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Five Of The Most INSANE Airbnbs You Can Book Right Now

By Éadaoin Fitzmaurice

July 24, 2019 at 9:13am


That summer holiday buzz is creeping up and you better get planning.

In the heights of procrastination, I tend to scroll through Airbnb to look at the various houses, huts, pods and other insane venues where you can stay in the world.

These spots take going abroad to a whole new level, some don't even look real.

Here are some of the most INSANE places you can stay right now:

1. Seashell House -  Mexico

You will have a private pool, two king beds , kitchenette and BBQ and entire property and both shells.

The neighbourhood is beautifully peaceful and quiet so it's the ideal place to chill.

You'll literally feel like the Little Mermaid.

To learn more, click here. 


2. Secluded Treehouse - Atlanta

Say hello to Airbnb's #1 "Most Wished-For Listing".

Centrally located in Atlanta, this treehouses is a hidden gem.

It's been described as the most relaxing, romantic, dreamy and unique place you'll ever stay.

The treehouse consists of 3 separate areas - Mind, Body and Spirit - each connected by rope-bridges. 

To learn more, click here.

3. Villa - Bali

This villa is located in one of the quieter areas of Bali.

It's is surrounded by nature with stunning ocean views, has 2 large bedrooms both with en-suite bathrooms and the master en-suite includes a bathtub.

An open concept living area including kitchen and third fully equipped bathroom, leads out to an open air dining area and terrace.

An infinity pool completes the outdoor space where you can relax whilst enjoying the full view toward Singaraja the sea and beyond.

To learn more, click here. 

4. Stone Huts - Italy

Spend an unforgettable holiday in this enchanting stone hut in Italy.

Trullo Edera offers a break away like no other. It's ideal for nature nuts and culture vultures.


To learn more, click here.


5. Cave House - Santorini

Hector Cave House was carved into the unique caldera cliff for more than 250 years ago and was originally used as a wine cellar.

It is now a very popular spot for tourists for its iconic greek style and unique character.

So stunning.

To learn more, click here. 


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