You could go down the rabbit hole of endless listings, or you could start with the top pick in your destination of choice. These highly-rated getaways won't disappoint.
This rental in Loxley is located on a livestock ranch, meaning you can experience everything a real farm has to offer. But if you miss city life, don't worry: It's only 17 miles from restaurants and shops.
Outside of the quaint town of Hope is this charming cabin called "Moose Mountain Retreat." Why? Apparently, those big animals are common here. The homeowners recommend taking in the spectacular views as you sit by the fire pit and roast marshmallows.
This mid-century modern home is located in old Phoenix, which means it's surrounded by mature trees and has a hip and fun vibe. The vibrant interior color choices and lanterns hanging from the trees on the back patio certainly fit the theme.
If you want a relaxing lake vacation, this home that sits on Lake Hamilton in Hot Springs National Park is a steal. Plus, the boathouse rooftop deck is the ultimate happy hour spot, where you can take in the sun setting over the lake.
Calling all book worms: This Pacific Grove studio was once owned by author John Steinbeck. Today, the 1920s architecture and masculine yet romantic decor makes it a quirky rental for a pair looking for a romantic getaway.
If you chose this state for the mountain views, you'll love this Silverthorne home that has a wrap-around deck with exceptional views of Summit Country. Or, if you're in town during the winter, you can snuggle up in front of the gas fireplace.
Even though this cabin is super modern, it's very close to historic towns like Stony Creek and Guilford. If you want to stay close to home, there's a pond out back — or you can take a short walk to Shell Beach.
Anyone who wants to beach hop should snatch up this Milton rental: It's a five minute drive to Lewes and a 10 minute drive to Rehoboth. Inside, the homeowner has chosen bright and happy colors which will help you stay in the vacation mindset.
In the middle of the Key Deer National Wildlife Refuge on the island of Big Pine Key sits this secluded cabin. It's the only home on a full acre of pine and is any nature lover's paradise. Clearly, even Bambi wants to stay there.
This hidden treehouse gem is just outside of Atlanta and was recently named Airbnb's most wished-for listing worldwide — and we can see why. It consists of three separate rooms that are connected by rope bridges and is filled with whimsical personality.
In the rainforest in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is this treehouse that hangs from Ohia trees. It has a Bali style structure and is two levels tall, offering enough room to sleep two people comfortably for a night you certainly won't forget.
This country home offers a peaceful getaway from the world, while still being only minutes away from the nearby town of Ammon. The garden out back is lush and features a bench where you can sit and think or read a book.
While the outside of this home in Chicago is unassuming (it used to be a Prohibition era distillery), it's modern and unique inside. It has an open concept, professional kitchen and even a Japanese soaking tub.
If you want to feel like you went back in time, this log cabin in Bedford, built in the 1800s, is as close as you can get. Even the inside is decorated with antiques that are rich with history.
This Prairie-style brick home was built in 1910 by a tile manufacturer who used his own supplies to construct it. Today, it's a grand structure that's located in Boone, a historic railroad town that's only a short drive away from bustling Des Moines.
"The Little House" in Yoder was built in the 1800s and is located in the middle of a small, welcoming Amish community. The homeowners recommend taking a buggy ride or visiting the restaurants within walking distance of the home.
Even though this home in Springfield used to be a horse barn, you'd hardly guess it based on the lively interior. There are several nearby wineries that you can enjoy by day, then settle in for a sunset over the panoramic views.
This historic Italiante "shotgun" house in the Bywater district of New Orleans was built by a riverboat captain in 1850. It has since been restored and can sleep up to four people.
Want to talk about quaint? These homeowners, located in the town of Yarmouth, welcome guests to pick a bouquet, some peas or even a bowl of blueberries from their garden.
Off the western shore of Deale's Chesapeake Bay is this country home on a private and peaceful acre of land. During the warmer months guests can swim, sunbath and kayak.
You don't see round cottages very often, which is what makes this Santarella Estate Berkshires rental so special. The two-story home has a canopy bed inside that looks like something straight out of Sleeping Beauty.
This custom timber-frame cabin in Ellsworth was built by the homeowners and is located in the middle of a cherry orchard. You can access a romantic sleeping loft by ladder to take in the famous northern night skies.
This historic home, built in 1900 and located in the Arts District of Minneapolis, is cute as can be from the outside — but it's the hot tub room on the inside that you'll love the most.
This charming 1939 cottage is located in the Belhaven area of Jackson, which was ranked one of the top 10 neighborhoods of 2014. You can see what all the fuss is about from the comfort of a sunny yellow bedroom.
Dubbed "The Burrow," this St. Louis home offers a suite close to all of the attractions, including Forest Park, the zoo and an art museum. Even better: Up to four guests can fit in this cute cottage.
