Hotels

These are Airbnb’s most wish-listed homes of the past decade

Looking for travel inspo? Airbnb has released the list of its most desirable properties over the last 10 years.

Among them is a lodge shaped like a mushroom that looks as though it fell straight from Snow White and the Seven Dwarves, as well as a world-famous seashell-shaped house that you can escape to in Mexico.

But our personal favourite, which we’ll be adding to our own wish lists, has to be an exquisitely picturesque Tuscan villa in Montevarchi, surrounded by centuries-old oaks, olive groves and meadows.

Check them all out for yourself and let us know which one is your pick in the comments section below:

2019

Exception Property with Private Beach, Santa Catarina, Brazil

Wish-listed 275,862 times

2018

Hector Cave House, Santorini, Greece

Wish-listed 254,773 times

2017

White Breeze Apartment, Phuket, Thailand

Wish-listed 204,110 times

2016

Everview Suite, Cape Town, South Africa

Wish-listed 28,305 times

2015

Balian Treehouse, Bali, Indonesia

Wish-listed 271,887 times

2014

Cob Cottage, Mayne Island, Canada

Wish-listed 152,918 times

2013

The World Famous Seashell House, Isla Mujeres, Mexico

Wish-listed 235,803 times

2012

Off-The-Grid House, Pioneertown, California

Wish-listed 98,796 times

2011

Villa Near Florence, Tuscany, Italy

Wish-listed 3,686 times

All images supplied by Airbnb.

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