For your next vacation, how about staying in a giant potato? This unique Airbnb offering in South Boise, Idaho, is around $200 a night.
The Big Idaho Potato Hotel is a 28-foot long, 12-foot wide and 11.5-foot tall steel, plaster and concrete structure surrounded by 400 acres of quaint prairie farmland, The Irish Post reports.
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#Repost @idahopotatoes For #EarthDay a 6 ton Idaho Potato has been officially recycled as an Airbnb, now called the Big Idaho Potato Hotel! At this grand opening was also the launching of the Big Idaho Potato Truck Tour, 2.0, that has a new potato with the infamous #taterteam that will go across the U.S for it’s 8th year! @kristiemaewolfe has been extremely successful with her tiny homes and was thrilled to have the old potato turned into her next tiny home...well Big Idaho Potato Hotel! Here are some exclusive photos of the potato as well the silo which is the bathroom and includes a fireplace and hot tub! Also, the Tater Team, Miss Idaho, @ninaaforest Kristi and Frank Muir of the Idaho Potato Commission. 🥔👍👏🏼 #IsItRealIdaho #IdahoPotatoes #Potato #Potatoes #airbnb #recycle #idaho
The six-ton giant potato was designed and built by the Idaho Potato Commission in 2012 and toured the country for seven years promoting the state’s most popular export.
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The potato was transformed into a livable space by former big Idaho Potato Tour spokesperson and DIY enthusiast Kristie Wolfe and is now available as a rental on Airbnb.
Inside is a surprisingly nice space for two guests, complete with a queen-size bed, small bathroom, kitchenette, air conditioning, and even a fireplace.
The total price for one-night stay in the Big Idaho Potato Hotel comes to $247 with taxes and fees.
To book a stay, check out the Airbnb listing here.