Part of the allure of getting away is to experience a different environment and that includes the architecture of the place you’re staying. It may not be possible to live full-time in a log cabin in the woods or historic lighthouse on an ocean bluff, but it’s fun to spend a few days there.
Here’s the third in a series of travel stories spotlighting the architecture of vacation stays.
Portland-based Vacasa compiled a list of the most famous architectural styles and matched each to one of the 25,000 vacation rental properties it manages across the U.S.
We also looked at Airbnb, Vrbo, TripAdvisor, Booking.com, Hotels.com and other online travel agencies to see what’s being offered.
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