This Airstream Was Transformed Into an Amazing Weekend Retreat!

Are you on the hunt for a a relaxing weekend retreat? If you love nature and Airstream trailers, we may have found the perfect place! About a 40 minute drive from Austin, Texas lies the small town of Wimberly. Here you will find Dixie Daisy, a lovingly outfitted Airstream available for rent through Airbnb.

The rental belongs to Jennifer, an art teacher, and Gregory, a custom wood maker, who have turned this average looking Airstream into a luxury retreat in the forest.

There’s an outdoor hot tub for relaxing complete with a string of lights to set the mood.

After your soak step into the custom built outdoor shower.

Chill on the wooden deck outside the front of door, or dine alfresco on the provided patio furniture.

Inside the Airstream you will find a full kitchen with everything you need including dishes and utensils. Jennifer and Gregory even stock the fridge with fresh eggs and local coffee!

There is a small desk  and a comfortable couch to sit back and relax.

The bed is soft, with an antique iron frame and a queen size mattress.

The inside bathroom has a small shower and toilet.

What do you think? Does this sound like the ultimate relaxing retreat?

The Airstream accommodates 2 and rents for $130 night. Check out the listing on Airbnb and make a reservation today!

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