We've heard of staying in geodesic domes and treehouses, but this grain bin Airbnb is a unique accommodation for the history books! You can have a farm stay vacation and spend the night inside an old grain bin that's lovingly referred to as BINcredible: Bin, Sweet Bin. This is one hilariously Canadian experience that has to be on your bucket list.\nThis Airbnb is seriously taking advantage of Saskatchewan's grain culture and history. Rather than letting these old grain bins rot and stand empty, we love how Airbnb host April Anderson made them into a cosy and totally Canadian cabin.\nThe secluded bin is completely decked out with all you need on your vacation including a private two-person hot tub. You can stay at these four-season bins at any time of year. That means you can sit by the fire after snowshoeing in the winter or roast marshmallows at the fire pit after a summery bike ride.\nWhile you're here, you'll be treated to a farm-fresh breakfast including eggs and potatoes from the farm and even french toast made with four milled at their neighbour's wheat mill.\nThere is a ton of availability right now for bookings so you should book your stay ASAP and put this crazy Airbnb on your bucket list! This place could even be more Canadian than a cabin next to a maple syrup farm and it's showcasing agri-tourism at its finest.\nView this post on Instagram On the road this week grabbing footage from a few of Central Sask’s most unique places to stay. My first stop was bincredible! #ExploreSask A post shared by Andrew Hiltz (@hiltzandrew) on May 6, 2019 at 5:38pm PDT\nTheir small orchard affords them fresh apples, saskatoon berries and cherries. Plus, it's worth mentioning that you'll be staying on the farm with Quaker and Maple, the farm dogs.\nAlive Sky Lodge | Airbnb\nInside the bin is actually round. It's a huge change going from a square-shaped rooms only existence to a round space. It's so cosy and has its own bathroom and a kitchenette with a microwave, mini-fridge and Keurig coffee maker. It's all self-contained.\nView this post on Instagram Three parts to my post tonight! Did you know there's a luxury grain bin you can sleep in right here in Saskatchewan? It's straight up amazing with a hot tub, maple marshmallows, picnic breakfast in bed and TWO fireplaces inside. Not to mention a chandelier and marble countertops. All the details are in the link in my bio if your curious. But I'm also wondering - where is the neatest or weirdest place you've stayed while travelling? Tomorrow I'm joining Garth Materie on CBC Saskatchewan Radio One's Blue Sky show to chat about all the cool and quirky places I've stayed in Saskatchewan and around the world (like ziplining into treehouses, converted grain bins, caves, yurts and tipis!) Tune in at 12:15PM on 102.5 FM in the Regina area, 94.1 FM in the Saskatoon area or 540 AM. Feel free to call in and chat and share your story (that would seriously be so awesome!) Or leave a comment below. . . . . . . . . #exploresask #Saskatchewan #Canada #explorecanada #grainbin #luxuryaccommodation A post shared by Ashlyn · Adventure Travel (@thelostgirlsguide) on Aug 30, 2018 at 7:22pm PDT\nAlive Sky Lodge is about an hour and a half from Saskatoon. This spot has to be on your list if you're planning a trip to the Prairies or even if you'll be driving through Saskatchewan on your travels. The nearby town of Rosetown has mini-golf, a pub, restaurants and grocery stores.\nBINcredible At Alive Sky Lodge\nPrice Per Night: $130\nAddress: SK-15, St. Andrews No. 287, SK S0L 2V0\nWhy you need to go: Have the ultimate Canadian Prarie-themed getaway with a stay in a luxury grain bin.\nBook Here\nThere are stories everywhere. If you spot a newsworthy event in your city, send us a message, photo, or video @NarcityCanada on Twitter and Instagram.