9 Unique Non-Airbnb, 420-Friendly Lodgings
When traveling as a cannabis tourist, it’s important to choose a location and lodging that is willing to accommodate your elevated lifestyle while still providing an excellent experience. And with the constant rise of legalization, there’s a growing number of fun and unique places to stay on AirBnB alternative sites such as Bud and Breakfast and TravelTHC.
Whether you want to relax, adventure, party, or explore, there are plenty of great options to meet both your cannabis and travel needs. Below, find nine exciting and incredibly unique cannabis-friendly lodgings across Colorado, Washington, Alaska, California, Oregon, and Maine.
Note: Prices listed may change over time.
Location: Soldotna, Alaska
Cost per night: $99 – $350
In the breathtaking wilderness of Alaska lay seven private cabins only a half mile from the Kenai River. Trails, lakes, fresh and saltwater fishing, and the serenity of nature surround these cozy cabins. There’s a good chance you’ll even spot a moose right outside your front door! Have your choice of rustic abodes or gather your squad and rent them all for the ultimate Alaskan rendezvous. Cannabis is provided by the hosts and smoking is permitted outside.
Location: Occidental, California
Cost per night: $185
If you’ve never stayed in a yurt before, consider having the unique experience in California surrounded by old growth redwoods on a private hillside. The location will keep you busy in the best possible way with nearby wineries, restaurants, kayaking, swimming, horseback riding, zip lining, and the Pacific Ocean only eight miles away. Smoking is permitted both inside and out.
Location: Black Hawk, Colorado
Cost per night: $999
Blue Sky Ranch will take your breath away with its extravagant and serene atmosphere. The scenery is so lovely that it even served as the filming location for Freaks of Nature: The Human Eclipse, on The Weather Channel. Extremely secluded, this private home offers gorgeous views of the Great Rocky Mountain Chain. In addition to the natural beauty, the home also offers luxury in the form of a fireplace, private hot tub, and—of course—a cannabis-friendly atmosphere. Guests are invited to vape as they please inside and smoke as much as they’d like outside while gazing at towering, majestic mountains.
Location: Georgetown, Colorado
Cost per night: $199
This stunning chalet in Colorado sits right along a babbling creek with a path leading into town. The interior is modern and extremely comfortable, with an open loft that features a queen-size bed next to an outdoor balcony and a wall of windows. The location puts you right in position for all sorts of fun, including nightlife adventures, ice fishing, restaurants, live entertainment, the Georgetown Railroad and Mine Tour, skiing, art galleries, and more! Cannabis is provided as a welcome gift to all guests and can be smoked inside or out.
Location: Morrison, Colorado
Cost per night: $300
If cannabis and music are your ultimate loves, this bed and breakfast—situated only five minutes from the famous Red Rocks Amphitheatre—is the perfect spot to make the most of your Colorado vacation. There are eight individual world-themed cottages available, with some offering private hot tubs. You can enjoy the best of Colorado’s herb, pop on over to Red Rocks with a quick and inexpensive Lyft ride, enjoy one of the best concerts of your life, and be home in no time for a packed bowl and peaceful stargazing from the hot tub. Cannabis is permitted and may be smoked both inside and out.
Location: Auburn, Maine
Cost per night: $245
Stay in Maine at this historic family estate tailored for your relaxation. The unique abode features a suite with king-size bed, separate private living space with pull-out couch, and private shower and tub. In addition, guests can enjoy 24/7 access to the indoor pool, hot tub, and spa. This modern mansion sits on 16 acres and nearby conservation lands—all of which are open for you to explore. Start your day with a complimentary continental breakfast before lighting up; cannabis can be enjoyed inside, outside, and in the lounge.
Location: Portland, Oregon
Cost per night: $105
Hidden by hazelnut orchards is the lovely Tender Bud Acres nestled on a micro-farm in Oregon. During the day, take advantage of the serene location by exploring Willamette Valley’s wineries, waterfalls, water spots, and hiking. In the evening, settle in to your cozy and updated accommodations with a fire outside or inside. Firewood is provided, and your host will even help you tend it if you prefer not to get your hands dirty. Cannabis is provided by the hosts and smoking is permitted outside.
Location: Monroe, Washington
Cost per night: $225
If you were hoping to stay in an actual treehouse amongst Washington’s colossal evergreens, you won’t be disappointed! As an answer to all our childhood fancies, PotLeaf Treehouse is an actual home built up in the trees. The cozy treetop cabin sleeps two with a lovely skylight. With an outdoor shower, well-maintained outhouse, onsite fire pit, and an outdoor hot tub overlooking the countryside, guests are in for a truly unique experience. Cannabis is permitted to be smoked inside and outside, and a vaporizer is provided if desired.
Location: Millwood, Washington
Cost per night: $420
Truly one for the books, this outrageous home is as funky inside as it is outside. With twists and turns, spiral staircases, round rooms, hidden rooms, and floating beds, the house is reminiscent of the Weasleys’ burrow in Harry Potter. Magical or not, there’s a lot to love about this spot, including a wood-fired jacuzzi, lighthouse, and rooftop views of the surrounding mountains. Accommodating up to 32 people at once, the home is located close to dispensaries and beautiful waterfalls, making it the perfect place to gather with a group of friends or family (even Fido is welcome!) for a one-of-a-kind vacation. Cannabis is allowed to be consumed in any format, inside or out, and the hosts can also provide it upon request.
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