Tired of your family visit? Stay in the Airbnb igloo in Minnesota!
I’m not saying your family is awful … but they’ve been visiting for a week now, aunts, uncles and your brother insisting you call him “Dr. Cool”. Do you need some time for yourself and your sweetheart? Or maybe just ‘you’ time? Then meet in the igloo in Afton, less than 90 miles from Rochester, Minnesota!
Hosted by Brooke, the Airbnb sleeps two, has a half bath, and is available this weekend for a quiet Christmas. It’s not available on New Years weekend, but you can recreate the NYE anytime in January … for $ 298 a night.
The description makes great promises …
Welcome to the Globe where fantasy meets reality. Be ready to be completely mesmerized as you recline in our luxurious heated queen-size bed under a beautiful starry sky. This absolutely clear and immaculate dome is heated by a gas fireplace, so this real-life fairytale is available to you all year round.
Escape the world at this romantic Minnesota Airbnb igloo.
“Guests are blown away by the experiences that result from their stay at the Snow Globe. There is just something truly magical about being so immersed in nature and our location has something special to offer every season.
Watch beautiful soft snowflakes cascading around its walls and snuggle up warmly in luxurious electric blankets while gazing at the stars. Rainstorms take on new meaning, sunsets and sunrises become even more of a life changing experience. It really is something you have to experience firsthand once – if not a million times and we’re excited to offer it now as one of our fantastic collectible locations.
The private outbuilding is nestled just behind the igloo. “
Improve your experience:
- Hot tub $ 50
- Wine & Hors d’oeuvre Platter: $ 150
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