If you aren’t a busy bee and can spare time to visit the world, I’d recommend you to stop by at the Air bee and bee, a small cabin (house) in Italy. Designed by Davide Tagliabue, the tiny-house-style dwelling is located in an olive garden in rural Italy.
While you can check in wherever you want and decide your halt by scrolling a thousand dwellings on Airbnb, Air bee and bee is something you shouldn’t miss out on. The reason is that here you get to sleep in the company of millions of bees buzzing around. From lush greenery all around the place to sunflowers gazing at you under the blue sky, the tiny cabin offers a gorgeous and soothing stay.
The specialty of the location is obviously the bees, but the beauty of the house also lies in its exterior which looks like a honeycomb. Inside the honeycomb exterior, there is a single room that is comfy for two people. So, if you are a newlywed couple, this could be your potential honeymoon destination. But, do think twice, because there is no kitchen and bathroom in the facility. And being home to a million bees, you can expect buzzing 27×7 at the property.
Apart from boosting the bee theme, there are nine beehive boxes surrounding the structure. One of the boxes would be right above our head, hanging from the ceiling near the bed. Well, the bees won’t certainly be coming out, because the apiaries are all netted (no guarantees though). Still, if you are a busy person over a bee person or do not like bees at all, this is not the place you should be sipping tea at. Nevertheless, this world’s first bee farm on Airbnb can be booked for $145 per night, in case you wanted to know.
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As I said, this is no five-star hotel, so except no electricity around; you’ll however find solar-powered LED lights to guide you in the dark. In addition, there would also be a cooler bag, for visitors to store their own food. The host would serve visitors a fancy breakfast which includes biscuits, ricotta strawberries, and of course, honey made from the local bees. Hmmm yum-yum, I’m already drooling!