Rustic Secluded Indian River, Michigan Airbnb Voted One of the Best in America
Unique, stylish, tranquil, secluded, and fabulous. Do we have your attention now? This charming Indian River, Michigan Airbnb is so perfect it's getting national attention.
Road Affair recently put together the ultimate Airbnb list for those who love to travel and enjoy new experiences. The "51 Best Airbnbs in the United States" list has rentals from coast to coast. The list is comprised of the "most wish-listed Airbnb for each of the 50 states, with Washington D.C. thrown in as well".
Scoring the title in Michigan is this adorable secluded, yet so chic, Airbnb situated right on the banks of the Sturgeon River, in the quaint town of Indian River. The water is flowing literally right outside your door.
Known as Fernside, the A-Frame sleeps 4 and is incredibly decorated with modern and classic style with input from Lake Street Design Studio. There is a bedroom on the main floor and another in the loft.
This home is made for relaxation and enjoying the beauty of nature that surrounds it. The description states;
" The open floor plan and a wall of windows keeps light in during the day, casting halos above the cabin, while at night it erases the division between inside and out, giving you the feeling of floating amongst the stars. The expansive night sky is especially clear on our deck, which hugs the river from above. Wildlife greets you each morning. Sometimes fish can be seen leaping from the water. Our fire pit is perfect for lighting the way during dinners under the stars, created using our fully equipped kitchen or our BBQ. Take time to lay in the river, or on a tube tied to our tree, and after, use all the modern creature comforts we have in the house, such as central heating, A/C, or wifi."
Fernside rents for $375 a night and is filling up quickly for 2023. Check out the amazing pictures below.
If you are looking to do some traveling this year, you can check out the full list of the "51 Best Airbnbs in the United States" here.
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