Washington is full of amazing, unique Airbnbs. And while we all have our secret wishlists for travel stays both near and far, chances are that you’re curious about the most popular Airbnbs in Washington state. So, without further ado, here are Airbnb’s most wish-listed unique stays in Washington.

Treehouse on the Water -Eagles Nest-20 ft high

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This unique craftsman treehouse sleeps six with two bedrooms, three beds, and one bathroom. You can stay cozy indoors at the window seat or enjoy an indoor hammock loft. Or explore the outdoors and watch the property’s abundance of wildlife.

Where: Port Angeles, WA
Cost: $951 a night

Underground Hygge

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It’s pretty safe to say that this Airbnb is about as close as you can get to being in Lord of The Rings while staying in Washington. The Underground Hygge sleeps two with one bedroom. Keep in mind that it has no wifi but it does have six acres for you to explore and unplug.

Where: Orondo, WA
Cost: $400 a night

Treehouse with Panoramic Views

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This treehouse is an intimate setting meant for two. If you’ve been looking for the perfect couples getaway surrounded by PNW forest this might just be it. Plus, you’re pretty close to the Olympics and Mt. Rainier.

Where: Olympia, WA
Cost: $179 a night

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Treehouse in the Columbia River Gorge

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This impressive 20-foot octagon home is wrapped around a single grand 42-inch old Douglas Fir. It sleeps two with one bedroom and one bathroom. You’ll be nestled among the trees of the owner’s 30 acres of gorgeous waterfront property.

Where: Stevenson, WA
Cost: $335 a night

Hideaway Tent with Pool and Hot Tub

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If you’re a big fan of glamping then you’ll want to add this spot to your list. It sleeps four guests with one bedroom and two beds. What makes it extra unique is that guests also have access to an indoor pool and hot tub.

Where: College Place, WA
Cost: $118 a night

Freehand Cellars Airstream with hot tub and deck

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Are you curious about all of the Airstream trailer hype? A stay at this Airbnb will probably help you understand why. It can sleep three guests but is better suited for two. Outside the trailer, you’ll find a private deck, hot tub, and fire pit!

Where: Wapato, WA
Cost: $140 a night

Corner Getaway BnB

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Underground living certainly isn’t for everyone but this Airbnb is proof that it can be more luxurious than you might think. With one bedroom and three beds, this unique Airbnb can sleep up to five guests. When you’re ready to come out of your hole you can enjoy nearby Sequim Bay State Park and the Olympic Discovery Trail.

Where: Sequim, WA

Did you find any of your saves among the most popular Airbnbs in Washington state? If not, consider checking out a few and adding them to that wish list of yours. Enjoy!