IF you’re looking for some holiday inspiration, look no further.
Airbnb has revealed some of its most popular properties in the last decade and the dreamy selection includes a treehouse, a cave and a beach house with a private bay.
You can stay in this property with mountain and sea views
The homes were among some of the most wished-for properties on the site and are located all over the world.
Despite offering unbeatable views of incredible destinations – with a couple offering private pools and hot tubs – many of these are less than £100 per person a night.
It’s no wonder that some are booked up months in advance.
So before you drop a pin on a map to decide where to go next, have a look at these for inspiration:
Phuket, Thailand – £25pp
There are three villas in the same complex at this propertyCredit: Airbnb
You can step from the bedroom to the pool
White Breeze, a pool villa on the Thai island of Phuket, is incredibly affordable and perfect for couples.
The one bedroom property costs £50 a night, working out to be £25 per person, and you’ll have the whole place to yourself.
While you can walk straight from the bedroom to the pool, you do have to share it with two other villas.
It’s also near a beach that’s known for its romantic sunsets.
Cape Town, South Africa – £60.67pp
This property is just behind Table MountainCredit: Airbnb
There’s ample room for those who want to entertainLocated just behind Table Mountain, Everview Suite offers mountain and sea-view.
There’s a private pool and barbecue area if you just want to relax – or it’s a short walk to the beach or the bus into the city centre.
Up to six guests can stay in the property, at £364 per night, working out to be £60.67 per person.
Bali, Indonesia – £34pp
While surrounded by greenery, this treehouse is just a short stroll from the beachCredit: Airbnb
It’s simple and laidback inside
Why not immerse yourself in the forests of Bali?
Balian Treehouse in Balian Beach is surrounded by greenery but just a few minutes walk from the beach.
There’s a small pool that’s shared between the other treehouses and plenty of space in the garden to lounge around in.
The Treehouse has enough room for two, and costs £68 per night – or £34 per person.
Mayne Island, Canada – £46.50pp
For a rural escape, try this cosy cottageCredit: Airbnb
There are lots of little nooks where you can relax in
Cob Cottage is located on Mayne Island, one of the smaller islands off the coast of Vancouver Island.
The home itself is in a rural community, and is surrounded by farms.
Inspired by the farming community around it, the property has a country cottage feel, with lots of cosy nooks to sit in.
It sleeps just two, with prices from £93 a night, or £46.50 per person.
Isla Mujeres, Mexico – £58.75pp
This seashell house is famous thanks to its unusual designCredit: Airbnb
Both the interior and the exterior are very Instagrammable
Just off the coast of Cancun is Casa Caracol, an incredible property that’s known as the seashell house.
Thanks to its unusual design, tourists love to stay here for Instagram photos.
It has its own pool and access to a concierge who will be able to give you tips for the local area.
Stays start from £235 a night, with room for four, which works out to £58.75 per person.
Pioneertown, USA – £86.50pp
This home in California is for those who want to go off gridCredit: Airbnb
It’s completely surrounded by desert
If you’re looking to truly get away from the crowds and everything else, the Off-grid it House in the Californian desert could be what you’re looking for.
There is no TV and only satellite wifi for emergencies.
Plus, all the water has to be brought to the property and there is only solar panels for power.
Up to four people can stay at the property for £346 a night – or £86.50 per person.
Montevarchi, Italy – £48.25pp
You could stay in this Italian villaCredit: Airbnb
There’s room for 16 and there’s a pool and pizza oven
For those travelling in big groups, or are thinking about hosting an Italian wedding, this villa near Florence definitely ticks a few boxes.
As well as its own pool, there are two wood pizza ovens, a botanical garden and even an amphiteatre.
And with centuries-old oaks and olive groves, it’s no wonder it’s been featured in the likes of Vogue and Conde Nast Traveller.
Up to 16 guests can stay at the property, starting form £772 a night, working out to be £48.25 per person.
Governador Celso Ramos, Brazil – £60.75pp
This beach house in Brazil has its own private beachCredit: Airbnb
It’s hard to beat the views from the private homeCredit: Willian Silveira. Permission is required fo any usage.
For the ultimate seaside escape, this beach house in Brazil will give you plenty to write home about.
It’s located in a natural park, and has access to its own private beaches.
Most of the rooms offer sea views as well, so there’s no squabbling about who’s got the best room.
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