With the COVID-19 pandemic keeping more people traveling within the state of Minnesota, and as the summer travel season approaches, here's the most "wish-listed" Airbnb in the state.
Airbnb, the short-term rental website, released a list of the most "wish-listed" rentals in each state back in January, saying the NE Mpls. Magic Studio at the Wolf House is the top "wish-listed" spot in Minnesota.
The Airbnb listing says it's located at the "infamous Wolf House" in the Northeast Minneapolis Arts District. The one-bedroom home has three beds and 1.5 beds (big enough for four guests) and is painted with murals and covered with rocks.
"You will feel like you are in another incredibly cozy world," the listing states, noting it's $214/night.
Here's a look inside:
The Wolf House
Airbnb said it identified a new trend of "wish list wunderlust" as Americans daydream about the day when they can travel regularly, prompting the company to release the most wish-listed unique stays from 2020.
If you're looking for a driveable place to vacation this summer, here are the most "wish-listed" Airbnbs in neighboring states:
- Lamppost 15 in Bismark, North Dakota: a two-bedroom, one-bathroom home with a secret room that sleeps six.
- Rural Coon Rapids Cabin in Bayard, Iowa: a six-bedroom, four-bathroom house that sleeps 16 and is surrounded by Whiterock Conservancy's wilderness.
- Cabin at Green Mountain in Deadwood, South Dakota: a two-bedroom, two-bathroom house that sleeps six in a tiny mountain town in the Boxelder Creek valley.
- Off-Grid Inn in Fall Creek, Wisconsin: a one-bedroom, one-bathroom home that sleeps up to three in a cabin that's designed to "immerse you in the forest."
You can see the full list of the 50 most wish-listed rentals here.