If it seems like AirBnB is everyone's favorite new way to travel, there's some truth to that. The website features over 550,000 homes in cities around the world. Curious to find out how many AirBnB options are out there in the Lone Star State, we trolled the site to find out.
Villa Terlingua Entire Home w/view, Big Bend National Park, $375 per night/$2,200 per week
Located just eight miles outside of the west gate of Big Bend National Park, this gorgeous limestone home includes seven rooms and sports a view of the Chisos Mountains. Wow.
Downtown Dallas Loft, Dallas, $105 per night
Smack dab in the city's upscale downtown scene, this loft can accommodate three, making it a great option for a place to stay with friends. It’s within two blocks of the Dallas Public Transportation system and tons of music and entertainment options.
Historic Galveston with great views, Galveston, $125 per night
This historic Galveston home features original 1920s craftsmanship and can accommodate up to six people. There are two upstairs balconies, and guests can walk to the beach.
Cozy, bright lofted studio, Austin, $100 per night
This eclectic studio sits right next to the homeowner's space. It resembles an upscale campsite, complete with dinnerware, A/C or heat, and a washer and dryer. This place is great for a quick weekend trip to the city dedicated to keeping it weird.
Casa Tierra Alta, San Antonio, $107
Just a few miles from The River Walk, this space is located behind a 1910 Craftsman bungalow. Guests enjoy a separate living room, a queen-size bed and a full private bathroom.
Fantastic Beach Condo, South Padre Island, $200 per night
This condo lies within walking distance of the sandy shores of South Padre. With all the standard living amenities, plus a pool and hot tub, this condo can accommodate up to six guests.