We’re always on the hunt for the most Instagrammable Airbnbs, but we think we’ve found one that not only boasts the perfect tranquil location, but is also the perfect spot for animal lovers.
This treehouse listing on Airbnb has everything that you could want from your accommodation. It’s unique, surrounded by trees and nature and – most importantly – you can hang out with llamas and alpacas during your stay.
The listing by Kara O’Brien is based in East Atlanta, Georgia, US, and she has turned her backyard farm into a cosy place to stay. She decided to start offering the accommodation out in 2016, and the rest is history. It boasts that it’s ‘the #1 most Wish-Listed Airbnb in Atlanta’ and to be honest, it does sound pretty epic. The unique set-up has already gained fame on two TV shows – Kevin (Probably) Saves The World and Treehouse Masters.
If you’re all about the llamas, you can rent out the ‘llama cottage’, and if you’re more excited by the prospect of chilling with some alpacas then you can opt to stay in the ‘alpaca treehouse’, which has room for up to four people.
Both give you access to the animals, including two llamas and four alpacas, and can be rented separately. The cottage is closer to the street, but whichever one you choose will enable you to hang out with the furry residents.
‘It’s a place where people can come together and celebrate each other and are really happy,’ Kara O’Brien told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
‘That’s something we didn’t really expect when we started.’
But if you want to stay there, you might have to do a bit of saving first. The treehouse costs $375 (£300) a night, but the cottage comes in at just $127 (£102) a night.
And if you’re still not sure about it, just take into consideration that it has a whopping 325 five-star reviews.
Unsurprisingly, it books up pretty quickly – so if you’re interested, get planning.