You Can Stay At A Swanky Cali Airbnb That's Actually A Converted Airstream

Located in Mill Valley, California lies a one-bedroom, one-bathroom Airstream you can rent on Airbnb. If you're unfamiliar with Airstreams, they're live-in trailers made of aircraft-grade aluminum. According to MotorBiscuit, Airstreams have been around since the 1930s, and about 60% to 70% of all Airstreams ever made are still around today. For those interested in purchasing an Airstream, prepare to pay somewhere between $36,000 to $149,000. If you aren't looking to shell out that type of cash, fear not! You can actually stay in the Mill Valley Airstream for $149 a night. This particular model was made in 1969, and has since been converted to accommodate guests.

Per the listing, the trailer encapsulates the spirit of the 1960s while offering the convenience of modern-day appliances. By renting the Airstream, you avoid the responsibilities of upkeeping the space (and trust us ... Airstreams require a lot of care). Now, let's take a peek at this unique, one-of-a-kind space.

An aluminum exterior amidst greenery

The Airstream, nicknamed The Haven, sits atop a wooden, three-level deck where you can sit back and relax in one of its colorful, retro-style chairs (via Airbnb). According to Conde Nast Traveler, the trailer is only minutes from the San Francisco Golden Gate Bridge, wine country, and other fun activities like a day at the beach, exploring the city via bicycle, and trying out local restaurants. It's worth mentioning that the Airstream is located in the host's backyard; however, there is just enough space between the two homes to ensure privacy for both parties.

For your entertainment, the property includes an outdoor dining table in front of the camper, a BBQ, and an imitation fireplace. If you're concerned about getting a sitter for your little ones while you're away, don't worry — this Airbnb is perfect for all ages, as the property comes with a tree fort for your kids to enjoy.

Enjoy the posh and retro interior

If you thought the outside of the trailer was cool, you're going to love the inside even more. The Airstream includes a queen-size bed that is located in its own private sector of the trailer, as seen in the listing on Airbnb. The rest of the interior is adorned with 1960s décor, including a cherry-red kitchenette, lava lamp, and dream catcher by the bed, says Conde Nast Traveler. The space also includes modern appliances, such as a mini-fridge and microwave. Additionally, the camper offers a full-sized bathroom.

For those of you that are curious about the history of the Airstream, Do It Yourself RV says the camper includes several Airstream history books you can flip through. After spending a night sleeping on thousand-thread-count sheets, wake up to breakfast, tea, and Peet's Coffee, courtesy of your gracious host. They also provide an information packet containing details about local sites and attractions to check out during your stay.