Chestnuts roasting on an open fire, Jack Frost nipping at your nose. From Croatia to Costa Rica, spend the festive season with Airbnb in listings that showcase warm fireplaces in unique living spaces.
Spend a weekend lounging in a 1970s Japanese-style chalet, or relax in a cabin overlooking the Smoky Mountains; these are just a few examples to give you a taste of what to expect from the four million homes listed on Airbnb that could have you indulging in some holiday cheer.
Originally a 1970s Japanese-style chalet, this home now features four bedrooms, sleeps up to 12 guests and is conveniently located near ski resorts in the area.
It’s going to be a hot winter down under, so instead of spending it by the fireplace, head out for a fun-filled beach day at the world-famous Bondi Beach, right across the road from this apartment.
Overlooking the Adriatic Sea, this lighthouse was first built in 1875 and then renovated in 2012. Sit in front of the fireplace and enjoy its heat during winter or look out at the endless sea during your stay.
This bright apartment has two bedrooms with wood furniture made by the host from recovered wooden beams. Have a great time and stay cozy with family and friends in front of the fireplace while temperatures drop.
As part of an active airplane hangar, this eclectically decorated space offers you a unique living experience while the fireplace can be easily lighted up to warm up cold nights.
Fantastic views of the Smoky Mountains await, along with jacuzzi tubs, air hockey table and a game room. With four master suites, there is enough room for everyone to cozy up around the living room.
This wooden home is built upon several pillars, lifting it to tree-level heights to prevent flooding from high tides while also adding a loft-like feeling to the place. There is also a mud oven on the patio that is fully functional.
Decorated with local artwork, wood and stone, this home has its own terrace suited for barbecues and an herb garden from which you can pick from to spice up your meals during your retreat.
Using recycled rosewood and tiles, this stunning property is both eco-friendly and tastefully designed. You will also find private forests and a waterfall as part of its luscious gardens.
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