Here are our favorite cabins, treehouses, and mid-century getaways for plopping you amongst the changing tides of autumn.
The hospitality platform is like the squeaky clean lovechild of a personal pied-à-terre and a boutique hotel.
Sleep in a lifeguard tower, a Flintstones pad, and an upstate treehouse with its own private swimming hole.
The only things to do in Clapham are "be Australian", "be an estate agent", or "do group workouts in a park".
A special once-in-a-lifetime chance to get on the property ladder, right here.
Units that used to be Airbnbs are now long-term rentals and tenants are staying put, pushing prices down in Toronto and Vancouver.
From the listing: "For optimal living, tenant would need to be able to maintain a lifestyle more in line with that of a large camper van."
Plus: what to do if your landlord insists on putting your house up for rent right now.
Data from Rightmove and OpenRent show an above-average rise in rental property listings in London and other tourist cities, sometimes by as much as 130 percent.
Plus: a landlord who charged a £2,200 deposit and is only returning £400 from it.
This is one of the most shithole layouts I’ve ever seen. Not even coronavirus would make me rent this.
Which reveals something we've never considered: there are exactly three ways to consume your food at home. Which method do you follow?