10 extraordinary accommodations in Europe that you would want to book right now



If you’re travelling to Europe any time soon, we have a suggestion for you- ditch the hotels -it’s boring and old. Instead, take the road (and home) less travelled and opt for some unique stays instead. We’re talking of a place of that would make your experience truly magical, one that you will long cherish and share.

A houseboat, an igloo, a cave or a bubble tent, here we list down the 10 unique Airbnb accomodations across Europe that you should absolutely book right about now-

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Tree Sparrow House, England

Tree Sparrow House, England
Imagine living in a treehouse perched on the southern tip of England. Exquisite, right?

We think so too. The house is built around an ash tree and comprises a small kitchen and dining area and a snug sleeping loft that can fit two.

Wish list this for some quality time with your loved one and for some long walks as the cliffs and coastline of Cornwall’s Lizard Peninsula is only 10 minutes away.

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Amboise Troglodyte, France

Amboise Troglodyte, France
This charming and rustic French cave abode is bound to transport you to another era with its cave like structure, period furniture and an open plan bathroom. Added bonus if you’re a history buff- Leonardo da Vinci’s one time home is right near this house.

And, if you’ve always wondered how it would feel to live in a cave, this place is your go-to for making that dream come true for you and your loved one.

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CPH Houseboat, Denmark

CPH Houseboat, Denmark
What if we told you that you could admire Denmark’s gorgeous waterfront and sleep on it too?

Yep, we aren’t kidding. Thanks to this renovated houseboat, guests can now get up-close and personal with the sea from a luxurious abode.

And, when the temperatures get too high, you could always jump in for a swim!

Do keep in mind that the houseboat can accommodate 5 guests and has a total of 3 bedrooms and unlimited views of the seaside. Time to ditch the hotels, eh?

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The Green Windmill, Greece

The Green Windmill, Greece
We found a windmill hideaway for you to watch the best sunset in the world from when you’re in Santorini. This three-bedroom house that accommodates five people also has a bean-shaped pool with hydro-massaging jets.

Rest assured, the uniqueness of this homestay combined with the quietness of the islands and the unforgettable Greek hospitality will leave you with memories of a stay that will be hard to forget.

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Cube House, Rotterdam, Netherlands

Cube House, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Resembling a Rubik’s cube, this bright yellow house awaits in the centre of Rotterdam. The quirky space is spread over three floors, accommodating four people and also includes a cozy box room on the top that offers epic 360-degree views. Total VFM, we tell you!

Plus, Amsterdam is just an hour away by train.

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Dairsie Castle, UK

Dairsie Castle, UK
If you’re in a big group and also want to live life Downtown Abbey style, look no further than this restored 12th-century castle as your choice of accommodation.

Accomodating upto 13 people, the castle is not only sprawling but also has lots to explore-right from the herb garden to the orchard and the six acres of woodlands. Plus, you’ll always have bragging rights. Afterall, not every day do you stay in a castle.

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Geoesic Dome, Andalusia, Spain

Geoesic Dome, Andalusia, Spain
Set on a wooden platform, this igloo is set on the grounds of a larger guesthouse and has an adjacent deck and dinner table. It also boasts of a colourful interior and can accommodate upto 3 people.

The best thing about this property is that there is lots of space available for lazing around in the sun and cooking meals in the outdoor wooden table. And, after you’re done with lunch- head on to the hammock for your siesta.

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Glass Treehouse, Tuscany, Italy

Glass Treehouse, Tuscany, Italy
Living in a treehouse is one-thing, but how about your book your stay in a glass treehouse? Located right outside Florence, this glass structure gives one undisturbed views of the Tuscan landscape from the bedroom that accommodates 2 people.

There’s also a private outdoor terrace. Plus, there’s wifi only in the communal area- allowing one to enjoy their vacation sans any technology interruptions.

All in all, a pretty sweet deal. We’d love to stay here. Would you?

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Fisherman's Cave House, Greece

Fisherman's Cave House, Greece
A carefully restored old fisherman’s cave house that is literally carved into a cliff above the seaside town of Ola, 150 metres above sea level- do we need to say anymore or like us- do you want to stay here, already?

Trust us when we say that this house and its views is the best part of the village and can accommodate up to 5 guests in 2 separate bedrooms and a couchbed in the living room.

Apart from the necessary facilities, the house also comes equipped with a balcony that’ll ensure you witness scenic sunsets and a private outdoor Jacuzzi. Let’s seal the deal, then?

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Converted Railway Carriage, Wales, UK

Converted Railway Carriage, Wales, UK
A converted railway carriage for five on the very edge of Cardigan Bay, reads the description of this property that will ensure your stay is all about you and the waves.

Accommodating five, this railway carriage is snug all year round thanks to panel radiators in every room and woodburners. Located on the coastal footpath between the sandy beaches at Aberpoth and Tresaith, this converted Edwardian railway carriage will ensure you enjoy some of the finest views in Wales.

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