Superhost Younghee’s Lemon House in Opo-eup, South Korea is truly a work of art. Named after its iconic lemon-shaped window, Younghee’s home was designed by her friend and architect Kunio Kudo. Younghee and her husband often take guests on hikes through the Turi-bong foothills and guide them through their studio so they can see the process behind their art. Which is probably why it’s no surprise that Younghee has been a Superhost for 5 years and running. Congratulations Younghee and thank you for sharing your home and experiences with the world. Visit the link in our bio to learn more about what makes Superhosts so “super”.
Superhost Anders’s apartment is a garden oasis near the heart of the city. Stroll the revitalized waterfront, have a floating meal aboard the Isbryderen Elbjørn, explore Aalborghus Castle, or just stay home and enjoy a cup of coffee in the greenhouse. Not responsible for sudden growth spurts. Photo: @livsnyderhaven
Mountaineer Javier isn’t interested in waterfalls you can see from a car. Join him on a two-day Airbnb Adventure where you'll discover hidden falls deep inside the rainforest. After a long, scenic hike, you’ll set up camp and leave your equipment behind to experience a 300-foot waterfall with all your senses. A few hours after you bask in its spray, the rushing water will hush you to sleep. Click the link in our bio to find more multiday @airbnbadventures.
Te Kahu is an architectural masterpiece in Wanaka, New Zealand. Winning the country’s prestigious Home of the Year award in 2010, this #AirbnbLuxe lodge blends cutting-edge design concepts with panoramic lake and mountain views. It’ll be hard to leave, but concierge services are available to arrange expeditions to nearby ski resorts and the otherworldly Mount Aspiring National Park. Tap the link in our bio to discover more.
Mitch’s Mid-century hideaway is so cool that even corgis can’t resist striking a poolside pose. Make yourself a tall drink—with an assist from the grapefruit, lemon, and tangelo trees in the yard—before strolling downtown for dinner with a view at 4 Saints. Photo: @alexaplew
Tiffany Caliva-Talledo of @thebeachlodge is on a mission to bring inspired living to every one of her guests. As a host and hospitality consultant, she’s poured her heart and soul into every detail of her home to make space for unforgettable experiences. Explore her cozy beachside bungalow for yourself (link in bio).
Brilliant artists, innovators, inventors, and culture originators, that’s who Homage built The Moor for. Wake up inside this inhabitable art installation, hop on the vintage red and yellow canal street trolley right outside the front door, cruise down to the black owned Backatown Coffee Parlour for some true-cool vibes and a cup of dreamfuel, and your inspo levels will be all the way up.
If you ever manage to catch your breath at this clifftop treehouse, your host, Wayan, is happy to help you arrange trips all around the island. Explore the cave temple of Goa Giri Putri, discover the hidden natural pools of Tembeling Forest, or snorkel among manta rays in Manta Bay. Photo: @arianazani
Superhost Christina transformed a fisherman’s boathouse into a cozy bungalow with an unbeatable front yard. Wake to the sound of waves, cruise around the island discovering hidden beaches, and come home to grill the catch of the day on your porch. Photo: @ordinarytraveler
Superhost Kerry’s garden guesthouse is quaint on the outside, elegant on the inside. Stroll into town to check out the artisan shops and cafes of High Street or climb North Berwick Law—a steep hill, not a legal firm—for spectacular views of the Firth of Forth. Whatever your day looks like, the chairs on the veranda will await your return, always ready to rock. Photo: @weewindynb
Meet Pat Coldir, an Airbnb host in Seward, Nebraska, and a big part of why the town is known as “America’s Official Fourth of July City.” For more than 20 years Pat has helped plan the town’s Independence Day festivities, which include a classic-car show, a pie-eating contest, an anvil firing, and, of course, fireworks. The town has a population of 7,000, but each year roughly 40,000 people come to celebrate the Fourth. “The atmosphere leading up to the celebration is palpable,” she says. “You can feel it in the air.”