Whether it’s a yurt in the middle of the Blue Ridge Mountains or a private guesthouse just a few miles off the Las Vegas strip, people around the country are drawn to uniquely secluded or practically affordable Airbnb listings.
Airbnb users have the option to put listings on their “wish lists,” where they can save them to come back to as a future accommodations option or as a symbolic maneuver for out-of-reach locations that they’d like to book someday.
Using data provided by Airbnb, we compiled a list of the most-wished for Airbnb listings in each state.
While some drew far more attention than others, many of them share a common theme of seclusion, easy access to the nearby wilderness and unique architecture. Many Airbnb users appear to have the desire to get off the grid—whether that’s by climbing up to a loft in a tall tower that is surrounded by 160 acres of private land in Oregon, or spending the evening in a tree house just outside of Atlanta.
Another major draw for Airbnb users is affordable options near large metropolitan areas like New York City and Philadelphia.
For those looking for anything from a secluded log cabin with no running water in Wyoming to a Los Angeles guesthouse with private pool access, each of these most-shared listings reflect a mindset or aesthetic that travelers may be aiming to achieve on their journeys.