NJ Airbnb ready for vacation, travel as COVID restrictions lift

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People are eager to travel again — Airbnb is ready for them. As COVID travel restrictions and social distancing measures lift, more and more New Jersey residents are ready to pack their bags and head out on a vacation. And for those who want to get away but stay in-state, […]

People are eager to travel again — Airbnb is ready for them.

As COVID travel restrictions and social distancing measures lift, more and more New Jersey residents are ready to pack their bags and head out on a vacation. And for those who want to get away but stay in-state, Airbnbs are an easy and inviting option.

For almost two years we have been isolated. Locked inside our homes for work, school and play.

We canceled trips, vacations and celebrations. We are ready to get out and celebrate. We are looking to make plans, visit loved ones and travel again. 

Here are eight unique Airbnbs you can book now for a quick (or long) getaway.

Cedar Lake Treehouse, Denville

Cedar Lake Treehouse in Denville woods.

If a serene and secluded stay is what you’re looking for, head to Cedar Lake Treehouse. This unique Airbnb is nestled in the woods and located on Cedar Lake for the ultimate nature-lover experience, with two decks to take in the views of the surrounding area. You can even see part of the Manhattan skyline from the top deck.

The treehouse is surrounded by peace and quiet and is an ideal place to walk, jog, bike and hike. It is a cozy home for up to four guests. It has one bedroom with two beds and one bathroom. This Airbnb also has close access to downtown Denville, where you can shop, explore and dine. It is available to book for the end of August and September.

  • Sleeps: 4
  • Amenities: WiFi, washer, dryer, free parking
  • Minimum stay: 13 nights
  • Rates from: $157 per night

Hippy Hut, East Windsor

An outdoor firepit and grass couch outside the Hippy Hut in East Windsor.

As described in its Airbnb listing, the Hippy Hut is “unexpected” and “unlike any other.” The hut is small but exciting, with a new experience and surprise around every corner. You will not be bored during this stay — the hut comes with board games, hammocks, a grass couch, fires inside or outside and several road trip attractions nearby. And to really give you the “hippy” experience, the hut also comes with an outhouse, a camping stove and a heated outdoor shower. Not to mention, a happy coup of chickens will provide fresh eggs every morning.

Hippy Hut in East Windsor offers a unique experience to Airbnb travelers.

This is a great trip for up to four friends, with a futon, a couch, sleeping pads and air mattresses. It is available to book for September.

  • Sleeps: 4
  • Amenities: kitchen, pets allowed, sound system, free parking
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Rates from: $183 per night

Historic Waterfall Cabin, Vernon Valley

Historic Waterfall Cabin in Vernon Valley surrounded by nature trails and waterfalls.

The Historic Waterfall Cabin is located along a babbling stream with its own private hiking trails to beautiful waterfalls. With two bedrooms and two bathrooms, this cozy cabin is roomy enough for a small group. The house is located five minutes away from a number of attractions, including Mountain Creek Resort, Warwick Drive-In Movie Theater, the Appalachian Trail, goat yoga, horse riding and more.

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