Fort Collins, Colorado, is a college town but also so much more. For those interested in architecture, some of its homes date back to the 1800s while the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery is a hands-on, interactive attraction that will capture the attention of every member of the family. For outdoor activities, nearby Horsetooth Mountain Open Space is a great spot for hiking.
Booking through Airbnb will mean your vacation is as comfortable as it is exciting. Our list below introduces some of the best Airbnbs in Fort Collins, Colorado, whether you’re planning a solo trip, family vacation, or business visit.
All of the Airbnbs we’ve listed are run by superhosts – experienced, dedicated hosts who have a proven record of excellence. Some are open for long-term stays or welcome pets and children, so no matter why you’re traveling and who you’re with, you’ll find something to suit your needs.
Grab your favorite traveling companion and escape to this gorgeous guesthouse for two. The home sits on an acre of land next door to your hosts and their family. This Fort Collins Airbnb is surrounded by landscaping that beautifully mimics the rocky deserts and wide open plains of Colorado.
The floorplan in the living space is open, and wide windows extend your views all the way to the mountains. The king-size mattress in the bedroom will feel like heaven. In the bathroom, there’s a step-in shower and a washer and dryer. Other amenities include the beautiful kitchen where you’ll find everything you need for meals during your stay and the spacious front deck. There is a propane-fueled firepit between a couple of rocking chairs, which makes a great place to watch the mountain sunset. And, finally, there’s space to park a car right in front of the porch.
Your hosts keep a couple of commuter bikes on hand for guests who want to stretch their legs. Downtown is only 2.5 miles away and very manageable by bike. Also nearby is Horsetooth Reservoir, where visitors can fish, picnic, rock climb, or water ski.
If you dream in cottagecore, then this charming Fort Collins Airbnb will be right up your alley. Sunny yellow outside and in, and surrounded by a small rose garden, this home typifies what Old Town in Fort Collins is all about.
The upstairs apartment can host up to four. There is a queen-size bed in each of the two bedrooms and one shared bathroom stocked with linens and soaps; around the corner is a washer and dryer. The space is ready to welcome families with small children and keeps a pack ’n’ play crib and baby gates on hand.
Your hosts live on the first floor and politely request that any guests respect quiet hours from 9 p.m. till 9 a.m. They are available at any time during your stay to answer questions, solve problems, or make recommendations for things to do or places to eat. Anywhere you want to go in Old Town is a short walk away, or you can pick up a bus a couple blocks from the house.
Tiny House Near Old Town
Located in the self-described “funkiest” neighborhood in Fort Collins, this tiny house is kind of a big deal. Here you’re less than a mile from the best restaurants, shops, and breweries in Old Town, and it’s easy to get there by foot, bus, or the bikes that the hosts keep on hand for their guests.
The house’s interior is thoughtfully designed and makes use of all available space without feeling cramped. With one bedroom and one bath, it’s perfect for two guests. There’s room to stow your luggage under the queen-size bed and a closet where you can hang or fold clothes. There is an indoor kitchen and an outdoor cooking space with a grill. The bathroom is stocked with extra soaps and linens, so you can be certain you won’t run out of what you need.
The listing is full of positive reviews from happy guests who have stayed before you, so you can book knowing that these superhosts have the experience and proven track record to give you one of the best vacation home rentals in Fort Collins.
If you’re coming to town to be near Colorado State University, choose this Airbnb in Fort Collins. The campus is just seven miles from your front door, as are numerous restaurants, bars, cafés, and shopping spots.
This spacious home for up to six guests offers a view from every room. There are two bedrooms, one with a king-size bed and the other with bunk beds. The living room couch also folds into a queen-size mattress. Guests will share a single bathroom, and with his-and-her sinks, there’s plenty of room for everyone to get ready in the morning.
Around the outside of the house, the hosts have set up several spots to sit and enjoy the Colorado weather, including a semi-private, shaded spot under the pergola with a table and cushioned chairs from which you can see the mountains and Robert Benson Lake.
