35 of the Coolest Airbnb Stays and Vacation Rentals in Ohio

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Ohio doesn't get nearly enough love when it comes to destinations people put on their bucket lists. But, as someone who has spent basically her whole life living in Ohio, I'm here to tell you that this state is way cooler than most people give it credit for.

Up north, we have miles of Lake Erie coastline. A bit further south, Cuyahoga Valley National Park is severely underrated. We have beautiful state parks, the best amusement park in the world (Cedar Point), and cool cities with great food and beer scenes.

If you've been considering a trip around Ohio (or maybe if this post convinces you to plan one!), I've rounded up some of the best places to stay around the state.

The best vacation rentals and Airbnbs in Ohio

From cabins to urban getaways to treehouses to lake houses, these are the coolest and most unique Airbnb stays and vacation rentals in Ohio. Some of these are worth traveling for in and of themselves!

Best cottages and cabins in Ohio to rent

Whether it's cozy, rustic, or modern that you're looking for, you'll find it in these Ohio cabin rentals.

1. The Triangle A-Frame Cabin

Triangle A-frame cabin
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Location: West Farmington, Ohio

Price range: Under $100 per night

This sweet, cozy cabin in the woods is perfect for a weekend getaway. The Triangle Cabin boasts rustic details like exposed beams and a wood-burning stove. You’ll also enjoy two outdoor patios, one upstairs and one downstairs. The surrounding wooded lot contains wildflowers, blackberries, and raspberries ripe for picking.

Though it feels secluded, the cabin is just off the main road and close to the Western Reserve Greenway bike path, Amish Country, and the Holden Arboretum

This cabin technically sleeps up to 4 people, although it is better suited for a couple since it's just 400 square feet.

Book here: Triangle A-Frame Cabin

2. Glass House in Hocking Hills

Hocking Hills Glass House
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Location: South Bloomingville, Ohio (Hocking Hills)

Price per night: Under $425 per night

This sleek glass house blends mid-century modern style with all the amenities you would expect from a luxury home. Perched on the edge of a 50-foot cavern, you’ll enjoy striking views of the natural cavern and its seasonal waterfalls, whether you’re inside or outside on the spacious patio.

Indoors, enjoy a Malm fireplace, heated floors, and floor-to-ceiling windows. Outdoors, there's a fire pit and a hot tub. State parks and all the biggest sites of Hocking Hills are just a short drive away.

This luxurious cabin has three bedrooms and two bathrooms, and sleeps up to 6 guests.

Book it here: Hocking Hills Glass House

3. Dunlap Hollow Cottage

Dunlap Hollow Cottage
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Location: Rockbridge, Ohio (Hocking Hills)

Price range: Under $300 a night

Dunlap Hollow Cottage is a stylish retreat nestled in the Hocking Hills. Although the cottage was built in the 1920s, it has been thoughtfully updated with chic and modern touches. 

Guests will enjoy modern amenities including heat and air conditioning, a washer and dryer, and WiFi, along with historic touches like a woodburner. The cottage sleeps up to 6 guests. Outside, there’s a BBQ grill, fire pit, and a private hot tub perfect for chilly autumn nights.

The cabin is surrounded by the limestone cliffs of the Hocking Hills, and there are many hiking paths and waterfalls within walking distance.

Book here: Dunlap Hollow Cottage

RELATED: Things to Do in the Hocking Hills: Your Guide to Ohio’s Best State Park

4. Ivy Cottage Barndominium

Ivy Cottage Hocking Hills
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Location: Logan, Ohio (Hocking Hills)

Price range: Under $650 per night

The Ivy Cottage, AKA the “Barndominium,” is a luxurious and stylish retreat in the Hocking Hills. This striking black metal barn with white oak and cedar accents is designed with modern luxury and convenience in mind. You’ll enjoy amenities including smart TVs in every room, WiFi, a gas fireplace, and an outdoor hot tub.

Located on 13 acres of land, the cottage feels secluded while still being conveniently located – it’s right off the highway and just two minutes from the entrance to the Old Man’s Cave rock formations and waterfall in Hocking Hills State Park.

