Airbnb and the South Australian Tourism Commission have revealed the top 5 most wishlisted Airbnb’s in South Australia, with prices starting at just $130 per night.
Take advantage of domestic travel and explore our great state. Whether you are wanting to get out and, or just want a relaxing staycation, there’s an Airbnb for everyone.
From eco pods, to homes with outdoor baths and panoramic views, there is an option out there for every taste and for every budget. Airbnb hosts across the state are rolling out their welcome mats to show the best of what the regions have to offer.
Tiny House Farm Escape, Adelaide Hills | Sleeps 2 | From $410 per night
This Airbnb is a unique mixture of glamping and tiny home a experience. Located just 20 minutes from the city centre, it’s also surprisingly easy to get to, yet it will make you feel as if you’re hundreds of kilometers away.
They describe themselves as an ‘immersive , romantic, nature experience with quintessential Hills scenery and unique minimalist design,’ this Airbnb is custom made from re-homed materials and stashed away on an empty field in the heart of the Adelaide Hills.
Floating Eco Pod, Murray River | Sleeps 2 | From $275 per night
This choice of accommodation is both for the adventurous and for those who want to unwind. Set upon the beautiful Murray River, this is a stunning place for a romantic getaway for two.
Rustic yet modern, it has everything you’ll need. The modern, fully equipped FLOATING pod consists of en-suite with toilet and shower, a kitchenette and lounge area that goes out onto the deck with a BBQ and overlooks the Murray. Breakfast is even included!
If you want to stay in a place that’s a little ‘outside of the box’, this Airbnb is definitely worth considering.
Architectural earth house, Adelaide Hills | Sleeps 2 | From $195 per night
Described as an ‘off-grid, self-sufficient, self contained’, this Airbnb, named Earthship studio apartment, in the semi-rural Adelaide Hills, is a 45-minute drive from the CBD.
Guests will appreciate this bejewelled beauty’s tiny eco-footprint, as well as its stunning design.
Wineries, golf courses, bush-walks and other tourist attractions are all conveniently located nearby.
This is a great pick for those eco warriors out there. Guests will need to respect the limitations of the off-grid systems for power, water and sewage and take care with the natural building finishes. But if that’s something that is in your wheelhouse, check this unique Airbnb out!
Tiny house nature retreat, Adelaide Hills | Sleeps 2 | From $130 per night
This Airbnb will make you truly feel at one with nature!
Located just a 25 minute drive from the CBD, this tiny house is true to its name. Yet, although it is tiny, it has everything you need for a relaxing holiday.
Set on the edge of a natural spring that runs into the Sturt River, this is the ideal spot for all nature lovers or those looking for that extra comfort from traditional camping. The rustic interior will make you feel cozy and warm, and the stunning surroundings will keep you entertained.
Cosy rustic cottage, Adelaide Hills | Sleeps 4 | From $320 per night
Described as a ‘cosy, curated cottage with a rustic vibe’, Ode to the Orchard is perfect for a quick weekend getaway.
Based in the Adelaide Hills, it is surrounded by the finest wineries in the region. Guests will enjoy the sweeping views, which can be taken full advantage of from the gorgeous claw-foot bath.
You can kick up your heels, enjoy that glass of local red by the fire, or try out our apple crumble recipe in the vintage wood-fired Aga.
To see the full list of top Airbnbs in South Australia, click here.