AirBnB's to check out if you're in town -From an abandoned plane to a REAL gingerbread house: The most bizarre Airbnb properties in the world

Posted by Danielle Raymond on

It is the accommodation site that has changed the way we spend the night.

And, clearly, part of Airbnb's international appeal is the wide variety of properties it offers - as some of its more unusual listings have proved, this week.

Many of the platform's quirkier options have raised eyebrows for their unconventional approach to hospitality, ranging from a real gingerbread home in Hawaii to a cute cabin in Iceland.

One of the most leftfield choices, however, is definitely a grounded plane in Western France.

Based in Saint-Michel-Chef-Chef, the renovated craft can accommodate up to four people and comes equipped with a kitchen, toilet and shower for maximum comfort.  

Another option for the adventurous is a gingerbread cottage in Makawao, Hawaii, which Jimi Hendrix once stayed in while filming Rainbow Bridge in 1970.

A studio property, it comes with a kitchenette (toaster oven, microwave, coffee maker, counter-top burners, full sized fridge) and spacious bathroom with a large custom-built, tiled shower.  

The interior is also lined with cedar on the inside to offer a 'delightful' scent upon arrival. 

Clearly a popular place to stay, it has amassed an average rating of five stars over 184 reviews, with plenty of positive feedback. 


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