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Dream Rock Silo Airbnb Virginia

You can stay at the top of a converted old barn silo overlooking beautiful rolling mountains when you stay at this Airbnb in Independence, Virginia. 

The unique silo accommodation is actually Airbnb's most wish-listed stay in the state.

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The old barn silo was built in the 1950s and was fully converted into an adorable Airbnb in 2018. 

Dream Rock Silo Airbnb Virginia

The bedroom at the very top has windows all around and gorgeous 360-degree views of the mountains. 

Dream Rock Silo Airbnb Virginia

There's even a private deck so guests can enjoy the fresh air and stunning views. 

Dream Rock Silo Airbnb Virginia

There's a small stream with a storybook bridge that runs through the lush, flowery garden on the property. 

Dream Rock Silo Airbnb Virginia

Guests are welcome to sit by the fire pit to enjoy starry nights.

Dream Rock Silo Airbnb Virginia

Or take a peaceful nap in the hammock while listening to the sounds of the creek. 

Dream Rock Silo Airbnb Virginia

Dream Rock Silo




Address or Neighborhood: Independence, VA

Why You Need To Go: For a one-of-a-kind stay inside an old barn silo that's been converted into a quaint Airbnb with gorgeous mountain views.

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

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