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The most obscure Airbnbs you need to see to believe

Dalia Yegavian | posted Wednesday, Jul 24th, 2019

Summer is the time for traveling and experiencing some of the world’s most epic offers. If you’re looking for an odd stay, check out these crazy Airbnbs!

The World Famous ‘Seashell House’

Isla Mujeres, Mexico

This seaside home features 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a private pool, and ample parking for golf carts and scooters. From showerheads to sink spouts to mirror frames, everything in this house in shell-themed.

A Magically Secluded Treehouse

Atlanta, Georgia, United States

Live a pixie fairytale in this 1-bed 1-bath treehouse hideaway. This hidden gem features twinkly lights and a private bridge for extra seclusion. The “Secluded Intown Treehouse” has been named Airbnb’s #1 “most wished for” listing worldwide for 2016 and 2017. Perfect for an intimate, simple and restful retreat for 2!

The Hobbit Hole

Orondo, Washington, United States

Nestled right into the mountainside of the Columbia River Gorge, this humble abode resembles the home of Bilbo Baggins from Lord of the Rings. The “Underground Hygge” includes a circular wooden door, stone fireplace, and a breathtaking view.

The Mushroom House

Mayne Island, British Columbia, Canada

This unique Canadian cottage is hand sculpted of natural and local materials. Accessible by ferry, the “Unique Cob Cottage” is located on a beautiful property with gardens, orchards, and sheep.

The Igloo Apartment

Pelkosenniemi, Finland

For just $161CAD a night, you can stay in an igloo! Catch the northern lights and explore the winter wilderness in this frosty dwelling.

 

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