Airbnb Reveals Its Most Wish-Listed Properties Around The World
From quirky retreats to sprawling palaces and even a home made entirely from glass, Airbnb has a vast array of listing from around the globe.
And to mark its 10th anniversary, Airbnb has revealed the properties that have been 'wish-listed' the most on its site over the past 10 years.
Whether its a tropical treehouse or conical villa, scroll down to see the top ten most wanted homestays.
I Sette Coni – Trullo Edera (Ostuni, Italy)
The most wish-listed property on the listings site is the conical Italian villa I Sette Coni – Trullo Edera located close to the towns of Bari and Brindisi. The villa sleeps up to four people and offers stunning views across the Puglia landscape. For £63 ($80) a night, guests can stay inside the village’s iconic white stone walls by night and hang outside reading under an olive tree by day.
Hector Cave House (Santorini, Greece)
Originally used as a wine cellar, the Hector Cave House in Santorini was carved into the caldera cliff more than 250 years ago.
The stunning property has one bedroom that can accommodate up to five guests as well as a private veranda for sunbathing.
Guests say the house is perfectly perched, great for watching the crazy crowds of the village of Oia from above.
Farm Cabana (Armenia, Colombia)
Tucked away near the mountains of the coffee region of Colombia, the romantic cabana is made entirely from bamboo.
Guests staying there can also enjoy the tropical fruits and vegetables that are grown on the small organic farm, where the property stands.
The cabana only has one bedroom, enough for one couple but comes in at just £31 per night.
Eco bamboo home (Bali, Indonesia)
Not only is this hideout in Bali among the most wish-listed property, it is also one of the most booked, filling up six months ahead of time.
Guests say the two story eco-home exceeds the hype thanks to its total solitude in a quiet Balinese village.
Prices start from £137 ($174) per night and guests get use of a scooter for free.
Stone Villa (Crete, Greece)
Another property carved out of natural rock, this cave in Crete was once a family home but is now a holiday let.
It was recently rebuilt to include a balcony where guests can enjoy the turquoise waters of Kissamos Bay.
Two guests can stay at the property from £45 ($57) per night and it also comes complete with a kitchenette and dining room.