These are the most unique places in Ohio, Kentucky available to rent

This summer, skip those boring hotel rooms in favor of something more special.

In Ohio and Kentucky, there are a number of Airbnbs or other unique, ready-made rentals that are sure to provide a memorable experience for both those looking for a staycation and for overseas visitors. .

To help you expand your horizons this summer, we’ve compiled an (unofficial) list of some of the most unique places in Ohio and Kentucky.

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Looking for the perfect rental this summer? Here’s what you need to know:

10 Unique Places to Rent in Ohio

1. The swing house: Cincinnati’s Camp Washington neighborhood.

This house (which also includes a small art gallery in the basement) was the Cincinnati-based artist Mark de Jong’s dream projectwho had considered putting a gigantic 30-foot swing set in the middle of the Italian-style house for years.

The listing starts at $211 a night and can accommodate two people.

After:The Swing House offers a unique rental experience in Cincinnati

View of the spiral staircase leading to the basement of an Airbnb rental property known as the Swing House, with a large swing hanging from the ceiling, in Cincinnati's Camp Washington industrial district.

2. Cincinnati Brewery & Urban Farm, Goat View 1 and 2: Mount healthy.

The title says it all: it working brewery and urban farm offers two spaces for rent with a view of the surrounding land, including a “goat view room”. The spaces for rent are connected to the Fibonacci Brewing Company, and there is also a bar accessible from the first floor.

Both listings start at $99 a night and can accommodate two people in one room.

Hamilton's Megan Hessling and Finneytown's Carrie Chambers enjoy Fibonacci Brewing's Oberhausen.

3. Tiny Hut: Enright Ridge Urban Ecovillage, East Price Hill neighborhood of Cincinnati.

If you’re looking for something small and, well, rustic, look no further. This the tiny house is located on private residential urban farmland in Price Hill and is built entirely from repurposed materials. For that extra feeling of robustness, the kitchen and the bathroom are independent and are in the main building of the property.

The list starts at $42 a night and can accommodate two adults in one room.

The Enright Ridge Urban Ecovillage is on Enright Avenue and is made up of a group that meets often and lives by the same principles of simplicity and sustainability.

4. Magic Barn, Bock’s Jukejoint: Amherst.

This converted barn in Amherst, Ohio (just west of Cleveland) has everything you need for a good time, including a saloon bar, stage, clawfoot tub, and an attic door that opens to a view of the surrounding orchards. There’s no air conditioning, but there is an outdoor tub and shower if that’s the kind of compromise you’re willing to make.

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