Airbnb has evolved, folks. Now, not only do they list stationary stays, but they now also offer mobile destinations that can be rented and brought literally anywhere that you want. This summer, those who prefer glamping over traditional tenting can actually book a modern vintage 1974 Boler, fitted with diner-like decor and stocked with all of the essentials.
Recently renovated, this adorable unit can be towed wherever – whether you’re spending a weekend by the lake or at a provincial site.
Under their shiny tin roof, guests can live comfortably rain or shine as long as they’re willing to pay the $3 km/hr towing fee – which (depending on your destination) is peanuts in comparison to the price of some cabins or yurts.
With room for 4 guests, the Boler has power, brand new LED lights, a fridge, cooktop and even levelling jacks for those who don’t want their belongings rolling from one side of the camper to another.
It’s also just one of the cutest little places that we’ve seen, featuring funky floors, a cozy dining area, and room to cook or lounge.
Pets are allowed and fun is encouraged but please, remember to wear sunscreen, to keep your food in a closed container and to enjoy yourselves!
For more information or to see the listing for the modern vintage Boler check out the link here! It’s going to be a long hot summer, Alberta, spend it in the outdoors!