The cottage has three bedrooms and comfortably sleeps up to 6 guests, making it a great choice for families or groups.

Book here: Ivy Cottage Barndominium

5. River Rock Lodge

River Rock Lodge
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Location: Logan, Ohio (Hocking Hills)

Price per night: Under $650 per night

If you’re looking for the ultimate group getaway in Hocking Hills, look no further than the incredible River Rock Lodge. With eight bedrooms and 5.5 bathrooms, this custom-built lodge can accommodate up to 22 guests, making it perfect for a large family or group gathering.

The lodge comes complete with large living areas and a game room inside, and a massive wrap-around deck with an outdoor fireplace and hot tub outside. Guests also have access to a large fire pit, private basketball court, and stocked fishing pond on the property.

The lodge is located right between Logan and Hocking Hills State Park, just a ten-minute drive to Old Man's Cave, Cedar Falls and Conkle's Hollow.

Book it here: River Rock Lodge

6. The Winery Loft

Winery Loft
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Location: Creola, Ohio

Price range: Under $150 per night

You don’t have to travel far from home to experience staying in a quaint chalet overlooking rolling vineyards. The Winery Loft is a sweet hideaway on the second level of Le Petit Chevalier Vineyard’s winery and tasting room.

The suite sleeps up to 4 guests, although with one bedroom, it is best suited for a couple. Guests have access to the wine tasting room during the day, and are welcome to explore the surrounding vineyard. At night, the cabin becomes a secluded retreat. There are two private balconies overlooking the vineyards, as well as an outdoor fire pit.

The Winery Loft is conveniently located to both the Hocking Hills and Lake Hope State Park.

Book here: The Winery Loft

7. The Oasis Retreat Cabin

The Oasis Retreat Cabin
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Location: Millersburg, Ohio (Amish Country)

Price range: Under $300 per night

If you’re looking for a getaway in the heart of Ohio’s Amish Country, look no further than the Oasis Retreat Cabin. This newly-built cabin has three bedrooms and can comfortably sleep up to 6 people, making it perfect for families or groups. The spacious living room with vaulted ceilings and a gas fireplace is the perfect place to relax at the end of the day.

Outside, the backyard overlooks a tranquil pond, with an outdoor patio, gas grill, fire pit, and covered hot tub pavilion.

The cabin is located close to many Amish Country attractions, including farms and restaurants. There are also hiking trails through the woods of the property.

Book here: The Oasis Retreat Cabin

8. Silo Suite in Amish Country

Amish Country silo suite
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Location: Berlin, Ohio

Price per night: Under $225 per night

Okay, this one isn't a cabin – it's the inside of a real silo! This unique suite is located at a quaint farmhouse in the midst of Amish Country. With two bedrooms and two bathrooms, this property can sleep up to 4 guests. There’s a cozy fireplace in the vaulted living room and a Jacuzzi soaking tub in one of the bathrooms.

While this property feels secluded, it’s just a short drive away to the shopping, dining, and attractions of downtown Berlin and the rest of Amish Country.

Book it here: Silo Suite in Amish Country

9. Cozy cottage near CVNP

Cottage near CVNP
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Location: Akron, Ohio

Price range: Under $100 per night

If you are looking for a place to stay that offers easy access to Cuyahoga Valley National Park, look no further than this cozy guest house. The cottage is a five minute drive to the entrance of the national park, and the 4 acre property backs up directly to protected parklands.

In addition to being convenient to the national park, this cottage is located between Akron and Cleveland, giving easy access to both cities and vibrant shopping, dining, and entertainment.

The cottage itself is cozy and modern, with heating and air conditioning, WiFi, a smart TV, and a washer and dryer. Outside, there’s a hammock perfect for lounging in and taking in the serene, farm-like views, along with a back patio complete with fire pit. The space accommodates up to 4 guests.

