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BC Has The Most Desired Airbnb In Canada & It's Straight Out Of A Fairy Tale (PHOTOS)

No wonder this is the most "wishlisted" listing in the ENTIRE country!

Canada is filled with beautiful vacation rental properties from coast to coast, but one B.C. Airbnb listing seems to stand out from the rest.

In an email sent to Narcity, Airbnb revealed that their most "wishlisted" property in the entire country is located on Mayne Island and it's the cutest little hobbit home that you'll ever lay eyes on.

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Cob Cottage is an adorable one-bedroom, one-bathroom place that was hand-sculpted with all sustainable and natural materials. It has an extremely unique look, landing somewhere between a treehouse and a Tuscan getaway.

There is a loft-style bedroom, a small office space, an open-concept living area, and a ton of outdoor space to enjoy, as well.

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As you may have guessed, it's not easy to snag a booking at Cob Cottage. It tends to be booked up months and even years in advance, so you better think ahead if you want to call this place home for a week or weekend.

Cob Cottage Airbnb

BC Airbnb: Canada's Most Desired Airbnb Listing Is Straight Out Of A Fairy Tale

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$200/night (before fees)


Neighbourhood: Mayne Island, BC

Why You Need To Go: We're willing to bet that you've never stayed in a place more unique than this. Live out your British Columbia fairy tale dreams at Cob Cottage.

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

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