We Found the Coolest Airbnbs in Each Province Across Canada

Get ready to add these to your bucket list! If you’re someone who will travel for that one-of-a-KIND experience, or sees a cool place and thinks, “I need to go there!” then you’ll need to save this list of unbelievable Airbnb stays throughout Canada!

We made sure to include options from every corner of the country, so nobody’s left out. That means cabins on Vancouver Island, farms in the Prairies, castles, architectural excellence, and so much more!

See what makes someone say ‘OMG!’ when talking into a cool new weekend stay and prepare to book some trippy travel in your near future.

British Columbia

The Cob Cottage on Mayne Island

The cozy retreat was hand-sculpted using local and sustainable natural materials, and features a central living space with cantilevered slab stairs leading to the loft bedroom.

Sleeps two people in one bedroom and has one bathroom.

cobb cottage british columbia
photo via Airbnb

A stay straight out of The Hobbit in Kootenay Boundary E

A fantasy inspired earthouse that’s literally a cozy hole in the ground located 25-30 minutes east from Osoyoos in the Okanagan Highlands of British Columbia.

Sleeps two people in one bedroom and has one bathroom.

british columbia airbnb
photo via Airbnb


A windmill near Calgary

This is a studio apartment with a kitchenette at the base of a windmill. Get the windmill experience without sky high prices. The suite has its own private entrance, and walks out to a large yard.

Sleeps two people in one bedroom and has one bathroom.

windmill alberta
photo via Airbnb

Raspberry Castle by Red Deer Lake

This three story tall tower has been hand constructed from bricks from Medicine Hat. John Jensen, a Danish engineer and bricklayer designed this wonderful castle with his family in the 70’s. Since then, the current owners have modernized and renovated the entire building to make it as comfortable as possible.

Sleeps six people in three bedrooms and has one bathroom.


A farm house all to yourself in the Prairie Grasslands

Enjoy a return to a traditional prairie untouched and pristine native grasslands with a massive 6000 sq. ft. modern home from which to enjoy a idyllic prairie setting.

Sleeps over 16 people in seven bedrooms and has six and a half bathrooms.

prairie grasslands
photo via Airbnb

70’s modernism in Kenosee Lake

The house was designed with a blend of Scandinavian minimalism mixed with ’70s modernism and dozens of art pieces collected from around the world. These include pieces from the museum of Modern Art, wallpaper sourced from Europe, vintage linoleum, standing arcade machines and a complex blend of Modern Art nodding heavily to the 70s and early 80s.

Sleeps four people in two bedrooms and has two bathrooms.

photo via Airbnb


A dome-shaped waterfront cottage on Lake Winnipeg

A pristine natural environment cottage that blends right in with its surroundings. This makes for a very peaceful, quiet, and private getaway surrounded by limestone cliffs and caves. The shoreline is perfect for swimming and paddling.

Sleeps six people in four bedrooms and has one bathroom.

Lake house on Twin Lakes Beach with the best sunsets

Modern, newly built lake front cottage has west-facing windows for the best sunsets ever, and you’re on the beach (a PRIVATE beach) as soon as you step outside of the door! The floor to ceiling glass windows overlooking the lake make for natural art everywhere you look.

Sleeps 10 people in four bedrooms and has two bathrooms.

beach house
photo via Airbnb


A renovated church in Prince Edward County

This massive, stunning 132 year old converted church in Prince Edward County, Ontario with modern amenities sits on huge three-acre property that’s full of character. This unique four (ish) bedroom space has been restored to give a modern feel with all the old unique charm.

Sleeps eight people in four bedrooms and has two bathrooms.

prince edward county church
Photo via Airbnb

A mirrored cube in the Muskoka woods

This one operates on their own website, and it’s truly one-of-a-kind! So much so that if you don’t look closely, you may miss it!

Sleeps two people in one bed and has a full bathroom in-cabin.

photo via findarcana.com


A row of beach-front river lodge in Sainte-Anne-des-Monts

Nestled in an unobstructed cove from the road and about ten meters from the river, the lodges enjoy an exceptional view.

Sleeps four people in two bedrooms and has one bathroom.

panora quebec
photo via Airbnb

Tiny home with a panoramic view near Quebec City

Stepping into the world of “MICA” offers an upscale experience. This is a micro-house nestled atop the mountain with breathtaking views of the valley and mountainscape around. Immerse yourself in a captivating scenic experience, a mere 30-minute drive from Old Quebec.

