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By Brienne Walsh

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If you’re angling for a little #lakelife: Thi s glass house in Osage Beach, MissouriPrice: About $1,200 a night

With stunning lake views from almost every room, this home sits perched on rock cliffs with waterfalls into the lake below (hello zen!) – but it’s still minutes from shopping and dining. The home offers five bedrooms with TVs and four-and-a-half bathrooms; a large, fully stocked chef’s kitchen; living room with wet bar, fireplace and large TV; and plenty of room for outdoor dining.

Learn more: Thi s glass house in Osage Beach, Missouri on Airbnb

If you’re traveling with a big group: This modern cabin in Broken Bow, Oklahoma, averaging $652 a night

Ideal for large groups traveling together with extended families or friend groups, this four-bedroom home features 27 beds, including 12 built-in bunk beds in the second floor game room. Located on 1.5 acres of land just outside of Broken Bow, which is known as the gateway to Beavers Bend State Park, the property includes a fire pit with 10 Adirondack chairs, an outdoor play set, a covered patio with a grill and both poker and pool tables. Nearby attractions include the Muscle Car Legends Museum, as well as the Beavers Bend Marina, where you can rent a pontoon boat for a day of fishing and swimming on Broken Bow Lake. Located about a three hour drive north of Dallas, this home landed on the list because it is pet-friendly and great for people traveling with kids.

Learn more: This modern cabin in Broken Bow, Oklahoma on Vrbo

If you want to hobnob with some billionaires: This contemporary farmhouse in East Hampton, New York, averaging $2,914 a night

East Hampton is notorious for its celebrity and billionaire residents, and you can live among them, at least temporarily, in this sleek, minimalist farmhouse that bills itself as containing “fifty shades of greige,” a warm color that combines gray and beige. The house, which has five bedrooms, includes an open floor plan, gourmet kitchen, pool, spa and screening room with a 15-foot movie screen. Located just a 10-minute walk from Georgica Beach, a public beach on the Atlantic Ocean, the home offers plenty of access to cultural and nightlife hotspots, including the Watermill Center, an exhibition and performance space, and Rowdy Hall, a French-inspired bistro pub that is reputedly a favorite of Jerry Seinfeld. The house made the list for its location, rave reviews and for its five-star amenities and private pool.

Learn more: This contemporary farmhouse in East Hampton, New York on Vrbo

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