Our Favorite Airbnb’s

Whether it’s in the Northeast, or our travels West - we’ve had our fair share of camping. But sometimes when the whether has too much of a bite or we are looking for something new, we log on to Airbnb and check out what’s available. And there is oh-so-much to love. After 4 years of being loyal to the app, here are our top 5 places*:

Bent Apple Farm

Bent Apple Farm

Londonderry, Vermont

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She's a beauty. And while we have only stayed in the X, you’ve got to see what else Ben has on the farm. It’s rustic chic with a backdrop that takes you right into Baby Boom.

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Crazy Mountain Container Casa

Wilsall, Montana

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There’s something pretty magical about big sky country, but how about staying in a shipping container on a farm? We stayed at X on our way to Glacier National Park and we were blown away by the modern style. The view isn’t so bad either. Especially when you shower next to a cow.

Duncans Cove

Duncan’s Cove Seaview Apartment

Duncan’s Cove, Nova Scotia

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Just outside of Halifax is a little area called Duncans Cove. Talk about a charming sea town. We had the bottom floor of a modern home, and it had sunset views for days

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Joshua Tree Acres

Joshua Tree, CA

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Palm Springs Desert. Refurbished air stream. Need we say more? This place had all the hi-desert charm and more, and it’s even better a year later.

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Covered Bridge Apartment

Jay, Adirondacks

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We stayed here during a quick Fall getaway, and what a beautiful place. Right across from a covered bridge, it was an extremely charming way to experience the ADK.

*All photos owned by Airbnb hosts