You work hard, so it's essential to make the most of your precious vacation days. When you do go on a getaway, you want it to be a memorable experience. Thankfully, there are plenty of weird and wonderful Airbnbs across Canada that you need to add to your bucket list.

Skip the typical lacklustre hotel room for your next trip. Instead, book a night at one of these unique Airbnbs in Canada for a trip you'll never forget. Best of all, many of them cost about the same price as a hotel room!

For example, you can stay at an Airbnb that will make you feel like you're in the Wild West. Or, you could sleep in a floating wine barrel, a room made of ice and snow, or even locked up in a jail cell! If you're travelling with a group of friends, there are plenty of options, too. You can book a private island, a 100-year-old church that has been upgraded to a stunning games room, or even an old cave turned private night club!

To help you plan your next trip, here are 11 weird and wonderful Airbnbs in Canada that you need to stay at:

 

100-Year-Old Church

Price per night: From $325

Address or Neighborhood: Lambton Shores, Ontario

Why You Need To Go: This 100-year-old church has been converted into a party space that can sleep up to 12 guests. Inside, you'll find a pool table, ping pong, foosball, darts and more!


Renovated Blacksmith Shop

Price per night: From $99

Address or Neighborhood: Tehkummah, Ontario

Why You Need To Go: You'll feel like you've stepped back in time to the Wild West.


Wine Barrel Floating Cabin

Price per night: From $120

Address or Neighborhood: Essex, Ontario

Why You Need To Go: Wine lovers will enjoy sleeping inside this giant floating wine barrel in wine country.


The River Den

Price per night: From $147

Address or Neighborhood: Wakefield, Quebec

Why You Need To Go: You can sleep on the water in this charming boat in Quebec!


1947 CN Caboose

Price per night: From $51

Address or Neighborhood: Smiths Falls, Ontario

Why You Need To Go: You can spend the night in a 1947 caboose! Your glamping stay also comes with a delicious breakfast.


Castle Manor

Price per night: From $180

Address or Neighborhood: Moncton, New Brunswick

Why You Need To Go: Spend the night in this stunning castle which has modern furnishings inside.


18th Century Cave

Price per night: From $275

Address or Neighborhood: Montreal, Quebec

Why You Need To Go: This 18th-century cave has been converted into a small night club with a 100-person capacity that you can rent.


Dorchester Jail

Price per night: From $99

Address or Neighborhood: Dorchester, New Brunswick

Why You Need To Go: Spend the night behind bars in an old jail cell.


Ice Hotel

Price per night: From $150

Address or Neighborhood: Sainte-Rose-du-Nord, Quebec

Why You Need To Go: Sleep in a stunning room carved out of snow and ice!


Alive Sky Lodge

Price per night: From $130

Address or Neighborhood: Rosetown, Saskatchewan

Why You Need To Go: For the ultimate Canadian Prairie experience, you can sleep in a vintage grain silo. 


Private Island

Price per night: From $500

Address or Neighborhood: Sunshine Coast, British Columbia

Why You Need To Go: You can have a breathtaking private island all to yourself!


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