What are some of the most popular Air BnBs

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What are some of the most popular Air BnBs

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In our day when everyone is looking for a way to get away and experience some reprieve from the pandemic’s lockdown, many are looking to Air BNBs as the best solution. This is because Air BnBs don’t have the crowds and busy staff buzzing around hotels and motels, which means you can still enjoy some “isolation” in your getaway experience. If you’re one of those Air BnB-ers looking to make your Air BnB experience truly momentous and one never-to-be-forgotten, then be sure to take a look at this list of some of the most popular Air BnBs.

The list below is derived from a Reader’s Digest article that lists the most popular Air BnB in each state. I’ve decided to include some of, what I think, are the most interesting and notable ones. For the full list, be sure to check out the Readers Digest article.

My top 3 from the Readers Digest article

#1 The Idaho Urban Yurt

If you’ve ever heard of “glamping” then you have a pretty good idea of what this yurt is. It’s a huge circular yurt with a wood floor, fireplace, couch, desk, massive rug, electricity, and more. This is a fantastic vacation solution, even during the cold Idaho winter months.

#2 The Silo Cottage in Massachusetts

Looking as if it belongs in an illustrated page from the Hobbit, this cute, cylindrical wooden cottage is perfect for a short storybook vacation. It’s referred to as the Berkshires escape and coasts about $225 (at the writing of this article).

#3 A five-star tree house in Montana

There are multiple tree house Air BnBs in the country, but this once in Montana certainly takes the cake! It has an exterior spiral staircase, is multiple levels, and it truly a master suite in a tree.

Conclusion

These are my top three, but don’t miss the other 47 listed in the great Readers Digest article!