The Most Expensive Airbnb in Fort Collins Runs Over $1,000 Per Night
For $1,029 per night, you can stay in a 1920s farmhouse to get away from it all -- without getting too far from it all.
During a pandemic, it's not easy venture away from home (nor is it really recommended), but if you're opting to hit the road and 'stay-cation' in Colorado, Aibnb is the go-to for unique stays as an alternative to crowded resorts and tourist attractions. It can also be the place to find a bargain stay... and this ain't one, but here's what you do get.
The Akasha Oasis can accommodate up to 11 guests on its five-acre property in the foothills of Fort Collins, adjacent to hiking trails and minutes from downtown and Horsetooth Reservoir.
'This 1920s farm house has been renovated to provide the modern comforts while preserving the charm of antiquity,' the Airbnb listing says. 'There is a sunken sunroom, large kitchen, four beds upstairs and an entire room available for mediation and yoga.'
The catch? No parties. This is a place for rest, relaxation and a good reset. You and up to ten of your friends in your COVID bubble can gather, do some yoga and sit in a sunroom together for around $100 each, which definitely makes it a more affordable 'getaway.' Hot tub included.
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