If you've ever dreamed about melting into the soft, fluffy insides of a potato for a long rest – and honestly, it sounds pretty nice – then we have just the Airbnb for you. Introducing, the Big Idaho Potato Hotel, where the ultimate comfort food becomes the ultimate in cozy vacation settings.
Listed in Boise, Idaho, this spud-shaped abode (perfectly modeled to resemble the state's famous crop of Russet Burbanks) is no small fry. It measures a whopping 28 feet long and 12 feet wide and weighs an impressive six tons.
Not only is this potato big, but it's also kinda a big deal – the massive vegetable recently travelled the country for six years on the back of a truck to raise awareness about the state's most famous plant. When the tour was over, small-home developer Kristie Wolfe had the bright idea to turn the potato into a property.
Inside, the design is surprisingly modern with millennial-pink accents and plenty of house plants. Amenities include a custom-built queen-size bed, kitchenette, indoor fireplace, air conditioning and old records to set the mood.
As is only natural, the potato is located in a huge field within 400 acres of good ol’ Idaho farmland. You'll have views of the Owyhee Mountains and a cute cow to keep you company.