Kicking off the new year with my annual posts all starts with 19 Airbnb rentals to stay at in 2019. This is one of my favorite posts to share as each year the list changes and grows.
The past few years, like the 2018 list, showcased incredible rentals across the globe. Airbnb’s that were wildly unique, set in remote destinations, and perhaps a bit quirky. The kind that peaked interest for our senses.
This year I’m focusing on something entirely different. I did a poll on what you value when it comes to booking accommodations and you’ve asked for more meaningful stays. Accommodations that transcend beyond the stay, and move us to make changes within our lives at home. So what does that mean for the this top Airbnb list for 2019?
It means Airbnb rentals that are discerning in design, elevating of the local area, and provide a compelling story for why we choose to travel.
So without a further ado, here is your list for 2019. Some rentals that will be close to home for our mostly California and New York readers, and other Airbnb rentals that will require an effort well worth it. These 19 Airbnb rentals to stay at in 2019 will surely create memories to talk about for decades to come.
19 Airbnb Rentals to Stay At in 2019
Highlighted: The Warrington House
Location: Santa Rosa Hills, California
What to Love: A sense of space that blends the outdoor setting inside in a wabi-sabi way. No doubt an outdoor escape, the Warrington House represents exactly what we envision of a weekend break.
*All Warrington House images take by Andrea Posadas Creative
2. Captain’s Rest in Tasmania.
3. The Little Black Shack in New South Wales, Australia.
4. Casa Mami in Pioneertown, California.
5. Riad Yasmine in Marrakech, Morocco.
6. The Joshua Treehouse in Joshua Tree, California.
7. Villa Ondine in Cape Town, South Africa.
8. Casa de Diseño in Mar del Plata, Argentina.
9. The Treehouse in Colombia Falls, Montana.
10. Villa Palmier in St. Barths
11. Yoshina Cedar House in Yoshino-gun, Japan
12. The Boulder Lodge in Idyllwild-Pine Cove, California.
13. The Cabin in Bozeman, Montana.
14. Paddock Hall in Tintenbar, Australia.
15. Architectural house in Sant Cugat del Valles, Spain.
16. The Treehouse in Hawaii.
17. The A-Frame in Inverness, California.
18. Studio on Salt Spring Island, Canada.
19. Casa Arbol in Rincon de Milberg, Argentina
*All images are courtesy of Airbnb unless stated otherwise.
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