The most unusual apartments on Airbnb

Aytan Akhundova 04 February 2021 270 views 5 min. read

So, there is absolutely no debate about whether most of us count the days until summer or not. Even though it recently ended. And even despite the current situation, everything seems easier and more pleasant for children. There is only one small problem - as soon as summer comes, everyone starts to panic, how can they make the most of it - things to see, places to visit, beaches to lie on, so much to do, so little time.

How to find the apartments you like on Airbnb?


So, if you're planning your vacation (it's important to stay positive), be sure to check out these amazing Airbnb apartments around the world, maybe one of them will be your next vacation destination?

Along with the usual guest rooms, sun-soaked villas and urban Airbnb apartments, Airbnb also offers more unusual apartments and spaces. Relive your childhood fantasies on your next trip by taking advantage of one of these unusual programs through Airbnb apartment reservations - from a pirate treehouse in New Zealand to a hobbit hut in California.

Let's get started! unusual apartments on Airbnb!

Secluded Treehouse, Atlanta, Georgia, USA

secluded treehouse

This treehouse in Atlanta, Georgia has three separate rooms connected by rope bridges - don't look down! and every room is furnished with antiques and natural artifacts. Charming fairy lights complete the charming decor. The bed in the second bedroom can be taken out to a platform with a view of the creek below. Here you can fall asleep to the steady sounds of water and then wake up to the sound of birds singing every morning in the treetops.

Cargo container, Palma de Mallorca, Spain


For those who always go on the next adventure, now you can actually Airbnb experiences what it's like to live in a house built from container modules. Just minutes from the historic center of Palma, this innovative piece of modern architecture is big enough for all your precious cargo. The house has a private terrace with a small pool and barbecue.

The Hobbit Hut, Geyserville, California, USA

hobbit hut

Hobbit Hut is one of the best places to visit in California. This mud hut with a mud roof was built by the sculptor Miguel Elliot of the company "Living Earth Structures". The grass and greenery from the roof of this one-of-a-kind building is often used to make wheat juice. The charming hut has stained glass windows, a stove, an earthen floor and many distinctive features. This creates truly eclectic Airbnb experiences. On the territory of the hut, you can share the property with emus, alpacas and lynx, as there is also a reserve for exotic animals.

Lighthouse Keeper's Cottage, Isle of Mull, Scotland

isle of mull

Have you ever wondered what the life of a lighthouse keeper will be like? Book a stay at this former lighthouse keeper's home at Rubha nan Gall Lighthouse in Tobermory on the Isle of Mull. Built-in 1857, the cottage has been completely renovated and now offers a comfortable home where up to six guests can enjoy the scenic coastal surroundings of the lighthouse and the wildlife. To add to the tranquillity of your holiday, the cottage has no access to the road; it can only be reached by a footpath from Tobermory (a 25-minute walk).

Pirate Ship Village House, Waimauku, New Zealand

pirate ship village house

A pirate ship in the trees isn't something you see every day, and it's something you can really stay in. Found at Tanglewood Retreat in Waimauku, a small community in Auckland, New Zealand, the treehouse is surrounded by nature and the sounds of native birds. Inside, it boasts a double bed in the cabin and a small entertainment area at the rear of the ship.

Private yacht in Cinque Terre, Italy

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The Rondine II is a 60-foot (18-meter) classic yacht built in 1948 and restored in 2012. Docked at Le Grazie in Porto Venere, Rondine II circumnavigates the Italian Cinque Terre, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Rich in history and character, this stunning sailing yacht will take you on a ride you'll never forget.

Hotel room in the crypt-built in a real crypt! Lewiston, Maine, USA


Father Thomas Wallace loved this site on the grounds of the former St. Patrick's Church in Lewiston, Maine, so much that he, or rather his remains, have remained here for more than 100 years. Not the most pleasant place to book an apartment on Airbnb USA, but certainly one of the most unusual and nerve-racking.

Airbnb experiences of being on a spaceship on Mars, Wadi Rum, Jordan

wadi rum

So, technically, you'll be in the village of Wadi Rum in Jordan, not on the fourth planet of our solar system, but you might feel like you've been transported as you live in this colony of "bubble rooms" and enjoy the desert view, starry nights, and red rocks.

The Seashell House, Cancun, Mexico

seashell house

The Seashell House is one of the best unusual apartments on Airbnb. Villa in a quiet location by the ocean, on the island of Isla Mujeres, which is located just 5 km from the large tourist city of Cancun. It consists of two snow-white houses in the form of seashells. With all the extravagance of the building, each house has everything for a comfortable stay, including air conditioning and wi-fi. In this whimsical creation of the architect Eduardo Ocampo, there are almost no right angles, all the lines smoothly flow into one another. Not only do the buildings look like a shell, but the interiors also repeat the shell theme many times. The island of Isla Mujeres is only 7 km long and 650 meters wide. And although it can not be said that the house stands in a completely deserted place, still some privacy is guaranteed to the guests of the hotel. However, you will have to make friends for a while with the permanent inhabitants of the house-shells-geckos.

"Bed in a Cave", Shaanxi, China

bed in a cave

In China's Shaanxi Province, you can spend the night in this 300-year-old, man-made cave. There are three beds, one for each bedroom of the cave. There is also a beautiful connecting courtyard, which supposedly provides a welcome contrast to all the caves, so to speak.

Home Off the Grid, Southern California, USA

home off the grid

Home Off the Grid is one of the best places to visit in California. Located in a Southern California desert town founded in part by cowboys, Roy Rogers and Gene Autry, this "lovely, minimalist" greenhouse, considered an "off-grid itHouse" and located about 30 minutes from Joshua Tree National Park, is "100 per cent off-grid, powered by solar panels for power and hot water."

Garbage house, Florianopolis, Santa Catarina, Brazil

garbage house

The house "Cabana Floripa" on the hilltop of the island of Florianopolis was created by the Uruguayan artist Jaime, who used various garbage collected in the area for its construction: old wood, bottles, ceramic tiles, fragments of mirrors. As a result, the housing turned out to be light and airy. Transparent bottles in the sun create the illusion of open space. "Cabana Floripa" is located on the northern coast of the island, close to the beaches where you can surf. The house has a double bed and a single bed, an extra bed in the attic, air conditioning, TV, Internet, a comfortable kitchen and a bathroom.

Over the prairies, tiller, Oregon, USA


Rebuilt from an early 1900s fire watchtower, the house sits 12 meters above the ground, on 160-acre private land, near Umpqua National Forest. The house has beds, a table, a wood-burning fireplace, a hammock and a terrace with a wonderful view of the field and forest. Panoramic, Instagrammable windows around the perimeter are very conducive to a measured and contemplative rest: have breakfast with a view of the hills in a blue haze, spend the day in a hammock, and in the evening sit with a book by the fire. You just need to stock up on food and fuel, as the nearest store is more than an hour away by car from this Instagrammable place. View the home page on Airbnb.

And last but not least. Harry Potter House, Lavenham, England


De Vere House in Lavenham, England, was originally built in the 14th century and was owned by the de Vere, Earls of Oxford, originally from Charlemagne. Its old-fashioned charm made it the perfect real-life incarnation of Godric's Hollow, and you can see it in various movie footage from the 2010 film Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1, as well as in video games and on Christmas cards.

For $142 per night, you can book a four-poster bedroom with a private bathroom, enjoy a private living room with a fireplace in the courtyard, get some fresh air in the courtyard garden, and feast on a full English breakfast in the main dining room.