxury glamping on a farm (with rabbits!), plus hiking and swimming nearby.
Why we love it: A crazy eclectic, sprawling cabin that oozes creativity, and it’s right on the river.
Why we love it: This cute Fargo home has an eclectic vintage vibe (and pickings are really slim in North Dakota).
Why we love it: This vintage filled apartment is in an old firehouse (yes, the poles are still there!), AND there’s a coffee shop in the neighboring bay.
Why we love it: You’ll be staying in a real historic one room schoolhouse (updated with some creature comforts). It’s a rural area, and you may hear coyotes howling at night!
Why we love it: This light filled lookout tower has panoramic views of Oregon’s Cascade mountains, and it’s exactly where we want to cozy up for a weekend.
Why we love it: This Philadelphia loft’s grand architectural details, left over from an old mansion library, make for a fun mix of high and low.
Why we love it: The interior of this sunshine yellow Victorian is just as cheerful, with plenty of vintage touches.
Why we love it: This cute, colorful houseboat is right off of downtown Charleston, and you’ll fall asleep to gentle waves.
Why we love it: This cute, modern cabin in the middle of the South Dakota corn fields has huge windows and peaceful, sweeping views.
Why we love it: This airy, bohemian Nashville home really is a wonderland; you’ll feel like you’ve stepped into your favorite design blogger’s house.
Why we love it: This 100 year-old miner’s casita is one of a kind, AND you’ll snag great views of the Texas badlands.
Why we love it: Experience the unique architecture of an authentic Navajo hogan. It’s rustic, but a completely unique experience, and you’ll get incredibly clear views of the stars at night.
Why we love it: This renovated church retains so much of its original charm, with bright, modern updates.
Why we love it: SO MUCH natural light! It was built as a daylight photo studio, and the interior is a perfect mix and traditional and minimalist.
Why we love it: This 1927 tugboat is close to downtown Seattle, adorable, and updated with modern conveniences.
Why we love it: This West Virginia barn loft is perfectly appointed, and movie-set level romantic!
Why we love it: You won’t get many chances to stay in a Frank Lloyd Wright home! This is one of the few listed on Airbnb, and beautifully preserved.
Why we love it: Gorgeous, Japanese minimalist design, and an authentic soaking bath, as well as cedar sauna, nestled in Wyoming’s Big Horn Basin.
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