Yes, you read that correctly. Once again, Airbnb has delivered to us something that we didn’t know we needed until we saw it — the chance to live inside an oversized potato for a week.
When you think about it, why wouldn’t you want to spend your precious out-of-office time cocooned inside of a potato? I’m calling it now: The potato-tox getaway is the new digital-detox getaway.
For #EarthDay a 6 ton Idaho Potato has been officially recycled as an #Airbnb, now called the #BigIdahoPotatoHotel At this #grandopening! @kristiemaewolfe has been extremely successful with her tiny homes @MissIdaho @ninaaforest @BigIdahoPotato pic.twitter.com/dnsRykNcsG— Idaho® Potatoes (@IdahoPotato) April 22, 2019
For just $200 a night, the Big Idaho Potato Hotel, which sits on 400 acres of land in Idaho, could be all yours — but you’ll have to wait until June. Since being listed on Airbnb, it’s already been booked out for the whole of April and May. What’s more, it has a nomadic background. The website states, “This is the original potato that traveled countless miles across the country for the Idaho Potato Commission on the back of a semi truck!” (If you’re trying to work out exactly what the purpose of a giant, hollow, traveling potato is, you’re not alone).
Did we mention that the interior is incredibly cozy? I never knew that a potato could be so trendy, it seems more like something straight off Pinterest. Think think plush chairs, rustic-vibes, parquet flooring, and cute greenery. We don’t know about you, but we’d never want to leave.
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