You Can Mingle With Alpacas And Llamas At This Airbnb Treehouse
What would you say if we told you that you could now wake up in a treehouse surrounded by bamboo, llamas and alpacas?
There are two sets of accommodation on the site which can be rented out separately - the 'alpaca treehouse' nestled in a towering bamboo forest and the 'llama cottage' located a little closer to the street - and both offer access to the farm's resident lodgers: two llamas and four alpacas. And they'll even pose for selfies.
Described on its page as "the #1 most Wish-Listed Airbnb in Atlanta", we reckon the only way you could beat this experience is by throwing Tom Hardy in the mix. And it seems that Hollywood has actually taken notice, too, as Kara's listing notes that Kevin (Probably) Saves The World and Treehouse Masters have both been filmed at the property.
"It's a place where people can come together and celebrate each other and are really happy," O'Brien told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. "That's something we didn't really expect when we started."
Superhost Kara turned her farm into at Airbnb business back in 2016 and since then it's become one of the most popular Airbnb listings in the world.
Fancy checking it out for yourself? The treehouse will set you back $375 (£300) per night while the cottage goes for $127 (£102), but if the 325 five-star reviews are anything to go by, it will be more than worth it.
"The Alpaca Bamboo Treehouse is one of the most unique places we've ever stayed. It was beautiful, romantic, peaceful and truly one of a kind gem," gushed one reviewer.
"The Alpaca Treehouse in the Bamboo Forest is a magical place! Expect to have a blast here! You'll wake up smiling and go to bed laughing about how much fun it is! It's simply wonderful! (Be sure to bring 3 bags of baby carrots for endless fun!" said another.
This guest was more than happy with the resident animals, saying: "The place is definitely one of the most, if not the most, amazing Airbnbs we have ever been to.
"The treehouse is beautiful with great amenities and thoughtful touches like wine, beer and snacks. And the alpacas and llamas are so cute, we got to interact with them and see them basically whenever we wanted."
The treehouse does tend to book up well in advance so this may require some prior planning, but guests who aren't lucky enough to book the property can still enjoy an Atlanta Llama Alpaca Experience for $50 (£40) per person.
*Logs onto Skyscanner immediately*
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