This 'Iceberg Alley' Pod Cabin Has To Be On Your Canadian Travel Bucket List
You're already planning to watch the Northern Lights in the Yukon and see polar bears in Churchill — and this unique Airbnb in Canada has to be on your epic travel bucket list, too.
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This cube-shaped one-bedroom cottage is so close to the water and it's the best place to experience the wild coast of Newfoundland and Labrador.
With panoramic views of the Atlantic and giant windows, you'll get to gaze at the sea to your heart's content.
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If you've been meaning to escape and get off-the-grid for a recharge, then this place is perfect.
There's no wifi and everything runs on solar energy.
Rather than streaming endlessly on Netflix, you might find yourself curled up with a book next to the woodstove.
At night, you can bundle up in blankets and sit out on the wraparound deck in an Adirondack chair with some hot chocolate as you watch the stars come out
If you're really keen to see massive chunks of ice floating by, then you should try and book a stay in April or May when you get the best chance to see them.
Neighbourhood: Burlington, NL
Why You Need To Go: Stay in a magical cabin on the coast and watch the icebergs float by.
Prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.
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