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This Charming Airbnb In California Has An Actual Water Tower Growing Out Of Its Head

If you're looking for a unique Airbnb in a tiny house with a water tower growing right out the top of it in the middle of the forest on the gorgeous Northern California Coast, well, have we got that exact specific experience for you.

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The Water Tower Retreat is about five miles away from the town of Elk and is hidden amongst the towering trees of the Redwood Forest.

And as a bonus? It's a mere few miles away from the ocean, so you don't even have to choose between "forest" or "beach."

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1 actual water tower coming out the top of this tiny house

A stay here brings the ultimate compromise of situations as you can feel completely unplugged from the world while being only a short drive away from the historic and lovely village of Mendocino, California. 

The water tower absolutely works, by the way.

The tiny house has little lights lining the trees for the ultimate magical forest experience.

There's a real ethereal vibe to this place.

There's a hammock outside for you to relax in, probably in the warmer months.

The interior is just as cozy-looking as the exterior, by the way.

And within a few miles, bam, there's the gorgeous Mendocino Coast, which absolutely always looks like this, no matter what time of year it is.

Water Tower Retreat

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$184/night

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Address or Neighborhood: Elk, California, United States

Why You Need To Go: Don't bother choosing between a stay in the woods or at the beach because this house has both AND it's absolutely magical, generally.

Prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.

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