This autumn, see the larch trees and leaves from a different point of view! Whether you need to get away or just have a weekend to spare, it might be a good idea to spend it seeing or doing something you haven’t before… ‘ya know, ahead of the snow and sleet. We don’t have all that much time before the cold winds start blowing and it’s harder to enjoy the great outdoors so don’t hesitate to get yourselves out there and discover something new. Here are just 10 of the coziest, quietest, most perfect Airbnbs you can rent in Alberta this fall.
Located in Nordegg Alberta, this stunning little cabin has actually enough room to sleep 10 people comfortably. In addition to being able to house all of your closest friends, it’s also beautifully decorated and has a ton of local trails, amazing views, and a nearby lake where you can go boating, fishing, or hunting!
Where: Nordegg, Alberta
With a fireplace, double bed, kitchen, outdoor shower, and firepit, this one-of-a-kind Cabin, fashioned out of an old grain silo, really has everything you need to enjoy a peaceful weekend free of the hustle and bustle of everyday life – and really, isn’t that what it’s all about?
Where: Mossleigh, Alberta
Located 25 minutes from Drumheller, Albertans really looking to get away can check out the hamlet of Rosebud, where a unique stay in a dreamy artisan windmill awaits. Honestly, we can’t imagine a more relaxing place to slip away for a weekend.
Where: Rosebud, AB
Alexa, play the Tarzan soundtrack and put tissues on our shopping list. Nestled amongst the trees, high above the ground, you’ll find an incredibly private, surprisingly stable chalet. Here, guests can relax in a rock sauna, enjoy their coffee with a view and enjoy a nightcap by the fire.
Where: Kehewin, Alberta
Everyone wants to say they like camping, but we all know that setting up, sleeping and changing in a tent is the pits. This quaint Airbnb is just as ‘earthy chic’ as it is cozy and relaxing. It sleeps two, includes a propane stove for cooking, pots pans and a hammock…. nothing says ‘vacation’ like a hammock.
Where: Banff, Alberta
“Scenically situated” in the breathtaking forests of Clearwater County, this stunning cabin is the ultimate fall hideaway. Here, the air is fresh, the views are incredible and the opportunity to relax, unwind and unplug is unparalleled. Check it out!
Where: Clearwater County, AB
Bait your poles and cast that rod… or something? We might not have any idea what that means or if it means anything at all, but we do know that this place is pretty dang cool whether you’re big into fishing or not! The Trout Wrangler Lodge, though geared towards those who are looking to catch a salmon or two, is also great for people who just want to lounge on a hammock riverside, take in some fresh air and live the simple life in an architectural marvel. Talk about bliss!
Where: Lundbreak, Alberta
Throw on an oversized cardigan and breathe, Alberta. This backwoods cabin really is, just as advertised. Surround yourself in trees, a breeze, and wildlife any time of the year, and take some well-deserved time for yourself. With amenities including an on-property waterfall, bathhouse, a private dining patio, a hot tub and places to walk, hike, and kayak, you’ll never be bored or feel any pressure to do anything but chillax. Could it get any better?
Where: Red Deer County, Alberta
Located in the city of Calgary, this professionally decorated home is large and in charge with room to sleep 9 guests. In addition to this, it also has a few one-of-a-kind amenities like a pizza oven, personal chef (for an extra charge) and a treehouse-like deck – which really makes it the perfect spot to rent out with your friends
Where: Calgary, Alberta
No matter the time of year, guests (up to 4) are encouraged to stargaze through the geodesic dome’s transparent roof, break a sweat in the wood-burning sauna and use the on-site BBQ to cook an indulgent meal on their own time; after all, you deserve to live your life on your own terms!
Where: Cherhill, Alberta
Well, there you have it, folks. 10 of the most unique Airbnb’s in Alberta that you can rent this fall. Enjoy your staycations out there, folks! It’s going to be a beautiful season.