12 Surreal Canadian Airbnbs That You Need To Add To Your Bucket List

These unique spots are so worth the drive!
Cape Enrage Lighthouse. Right: Mongolian Yurt.

Cape Enrage Lighthouse. Right: Mongolian Yurt.

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If you are looking for somewhere to stay on your next vacation just north of the United States, you need to check out these unique Airbnbs in Canada. These accommodations are so eccentric, that you won't believe they actually exist.

Unlike a regular hotel room, staying at many of these unusual Airbnbs is an experience in itself. For example, you can feel like you have entered the fantasy world of Middle Earth in The Lord of the Rings by booking a stay at the Hobbit House.

With so many stunning options to choose from, your only challenge will be deciding which of these Airbnbs in Canada you want to visit first. Here are 12 super cool Canadian Airbnbs that you'll want to add to your bucket list.

Windhorse Farm Wild Horse Tipi

Windhorse Farm Wild Horse Tipi.

Windhorse Farm Wild Horse Tipi.

Carolyn | Airbnb

Price: $85 per night

Location: Coldstream, BC

Why You Need To Go: You can enjoy a peaceful stay sleeping in a tipi surrounded by horses.

​Second Breakfast Hideaway

\u200bSecond Breakfast Hideaway.

Second Breakfast Hideaway.

Christina | Airbnb

Price: $375 per night

Location: Kootenay Boundary E, BC

Why You Need To Go: All Lord of the Rings fans will love the chance to spend a night in a Hobbit house.

Castle Manor Unit 101

Castle Manor Unit 101.

Castle Manor Unit 101.

Jay | Airbnb

Price: $200+ per night

Location: Moncton, NB

Why You Need To Go: You can fulfill your dreams of sleeping in a castle.

Woodland Hive

The Woodland Hive and Forest Spa.

The Woodland Hive and Forest Spa.

Erin and Clinton | Airbnb

Price: $195 per night

Location: Hillsborough, NB

Why You Need To Go: You can enjoy spending the night in a magical geodesic glamping dome.

Cape Enrage Lighthouse

Cape Enrage Lighthouse.

Cape Enrage Lighthouse.

Wendy | Airbnb

Price: $200 per night

Location: Hopewell Hill, NB

Why You Need To Go: You can sleep in this cute lighthouse near Fundy National Park.

1945 CP Caboose 

1945 CP Caboose.

1945 CP Caboose.

Railway Museum | Airbnb

Price: $100 per night

Location: Smith Falls, ON

Why You Need To Go: You could fall asleep on a train caboose.

Aurora Lodge Houseboat

Aurora Lodge Houseboat.

Aurora Lodge Houseboat.

Stephan | Airbnb

Price: $215 per night

Location: Yellowknife, NT

Why You Need To Go: You should spend the night at Aurora Lodge if you want to scratch seeing the northern lights off your bucket list.

Artsy Glamping Experience

Artsy Glamping Experience.

Artsy Glamping Experience.

Sheree | Airbnb

Price: $170 per night

Location: Castleton, ON

Why You Need To Go: This unusual tiny home is unlike anything you've seen before.

Mongolian Yurt

Mongolian Yurt.

Mongolian Yurt.

Terra | Airbnb

Price: $138 per night

Location: Harrington, QC

Why You Need To Go: You can enjoy a comfy view of the stars through this yurt's roof.

Somerset Cottage

Somerset Cottage.

Somerset Cottage.

Amy | Airbnb

Price: $300 per night

Location: Hamilton, ON

Why You Need To Go: Do you love apple cider? If so, you need to book a stay at this cute cider house.

Hobbit House

Hobbit House.

Hobbit House.

Dior & Sylvain | Airbnb

Price: $172 per night

Location: Nominingue, QC

Why You Need To Go: You'll feel like you've entered Middle Earth, just like being in The Lord of the Rings movies.

Chalet Perché

Chalet Perch\u00e9.

Chalet Perché.

Dior & Sylvain | Airbnb

Price: $179 per night

Location: Nominingue, QC

Why You Need To Go: This dreamy treehouse looks simply magical.


These prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time. Taxes and fees may not be included in the price.

Before you get going, check our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your adventure.

This article has been updated since it was originally published on October 27, 2019.

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