As temperatures increase, days get longer, and flowers are in bloom, spring fever is in full effect with travelers wanting to spend more time outside.
If you’re looking for a unique place to immerse yourself in nature, several Hosts on Airbnb offer barns that you and your loved ones can stay in to enjoy some quality time away in the great outdoors. Just like Superhost Sarah’s The Barn at Hill House where guests Lisa and family stayed for the “Thank God I’m A Country Boy” community film.
To inspire your next nature getaway, below are some of the most wishlisted barns available on Airbnb.
The Barn Guesthouse, hosted by Natalie (Rising Fawn, GA, USA)
The tall windows and high ceilings of Natalie’s barn offer a relaxing view on Georgia’s serene forest making this carefully decorated guesthouse the perfect solution for those who are looking for a peaceful getaway retreat surrounded by nature.
The Barn at Old Morro, hosted by April (Atascadero, CA, United States)
Set in a beautiful spot under a mature and majestic grove of oak trees, April’s barn is a great spot to explore the Central Coast. From here start many hiking trails to discover panoramic vineyards and beautiful nearby beaches.
Barn in the Surrey Hills, hosted by Melanie (Haslemere, United Kingdom)
Half a mile up a track in the Surrey Hills, Melanie’s barn is a stylish and modern retreat. Its tranquil open plan living room is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the views over the pond and garden after a day of hiking in the nearby South Downs National Park.
Cotswold Cottage, hosted by Kate (Great Rissington, United Kingdom)
Located at the top of a hill overlooking the Windrush valley, Kate’s cottage is a stylishly converted Georgian barn. This idyllic location is perfect to explore the Cotswolds and its quintessentially English villages of honey-colored stone.
Luxury Forest Barn, hosted by Nicole (Burley, United Kingdom)
Located just two hours’ drive from London, this delightful barn is perfectly nestled at the end of a tranquil private drive with far reaching views. From here you can walk, cycle or ride the miles of forest trails as well as enjoy village life with a short stroll to the traditional pubs, shops and tea rooms.
Retro Barnhouse, hosted by Hannah (Warwick, NY, United States)
Only 55 miles outside of NYC, this 1790s barnhouse with its fields, paths, hammock, BBQ grill and bonfire pit is a perfect retreat space for friends, families, adventurers or those who simply need a relaxing getaway.
Lost River Barn, hosted by Rich and Brittany (Mathias, WV, United States)
Rich and Brittany’s barn is a rustic modern retreat ideal for those who want to experience a stay in the mountains without renouncing the comforts of a modern home. Fiber optic internet, A/C, outdoor jacuzzi, gas grill and fully equipped kitchen are just some of the amenities you’ll find in this barn.
Rustic 17th Century Barn, hosted by Sally (Horley, United Kingdom)
Sally’s barn is another great example of modern amenities in a rustic setting surrounded by fields. Located on an Equestrian property just 30 minutes from London, this lovely barn offers a fully fitted kitchen, bathroom with rain shower, underfloor heating, high speed Wi-Fi, surround sound, bluetooth speaker and TV.
Old Stone Barn, hosted by Patricia and Philip (Galway, Ireland)
This beautiful 110-year-old stone barn overlooking the lake of Lough Corrib is situated on a quiet country road between the historic villages of Cong and Clonbur. Patricia and Philip (and their dog Coco) will offer you bikes and tips to explore the surrounding area and its natural beauties.
Barn in the New Forest, hosted by Alison (Ringwood, United Kingdom)
Alison’s idyllic newly refurbished barn is located in the peaceful Dorset countryside. But don’t let its tranquility fool you, this area offers activities of all sorts like cycling, sailing, kayaking and paddle boarding as well as fabulous excursions, starting with the many walks into the forest right from your doorstep.