Look Inside Michigan’s Most Expensive Airbnb – $1500/night
As Michiganders, we love getting outdoors and heading up north. To get away from the hustle and bustle and whatever it is we have going on downstate.
Some folks are all about that camping life. Tents, cabins, RVs. Back to nature. Hunting, fishing, campfires, s'mores, mosquitoes.
Some people like roughing it (see also luxurious RVs lol).
Some folks like the finer things in life. They want to get away and head up north. But not so much on the roughing it side. They want to be pampered. Or at least take it inside. And not cabin wise. They want a house and amenities. But not a hotel.
We're talking the Airbnb crowd. And full disclosure, I have yet to travel down this road.
Airbnb is an online marketplace which lets people rent out their properties or spare rooms to guests.
And folks dig it because of the range of accommodations, locations, price points and so on. And the experience.
Whether you’re looking for a treehouse for the weekend or an entire home for the whole family, a warm welcome awaits. Behind every stay is a real person who can give you the details you need to check in and feel at home. (Airbnb)
And if you're looking for the cream of the crop in your Airbnb experience, might we lead the way to this Leelanau County wine country custom home.
14 guests · 5 bedrooms · 6 beds · 5.5 baths
9,000 sq ft home in the heart of Leelanau County wine country. Within 3 miles to 5 wineries, and three acre vineyard on site. Gorgeous views of GT Bay and countryside. High end custom home on 80 acres. Built in pool. Spacious open floor plan with wrap around decking. 4 car attached garage. 4 bedrooms, each with private bath. (Airbnb)
The whole place is yours for about $1500 a night.
Enjoy our sneak peek gallery below and head here to book your stay.