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7 Incredible Homes On Airbnb To Add To Your Wishlist

From a Grecian cave house to a secluded, modern Icelandic apartment, these are the top homes for your Airbnb wishlist…

Travel might be restricted for now, but that isn’t stopping guests from dreaming of one-of-a-kind experiences in far flung destinations. Week-over-week, guests are increasingly turning to wish lists to save listings they hope to travel to one day.

Incredible Homes On Airbnb

1. Unique Architecture Cave House – Oia, Greece

This spacious cave house, hanging on the cliffs of the caldera in the center of Oia, is part of a traditional complex of cave houses. The cave house has two private bedrooms, vintage furniture and views of the sea and volcano.

You have travelled miles in order to come here; now is the time that you can finally dip in the white washed, semi cave whirlpool! It sleeps 4 and costs from $390 per night.

2. Dar Ahwach Riad – Marrakech, Morocco

This traditional riad is in the centre of the Medina, so you are just metres away from the hustle and bustle of the city’s winding market streets. There’s plenty of space for entertaining, so it’s perfect for a family or group of friends. The host can also arrange for a chef to prepare local Moroccan meals during your stay.

The riad sleeps 7 guests and and costs $84 per night.

3. Modern Apartment – Akureyri, Iceland

This modern home has a view over the bay and Akureyri. In the winter time you can enjoy the aurora borealis and in the summer time the midnight sun.

In winter, you can ski or do cross-country skiing in the best ski resort with view of the fjord. Or, go dog sledging with the host’s huskies and enjoy snowshoe walks or fishing through ice. It sleeps 4 guests and costs from $203 per night.

4. Eco Bamboo Home – Bali, Indonesia

This unique eco home in Bali is the 4th most wish-listed accommodation on Airbnb in the world! It’s the the perfect hideaway for all adventurous travellers. An all-bamboo house is surrounded by nature, in beautiful riverside setting among rice fields.

The home has comfy beds and hammocks for lounging in. Right in front of the unique triangular window, there are multiple bean bags for reading, cuddling and relaxing, the perfect place for meditation or playing a musical instrument, all with a direct view to the shimmering river below.

The Hideout sleeps 2 guests and costs $122 a night.

5. Private Beach Property – Santa Catarina, Brazil

This stunning beach house is located in a beautiful natural park with direct access to a private beach. The house is comfortable, modern, bright and has a large terrace with panoramic sea views. Come and eat fresh fish, wild oysters that you can lift from the neighbouring rocks or take a boat trip in the house’s own wooden boat.

It sleeps 8 people (with 5 bedrooms) and costs $150 a night.

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6. Private Pool Villa – Bali, Indonesia

This is a brand new luxury villa in North Bali with stunning uninterrupted sea views. The villa has 2 large bedrooms both with en-suite bathrooms and the master en-suite includes a bathtub. An infinity pool completes the outdoor space! The host can arrange for private chefs and a masseuse to come to the villa for the ultimate chill-out stay.

The villa sleeps 8 guests and costs just $99 per night.

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7. Hector Cave House – Santorini, Greece

The Hector Cave House, carved into the unique caldera cliff for more than 250 years, was originally used as a wine cellar (“the canava”). The traditional “canava” became a family owned summer house, which then opened its doors to share its unique character to travelers from around the world.

There’s a master bedroom in the loft and private terrace with a plunge pool and the most breathtaking views of Santorini: the volcano, the caldera cliff and Thirassia Island.

The cave house sleeps 5 guests and costs from $371 a night.

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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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