Book here: Cozy Cottage near CVNP

RELATED: Cuyahoga Valley: A Guide to Ohio’s Only National Park

10. Quiet cabin on 60 secluded acres

Secluded cabin in Wooster
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Location: Wooster, Ohio

Price range: Under $200 per night

This calm, quiet cabin is the perfect secluded retreat for anyone looking to get away from it all and relax. The inside of the cabin is cozy and rustic, with a screened-in back porch and wood-burning fireplace.

The highlight of this property is the location – the cabin is situated on 60 secluded acres in a valley, and guests have access to miles of hiking trails, waterfalls, creeks, and more. There is also a pond in the backyard of the cabin perfect for swimming or fishing.

While this studio-style cabin can sleep up to 4, it is best suited for couples. Pets are allowed at this cabin for an additional fee of $25 per day.

Book here: Secluded cabin

11. Mohican Pleasant Hill Round House

Mohican Round House
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Location: Perrysville, Ohio

Price range: Under $200 per night

This unique round-shaped home is located just minutes away from Mohican State Park, making it convenient for hiking and many other outdoor adventures. 

The interior of the home is spacious and modern, with two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Guests will enjoy a game room with pool and foosball tables, as well as a cozy fireplace and TV in the living room. 

You can also lounge on the expansive wraparound deck outside and enjoy views over the adjacent Pleasant Hill Golf Course. There’s a BBQ grill on the deck as well. Pleasant Hill Lake is nearby and is perfect for kayaking or paddleboarding.

Book here: Mohican Round House

12. Unplugged Mohican cabin

Unplugged Mohican cabin
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Location: Perrysville, Ohio

Price range: Under $250 per night

For anyone looking for a secluded getaway in the middle of the forest, this rustic cabin nestled in the trees of Mohican State Forest is the ultimate choice. This airy cabin has a lofted sleeping area and many windows overlooking the surrounding trees.

If you’re looking to unplug from technology, this cabin will allow you to do so – there’s no TV, and while there is WiFi and cellular service, the connection can be spotty due to the location.

Outside, there’s a fire pit and grill. Despite the private, secluded feel of the cabin, you are still close by to nearby activities including three wineries, farms, and Amish Country. Mohican State Park is also easily accessible, and the property directly abuts protected parklands. 

The cabin sleeps up to 4 guests, but would most comfortably fit a couple.

Book here: Unplugged Mohican cabin

Shipping container cabins and tiny houses in Ohio

Yes, there are enough shipping containers converted into cabins across Ohio for them to get their own section on this list! These cabins are all super hip and basically design dreams, but do tend to book up in advance.

1. The Lily Pad

The Lily Pad tiny home
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Location: Logan, Ohio (Hocking Hills)

Price range: Under $500 per night

The Lily Pad seamlessly blends indoor and outdoor living with a sleek and luxurious design. This cozy retreat is built out of a shipping container with a glossy black finish. The indoor living space melds with the outdoor patio by a motorized glass garage door.

On the covered outdoor patio, guests will enjoy a private hot tub, grill, and swinging sofa. Inside, the shipping container stays comfortable year-round with heating and air conditioning. This luxe hideaway sleeps up to 2 guests, making it good for a couple.

Nestled on 13 acres of wooded land, the Lily Pad is just minutes away from Old Man’s Cave in the Hocking Hills.

Book here: The Lily Pad

2. The Juniper Tiny House

The Juniper tiny house
Inside The Juniper (photo taken by me!)

Location: Logan, Ohio (Hocking Hills)

Price range: Under $150 per night

Want to see what all the fuss about tiny house living is all about? This brand new tiny house is a great way to do it. The Juniper is located in a quiet campground with views of Lake Logan, just a 15-20-minute drive from all the highlights of Hocking Hills State Park.

In terms of tiny houses, The Juniper is actually quite large! It's got a generous kitchen, a sitting area with a full couch, a breakfast bar, a lofted sleeping area with a queen mattress, and a full-sized bathroom with a shower.

The Juniper also has heating/air conditioning, hot water, and even free wifi. The only thing about it that hints at the fact that you're in a campground is the composting toilet in the bathroom (which isn't scary, don't worry).

This tiny house can technically sleep 4, but it's probably best suited to 1-2 adults and maybe 2 kids.

