Jumping aboard a train and going wherever the path leads you exudes major romantic adventure vibes. Luckily, you can experience the same thrill at this vintage train Airbnb rental in Alabama. This classic beauty will be all yours to rent, and you won't even have to break the bank.
Perfect for solo adventures or the vagabond couple, this vintage caboose has all the rustic charm plus modern amenities you could need to be comfortable during your stay. At just $89 a night, it feels similar to a classic tiny home with a single bedroom, bathroom, and kitchenette.
The living room features a breakfast nook and pull-out couch, which could comfortably fit additional guests if you're looking to upgrade your party to four. Since it's located within a 6-mile radius of cafes and grocery shops, you will be able to mingle with the locals and learn the town's culture.
Plus, the owner, Shauna, is a superhost on Airbnb, so you know you’ll be getting a top-notch experience.
While the caboose may look rugged, you won’t be roughing it since it has a full bath and shower, complete with bed and bath accessories.
Also, the addition of air conditioning, a heater, and hot water will make sure you feel at home no matter what season you’re visiting.
Guests are even invited by the host to walk out to the pasture fence to visit the sheep and pond on this cozy and picturesque property.
Unique, affordable, and intimate, renting this caboose is a perfect way to rest during your next adventure.
Price Per Night: $89
Address: Ashland, AL
Why You Need To Go: The perfect classic addition to any adventure, a vintage train rental to rest your weary head!
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