10 most beautiful Airbnbs in the world, ranked by Instagrammability

With border closures and travel restrictions in place across the world since March, few of us have actually been able to go on flashy, distant vacations in the past year or so. In fact, we mostly had to just watch our feeds for inspiration – and dream of a time when we can explore the world again.

The deployment of vaccines gives hope that international travel may soon be back on the cards. But in the meantime, wheelchair travel is here to stay. And so to continue, Airbnb revealed the ten properties that racked up the most likes while we were all stuck inside last year.

In number one? Le Cottage de Pierre, a large property with swimming pool in the Gard in the south of France. It has Roman follies, ample foliage, and a massive pool – what more could you ask for?

The house with the second most tastes, meanwhile, was a coastal cabin in the Valparaíso region of Chile, and the third was a lakeside cabin in Guatemala. Below is the full top ten.

Stone cottage (Saint-Victor-la-Coste, France):

Photography: @bonitte

The best view of Quintay (Casablanca, Chile):

QuintayPhotography: @josefinalopezphoto

Lodge overlooking the lake (San Marcos La Laguna, Guatemala):

Lodge overlooking the lakePhotography: @ megaann.p

Tanglebloom cabin (Brookline, VT, United States):

Tanglewood CabinPhotography: Ethan Abitz

Casa Mami (Pioneertown, California, United States):

Casa MomPhotography: @workingholidaystudio

19th century school (Kingston, NY, United States):

19th century schoolPhotography: Yannis Malevitis

Dream Frame A (Pod Eddy, NY, United States):

Dream Frame APhotography: @ darby.houseupstate

Window on the Duomo (Florence, Italy):

Window on the DuomoPhotography: @girlgoneabroad

Idyll Haus (Idyllwild-Pine Cove, California, United States):

Idyll HausPhotography: Leanne O’Neill

Floating house (Joanópolis, Brazil):

Floating housePhotography: @franparente

Want more great homes to contemplate? Here are the nicest Airbnbs you can rent in the UK and US.

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