Book here: The Juniper Tiny House

Note: Hocking Hills Tiny Houses also has two other tiny houses in the area: The Trillium (which is right next to The Juniper and has all the same amenities), and The Gladiola.

3. The Box Hop

The Box Hop Hocking Hills
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Location: Rockbridge, Ohio (Hocking Hills)

Price range: Under $500 per night

Luxuriously appointed and built with minimalistic design in mind, the Box Hop is a stunning getaway in the heart of Ohio’s Hocking Hills. Built out of three intermodal shipping containers, this home puts a twist on typical cabin living.

With three bedrooms, the Box Hop sleeps up to 6 guests. When staying here, you’ll enjoy an abundance of amenities including an outdoor hot tub, two levels of patios, and a cozy fireplace.

Located on 18.5 acres of land, you’ll have plenty of space to hike and explore your surroundings. The Box Hop is also just a short drive away from the Hocking Hills.

Book here: The Box Hop

Note: Both BoxHop properties usually book up months in advance. You can sign up on their website to get email alerts for cancellations and last-minute openings.

4. The BoHo Box Hop

Boho Box Hop cabin
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Location: Rockbridge, Ohio (Hocking Hills)

Price range: Under $300 per night

For anyone looking for a stylish yet rustic stay in the woods in the Hocking Hills, then this modern, romantic escape if for you. Built using two shipping containers, the BoHo Box Hop melds sleek design with cozy tiny house living.

This tiny house packs a big punch when it comes to amenities. Inside, you’ll find all the creature comforts you could need, including a full kitchen, heating and air conditioning, a woodburner, and even a claw foot bathtub. Outside, you can enjoy a large deck with a grill, fireplace, and your own private hot tub. 

This rental can technically sleep 4, though it’s best suited for a couple. It’s located on 18.5 acres of land, but is not far from the highway and all the main attractions of the Hocking Hills.

Book here: The BoHo Box Hop

5. Dover tiny house

Dover shipping container tiny house
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Location: Dover, Ohio

Price range: Under $200 per night

This eclectic shipping container oasis is the perfect secluded spot to get away from it all. Tucked into the woods along the Tuscarawas River, this tiny home is the perfect place to relax and unwind.

There is no TV here, and cellphone service can be spotty due to the rural location. WiFi is available for an additional charge of $8 per night.

The home sleeps up to 4 guests, but is best suited for a couple. There is an outdoor hot tub, grill, and fire pit for guests to enjoy.

Book here: Dover tiny house

Best Ohio treehouses to sleep in

Who doesn't dream of spending the night in a grown-up treehouse? I did this back in June (read about it here!), and it was such a great getaway. Here are some cute treehouses in Ohio you can book:

1. Hocking Hills Treehouse

Hocking Hills treehouse
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Location: South Bloomingville, Ohio

Price range: Under $300 per night

If you’re looking for a unique experience sleeping amongst the trees, look no further than this treehouse in the Hocking Hills. Wall to wall windows and a private deck provide immersive views of the surrounding treetops.

With close proximity to Old Man’s Cave, Ash Cave, and Cedar Falls, this treehouse makes an excellent base for exploring the best natural scenery the Hocking Hills has to offer.

Although this treehouse is rustic, it’s stylishly designed and has many comforts of home, including heating and air conditioning. However, there’s no WiFi. This calming treetop oasis sleeps up to 4 guests.

Book here: Hocking Hills Treehouse

Looking for more treehouse options in the Hocking Hills? You can also check out Hocking Hills Treehouse Cabins, which are quite luxurious (but also tend to book up months in advance).

2. Luxury treehouse in Amish Country

Amish Country treehouse
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Location: Berlin, Ohio

Price per night: Under $325 per night

This luxury treehouse that has been featured on HGTV is perched among the trees 30 feet off the ground. Perfect for a couple, the treehouse has one bedroom and one bathroom. You’ll enjoy a cozy living room with a fireplace, a bathroom with a shower and soaking tub, and a spacious wraparound deck with views of the trees.

Located in the heart of Ohio’s Amish country, there are plenty of things to do nearby including visits to Amish villages, farms, and theaters.

