Airbnb-ing doesn't need to be nightmarish. In fact, if you find the right spot, it can even exude movie magic. Take "Mr. Anderson's House" in Canada, for example. The Prince Edward County accommodation in Picton embodies director Wes Anderson's distinctive style, all packaged up neatly in an immaculate home. Host Dayna describes the interior of the 100+-year-old house as a "love letter" to Anderson, stating in her advert that she "always wanted to be a Tenenbaum."
Floor to ceiling with eclectic decor, each room in the house honours a different film in the director's repertoire. Guests will take comfort in S. S. Belafonte, a Life Aquatic living room, or sip tea in the Darjeeling Limited tea room kitchen, sleeping soundly in Margot's bedroom after a trip to The Foxes' Den powder room. Got work to do? The Rushmore-themed office has you covered. Then take a break in Suzy Bishop's "Look Nook."
The two-bedroom (the other, Camp Ivanhoe-inspired) house sleeps four and boasts a generous backyard with a deck and BBQ for any fox watching you might have planned. In keeping with Anderson's body of work, the Airbnb location has received a generous supply of five-star reviews. And it's certainly not hard to see why. F*ck the itinerary, and make Mr. Anderson's House the next stop on your list.