Unless you’ve been completely off the grid or ensconced at a silent meditation retreat for the past year, you know that the Covid-19 pandemic has derailed travel plans for many. Instead, we’re all left to reminisce about what could have been or daydream about what’s to come.
One popular wishful thinking activity has been scrolling Instagram feeds for a bit of travel inspo. Airbnb has rounded up the top 10 most liked properties from their Instagram account in the past year. Read on to see the homes that people couldn’t get enough of.
1. Stone Cottage, Saint-Victor-la-Coste, France
The South of France has long held a certain ‘je ne sais quoi’ for visitors. This cottage perched on a 16th-century castle’s grounds is sure to add to the mystique.
2. Casablanca, Valparaiso Region, Chile
This modern loft boasts the best view of Quintay’s Playa Grande and is just 90 minutes away from Chile’s capital Santiago.
3. Lake View Lodge, San Marcos La Laguna , Solola, Guatemala
Panoramic views of Lake Atitlan highlight this magnificent glass fronted lake house in the hills of tranquil Pasajcap.
4. Tanglebloom Cabin, Brookline, VT, United States
Glamping takes on a whole new meaning with this handmade open-air sleeping cabin.
5. Casa Mama, Pioneertown, CA, United States
Privacy is guaranteed at this pueblo-styled home located on five acres of desert.
6. 19th Century Schoolhouse, Kingston, NY, United States
Less than two hours away from New York City is this converted schoolhouse tucked away in the picturesque Hudson Valley.
7. Dreamy A-Frame, Pond Eddy, NY, United States
New York makes another appearance on the list with this A-frame home nestled in the woods along the Delaware River.
8. Window to the Duomo, Florence, Italy
The legendary Florence Cathedral or ‘Duomo’ is the centerpiece of this Instagram-worthy window shot taken from an perfectly located artist’s studio.
9. Idyll Haus, Idyllwild-Pine Cove, CA, United States
Another A-frame occupies the ninth spot. This time it’s a chalet in the woods of Idyllwild with to-die-for views of the mountains.