Book it here: Treehouse in Amish Country

Note: If this one is booked, there's a very similar one for rent nearby, listed here.

3. Forest Haven Ela treehouse

Forest Haven treehouse
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Location: Millersburg, Ohio (Amish Country)

Price range: Under $250 per night

For anyone looking to get close to nature, this stylish treehouse set in a forest clearing makes for a great getaway. The design of this sleek shipping container treehouse merges indoor and outdoor living beautifully. The inside living space opens directly to the outdoor living space, which includes an outdoor shower and soaking tub.

Inside, guests will enjoy heating and air conditioning and a fireplace. There’s no WiFi or television, so this is the place to stay if you want to unplug and de-stress. You can enjoy the calming views of the treetops from within this tiny home.

This rental can sleep up to 2 guests, making it perfect for a couple.

Book here: Forest Haven treehouse

4. The Box at Treehouse Village

The Box Treehouse
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Location: Dundee, Ohio

Price range: Under $200 per night

The Box blends sleek, modern design with treehouse living. Set amidst the trees, this rustic retreat is built out of a shipping container. This cozy treehouse has heating, air conditioning, and WiFi (although the connection can be spotty due to the rural location.)

Outside, you can enjoy the patio with views of the surrounding forest. The Beach City Wildlife Area, with hiking and waterfalls, is just minutes away from the treehouse.

Up to 4 guests can stay in the treehouse, although it would be most comfortable for a couple.

Book here: The Box at Treehouse Village

NOTE: The box is one of several treehouses available to book at this spot! The Treehouse Village here currently has 5 different treehouses to choose from.

5. The Mohicans Treehouse Resort

The View treehouse
Photo of The View treehouse taken by me

Location: Glenmont, Ohio

Price: Under $425 per night

With eight unique treehouses and one Airstream up in the trees, The Mohicans is a unique place for a getaway in nature. The treehouses here don't have wifi or cable TV (and you won't get much cell signal), but they all come with luxurious touches including full bathrooms, heating and air conditioning, outdoor showers, and incredible forest views.

Located just a short drive from Mohican State Park, these treehouses can sleep anywhere from 2-4 people.

Read about my stay in The View treehouse here: Escaping to a Secluded Treehouse in Ohio

Best beach houses and lake houses in Ohio

Ohio sits on Lake Erie (one of the Great Lakes), but is also home to some great inland lakes, too. Here are some of the best vacation rentals in Ohio that are on the water.

1. Glass House with private beach

Glass House in Sandusky
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Location: Sandusky, Ohio

Price range: Under $600 per night

The sprawling Glass House is an architectural wonder, designed by an associate of Frank Lloyd Wright in 1960. The house epitomizes mid-century modern style, and offers expansive windowed views of the surrounding lake and bay.

Guests will enjoy private Lake Erie beach access, as well as a 25% discount on parasailing and WaveRunner rentals. The Cedar Point amusement park is located nearby, along with many other family-friendly activities.

This large rental sleeps up to 10 guests, making it great for families or groups.

Book here: Glass house in Sandusky

2. Lakefront home in Madison

Madison lakefront house
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Location: Madison, Ohio

Price per night: Under $300 per night

If it's lakefront living you're looking for in northeast Ohio, this lakefront vacation home should be on your list. It has stunning views of Lake Erie from the outdoor patio and private beach, and is within walking distance to a park and restaurants.

There are three bedrooms and two bathrooms, accommodating up to 8 guests. Guests can enjoy a swim on the private beach, sunning on the large deck facing the water, or cozy up indoors in a Jacuzzi tub or by a wood-burning stove. There’s also a fire pit for late-night bonfires and a grill for cooking out.

Book it here: Lakefront home in Madison

3. Newly renovated lake house

Geneva Lakehouse
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Location: Geneva-on-the-Lake, Ohio

Price per night: Under $215 per night

Looking for the ultimate lakeside getaway? This newly renovated lake house on the shores of Lake Erie is the perfect escape. With three bedrooms and two bathrooms, this property can sleep up to 8 guests.

