These Are by Far the Most Unique Airbnbs

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ComfyDome Glamping Hill-Side Site

Dome Home
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Jefferson, Maine

Accommodations: 2 guests · 1 bedroom · 1 bed · 1.5 baths

Superhost: Yes

With phenomenal reviews, the ComfyDome takes glamping to another level. Surrounded by 360 degrees of beautiful nature, coming back to this retreat for different seasons is a no-brainer. Fully heated from October to May, this dome will be a welcome change from an apartment or house dwelling. 

Hospitable and thoughtful, the Superhost provides a welcome basket with whoopie pies, muffins, fire starters, eye masks, and more to ensure the comfort of the guests. A telescope is available to rent for a small fee, and dogs are welcome as well.

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A Tiny House: A Simple Getaway In NoMich

Tiny Home in NoMich
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Charlevoix, Michigan

Accommodations: 2 guests · 1 bedroom · 1 bed · 1 bath

Superhost: Yes

Enjoy the breathtaking scenery of Northern Michigan in this tiny cabin tucked away in the woods. Seemingly secluded, this cabin is only two and half miles away from downtown Charlevoix. Take advantage of the hiking trails surrounding the property and come back to nap in the sweet loft bed and cook your meals in the full kitchen or over an open fire.

Chaele, a reviewer from January 2021, said it best, "This tiny cabin was absolutely delightful!! Elizabeth included so many thoughtful touches that made the cabin so inviting and comfortable—breakfast items, s'mores materials and firewood for the fire pit, handwritten notes with tips and tricks throughout the space. We had such an amazing time and were impressed by how warm and cozy the cabin was in the middle of Michigan winter. One of our most memorable weekends away—we would love to go back again!

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Dome Sweet Dome

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Bend, Oregon

Accommodations: 3 guests · 2 bedrooms · 2 beds · 1 bath

Superhost: Yes

This dome home in Bend, Oregon will give you cozy feels but is still somewhat spacious. Unique and charming, this cabin in the woods has all the basic amenities, plus extras like a Keurig machine, an outdoor grill and firepit, and a wrap-around deck. In walking distance to Phil's Trail system, Deschutes River Trail, or a quick bike ride to Old Mill or downtown, you'll find lots of outdoor activities to keep you entertained.

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Vermont Tree Cabin

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Waterford, Vermont

Accommodations: 2 guests · 1 bedroom · 1 bed · 1 bath

Superhost: Yes

Perched atop a hill, this cabin begins with adventure as it takes a hike to get there. Once you complete the 40 steps to get to this sweet cabin, relax in the custom-made cedar hot tub on the beautiful deck. A fire pit, swing, seating area for meals, and grill make the deck a fantastic place to hang out and enjoy the scenery during every season. 

With 994 reviews and counting, we couldn't find a negative review in the bunch! The hosts provide the basics but are also thoughtful in leaving sweet touches like waffle mix and Vermont maple syrup to enjoy. Depending on the season a variety of outdoor activities are available like skiing, snowmobiling, fishing, hiking, and more.

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The Centennial Inn

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Livingston, Montana

Accommodations: 5 guests · 2 bedrooms · 3 beds · 1 bath

Superhost: Yes

Fisherfolk, outdoorsy peeps, and train enthusiasts will love this converted Northern Pacific Railway parlor car. Located on 13.5 acres, this train car also has access to a private beach on the Yellowstone River. Enjoy fly fishing, exploring, or just jump in the hot tub on the deck to view the great outdoors.

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House on the Edge of Time

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Jerome, Arizona

Accommodations: 2 guests · 1 bedroom · 1 bed · 1 bath

Superhost: Yes

Memorable and unique, this earthy home may be the experience for which you are searching. Built in 1977, this earth home has undergone several renovations, however, it may not be accessible for differently-abled folks, and it is not pet or kiddo-friendly. There's a queen-sized bed, an indoor fireplace, and a hot tub to keep you cozy and warm on chilly Arizona nights.

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Area 55 Futuro House

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Joshua Tree, California

Accommodations: 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath

Superhost: Yes

Quite possibly the most unique abode on our list, Futuro House is an experience like none other. Although there isn't a kitchen indoors, there is an outdoor kitchenette and grill. It is a solar-powered glamping experience, so don't expect all the amenities of home. However, the space can be heated or cooled and there is an outdoor shower with hot water.

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The Joshua Tree Hangout

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Joshua Tree, California

Accommodations: 3 guests · 1 bedroom · 1 bed · 1 bath

Superhost: Yes

Reviewers love the outdoor shower at the Desert Igloo close to Joshua Tree National Park. Quite literally off the beaten path, this cozy home has a detached area with a full outdoor kitchen, fire pit, shower, and composting toilet. A step above glamping, there is electricity and hot water, however, wifi can be a bit dodgy.

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The Private Islands of Old House Cay

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Hilton Head Island, South Carolina

Accommodations: 6 guests · 3 bedrooms · 4 beds · 2.5 baths

Superhost: Yes

Three private islands that are accessible only by boat, Old House Cay is a dream. The beautifully renovated off-grid home is spacious enough for six adults with four beds and two and a half bathrooms. When you're done exploring the islands, kayaking, fishing, or viewing the incredible sunsets and wildlife, take an outdoor shower, and then relax with a cocktail (or mocktail) by the firepit or in a hammock by the water.

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Silo in Tennessee

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Mt. Juliet, Tennessee

Accommodations: 2 guests · 1 bedroom · 1 bed · 1 bath

Superhost: Yes

Located on seven private acres, this converted grain bin is an awesome getaway for a couple or silo, ahem, solo trip. The host is hospitable, the home is super clean, and the thoughtful and personal touches throughout the silo are unmatched.

From the corn floor (covered in epoxy) to the dome skylight, this space is comfy and peaceful, but still within 25 minutes of downtown Nashville.

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Bluebird Mesa Earth Home

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Hot Springs, South Dakota

Accommodations: 8 guests · 3 bedrooms · 8 beds · 1.5 baths

Superhost: Yes

Bermed into the side of a hill, The Bluebird Mesa is a hidden gem that will sleep eight comfortably. With gorgeous views of the Seven Sisters mountain range, the home is located close to Cascade Falls, Fall River Freedom Trail, and Moccasin Springs Natural Mineral Spa.

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Ark

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Springfield, Tennessee

Accommodations: 4 guests · 1 bedroom · 1 bed · 1 bath

Superhost: Yes

Although pets are ironically not allowed on this ark, you can view wildlife from the comfort of the two-person hot tub on the deck of this home in Springfield, just 35 minutes from downtown Nashville. With a fishing pond, labyrinth, and hiking trails on 50 acres, nothing beats the tranquility of the land and the comfort of this unique home.

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Driftwood Studio

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Phippsburg, Maine

Accommodations: 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath

Superhost: Yes

Leave the sound machine at home and fall asleep listening to actual waves crash on the shore in this darling cottage on the beach. Newly renovated and efficient, this tiny home is perfect for a couple's getaway. Watch the sunrise and take an evening stroll on the beach just steps outside the doors of this cottage in Maine.