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You Can Rent A Cozy Converted Grain Bin In The Stunning Alberta Countryside

We have the most perfect fall vacation for you. Two converted grain bins in Alberta were turned into a super cute Airbnb experience and the space is super cheap to rent. If you’re looking for a weekend getaway with your BFF or partner then this is Alberta grain bin Airbnb is definitely the place for you. 

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Staying in a hotel is fine and dandy but we live for the luxurious, ultra-tiny, and over the top places that you'll never forget. Even better if it's totally off the grid.

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Tucked away in Lundbreck, Alberta is an adorable glamping experience like no other. 

The owner of the vacation rental actually converted two grain bins to become the ultimate vacation destination. 

Large enough for two guests, this one-bedroom, half bathroom pad will only cost you around $60 a night. 

That’s a deal we can get behind. 

The listing says that there are two single beds that you can push together, or keep separate if you prefer your space. 

There’s also extra room for two people to sleep on the floor if you bring your own sleeping mats or an air mattress. 

Considering the space is quite literally two grain bins, everything is quite roomy. 

Jenae | Airbnb

There’s even a living room to chill and hangout in that looks super comfortable.

Given the fact that the original purpose for the bins was for storage, there’s no full bathroom. 

That means all of your…business… will have to be dealt with in the outhouse. 

Don’t worry, the Airbnb listing reads that there are great views out there. 

Jenae | Airbnb

This is definitely the place to be if you’re in the mood to get away from city life. 

The listing says that you won’t see anyone else around so it’ll just be you and your vacation buddy relaxing in your very Albertan paradise. 

Jenae | Airbnb

There are tons of trees in the area which means going this time year will give you colourful autumn views. 

Wildlife is known to frequent the area so if you see deer, or even cows, don’t be alarmed. 

Jenae | Airbnb

If you plan on going when there’s snow on the ground, no worries. The place is easily heated. 

You will, however, need four-wheel drive as getting there could be a bit difficult. 

This very on brand Alberta experience is situated on 160 acres of land and you have access to all of it. 

If you’re so inclined, you can even bring your horse with you to check out the area. 

There are no bad reviews on this property and everyone who's been is talking about how they loved getting away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. 

If you weren't in the mood for a vacation before, you may be now.

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Neighbourhood: Lunbreck, AB

Why You Need To Go: Fall is the perfect time to get out and explore. You might as well do it in style. 

Prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.

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