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Whether it's time for a mini high school reunion with all of your besties or your friend group has a reason to celebrate, you should check out one of these unique B.C. Airbnbs together.
From entire villas to mansions located on a winery, there are some pretty epic listings for you and your friends to enjoy in BC. Even though you might not be able to afford one of these multi-million dollar homes, it's fun to pretend that you're living in one if only for a bit.
So here are four of B.C.'s most epic Airbnb mansions that are perfect for splitting with your friends:
Modern Whistler Chalet
Modern Whistler Chalet.
Price Per Night: $1,750+
Location: Whistler, BC
Why You Need To Go: Share a hot tub and mountain views with your pals at this Airbnb that's close to the village. When split between 13 people, you're looking at $134 per person for this modern Whistler getaway.
Luxury Waterfront Estate With Family Friendly Estate
Luxury Waterfront Estate With Family Friendly Estate.
Price Per Night: $1,699+
Location: West Vancouver, BC
Why You Need To Go: This cheap mansion has an oceanfront pool and a ton of space for you and your friends to roam around. The host allows for up to 12 guests. Split between that many people, it'll cost around $141 per person.
Luxury Waterfront Villa on Okanagan Lake
Luxury Waterfront Villa on Okanagan Lake.
Price Per Night: $1,500
Neighbourhood: Summerland, BC
Why You Need To Go: Looking like it belongs on the cover of a magazine, this mansion is actually on a winery! And it'll cost less than $100 per person if you stay here with 15 other people.
Luxury Lakefront Estate
Luxury Lakefront Estate.
Price Per Night: $1,427
Location: Peachland, BC
Why You Should: This villa has four outdoor patios with private access to Okanagan Lake, and even a boating dock and a separate lakefront cottage.
These prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time. Taxes and fees may not be included.
Before you get going, check out our Responsible Travel Guide so you can be informed, be safe, be smart, and most of all, be respectful on your adventure.
This article has been updated since it was originally published on December 5, 2019.