There’s a private beach, outdoor fire pit and BBQ grill, and a screened-in sunroom on the back of the house. The bustling Geneva strip is just a few minutes away on foot.

Book it here: Newly renovated lake house

4. Luxury beach villa on Lake Erie

Lake Erie villa
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Location: Madison, Ohio

Price range: Under $400 per night

This lakeside villa with private beach access on beautiful Lake Erie makes for a great Ohio getaway. Enjoy breathtaking sunsets over Lake Erie from the sprawling back patio with a gazebo, and relax on the stretch of private beach in the backyard.

In addition to the lake, guests can play a round of golf at the golf course just across the street, or hop in the car to explore nearby wineries. You're also only about 45 minutes from downtown Cleveland.

With three bedrooms and two bathrooms, this charming home sleeps up to 8 guests comfortably.

Book here: Luxury beach villa on Lake Erie

Best urban finds to rent in Ohio

Looking for a city getaway in Cleveland, Columbus, or Cincinnati? Here are some of the coolest, trendiest Airbnb rentals in Ohio cities.

1. The Swing House

The Swing House in Cincinnati
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Location: Cincinnati, Ohio

Price range: Under $225 per night

Located in Cincinnati, The Swing House melds art and design in a truly unique accommodation. The highlight of this home is the 30-foot swing in the middle of the living area. The Swing House redefines “open concept” with stunning triple-height ceilings, an abundance of natural light, and a dining, living, and sleeping space that flows seamlessly.

The home has been thoughtfully renovated, and the finished basement has artwork made with materials sourced from the renovation. Outside, the Camp Washington neighborhood of Cincinnati awaits, with easy access to shopping and dining in the rest of the city.

The Swing House can accommodate up to 2 guests.

Book here on Airbnb: The Swing House

RELATED: How to Spend 2 Days in Cincinnati, Ohio

2. Cincinnati luxury penthouse

Cincinnati OTR penthouse
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Location: Cincinnati, Ohio

Price per night: Under $330 per night

This sprawling penthouse apartment has won design awards and features unrivaled luxurious touches and amenities. Inside, there are high ceilings and tons of windows allowing in natural light. Outside, enjoy a private rooftop deck with sweeping views of the city's Over the Rhine neighborhood.

The apartment is minutes away from Washington Park, Music Hall, Shakespeare Theatre, and all the best restaurants, bars, and shopping in Cincinnati.

With two bedrooms and three bathrooms, it can sleep up to 4 guests and includes free garage parking.

Book it here: Cincinnati luxury penthouse

3. Beautiful Garden Villa in Columbus

Columbus garden villa
Photo credit: Vrbo listing

Location: Columbus, Ohio

Price range: Under $200 per night

A true oasis in the midst of the city, this garden villa is nestled in a private European-style garden that is stunning during every season of the year. The villa blends modern design with timeless, old-world elegance and has an abundance of amenities.

Guests will enjoy a private outdoor soaking tub and a chic outdoor dining area overlooking the garden, which is impeccably maintained. Although it feels secluded, this rental is just a short drive away from downtown Columbus.

The villa sleeps up to 2 guests and is perfect for a couple.

Book here: Beautiful Garden Villa

RELATED: How to Have an Adventurous Weekend in Columbus

4. Welcome to the Jungle house

Columbus Short North rental
Photo credit: Vrbo listing

Location: Columbus, Ohio

Price range: Under $300 per night

Modern design meets the jungle in this stylish city bungalow! This home is filled with gorgeous rare plants, upscale decor in shades of green, black, and gold, and original hardwood floors. Amenities include smart TVs in every room, WiFi, and free snacks in the kitchen.

You will be just a short walk away from all that Columbus has to offer, including the historic Short North neighborhood, downtown, and Ohio State University.

This home can sleep up to 6 guests.

Book here: Welcome to the Jungle in Columbus

5. Green Indigo Guesthouse

Green Indigo guesthouse in Lakewood
Photo credit: Airbnb listing

Location: Lakewood, Ohio

Price range: Under $150 per night

The Green Indigo guest cottage is a tranquil retreat tucked away in the historic Lakewood suburb of Cleveland. It blends modern style with historic charm through a tasteful and elegant renovation. Relax in this cozy getaway where earth tones abound and amenities are plenty.

