Cosy Alaskan Log Cabin, Alaska
The “most wished for” anything is quite the accolade, and if you’re looking for the most wished for Airbnb in Alaska (according to RealSimple), then you’ve just found it. Nestled between the trees of the Creamer’s Field Waterfowl Refuge, this authentic Alaskan cabin is literally perfect for anyone looking for a nature fuelled getaway.
Only five miles from Downtown, it’s fully stocked with all that you’ll need to have a cosy break – all you need to do is bring your food. This is dry cabin living, meaning that there’s no bathroom as such – just an RV type shower outside, which authentically, doesn’t work when the temperatures hit freezing. There is running water in the kitchen however.
What this breathtaking place lacks in bathroom facilities, it gains in outdoor firepit cooking. So fire lighting and BBQing skills are essential! If you visit in the summertime, you’ll be lucky enough to while the whole night away under the midnight sun.
A two night minimum stay for up to four people starts at £137 plus fees, and is well worth a visit if you fancy hunkering down and getting cosy off grid for a while.
Extreme climate? Yes. Wickedly cool Airbnb? Most definitely yes.