If you need to find a cozy getaway and you have your sights set on visiting California, have you considered an OMG Airbnb option? You can find some dreamy fantasy homes to stay in places like Yucca Valley, Twentynine Palms, Malibu, Los Angeles, and Santa Ynez. The OMG Airbnb offers stays in some really weird homes. They might be strange, but they are still cute!

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I found 10 weird California homes that caught my eye. My favorite from the ten Airbnb listings below is the oceanfront luxury home in Malibu.

Airbnb Malibu Oceanfront Home
Katherine via Airbnb
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10 Weird But Cute Dreamy California Homes You Can Stay In

 

1.
$6,500 a night in Joshua Tree

Luxury Retreats via Airbnb

Joshua Tree Dreamhouse Airbnb
Luxury Retreats via Airbnb
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This just might be the strangest bathroom I think I’ve ever seen, and I’ve seen a lot!

Luxury Airbnb in Joshua Tree
Luxury Retreats via Airbnb
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2.
$1,295 a night in Malibu

Katherine via Airbnb

Airbnb Beach House in Malibu
Katherine via Airbnb
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Look at the amazing view from the upstairs deck in this waterfront masterpiece!

Airbnb Beach House in Malibu
Katherine via Airbnb
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3.
$271 a night in Joshua Tree

The Castle House Estate via Airbnb

House in Joshua Tree
The Castle House Estate via Airbnb
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You can party like a Californian sultan in this desert oasis hot tub!

The Castle House Estate in Joshua Tree
The Castle House Estate via Airbnb
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4.
$650 a night in Los Angeles

Dorothy via Airbnb

Glass Airbnb Home in Los Angeles
Dorothy via Airbnb
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They say you shouldn’t throw stones at glass houses, but you can at least “throw some hands” in this gym.

Airbnb Home in Los Angeles
Dorothy via Airbnb
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5.
$651 a night in Santa Ynez

Brad, Leyla, Avi and Psalm via Airbnb

Home in Santa Ynez
Brad, Leyla, Avi, and Psalm via Airbnb
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Even the chairs have weird shapes in the Shunem Bread House. (I bet the bread tastes delicious!) Note: This retreat property is not kid-friendly.

Airbnb Home in Santa Ynez
Brad, Leyla, Avi, and Psalm via Airbnb
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6.
$185 a night in Twentynine Palms

Perry via Airbnb

Home in Twentynine Palms
Perry via Airbnb
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There is a lot to explore in this eclectic bar inside this home.

Home in Twentynine Palms, CA
Perry via Airbnb
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7.
$500 a night in Three Rivers

Kenneth via Airbnb

Stellar House in Three Rivers
Kenneth via Airbnb
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Is this an outdoor sauna? It looks like an outdoor sauna to me. Sign. Me. UP!

Stellar House in Three Rivers
Kenneth via Airbnb
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8.
$349 a night in Yucca Valley

Michelle via Airbnb

Spaceship House in Yucca Valley
Michelle via Airbnb
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This home actually looks pretty normal on the inside, until you get to the observatory room, that is. How cool is THIS?!

Spaceship House in Yucca Valley
Michelle via Airbnb
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9.
$728 a night in Half Moon Bay

Kari via Airbnb

Oceanfront Home in Half Moon Bay
Kari via Airbnb
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It’s giving CUTE, QUIRKY BOAT HOUSE. It’s not a boat house, though. Note: People who don’t do well with stairs and ladders might want to stay on the first floor, though.

Oceanfront Home in Half Moon Bay
Kari via Airbnb
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10.
$1,586 a night in Malibu

Natur Villas via Airbnb

Barbie-style Dream House in Malibu
Natur Villas via Airbnb
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This cozy and opulent room leaves me speechless. It looks like a welcoming fireplace room that dreams are made of!

Airbnb in Malibu, CA
Natur Villas via Airbnb
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