While resort vacations will always have their charm, there’s just something about heading to the countryside and reconnecting with the great outdoors. From modern to rustic, we’re sharing three quaint bunkie rentals from around the world that are sure to inspire your next getaway. Which one would you pick?
In the heart of wine country awaits this charming cabin with views of vineyards and rolling hay fields. A sweet little patio set up out front under two mature trees and twinkling lights offers a romantic ambiance, perfect for any couple looking to escape.
From $229 per night.
Inside, a plaster effect on the walls creates a cozy and rustic-yet-refined feel.
The bed is right next to the sitting area, and a sliding barn door hides the bathroom in style when it’s not in use.
There’s also a kitchenette against a wall of windows and a dining area to its left.
For the adventurous traveler, this hideout made entirely out of bamboo is situated riverside among rice fields far from the main city. It’s a true off-the-grid retreat in the heart of a Balinese village.
From $240 per night.
There aren’t any doors so the main floor living space has a spectacular indoor-outdoor feel to it.
The kitchen overlooks the river, and the cabinetry and shelving is also made out of bamboo.
The bedroom is at the peak of the A-frame, complete with bamboo-framed windows, walls and flooring.
Nestled in the garden of a New Zealand home, this mod studio-style bunkie exudes a minimal and clean design aesthetic.
From $49 per night.
Black-framed doors open onto a porch, offering an indoor-outdoor feel. There’s also an outdoor dining table right next to the bunkie for enjoying meals alfresco.