These are the most popular Airbnb Ski In And Out vacation rentals

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There’s nothing cozier than coming back to a cozy winter vacation rental after spending all day hitting the slopes in freezing cold. Open fire, cozy furniture, good hearty home-cooked meals, these are the delights of winter vacation stays. Everyone is looking for something different with ski-in ski-out vacation rentals, whether it’s getting closer to the snow in an igloo or something warmer where you can enjoy your morning coffee.

If you’re wondering what everyone’s bookmarking, Airbnb has reviewed its new ski in and out category and found the top 10 properties added to travelers’ wishlists that inspire travelers to venture into the snow, whether for a winter retreat or a new work view.

These are the most popular Airbnb Ski In And Out vacation rentals

MICA (Micro-Element Cottages) CITQ 303134, Lac-Beauport, Canada

This micro-house with a minimalist and ultra-modern design is located 25 minutes from Old Quebec and offers a breathtaking view of the Laurentian Park. Nestled in the middle of a forest, you won’t find a neighbor in sight and there are over 12 miles of trails to explore from the mountain. AWD or 4×4 is required in winter to access this tiny home, but you won’t be disappointed with your surroundings upon arrival.

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Breathtaking Mountain Views in a Cozy Birdhouse, Gaular Norway

For something truly unique, this sculpture-like home resembles a giant birdhouse with reflective windows and dramatic mountain views all around you. Keep in mind that you’ll have to hike 15 minutes to get to this spot after parking the car, but the space offers a great opportunity to put on your skis and explore the nearby trails from your doorstep.

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Snow Igloo, Pelkosenniemi, Finland

Have you ever wanted to stay in an ice dome? This snow igloo in Lapland has real beds and comes with LED lights and the potential to see the Northern Lights. Prepare to sleep in freezing temperatures because the igloo is not just a decoration. Warm sleeping bags will be provided, but guests should bring their own thermal layers.

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Moose Haven Cabin @ 22 West, Colorado, United States

This A-frame log cabin is perfect for getting off the grid as its remote location, approximately 9000 feet along the Park Range in the Rocky Mountains. A wood-burning stove keeps the house cozy and warm, with the bathroom and shower just a few steps outside. There are plenty of activities to keep you entertained in the state with the most ski resortssuch as sledding, skiing and snowshoeing from the cabin door.

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Lipowe Wzgórze Limanowa, Mordarka, Poland

Nestled on the slope of the Lysa Góra Ski lift, this charming farm stay offers beautiful landscapes of mountains, meadows and forests and is equipped with a fireplace, sauna, billiards and an open kitchen (it’s also close enough to order dinner in). The house’s name comes from a nearly century-old lime tree on the property, which was planted in honor of Poland regaining its independence after World War I.

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Modern house with unreal view of Lone Peak, Montana, USA

This custom-built chalet offers incredible views of Lone Peak, which you can enjoy from a spacious deck equipped with a hot tub, grill and children’s slide. With the nearest neighbor 200 yards away, you are still close to the ski slopes, where you can ski up to 0.3 miles to the lift. When guests are not using their skis, they can lounge by the indoor and outdoor fireplaces while enjoying the Views from the big sky.

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The Fox A-Frame – An Intimate Mountain Retreat, Colorado, USA

If you want to explore Colorado’s Rocky Mountains, look no further than this Breckenridge getaway, which was named one of the best Airbnbs in Colorado by Conde Nast Traveler. Breckenridge Ski Resort is 5 minutes away, and there is also close access to the Mohawk Lakes and Quandary Peak trails. This triangle-style cabin is outfitted with modern decor and beautiful earth tones to complement the nature that surrounds it.

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Bryce Mountain Retreat With Amazing Views, Virginia, USA

With five bedrooms and mountain views from every floor, this mountain vacation home is ideal for large families or a group of friends looking for a short distance to the ski slopes (5 minutes from Bryce Resort). A contemporary home with unique touches and designs, the large windows are the main attraction where you will lose yourself admiring the views of the surrounding mountains.

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Authentic A-Frame – To relax and rejuvenate, California, USA

A-Frame homes are proving popular on Airbnb wishlists, with this one-bedroom cabin offering a comfortable stay just 5 minutes from Snow Valley and Snowdrift Snow Tubing Park. It is also 30 minutes from Bear Mountain and Snow Summit. Despite its size, it comes with all the amenities you need, including a full-size kitchen, digital projector, and outdoor grill.

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Stunning Private Cabin by Hunter Mountain/Hot Tub, New York, USA

Located 7 minutes from one of New York’s favorite ski spots, Hunter Mountain, this huge home offers high ceilings and large windows to watch the snow fall, an outdoor hot tub, eye-catching fireplace, and full-size kitchen. dream.

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