Sleeps four people in two bedrooms and has one bathroom.

panoramic view quebec
photo via Airbnb

Newfoundland & Labrador

The most colourful tiny home in a fishing village

This unique tiny home is located in the heart of a working fishing village in Champneys West! This retro themed home is small with a big presence. It has a full size shower, vanity and because it is right on the water it has a composting toilet and propane on demand hot water system.

Sleeps two people in one bedroom and has one bathroom.

dockside home
dockside home

‘Ome Pod in a town of 350 people

Shaun Majumder invites you to come ‘Ome and experience the scenic beauty of Burlington, Newfoundland. This modern pod on a rocky cliff by the sea is the perfect private getaway for any couple or small family who wants to escape the hustle and bustle.

Sleeps four people in one bedrooms, there’s a sleep-able couch in the living room, and has one bathroom.

ome pod
ome pod

New Brunswick

A beach-front yurt in Botsford

Experience the magic of yurt living in New Brunswick surrounded by miles of unspoiled beach and acres of trails and forest.

Sleeps two people in one bedrooms and has one bathroom.

The Silo Spa at Tides Peak Farm

This 18’ silo located on Tides Peak Farm boasts a cedar sauna and hot tub, smokeless fire pit, pizza oven and outdoor kitchen and outdoor movie theatre for unforgettable summer nights.

Sleeps four people in two beds (one is a sofa bed) and has one bathroom.

Prince Edward Island

The world’s first rotating home vacation rental

Stay in one of four 625 sq ft condos inside Canada’s ROTATING house overlooking the beach! Around the Sea offers you and up to four guests rotating scenic beach views in a modern condo with all the amenities.

Sleeps four people in two bedrooms and has one bathroom.

rotating home
photo via Airbnb

Organic 60-acre heritage farm with guest house overlooking New London Bay

Located in picturesque French River, overlooking beautiful New London Bay, with direct private beach access, you’ll experience the peace and rural beauty of Atlantic Canada.

Sleeps 12 people in five bedrooms and has three bathrooms.

yankee hill
photo via Airbnb

Nova Scotia

Get a whole island to yourself!

The island provides an amazing and unique escape that is truly one of a kind and it’s all yours! This remarkable location is located only minutes off the highway and not far from Halifax, although it’ll feel like you’re far from any city here.

Sleeps four people in one bedroom with two beds and has one bathroom.

photo via Airbnb

Stay in a historic lighthouse on St. Ann’s Bay – Cabot Trail

The Monroe Point Lighthouse was built in 1905. This was a working Canadian Federal Lighthouse until 1962 and is located in St. Anns, Nova Scotia. Writers, songwriters, artists and guests from around the world have enjoyed the peaceful serene landscape with mountain and ocean/bay views.

Sleeps two people in one bedroom and has one bathroom.

Northwest Territories

Glass living to see the Auroras

Each unit is about 25 square metres or 250 square feet, tastefully furnished with two queen beds, heated and powered, and you can view the starry sky and the northern light from the comfort of your own bed.

Sleeps four people in two queen beds and has two bathrooms in the common area.

aurora borealis
photo via Airbnb

Scandinavian retreat in Yellowknife

This beautiful, modern home is quite literally a stone’s throw from the lake. This is a perfect spot to watch the incredible Northern Lights from your front door, and easily launch your paddleboard from the dock for a midnight sun cruise around the island.

Sleeps six people in three bedrooms and has one and a half bathrooms.


Off-the-grid-ranch experience in Whitehorse

This is the true Yukon experience! This ranch is “off the grid” meaning no electricity, no running water, limited cell service a 10 minute walk away and outhouses for your bathroom!

Sleeps maximum five people in one bedroom and the living room, and has a half bath.

off grid ranch
photo via Airbnb

Aurora Sun dome cottage in the Yukon Woods

This spot is nestled in the Yukon Woods with great Aurora viewing straight from the cottage and ski trails right at your door.

Sleeps four people in one bedroom with two queen beds and has one bathroom.

beehive dome
photo via Airbnb

Travelling across Canada by car? Put these must-see roadside attractions on your list! They make the perfect stops to stretch your legs and see something seriously quirky.