Texas is without a doubt a Western vacation hotspot. With Austin, Houston, Dallas, Fort Worth, and small towns for weekend getaways, Texas is basically a cowgirl’s dream vacation. These Texas Airbnbs are not only Western, but totally fabulous.
Price (per night): $123
Located just outside of Waco, the Silo House at Laughing Llama Farms is equally adorable and practical. It has its own private entrance, along with a grill, covered patio, and plenty of rocking chairs for lounging outdoors. Being on a llama farm, guests get endless views of both llamas and sheep, and the farm even has a fishing pond!
Price (per night): $149
This Texas Airbnb is just what it sounds like: a mining ruin. This owner created an Airbnb from 100-year-old mining ruins. If you’re looking for history, this place has it.
Plus, guests get an amazing view of both Big Bend National Park and the towering Chisos Mountains.
Price (per night): $198
If you’re looking for a unique stay and some great photo opps, this place has both! This angular cottage is close to downtown Bastrop, but its woodsy surroundings and 67 acres will have you thinking you’re in the middle of nowhere, in the best way. The six hiking trails on the property will totally bring out your natural side.
Price (per night): $208
Wimberley, Texas, is the small town you’ve always wanted to visit, and this Texas Airbnb filled with artifacts gives you five acres right nearby! This cottage is smack dab in the middle of Central Texas Hill Country and right along the Blanco River, making for amazing views and activities. The home even supplies kayaks and tubes for all your river adventures.
Price (per night): $100
Let’s be real: Airstreams are kind of Western hippie dream homes, and this one is perfect for any cowgirl’s getaway. The retro finishings, decor, and colors make this Texas Airbnb a whimsical as can be.
Price (per night): $167
Ever head of a barndominium? This “barndominium treehouse,” as the owners call it, is located on six acres in San Marcos. It’s two stories with a second-floor deck and some quirky-cool decor. This place is perfect if you’re into natural light; it has 40 windows!
Price (per night): $250
Ryder’s Treehouse one really is a treehouse… as in, in a tree. It’s located on an 800 acre working ranch in Baird and features a spiral staircase, lit walkways, a hammock, and a fire pit fit for four! The ranch atmosphere gives guests the chance to partake in horseback riding and fishing during their stay.
Price (per night): $74
Tiny living, here we come! Whether you want to test out tiny living or you’re a small-space expert, this Waco Airbnb is the perfect vacation spot. It’s fully upgraded with modern fixtures and appliances, and it’s got more room than you think; there’s a full-size shower, living area, bedroom, and even a rooftop deck.
Price (per night): $295
Now this is what we call a barn! If you’re one to miss barn vibes on vacation, just stay in one. Let’s just establish, though, that this is no ordinary barn: it’s fully furnished with everything from a dining room set to chandeliers to a flatscreen T.V. And, that’s not even the best part: the property has a 300-acre olive orchard, a lake for fishing, and it’s just a stone’s throw away from Round Top!
Price (per night): $395
More of a modern cowgirl? This solar-powered Airbnb in West Texas is surrounded by nature, which if easy to view from the huge windows! And if you want to go off-campus, it’s less than half an hour away from the Chinati Hot Springs!.
Price (per night): $245
Treehouses are just too exquisite not to feature. This Little Forest Hills treehouse is full of floor-to-ceiling windows and rustic Western decor. It’s the epitome of a forest getaway with its lush trees and nearby babbling brook.