Channel your inner chef in the urban farmhouse kitchen – you can even harvest your own herbs from the home’s outdoor herb garden! You’ll be just minutes away from Lakewood’s best shopping and dining when you stay here, and close to downtown Cleveland as well.

This rental comfortably sleeps up to 4 guests.

Book here: Green Indigo Guesthouse

Looking for more options in Cleveland? Check out this post: The Best Airbnbs and Vacation Rentals in Cleveland, Ohio

Best glamping spots in Ohio

Lastly, let's talk about glamping in Ohio! These glamorous camping spots include yurts in all corners of the state that you can rent on Airbnb.

1. The Hummingbird Yurt

Hummingbird Yurt
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Location: Logan, Ohio (Hocking Hills)

Price range: Under $275 per night

This luxury yurt is designed for a relaxing weekend getaway. Perfect for a couple, the yurt contains a queen-size bed, electric fireplace, kitchenette, and modern bathroom. You’ll also have access to all the comforts of home including a TV and WiFi.

Outside, you will enjoy a private back deck with a hot tub and BBQ grill. There’s a common game room on the property with a pool table, shuffleboard, darts, and more.

Nestled in Ohio’s Hocking Hills, this yurt is located on a stunning 21 acre property with many hiking and walking trails. Many caves and nature reserves are nearby to explore as well.

Book here: The Hummingbird Yurt

Note: There's a second identical yurt on this property called the Cardinal Yurt, too, in case the first one is booked up.

2. Yurt glamping at Rustic Retreat

Rustic Retreat Yurt
Photo credit: Airbnb listing

Location: Xenia, Ohio

Price range: Under $75 per night

You don’t have to give up all the comforts of home to go camping. You can still enjoy a rustic retreat in nature along with plenty of amenities when you stay in this glamping yurt in the woods.

The yurt has one queen-size bed, kitchenette, and a sitting area. Outside, you will enjoy a private outdoor shower, fire pit, and outdoor dining area. There is a shared swimming pool with guests staying in the nearby yurts.

Nearby you’ll find many outdoor activities including kayaking, hiking, and mountain biking at Caesar Creek State Park, Spring Valley Wildlife Area, and the Ohio to Erie Trail.

Book here on Airbnb: Rustic Retreat Yurt

NOTE: There are several yurts to book at this spot!

3. Glamping in wine country

Glamping in a Tentrr site
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Location: Madison, Ohio

Price per night: Under $125 per night

This private glamping site is located in a beautiful wooded area just minutes away from hiking, canoeing, and kayaking at Grand River. There are several wineries nearby, and the beaches of Lake Erie are easily accessible as well.

This site is perfect for anyone looking to disconnect, as the campsite is off the grid with no electricity of WiFi and limited cell phone service. There’s a large tent with a queen-size bed, as well as an additional pop-up tent that can fit up to 5 people. Guests have access to an outdoor camp shower and toilet.

Book it here: Glamping site in wine country

4. Entire Yurt Camp

Yurt Camp
Photo credit: Airbnb listing

Location: Swanton, Ohio

Price range: Under $675 per night

If you have a large group, why not rent your own private yurt camp? The yurt camp at Eco Camp can sleep up to 16 guests in the winter, and 24 guests in the summer (based on yurt availability). Each yurt has comfortable beds and a seating area.

Outside, you’ll have access to a stove, pizza oven, and BBQ grill. There’s also a fire pit and plenty of outdoor seating.

You can rest and relax while getting back to nature at camp, or take part in any number of outdoor activities. There are plenty of things to do, including swimming in the camp’s pond, hiking nearby trails, biking, and kayaking on the Maumee River.

Book here: Yurt Camp


There you have it! My picks of the best Airbnbs and vacation rentals in Ohio for all travel styles and budgets.

Which of these Ohio vacation rentals would you most like to stay in?

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