This Secluded Texas Airbnb is a Converted Silo & Has Been Featured on HGTV and NBC
One thing is for sure, Texas is a big enough state to do some serious traveling. Whether you're the one that's on the road or you have guests coming to see you, the chances are you'll need a place to sleep. There's no need nowadays to overcrowd the bedroom or sleep in the living room with sleeping bags on fold-out couches.
Airbnbs are catching on like crazy. Take it from me, for my money, they are the way to go. If you like getting a lot of bang for your buck, you'll appreciate Airbnbs. They provide the space you need for big families and groups or they can be simple. The thing I like the most is that you can find some really unique places to stay.
I found such an Airbnb about 30 minutes from Waco. This place is perfect for a weekend getaway and once you see how this abandoned corn silo was converted into an amazing home, you'll want to see it for yourself. Oh, and did I mention that it's on an active llama farm? This silo house has been featured on HGTV.com and its host was named a Top Texas Hospitable Host by Airbnb. Let's get to the tour. Welcome to the Silo House at Laughing Llama Farm.
Look: This Secluded Texas Airbnb is a Converted Silo & Has Been Featured on HGTV and NBC
Talk about a fixer-upper. You've got to admit, coming from an abandoned silo, that is one impressive transformation. Imagine the looks you'll get by telling family and friends you stayed in an old silo. Then, show them the pictures you took. Speechless.
If you're looking for a memorable stay for yourself or friends and family, consider an Airbnb. You'll love it. After all, when was the last time you told someone you stayed overnight in a train caboose? Well, you can do that too...and it's just down the road in Baird. Keep scrolling to check it out.