These homes are truly magical.
You would never know by looking at it, but this rustic treehouse (available for rent on Airbnb) is actually nestled in the heart of Atlanta.
This fully-functional, 160-square-foot wagon resides in a Canadian forest and is made “out of mostly recycled materials using an 8-by-20 foot salvaged truck chassis for a base,” according to The Huffington Post.
Fact: The rest of this Siberian-style house in Novokuznetsk, Russia, looks equally as magical as this storybook bedroom.
Cabin in the Woods
Nestled in the Ozarks, the Big Cedar Lodge is a 1921 wilderness resort in Ridgedale, Missouri that has 161 comfy lodge rooms as well as private log cabins with fireplaces. Plus, guests can hike, bike, or take guided horseback rides on the 800-acre grounds.
If you’ve ever heard of The Old Woman Who Lived in a Shoe, then the idea of spending the night in this New Zealand boot will transport you right back to your childhood.
Round windows add charming details to this cordwood-style home in Wisconsin.
If you think that Neuschwanstein Castle probably looks like something out of a Disney movie, you wouldn’t be that far off: The Bavarian palace was the inspiration for Sleeping Beauty Castle at Disneyland, according to Wikipedia. Open to the public, it’s a popular tourist destination for those visiting Munich, Germany.
Part cabin, part treehouse, Château Hautefort , located in Nojals-et-Clotte, France, can accommodate up to six people.
This gypsy caravan in Cornwall, England, is available for overnight stays at $130 a night.
Okay, this one is a chapel and not a home, but it’s no less charming. And visitors to our Country Living Fair in Atlanta might be tickled to find out that this Memorial Chapel, located on the grounds of the picturesque Callaway Gardensin Pine Mountain, Georgia, is just a short drive away.