Sharing some downright gorgeous Yosemite Airbnbs today! Yosemite National Park is one of the best nature spots in California—or just about anywhere in the US.
There’s some epic scenery to soak up, some great hiking trails, and to accommodate your adventure, there are some amazing vacation rentals to choose from.
It’s not about hotels in Yosemite. The best way to get into the great outdoors is to have the great outdoors on your literal doorstep. There are some amazing Airbnbs that you can book that combine style and the great outdoors.
I’ve curated this list of my absolute favs so that you can find the best Airbnb Yosemite National Park has to offer—or at least get some first-rate inspo!
The Best Yosemite Airbnbs for an Incredible Trip
Yes, yes, yes. This place is beautiful. It's literally been newly built, which means that it not only looks the part but has everything you need for an awesome vacay in Yosemite West—including a fully equipped kitchen, of course.
Aside from the elegant decor of this incredible Yosemite Airbnb, you're going to be totally wowed by the amount of space this place has. The deck alone (complete with grill) makes this special place even better.
Up to 8 guests // 3 bedrooms // 4 beds // 2 baths. Prices from $525 per night. Check pricing and dates here.
Speaking of decks—wow! This place has a massive outdoor living area with an absolute stunner of a view out across the national park. And yes: there's a hot tub out here, too.
If you're visiting Yosemite and don't want somewhere rustic to stay, this place will serve you up some real luxurious credentials. It feels sprawling, it's decked out with great attention to detail, and the location is perfect, with Yosemite Valley just a 45-min drive from this awesome spot.
Up to 8 guests // 3 bedrooms // 5 beds // 2 baths. Prices from $363 per night. Check pricing and dates here.
This place is different from the sort of cabin-type accommodation you may be expecting in Yosemite National Park (or anywhere in nature, tbh). This home is a super modern addition to the Airbnb rentals available inside the park gates.
And it's super cool. With a supervillain-esque metal stairway leading from a hill to the property, this place is all about clean lines and contemporary design. Basically, the ideal place for a vacation if you're all about cutting-edge visuals.
Up to 6 guests // 2 bedrooms // 3 beds // 2 baths. Prices from $333 per night. Check pricing and dates here.
Oooh—there are some super nice details going on with this property right here. It's a bungalow and it's most definitely boho. How could this not be one of my favorite rentals in Yosemite National Park?
The interiors are contemporary and have definitely been designed with an eye for style. Calm pastel colors, white-washed walls, stylish details, plush furnishings, and a record player for chilled nights in make this one a very Insta-worthy addition. And it's affordable—win-win!
Up to 8 guests // 2 bedrooms // 2 beds // 2 baths. Prices from $165 per night. Check pricing and dates here.
Ok, so if you want spacious, this place is spacious for sure. With super high ceilings, this three-bedroom home also comes with a game room (yup—there's a ping pong table) and tons of living space.
While the bedrooms are spacious—there's a queen bed in one of them, for example—there's tons of appeal going on elsewhere. A record player? Sure. A deck and grill combo? Absolutely. A Wii and a dartboard? Obviously. And at night, the exterior can be illuminated with string lights. Super cute.
Up to 8 guests // 3 bedrooms // 3 beds // 2.5 baths. Prices from $896 per night. Check pricing and dates here.
This Yosemite Airbnb is 100% rustic to the absolute core. It's a cottage that was built in the 1940s and has since been renovated. If you want to feel like Snow White, this is the perfect cottage for you!
The furnishings throughout are wonderfully eclectic, with a living room stacked with character and the kitchen looking like something straight out of Hansel and Gretel. Other modern additions—like the awesome spiral staircase—fit the heritage of this house like a glove.
Combine this awesomeness with its great location near to Bass Lake, as well as an uber affordable per night price, and this place is hard to resist!
Up to 8 guests // 3 bedrooms // 5 beds // 1 baths. Prices from $174 per night. Check pricing and dates here.
Well, it calls itself rustic luxury and I can't really disagree. This house is definitely all about taking that countryside, backwoods vibe, and turning it into something that has tons of appeal.
Feeling like a giant, wooden tent inside, this A-frame cottage is all about mixing the bare bones of wood and traditional design with eclectic, boutique style. And it totally works. Definitely, one of the most interesting Airbnbs that Yosemite park has to offer.
Up to 3 guests // 2 bedrooms // 2 beds // 2 baths. Prices from $200 per night. Check pricing and dates here.
Cozy, spacious, and sleek, this Yosemite Airbnb is the home away from home you've always dreamed of. There's a ton of room here for families or a group of friends to stay in comfort.
I love the minimalist industrial vibes of the mezzanine floor, especially contrasted with the warm, homey interiors. Add seating areas, dining table, comfy beds, and a cozy deck surrounded by trees where you lap up all that countryside air and it's a no-brainer of a choice.
Up to 6 guests // 2 bedrooms // 3 beds // 2 baths. Prices from $575 per night. Check pricing and dates here.
If you're a couple looking for a little adventure, this tiny house is it! So cute and just 20 miles to the Yosemite Park entrance. They've really maximized the use of the space here, and it's got everything you need—just in a tiny house!
It also has a private patio, fireplace (perfect for s'mores!) and grill so you can spread out and enjoy some outdoor time. It says it can accommodate 4 guests, but I think 2 would be perfect.
Up to 4 guests // 1 bedrooms // 2 beds // 1 baths. Prices from $125 per night. Check pricing and dates here.
If you end up staying in one of them, or anywhere for that matter, let me know by tagging me in your Insta stories and photos (I’m @wtfab). I want to see what you get up to!
Planning on traveling soon? Be sure to explore my other travel guides here to help you plan.
It is recommended to spend at least 3 days in Yosemite to really explore the different hiking trails and seeing all the sights.
The best time to visit Yosemite National Park is from May to September when the park wont be too crowded and the weather will be at its best.
It costs $35 per vehicle and $30 per motorcycle to enter Yosemite National Park.