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Torri del Benaco

If this is all you feel like doing at Giacomo’s villa on Lake Garda, no one can blame you. But it’s also well situated for exploring the mountain paths all around the lake, walking into town for risotto at Ristorante Gardesana, or taking a side trip to Verona for opera under the stars at the 1,989-year-old Arena di Verona. Photo: @v_outdoors

Ilhabela, Sao Paulo, Brazil

International hammock napping protocols forbid the setting of any alarm. So just trust that the periquitos (parakeets) at your remote villa will wake you when it’s time. Then hike past waterfalls to the pristine sands of Praia do Bonete.

Mollymook, New South Wales

Whale watching can be frustrating when you keep getting distracted by all the herons, fish eagles, and rosellas (spectacular Australian parrots) flying by. Head inland from Georgia’s clifftop house for a hike up Pigeon Rock Mountain or a farm-to-table meal at St. Isidore. ⁣ ⁣ Photo: @kirstenljenkins


This cozy cabin is tucked into a walled garden that dates back half a millennium. If your little one isn’t impressed, try a game of boules on your lawn or a stroll past otters and herons along the River Wye. Your favorite moments might take place after dark, though, especially if you stay up late to roast marshmallows under stars that feel only slightly smaller. Photo: @jessikaa.may

Originally a farmhouse dating from 1842, hosts Amanda and Chris recently renovated their historic Airbnb Plus home with the help of the @aphrochic design duo. What did they learn during the renovation? Simple swaps maximized the space, while pieces from nearby shops and artists celebrate Hudson's small town vibe. Check out our Tips highlight to see the transformation and learn how to incorporate @aphrochic’s design tips into your own home. Photo: @nicole_franzen

Joshua Tree National Park

Warmed by handmade touches and found treasures, this 1959 trailer puts just the right amount of comfort between you and the desert. After a day of hiking the Bartlett mountain trails, connect with fellow travelers over pizza from the shared outdoor wood-burning oven. Photo: @silviekubesova

Aptos, California

Superhosts Kitty and Michael’s mushroom-shaped cabin seems to have sprung up naturally from the forest floor. Hike through the redwoods, hit the beach, or just kick back and watch the action at the “hummingbird airport”—the feeding station that welcomes hundreds of arriving flights every day. Photo: @kaiyuemiao

Windermere Lake District

This posh take on a shepherd’s hut puts the whole Lake District at your feet—and sometimes comes with homemade cheddar scones. But it raises some tough questions, too, like which scenic footpath to follow first and which award-winning pub to visit afterward. Sophie, your Superhost, is happy to help. ⁣ ⁣ Photo: @wild_sheep


Stay in a private room in the Bjerget complex, an architectural landmark made up of terraced, plant-covered apartments. Like the surrounding Ørestad district, the building provides a feeling of natural calm within the city. Breakfast by Marianne and Tom, your Superhosts. Entertainment by Fiona, your pug.⁣ ⁣ Photo @lingskov2300


Marit’s waterfront house overlooks some of Northwest Norway’s richest fishing waters—and even comes with its own boat. But you’ll probably be too busy gazing at the sea and sky and rocky coastline to catch anything bigger than a snapshot. If you’re not the seafaring type, the nearby Atlantic Ocean Road snakes its way across tiny islands and down the coast. Make sure to bring a designated driver who is unfazed by wild beauty. Photo: @maritfolland

Eugenia, Ontario

This little “bunkie” in the cedars is just part of Superhost Wilson’s Lake Eugenia retreat. It’s 40 feet away from the main house—just enough distance to escape your fam … er, enjoy some quiet contemplation. After your timeout, rent a canoe to explore the lake or ask Wilson for directions to his favorite swimming hole. Photo: @cedarhighlands

Greenbank, Washington

Superhosts Ron and Denise didn’t just pitch a glamping tent near the heart of Whidbey Island. They built a whole mini-compound that feels like your own little city, complete with tiki bar, game lounge and outdoor kitchen. If you need a break from “city” life, you can explore the surrounding woods or dig for your dinner at Double Bluff Beach, a nearby clamming spot. Photo: @whidbeytown

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