These Were Airbnb’s Most Popular Rentals in 2021
Travel may have been on the back burner for many people in 2021 as we were still spending a lot more time at home, but that doesn’t mean we couldn’t fuel our wanderlust with stunning photos shared on social media. Airbnb’s popular social media accounts served as a source of inspiration for those who were keen to get back out there and explore the world, and the vacation rental giants have announced the ten most liked snaps on their Instagram account of the last year. From picturesque treehouse rentals in North Carolina to a charming 18th-century country house in France, check out the eye-catching homes below.
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Marietta, Georgia, United States
Home to two former Georgia governors, the guesthouse is filled with plenty of natural light and is surrounded by lush greenery.
Mineral del Chico, Hidalgo, Mexico
Ten minutes from the mountain villages of Mineral del Chico and Mineral del Monte, this chic cabin is nestled among natural beauty.
La Vignau, France
This 18th-century cottage retains its natural charm but has also had modern updates like a heated outdoor swimming pool. Guests have frequently reported visits from deer.
This houseboat is a calming base that allows for some of the most stunning sunset views.
6. Villa Amalfi
This modern villa features a neutral color palette, rustic textures, and an abundance of greenery to make it a tranquil oasis for those who are seeking a relaxing vacation.
Sandy, Oregon, United States
Surrounded by towering pine trees, this rustic cabin sits on five acres of an old-growth private forest.
Burke, Vermont, United States
Built in 1968, this eye-catching A-frame features cozy interiors that are filled with rich textures and warm colors.
3. Crow’s Nest
Monte Rio, California, United States
With a spacious outdoor deck, hot tub, and dramatic views of Monte Rio’s natural landscapes, this cabin is a celebration of the great outdoors.
Fletcher, North Carolina, United States
Head to North Carolina for off-grid living. To enter this whimsical treehouse, you’ll first have to climb a winding staircase.
Hildale, Utah, United States
Taking the number one spot as Airbnb’s most-liked home is this eco-cabin. With breathtaking views of the Zion Mountains, it’s easy to see why it’s a winner among Airbnb fans.