If you want the quintessential Montana experience, look no further: This lodge was built in the 1970s and sits on 40 acres that are backed up against the Helena National Forest. No nearby visitors, just quiet Mother Nature.
Located just minutes from downtown Omaha, this historic home is calm, yet charming on the inside and out. The neighborhood also happens to be the birthplace of Gerald Ford and has oldest golf course in the state.
Forget Las Vegas: This studio located in Incline Village is just a short walk away from Lake Tahoe. The home also comes with a private wrap-around porch with views of the water, and you'll have access to a double kayak.
We think this historic 1920 home called "The Doll House" was perfectly named, from the big front porch with a swinging bench to the antique-covered interior. If you get restless you can explore nearby Plymouth, where there are restaurants and shops.
Even though this state is the most densely populated, you'll be able to relax when you visit this farmhouse in Moorestown, located on a full acre of land. The vintage decor, front porch swing and nearby farmers market makes it a score.
If you want to go totally off the grid, you've got to stay in this Earthship community home in Taos. The "nest" is all about sustainable living and even harvests its own water, power, heating and cooling.
This Southhampton cottage is modern, secluded and has it's very own private beach peninsula. The homeowner describes it as a little bit city and a little bit country — and it comes with everything you need for a beach weekend.
You'll be green with envy when you peek inside this newly renovated 1870 home in Wilmington. It's just a stroll away from the Riverwalk and lively Castle Antique District and the sleeping quarters comes with a private porch and fireplace.
Quaint and simple is how these homeowners describe their adorable blue abode in Bismarck. It's within walking distance of downtown and is even pet friendly — so your rental fee includes your dog's lodging!
If you want to stay in the heart of trendy Cleveland Heights, this charming home, located directly across from an artisanal bakery and spa, is your best bet. It's just a block away from Shaker Lakes, where you can bike, walk or run.
You'll feel like you're somewhere tropical when you approach the boardwalk in front of this Oklahoma City home. It's called "The Bamboo Inn" and is located in an eclectic and bohemian part of the city.
"The Beacon Cabin" sits on more than 40 acres of breathtaking vineyard views in the heart of Yamhill-Carlton wine country. The home has a wraparound porch and a grill so you can stay in or go out for a pinot-filled dinner.
This stone-covered cottage in Philadelphia offers a cozy environment in a busy city, complete with a garden from which guests can pick their own fruits and veggies. Plus, the home is close to public transportation for all your sight-seeing needs.
This 1842 home is (naturally) located in the historic district of Warren and is filled with character and local art. It's a 15 minute walk away from the water and guarantees a culture-filled stay.
Charleston is all about big porches, and this lowcountry rental doesn't disappoint. The peaceful spot offers access to tons of outdoor activities (think: canoeing and biking), but is also just a few minutes from downtown.
This cabin is located near Nemo (a small mountain town) and is close to tourist attractions, but offers a reprieve from it all when you want to unwind. Inside, lofted cathedral ceilings and a stone fireplace are almost as beautiful as the natural surroundings.
When in the music city of Nashville, why not try something new — like living in a tiny house. Even though it's small, it has a full kitchen and bathroom and can accommodate an impressive four guests.
This 2,400-square-foot home may have its own personal theater, three bedrooms, and sit just a short walking distance from downtown Austin, but the real reason to book this rental is its backyard. There's a massive pool, a hot tub with remote-controlled jets, and a grotto that could compete with the Playboy Mansion's.
$950 per night, Airbnb
Minutes from Park City's busiest area, including ski lifts and restaurants, this studio cottage offers a romantic escape from busy outdoor days. You also have views of the town and slops from the porch or (on chillier visits) the living room.
This log cabin-style home in Brattleboro offers walking and cycling trails as close as your doorstep. Whether you want to go leaf peeping in the fall or skiing in the winter, this cottage is a cozy way to experience it all.
Though this house is tiny, the homeowners say it's full of personality — starting with the deep red exterior. Located in Accomac, the rural cottage is nestled amongst all of nature's glory, including farms, marshes and creeks.
This funky, yet romantic houseboat is everything you'd expect from a Seattle rental. It's called "The Rutabaga" and offers a once-in-a-lifetime experience of overlooking Lake Union as you sleep.
Once a barn, this converted home in Seneca Rocks is now an ideal getaway for animal lovers, since you'll be neighbors with goats and chickens. You'll even get a free wake-up call from a rooster.
This log home in Door Country is located in the middle of a forest of maple trees (swoon) and is a quick drive to Potawatomi State Park and the nearby town of Sturgeon Bay.
Mountain view? Check. Western-style cabin? Check. This home is the epitome of country, is located near the town of Cody and just a 50 mile drive from Yellowstone National Park.