Go Off the Grid with these Top 5 Airbnb Stays
In our fast-paced and busy world, it’s often difficult to shut down, relax, and just be in the moment—free from technology. We are constantly on the go, but we all need times to recharge and remember the simple and most important things in life. Although there are many ways to take this time, a good way is to go off the grid for a weekend. Through Airbnb, you can truly get away from the world for even just a day—and chances are, it won’t take you long to get there.
Is an eco-friendly home tugging at your heartstrings? Do you need a great escape? Look no further. This Earthship home offers the ultimate retreat set within the high desert of Taos. If you’ve been considering whether to go Earthship for your own housing option, this is where you’ll discover how to live in a sustainable and recyclable home—a test-drive if you will! Don’t be mistaken, however, if you feel the need to come back to civilization, Wi-Fi and Netflix are only a touch away.
Few things are cooler than sleeping in a geometric building. Located three miles Northeast of Taos and reminiscent of a Lord of the Rings bungalow, you’ll find the perfect place to unwind. Modern amenities await you, albeit in a unique and quirky way. It features a composting toilet, free range chickens, and charming eclectic décor. With consistent five-star ratings, this is one getaway you’ll be happy you made time for.
Looking for more of a camping experience? You’ll find it tucked away in the Enchanted Forest, three miles East of Red River. A 1.25 mile hike up to the structure, a quaint and simple structure awaits you. Although there’s no modern amenities, you’ll be sure to get in touch with nature with no distractions and stunning views. Be sure to hike or mountain bike through the many forest trails and discover the beauty of the Red River area.
Sleep under the stars in this rare desert retreat located near Cerrillos at Ampersand Sustainable Learning Center. Get a true camping experience and explore the 39 acres of beautiful high desert and sandstone outcroppings. Perfect for the summer, and weather dependent in other seasons. You’ll want to check the weather before booking, as the tipi is not entirely closed and temperatures can get low at night.
Does a 1954 Silver Dome travel trailer sound like your cup of tea? This vintage-style getaway makes for a unique travel experience perfect for anyone in need of a change of pace. Feast your eyes on gorgeous mountain views minutes from Taos—the ultimate low-budget hideaway. Even though it’s equipped with internet access, you’ll find yourself in a tranquil setting without need for constant connection.