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You Can Actually Book A Giant Potato In Idaho As Your Next AirBnB

Whenever something random like “potato” trends on Twitter, you have to be cautious, because it could mean anything, and often is something you don’t want to see.

Thankfully, it was trending for a bizarre, yet pretty awesome reason, as a Boise, Idaho AirBnB rents out a giant potato hotel room.

 

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For $200 a night, you can stay in this 28-foot-long, 6-ton potato that’s furnished with one bed, one bath, a couple of chairs to lounge on, and an intricate antler chandelier.

It has air conditioning, so you don’t have to worry about baking into a stuffed potato, but it also has a fireplace for those chilly nights.

 

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The potato was built and is being rented out by Krisitie Wolfe, who also created an incredible Tropical Tree House in Hawaii. That tree house is also on AirBnB and has a starting price point of $300 per night.

 

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The Idaho Potato Commission is fully behind this spud-themed hotel, announcing its opening this past Earth Day.

While you wouldn’t think people would be flocking to Idaho, the “hotel” is already booked through May and is almost unavailable through June, as of this writing.