Some of the weirdest Airbnbs are in Iowa

Iowa is home to some cool vacation spots.

Maybe this year you won’t give someone important in your life a vacation. A recent study by PR Newswire came out who said most Americans would take “experiments” over material gifts this year.

77% of us would rather have a unique experience like concert tickets or a vacation than anything you might find under the tree. To get more details on this, 63% of Americans admit that they would like to be surprised by some sort of travel opportunity.

The remaining 37% seem like sticks in the mud…

If you’re like a lot of people and you put off your Christmas gift shopping to the last minute, let me help!

BTW ~ Did you know that a third of Iowa men wait until Christmas Eve to buy a present for their loved ones? EEK! Learn more about it here.

Maybe this year treat yourself to the trip! But don’t just travel anywhere! There are lots of fun places in Iowa that you could visit for a quick getaway!

There are some weird (but fun) rental properties you can check out that aren’t too far from you AND wouldn’t necessarily break the bank. Two of my favorites involve a fire station in Cedar Rapids and a pyramid in Clear Lake. Check out both below!

Iowa’s Weirdest Rental Properties

Here are some of my favorite weird and cool rental properties you can check out in Iowa!

If you are a farmer/farmer at heart then maybe the next one will be faster.

This chicken coop in Fayette has recently been renovated to become a small house. It is located on 300 acres of farmland right next to a winery that is owned by the same people who own this little house.

Although this is a unique little house, it is not the only location on the premises. Not too far there is another interesting Airbnb owned by the same people, but this is a grain silo. Check it out below!

Airbnb chicken coop in Fayette

In this Airbnb, you will rise with the chickens…literally. Good kind of. Although there are no chickens in this little house, you can still have fun in this cozy space in Fayette.

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