13 Incredible Converted Barns You Can Rent

Bookings of renovated barns are on the rise, according to short-term rental companies, and no, you won’t be sleeping on hay or with cows. Check out these charming, picturesque barn rentals around the country.

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Waco, Texas

Barndominium in Waco, Texas was featured in the third season of HGTV’s 'Fixer Upper' and is now available as a vacation rental. This fully renovated barn sleeps up to 20 guests and even boasts a custom dining table in a "grand dining hall" that can seat all 20 people. Outside, a spacious deck provides plenty of room to kick back and enjoy the calming sounds of a summer evening.

Bend, Oregon

This cozy 100-year-old dairy barn is just a stone’s throw from Oregon’s Deschutes River, a well-known destination for tubing, kayaking and stand-up paddleboarding. Enjoy outdoor activities by day, then settle in for the night in this historic barn, which sits on two acres and sleeps up to four guests. The cows are no longer on the property, but keep your eyes open for fluffy rabbits.

South Woodstock, Vermont

Situated in the charming village of South Woodstock, Vermont, Kingsley Barn is a thoughtfully renovated historic barn that sleeps up to eight guests. Walk to the country store or take a swim in the Kedron Brook, which meanders along behind the barn. In the evening, enjoy a glass of wine while lounging in the Adirondack chairs that sit just steps from the water’s edge.

Gambier, Ohio

In Central Ohio, book a stay at Gambier Loft, a historic barn that sleeps four and sits on a farm that dates back to the 1800’s. Exposed beams and plenty of windows bring nature inside, while Amish-made cabinetry adds a delightful local touch. In fact, Holmes County, the world’s largest Amish community, is just 45 minutes by car from this renovated barn.

Garden City, Utah

This brand new barn in Garden City, Utah boasts five bedrooms and sleeps up to 26 guests, making it well-suited for a multigenerational family getaway. Spend the day casting your reel at the fishing pond or walk into town for a bite to eat at the Bear Trapper Restaurant. This barn is just minutes from skiing at Beaver Mountain and sandy beaches at Bear Lake.

Tivoli, New York

Set in New York’s Hudson Valley, you’ll find a stylish rustic barn that sleeps up to six guests in the quaint village of Tivoli. Roast marshmallows over the campfire and enjoy meals on the cedar picnic table by the pond. It’s an easy stroll into town to pick up cinnamon buns from Tivoli Bread & Baking or grab lunch at Tivoli General in the center of town.

Maple, Wisconsin

Set on Lake Superior in Wisconsin, there’s nothing better than a glass of wine while relaxing in the cedar outdoor hot tub that overlooks the lake at Lake Superior Barn. This delightful lakeside barn sleeps up to 20 people and sits on 320 acres of forest and shoreline, enabling a variety of outdoor activities, like swimming, boating and hiking. At day’s end, enjoy a colorful sunset over nearby Duluth.

Knoxville, Maryland

Newly renovated, the Barn at Two Rivers in Knoxville, Maryland sleeps up to 13 guests and boasts an open floor plan, soaring ceilings and large picture windows in a serene, country setting. Just minutes from Harpers Ferry, there’s a lot of Civil War history to explore, as well as plenty of hiking trails for those eager to hike a portion of the Appalachian Trail, which runs through the town.

Saugerties, New York

This delightful historic barn called Barn on the Pond is situated in picturesque Saugerties, New York, right between the Hudson River and the Catskill Mountains. The barn sleeps up to 14 guests, but a sleek Airstream trailer in the backyard can sleep 3-4 more guests. Barn on the Pond boasts four acres complete with scenic views from every angle, and of course, a small fishing pond.

Walla Walla, Washington

The Barn was once home to haylofts and horse stalls, but today, it serves as a tranquil guest retreat that sleeps up to five guests. Walk or bike to award-winning wineries, then settle in for the evening on the private patio to watch the sunset over the mountains. Spend time exploring the streets of Walla Walla, which consistently ranks among the best small towns in America.

Saunderstown, Rhode Island

A stone’s throw from Newport, this historic barn set on the coast of Rhode Island offers easy access to pristine beaches and a delightful farmer’s market up the road that begs to be explored every Saturday morning. A guest suite within the barn sleeps just two guests, offering a unique getaway for those eager for more than a cookie-cutter hotel room.

Ludington, Michigan

The historic Tudor Barn in Ludington, Michigan sits on 270 private acres of forest and wetlands that are ripe for exploring throughout your stay. A short walk from Tudor Barn is Upper Hamlin Lake, which is ideal for swimming, kayaking or relaxing with a good read. Just 20 minutes from the barn, enjoy white, sugar sand beaches that make Ludington one of the best beach towns.

Fort Collins, Colorado

The recently refreshed red barn in Fort Collins, Colorado offers guests a luxurious getaway in a refreshingly serene, mountainous setting. The barn sleeps up to six guests and offers scenic views, including colorful sunsets. Explore the vintage shops in downtown Fort Collins or spend your days hiking, biking, and boating at nearby Horsetooth Reservoir.

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