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These 9 Amazing Homes Are The Most Popular Airbnb Rentals In Canada

Who wants to stay on a private island?

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Canada is huge and beautiful and amazing. But you don't need to stay in a crappy place to do so. Here are the nine most desired Airbnb rentals in all of Canada.

Airbnb told BuzzFeed Canada that over the last year, Canadians hosted over 627,000 people from around the world. These are the most wish-listed Canadian places on the site.

1. This "unique cob cottage" in Mayne Island, B.C.

The cottage is located on an acreage "with sheep, gardens and orchards," according to the description.
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The cottage is located on an acreage "with sheep, gardens and orchards," according to the description.

2. A cottage on a private island near Ottawa.

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Located about an hour and a half south of Ottawa, this 100-year-old cottage has three bedrooms and can accommodate up to six guests at a time. And again: It's located on a private island!
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Located about an hour and a half south of Ottawa, this 100-year-old cottage has three bedrooms and can accommodate up to six guests at a time. And again: It's located on a private island!

3. This adorable cabin with an ocean view.

This loft cabin in Sechelt, B.C., is just a three-minute walk from the beach. And it's affordable AF, costing only $89 per night.
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This loft cabin in Sechelt, B.C., is just a three-minute walk from the beach. And it's affordable AF, costing only $89 per night.

4. This amazing dome thing in Duncan, B.C.

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This cool place on Vancouver Island overlooks the sea and makes you feel like you're living in a James Bond villain's summer home.
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This cool place on Vancouver Island overlooks the sea and makes you feel like you're living in a James Bond villain's summer home.

5. This downtown Toronto penthouse.

This place is located in downtown Toronto and overlooks the city's waterfront. And at $75/night, it's actually not that much more expensive than what many Torontonians pay in rent.
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This place is located in downtown Toronto and overlooks the city's waterfront. And at $75/night, it's actually not that much more expensive than what many Torontonians pay in rent.

6. This gorgeous Vancouver loft.

This place in Vancouver's Mount Pleasant neighbourhood can host up to two guests a night for only $75 per night. There's also a "a very snuggly cat who thinks he's a dog," according to the description, so it's purrfect.
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This place in Vancouver's Mount Pleasant neighbourhood can host up to two guests a night for only $75 per night.

There's also a "a very snuggly cat who thinks he's a dog," according to the description, so it's purrfect.

7. This seaside studio apartment in Halifax.

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Sorry, make that a ~bohemian~ seaside studio apartment. To access it, you need to take a boardwalk through the trees. It also has a lovely view of the Halifax harbour.
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Sorry, make that a ~bohemian~ seaside studio apartment. To access it, you need to take a boardwalk through the trees. It also has a lovely view of the Halifax harbour.

8. This downtown Vancouver beauty.

Located right in the heart of the city, this 16th-floor apartment has a view of the city skyline and the mountains.
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Located right in the heart of the city, this 16th-floor apartment has a view of the city skyline and the mountains.

9. And finally, this cozy Toronto apartment minutes away from the CN Tower.

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Cuuuuute!
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Cuuuuute!