As much as we love catching a good deal on a hotel, there's really nothing like renting an Airbnb to take your vacation to the next level. Why stay in just a room when you can rent out the most unique accommodations in North Carolina, all to yourself? These off-the-wall, unique Airbnbs in North Carolina combine creativity and modern amenities in every corner of the state

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Alpaca Relax And Play

Price Per Night: $111

Address: Weaverville, North Carolina

Why You Need To Go: Calling all animal lovers - you can sleep among the mountain tops while spending your days surrounded by dozens of llamas and goats in this country escape.

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Svartkub, The Black Kube

Price Per Night: $161

Address: Charlotte, North Carolina

Why You Need To Go: How a former two-car garage ended up being so stylish, we'll never understand. But it exists, and it's in the perfect location to get into the city.

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Treehouse In Concord 

Price Per Night: $225

Address: Concord, North Carolina

Why You Need To Go: This super renovated treehouse has all the comforts of a luxury villa that meets a super-private and nature-filled accommodation.

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Snow's Nest

Price Per Night: $140

Address: Kill Devil Hills, Outer Banks, North Carolina

Why You Need To Go: This Airbnb is the ultimate beach getaway, where you can stake out the best views of the East Coast from the top of the insane deck.

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Modern Beach Container Home #2

Price Per Night: $119

Address: Carolina Beach, North Carolina

Why You Need To Go: This real-life shipping container has been modified into the tiny home of your dreams, perfect for adventuring with a plus one. Not to mention it's steps away from the beach.

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Romantic Bus In The Forest

Price Per Night: $97

Address: Weaverville, North Carolina

Why You Need To Go: If you want to go off the grid for a few days, you can stay in this inconspicuous bus that offers the utmost privacy.

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Yome at the Honeysuckle Tea House 

Price Per Night: $65

Address: Chapel Hill, North Carolina

Why You Need To Go: Come glamp in this cozy yurt, nestled on site of a working tea house and farm. You can even take a relaxing stroll through the herb gardens or take a nap in one of their outdoor hammocks.

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Dome 3 

Price Per Night: $400

Address: Asheville, North Carolina

Why You Need To Go: You can glamp with an undefeated view of the Smoky Mountains in your backyard. The addition of the adult slide makes it an adult playground, perfect to split with a party of eight people.

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