A silo cottage in the country
2 guests, $225 per night
If a traditional home doesn't quite fit the bill for your dream weekend away, consider decamping to this one-bedroom "silo" in the Berkshires, which sits on the grounds of one of the most uniquely designed estates in the area. The space, which once served as a studio for the renowned sculptor Henry Hudson Kitson, features a canopied bed situated beneath a 35-foot high conical ceiling with "mill windows" looking out at the surrounding trees, gardens, and lily pond.
What guests say: "A truly magical place. Well preserved buildings, lush landscaped gardens, fireflies, amazing soundscapes, and a bedroom unlike any other."