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7 Of The Most Instagrammable Airbnbs In The World

Looking for some summer staycation inspiration? These are the most liked homes from posts on Airbnb’s Instagram account. Snapped by guests during their stays, the most popular community-generated images from June to August 2019 were listings featuring incredible landscapes, waterfronts and countryside retreats. These Instagrammable Airbnbs are popular for good reason – they’re all absolutely incredible…

These homes will have you hitting the ‘book’ button before you know it. Which place do you want to spend a night in?

Most Instagrammable Airbnbs in the World

1. Amazing “Paradeiso” Beach Bungalow Studio (Milos, Greece)

Superhost Christina transformed a fisherman’s boathouse into a cozy bungalow with an unbeatable front yard. Wake to the sound of waves, cruise around the island discovering hidden beaches, and come home to grill the catch of the day on your porch. Just two meters from the clear blue sea, you will surely feel like you’re in paradise.

Photo: @ordinarytraveler

2. Pelangi Skai Joglo – Treehouse with Ricefield View (Katik Lantang, Bali)

This Indonesian treehouse floats in the jungle treetops of Ubud, Bali. The elegant treehouse might make you believe it’s called an infinity pool because you lose track of time there. One moment you’re enjoying your floating breakfast and the next you’re watching fireflies twinkle above the dark rice fields… If you want island lifestyle with a lotta luxury, this is the perfect home.

Photo: @laraholmes_

3. Small Cottage with Amazing Views  (Hordaland, Norway)

This remote cabin comes complete with extraordinary views of the Sandvin Lake. If you are up for an adventure, the Trolltunga mountain sits just a hike away for you to explore. Waking up to that view must be unforgettable…

Photo: @beingriku

4. Private Floating Villa (Palm Beach, Australia)

Guests are greeted with a tasting plate and bottle of bubbly upon arrival at this one-of-a-kind home. This floating villa on the Pittwater waterway is perfect for quiet reflection. But there’s plenty to do if you feel like it. Take the included dinghy to Portuguese Beach for a picnic, or paddleboard along the coast… But we don’t blame you if you decide to just relax in the villa itself!

Photo @lilypadpalmbeach

5. Il Giglio, Amazing Lake View with Swimming Pool (Bellagio, Italy)

Enjoy incredible views of Lake Como from the heated swimming pool at this stunning Bellagio home. After taking in the scenery, enjoy the home’s private flower garden. You can spend your days lazing in the pool, with the lake directly below. By night, wander down to local restaurants for waterfront dining. You won’t want to leave…

Photo: @gone_fishin_productions

6. Extraordinary View of the Atlantic + Outdoor Spa (Møre og Romsdal, Norway)

With modern Scandinavian design, an outdoor jacuzzi and endless views of the Atlantic, what more could you ask for? Families will also enjoy a kids’ playroom and fishing boat to explore the surrounding bays. Yep, that’s right, the house even comes with its own boat! The hot tub on the deck is a favourite feature among previous guests. Perfect for sunset.

instagrammable Airbnbs
Photo: @maritfolland

7. The Highlands – 7 Acres Overlooking Lake Eugenia (Lake Eugenia, Canada)

This little “bunkie” in the cedars is part of a charming Lake Eugenia retreat. It’s 40 feet away from the main house. That’s just enough distance to enjoy some quiet contemplation. After your timeout, rent a canoe to explore the lake or ask the host for directions to his favourite swimming hole. It’s super cosy, yet has all the luxury comforts you need. It’s like camping, but way, way better.

instagrammable Airbnbs
Photo: @cedarhighlands

Planning a trip? See more beautiful places to stay on Airbnb here. 

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Sarah Clayton-Lea
Sarah Clayton-Lea

Co-founder of Big 7 Travel, Sarah created the company through her passion for championing the world's best food and travel experiences. Before her career in digital media, where she previously held roles such as Editor of Food&Wine Ireland, Sarah worked in the hospitality industry in Dublin and New York.

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