13 Crazy Airbnbs You Can Rent In Canada That Look Too Cool To Be True
We are nearing summer's end so it's the perfect time to ring in fall at a chalet with your friends. If you want to ditch the ordinary and rent something crazy, now is your chance. These insanely unique Airbnbs in Canada provide a one-of-a-kind getaway that you won't find anywhere else.
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Price: $295+ per night
Why You Should Go: This immaculate escape offers a three-tiered terrace, a large outdoor spa, and stunning views of St. Laurence River and the bay. It's fully equipped with high-end appliances, a flat-screen TV and an indoor fireplace.
Price: $78+ per night
Why You Should Go: This handcrafted Mongolian yurt is set on a south-facing deck with lake and mountain views. It's situated on 21 private acres on Cowley Lake and offers countless Yukon adventures, including gazing at the Northern Lights.
Luxury Party PenthouseAirbnb
Price: $579+ per night
Why You Should Go: Parties are always welcome at this sick suite with an outdoor rooftop hot tub, multiple private patios and three gas fireplaces. You and your crew can always keep the night alive, as you'll be just steps away from exciting nightlife.
Price: $5,400+ per night
Why You Should Go: This three-acre, nine-bedroom estate provides striking ocean views, an indoor gym, a pool, a dock, two guesthouses, a wine cellar, a hot tub, an indoor steam room, a billiards room and a 130-inch wharf. Need we say more?
Price: $175 per night
Neighborhood: Bayfield Inlet
Why You Should Go: This gnome-like chalet nestled in the forest is the perfect getaway for two. You'll be surrounded by nature at every angle with a woodland on the tip of an island. The private deck and swimming dock offer access to the Archipelago of Georgian Bay. Enjoy a campfire outside or stargaze from the skylight indoors.
Price: $449 per night
Neighborhood: Columbia-Shuswap A
Why You Should Go: The architecturally modern cabin is designed with innovative taste. Located on the Blaeberry River, the space has vaulted ceilings, 180 degrees of forest, mountain and river views, a fully equipped kitchen and an outdoor gas BBQ. There are tons of hiking trails nearby, as well as canoeing and rafting opportunities.
Price: $160 per night
Neighborhood: Mayne Island
Why You Should Go: The cozy, one-of-a-kind earth house was hand-sculpted using local and sustainable natural materials. It features a central living space with cantilevered slab stairs leading to the loft bedroom. Enjoy a fully equipped kitchenette, an indoor fireplace and a large outdoor lounge area with a hammock and fire pit.
Price: $500+ per night
Why You Should Go: On a private one-acre island sits a renovated cottage with a fully stocked kitchen, a family room with a stone fireplace, a screened porch, decks and a detached bunkhouse. You'll have the entire island to yourself with 360-degree lake access and a private dock. The rental also includes a 14-foot aluminum motorboat.
Maple Bay Dome House
Price: $149+ per night
Neighborhood: Duncan North Cowichan
Why You Should Go: You'll be living like royalty at this insane waterfront geodesic dome with one-of-a-kind architectural design. It boasts a swimming pool blasted out of native rock, sea views from every window, a waterside dock and complimentary breakfast every morning.
Price: $1,375+ per night
Why You Should Go: This massive, 4,500-square-foot ship is an outstanding, nautical floating paradise with 20 beds, a hot tub spa with LED lighting and a waterfall on the top deck, a fully equipped bar, a gourmet kitchen and a modern lounge with views.
Price: $200 per night
Why You Should Go: This boho-chic chalet offers a new dock with a fishing spot on the lake, two enormous patios overlooking the water, a fireplace, a firepit, modern amenities and a bright and airy space.
Price: $154+ per night
Why You Should Go: For a crazy fun time spent high in the sky, you and three of your buds can rent this cabin perched in the trees. Experience rustic comfort and adventure with features like a suspended footbridge, an intimate secluded setting, a vintage fireplace and access to several outdoor activities in the region.
Price: $190 per night
Why You Should Go: Experience something like never before a bubble dome chalet roosted in the trees. Sphere four-meter sphere has a giant translucent window offering open views of the surrounding forest. Enjoy free breakfasts, towels and bedding at this private and unique spot.
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