Your mission: Relaxation – Each Getaway house has a fire pit outside. Guests receive the house's exact location just 24 hours before their trip to encourage relaxation and minimal scheduling.
Indoor-outdoor enjoyment – Outside, guests can lounge on the spacious patio. The house is in East Austin, two blocks from a light rail station.
Tucked away in the city – The house is situated in a "zen-inspired backyard setting" less than 2 miles from downtown.
Bike friendliness – The house, in Portland's North Williams Avenue neighborhood, has a private street entrance and a gated front courtyard. There are usually bikes available to borrow, or the owners can provide tips on rentals.
Two-for-one in Pennsylvania – Is spreading yourself across two 250-square-foot houses cheating? Maybe, but we like the idea. One of these wee cabins in Northumberland, Pennsylvania, houses the kitchen and bedroom. In the luxury bathhouse a few yards away, there's a sauna, shower and composting toilet.
Urban oasis – The cottage opens onto a private patio. There's a bus line two blocks from the property.
Music City refuge – It's a street over from the city's Germantown neighborhood.
Peace and quiet – The listing boasts "peek-a-boo views of the Puget Sound." There's a private fire ring near the house or a shared fire ring at the beach.