Netflix ‘Stay Here’ Rentals: How to Find the Listings to Book Your Next Trip
Short-term rentals are an excellent way to travel. Not only do they offer more bang for your buck, but they also offer unique experiences that hotels simply cannot offer. Netflix’s new series, Stay Here caters to Airbnb culture in a unique way through renovation, design, and business. On the show, interior designer extraordinaire Genevieve Gorder and real estate expert Peter Lorimer renovate and design short-term rental properties all over the country and help teach the owners to operate and manage their short-term rentals — all while viewers drool over the listings and dream up their next vacation.
Want to stay in one of the short-term rentals on Netflix’s Stay Here? Here’s how to rent out the Seattle Lakeside Lovenest, Austin SoCo Poolhouse, Palm Springs Time Machine, and other Airbnb rentals from the series.
Seattle Lakeside Lovenest
Location: Seattle, Washington
Rate: $300 per night
Netflix introduced the new series with the Seattle Lakeside Lovenest. On the first episode, Genevieve and Peter headed to Seattle, Washington to help the owners of a teal and green houseboat on Lake Union. When they got there, the boat needed lots of work — including new paint, appliances, and outdoor seating. With help from Genevieve and Peter, the owners got their dream short-term rental that captures Seattle design and style beautifully.
Want to stay here (pun intended)? The Seattle Lakeside Lovenest is currently listed on Airbnb for $300 per night.
The Beach House on Malibu Road
Location: Malibu, California
Rate: $1,500 per night
Malibu is without a doubt one of the best places to stay in Southern California. It’s luxury meets bohemian vibes is unlike any other place and the views from Malibu Road are out of this world. On Stay Here, Genevieve and Peter help the owner of The Beach House on Malibu Road turn her part-time, short-term rental into a home that guests can enjoy during the summer, and she can enjoy in the winter. From the swinging chairs — and stunning views — on the deck to the gorgeous kitchen perfect for dinner parties, this Airbnb rental is one of the best places to stay in Malibu.
Book The Beach House on Malibu Road on Airbnb for $1,500 per night.
Austin SoCo Poolhouse
Location: Austin, Texas
Rate: $226 per night
Planning a trip to Austin? Stay in the newly renovated Austin SoCo Poolhouse. Featured on Netflix’s Stay Here, this Austin getaway is the ultimate spot to stay for poolside, and barbecue hangs. The three-bedroom house features a fun game room with a vintage PacMan console, a resort-worthy pool with a cabana and barbecue area, and a funky, Austin-style mural for all your social media moments.
Book the Austin SoCo Poolhouse for $226 per night on Airbnb.
Yellow Block BnB
Location: Brooklyn, New York
Rate: $900 per night
Brooklyn, New York is one of the most buzz-worthy places to stay right now. But, New York City hotel prices are out of this world. Luckily, the owner of Yellow Block BnB in Bed-Stuy wants short-term rental guests to experience the rich culture Brooklyn has to offer at a fraction of the price. The eight-bedroom, five-bathroom authentic Brooklyn brownstone is unlike any other short-term rental in the area and a must-stay for large groups.
Book the Yellow Block BnB for $900 per night (that’s $112 per room), here.
Location: Paso Robles, California
Rate: $250 per night
When Genevieve and Peter first met the owners of Vintage Ranch, they needed a lot of help in both the home decor and business sides of short-term rentals. And, with a little help from the Stay Here team, they were more than ready to turn their vineyard guest house into a successful short-term rental. The one-bedroom guest house is perfect for a romantic getaway or a bridal suite for weddings on the property.
Book a stay at the beautiful Paso Robles, California getaway for $250 per night, here.
Hudson Carriage House
Location: Hudson, New York
Rate: $140 to $350 per night
Whether you’re an antique-lover or want to get away to beautiful upstate New York, the Hudson Carriage House is the short-term rental of your dreams. From shoppable furniture to Colonial-meets-modern decor, the three-bedroom (four beds), three bathrooms 1700s-era house embodies everything Hudson has to offer.
Palm Springs Time Machine
Location: Palm Springs, California
Rate: Starting at $1,000 per night
Go back in time to 1969 with the Palm Springs Time Machine. The incredible, mid-century style home features an authentic 1970s-era den — complete with shag carpet — colorful bedrooms, a cheerful kitchen area, and a backyard oasis that will transport you back in time to the epitome of Palm Springs living. Book this groovy short-term rental for $1,000 per night, here.
Note: The rental price on this luxury property varies depending on the time of year, events, and length of stay.
Location: Washington D.C.
Rate: $600 per night
If you’ve ever wondered what it’s like to sleep in a historic firehouse, now’s your chance. Featured on Stay Here, the DC Firehouse is a once in a lifetime experience for architecture and firehouse fans alike. Located in the Shaw neighborhood of Washington, D.C. the redbrick firehouse is rich in history with artifacts and pictures from its time of operation throughout.
Want to book a stay at the DC Firehouse? The historic abode is currently listed at $600 per night on Airbnb.
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