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You can stay inside a giant potato in Idaho for $200 per night

The inside is actually super cute!

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Sarah Medina
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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.

Potato hotel on Airbnb
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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.

Potato hotel on Airbnb
Photograph: Courtesy Airbnb

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. 

Want to see more unique Airbnbs in the United States? Try these cool treehouses or a collection of impressive glass houses

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