When it comes to Airbnb, you can find some insanely cool stays scattered all around the globe. If you have plans for a Sunshine State adventure, you may want to stay in this vacation rental in Florida that is seriously out of this world.
Known as The Space Ship House at Area 51 Navarre Beach, this rental will rocket you into space with its unique theme. The outside is shaped like a dome, while the inside feels like you're aboard your own personal spacecraft.
The arching ceilings, decals, and designs carry throughout the entire dome home, giving it a futuristic vibe. From the kitchen to the living room, bedrooms, and even the bathroom, no nook was left untouched.
The beachy "area 51" dome home can comfortably sleep up to 8 guests, on 2 queen beds, a sofa bed, air mattress, and a couch.
In addition to a cool theme, the home is also in a great location right on Navarre Beach and includes tons of amenities, including beach-going essentials such as big towels and blankets, umbrellas, and snorkeling gear.
Oh yeah, and a grill for you to whip up some killer barbeque after a long day of chasin' waves.
The price is surprisingly affordable too. The more people that stay here, the more it scales up, but even at the max of 8 people, it's only running for $190 per night; split up that's only $23.75 each. Excuse us, what? Heck to the yes!
This place sounds like the perfect spot to book a weekend escape with your fave friends for an out of this world vacation.
An overview of The Spaceship House and link to more photos can be found below.
The Spaceship House at "Area 51" Navarre Beach
Price Per Night: Price varies depending on the number of guests. If you sleep the max 8, it's $190 per night — split that's only $23.75 each.
Address Or Neighbourhood: Navarre Beach near Pensacola
Why You Need To Go: An out of this world Airbnb with a spaceship theme. It's right on the beach, includes beach-going essentials, a grill, and is surprisingly affordable when splitting costs. A perfect place to have a BFF vacation on the cheap.
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