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10 Unique Airbnb Rentals In BC That Look Ridiculously Fun

Sometimes staying in a hotel can be so bland and ordinary. If you want to spice up your stay in Canada, there are a few awesome rentals available that will blow your mind. These incredible Airbnbs in British Columbia have much chiller vibes than the average vacation rentals and they also tend to be cheaper.

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Next time you need to get out of the city for a little while or you just simply want to plan a trip to Vancouver, you might want to give these super unique places a try.

Carriage House

Price: $120+ per night

Neighborhood: Squamish

Sleeps: four guests

Why You Should Go: This quaint, eloquent home sits in the perfect location; equidistant from downtown city life and the river and bike trails. You can get cozy by the modern gas fireplace while enjoying artistic touches and unobstructed views of the mountains.

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A-Frame Cabin With Ocean Views 

Price: $135+ per night

Neighborhood: Sechelt

Sleeps: 2

Why You Should Go: This tiny cabin in the woods offers the benefits of both rustic and beach living. The spunky-shaped cabin has two outdoor balconies, a large skylight, a claw-foot tub, tons of nearby hiking trails and a beach just a three-minute walk away.

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Unique Cob Cottage

Price: $160 per night

Neighborhood: Mayne Island

Sleeps: 2

Why You Should Go: This snug earth-house retreat was hand-sculpted using local and sustainable natural materials. It features a central living space with cantilevered slab stairs and a cozy loft bedroom.

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Raven's Retreat

Price: $135+ per night

Neighborhood: Tofino

Sleeps: 4

Why You Should Go: This mini west coast retreat offers a bright and spacious interior with a propane fireplace. The bedroom offers private access to a deck with serene, sweeping views of the Clayoquot Sound.

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Geodesic Waterfront Dome 

Price: $149 per night

Neighborhood: Duncan North Cowichan

Sleeps: 2

Why You Should Go: This whimsical vacay spot is unlike any other, gloating a unique hexagonal shape. In the private guest suite, you can enjoy features like a seaside deck, access to the water and a spectacular natural rock swimming pool. Bonus: breakfast is included every morning.

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Ultimate Modern Escape

Price: $449 per night

Neighborhood: Columbia-Shuswap A

Sleeps: 8

Why You Should Go: this modern mountainside escape is an architectural anomaly filled with peace and quiet on the outside and lounge-friendly luxury on the inside. The towered-ceiling living room offers 180-degree views of the forest, mountain and river.

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Rustic Cabin In The Woods

Price: $75+ per night

Neighborhood: Galiano Island

Sleeps: 4

Why You Should Go: This cozy, remote shack packs a big punch in a small, 200-square-foot space. It offers a full kitchen, an outhouse, an outdoor shower, a fire pit, a sleeping loft, a skylight, a covered porch and access to pebble beach trails.

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Immaculate Home With Hot Tub & Sauna

Price: $750+ per night

Neighborhood: Revelstoke

Sleeps: 10

Why You Should Go: This massive property, known as "Big Bear Chalet" is a new, 2,000-square-foot mansion that brings warm and cozy to the next level. It features a heated garage, heated floors, a heated pool, a hot tub, a wood pellet fireplace and a sauna. This is the perfect place to stay during the snowy season.

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Glampsite Cabin

Price: $75 per night

Neighborhood: Pinantan Lake

Sleeps: 8

Why You Should Go: This lakeside retreat offers two adorable green and blue bunkhouses overlooking the forest and the lake. You'll have the whole property to yourself to enjoy the quiet, secluded location and gather around the campfire. There is a cookhouse equipped with kitchen utensils, a bbq, a small fridge and a freezer.

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White Rooftop Loft

Price: $347 per night

Neighborhood: Vancouver

Sleeps: 3

Why You Should Go: This spacious penthouse loft is decked out in all white, offering a bright and airy feel. In addition to a prestigious interior embellished with top-to-bottom windows and spa-like bathrooms, you can enjoy a large, lounge deck with widespread city views.

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