Traveling to Europe? Stay in These Airbnb Rentals!

 

Home sweet home indeed!

 

 

A Eurotrip is not complete without the best accommodations, but we still want to feel at home. Check out these Airbnbs in Europe that we’re absolutely loving (New to it? Find out what Airbnb is and how it works). We guarantee you’ll find a home away from home…without compromising the adventure you’re after!

 

TREEHOUSE (Cornwall, UK) 

 

Tucked among the eaves of an old ash tree is the cutest and coziest treehouse you’d want to cuddle up in. With a private loft featuring a panoramic view of the English countryside, this comfy nook would be the perfect getaway for you and your best friends. Stay up late, reminisce over your childhood days, then get up at dawn just in time to take a morning dip at Porthallow Beach (it’s just a ten-minute stroll away!).

 

HOUSEBOAT (Paris, France)

 

Honeymooning with your beau or looking for that perfect spot to propose? This love nest is docked on the beautiful banks of the Seine, where you and your love can admire the bright lights of the Eiffel Tower or view the array of artworks splayed at the quaint weekend markets. And don’t worry about those lazy nights for staying in—this quaint Airbnb in France comes with a TV and a built-in sound system, WiFi and a Nespresso! C’est magnifique!

 

THE FISHERMAN’S CAVE HOUSE (Oia, Greece)

 

This place has got us falling in love with Santorini all over again! Built on a cliff, the house views the Mediterranean Sea—a breathtaking sight to observe while enjoying a plateful of gyros and sumptuous moussaka. And nothing says “welcome home” better than a friendly porter who will assist you upon arrival, and a local chef who will cook and serve your breakfast each morning.

 

OLD TOWER (Umbria, Italy)

 

This old, quaint stable was refurbished into a snug space situated in the Tuscan countryside. Decked with a pergola and a private garden, you’ll find yourself transported back in time (but not before checking out the swimming pool). And take note: The area of Umbria is known for its architecture and agriculture—we know you’re craving those wine and grapes)!

 

 

 

 

 

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