You Can Stay At This Gorgeous & Secluded Glamping Spot Near St. Louis
It's truly magical!
Staying indoors is obviously the move these days, though cabin fever has a way of sneaking up on us after an extended period of time with no change of scenery. A private unique Airbnb retreat near St. Louis is the perfect solution to any discomfort you may be feeling right now, and we know just the place. A massive luxury tent that lies secluded in the woods fully-equipped with everything you'd need awaits you!
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Benka and Keith are the super hosts of a tent-like Airbnb in Park Hills,, which is just over an hour from St. Louis.
According to Airbnb, super hosts are "experienced, highly rated hosts who are committed to providing great stays for guests."
With this title, it's expected that your stay at their rental is top-notch, and, according to the 300+ reviews, that's exactly the kind of experience you'll get.
Their Airbnb can fit up to six guests and pets are allowed to stay with you for an additional fee. You'll have one bedroom, four beds, and one bath to share with whoever you decide to bring along.
Though, going solo seems to be the vibe these days.
The rental is listed at $149 per night before any additional fees, which isn't bad at all. Depending on when you're planning your trip to Park Hills, splitting it with others will make it that.
During your stay, you'll have near-to-nothing surrounding you, aside from the great outdoors.
You can burn a campfire, go for a walk, or spend the day reading a calming book outdoors.
For those visiting during the summer, air conditioning, beach essentials, a hot tub, and more are provided to you.
Whether you're looking for a getaway now, or much later, this is the stay of almost anyone's dreams.
Airbnb listing in Missouri
Price Per Night: $149
Address Or Neighbourhood: Park Hills, MO
Why You Need To Go: The host ensures a cleanly experience and the seclusion of the Airbnb is exactly what every quarantine couple needs right now.