Townhouse for Eight with Patio
If you need to rent a house in Fort Collins for you and a group of friends, make it this one. Three bedrooms and 3.5 baths give up to eight people plenty of space. Two of the bedrooms have king-size beds, the other has a queen, and there is a sleeper couch in the living room. The half bath is on the first floor, and each of the other rooms has an en suite bathroom, offering guests lots of privacy.
Long-term stays are allowed, and with all the comforts this rental offers, you’ll never want to leave. The third floor suite includes a wine fridge and an outdoor, uncovered patio with a fireplace where your group can enjoy views that stretch to the north and south.
Families with small children will find that your hosts have thought of everything you might need: a crib, a pack ’n’ play, a changing table, books and toys, baby gates, even babysitter recommendations so that you can enjoy a night on the town. Other rental homes in Fort Collins may be great, but stay here to experience the best.
You can’t get closer to the action than this 1906 bungalow. It’s location one block from Colorado State University and the Lincoln Center and four blocks from Old Town and its museums and gift shops makes it easy for visitors to explore town on foot.
The two-story home has four bedrooms and two bathrooms that up to 10 guests can share. Bedding includes two queen-size beds, two singles, one full-size bed, and a couch that folds out into a queen-size mattress. The bedrooms also have smart TVs with over 200 channels and streaming services.
This Airbnb in Fort Collins has a beautifully manicured lawn with an open-air front porch and screened-in side patio where you can enjoy morning coffee or an evening glass of wine. This is an active neighborhood, with a mix of students and professionals. A train occasionally rolls by at night, and the hosts provide earplugs for sensitive sleepers.
Yurt for Two
If you’re an adventurous traveler seeking something unique, host Daniela has just the thing. She rents out this yurt next door to her own home, which is situated on 35.5 acres of natural landscape. You can take in the stunning panoramic views from either the hammock or patio chairs.
Inside, the layout is similar to a studio apartment. The bed is on one side of the room, the kitchenette and dining table on the other. The yurt is off the grid and completely without electricity or plumbing. To light your space, there are battery-powered string lights, candles, and an oil lamp. In the kitchen, there is a two-burner propane stove top and five gallons of water provided at the beginning of your stay. To relieve yourself, follow a little footpath to the outhouse.
Upon request, guests may use the host’s paddle boards or kayaks and get out onto the private lake on the property. Step off the grid for your next vacation in one of the best Fort Collins Airbnbs.
House With a Rooftop Jacuzzi
This Fort Collins Airbnb puts you so close to the attractions of Old Town that from your front door, you’ll be able to smell the hops being processed at the nearby breweries in the morning. It’s only a few blocks to reach the hub of Old Town and from there, if you want to extend your exploration, you can rent bikes from New Belgium Brewery.
The rental itself is a three-bed, 2.5-bath that eight people can share. This is a sleek unit with industrial vibes, but it’s run on green energy and is almost completely carbon neutral. Wind energy powers all the appliances and lights you see, as well as the rooftop hot tub, shared with the one other unit in the building.
Two of the bedrooms have queen-size beds while one bedroom has a king-size bed. The master bathroom has a dual showerhead, one of which is a rain shower that everyone will want to use. The second full bathroom has a double vanity for extra elbow room, and there is a half bath off the living room.
Home With Rustic Italian-Style Kitchen
This home’s unique feature is its kitchen, and from that comes the design for everything else. The brick accent wall is complemented by an adjacent stone-facade backsplash. Stained hardwood floors throughout the rest of the single-story home enhance the rustic aesthetic. The kitchen is plentifully stocked with cooking tools and basics. There is a gas burner stove top and barbecue utensils in case you want to use the grill outside.
Up to six guests are welcome to share this two-bed, one-bath Fort Collins Airbnb. There is a queen-size bed and a double, and the large leather couch makes for additional sleeping space. The bathroom, beautifully tiled in sandy beige, has a shower and tub.
In addition to the grill, the yard boasts a private hot tub set under a pergola strung with market lights. A wide stone path will lead you in either direction from the back door, keeping the smokiness of the grill far from those relaxing in the jacuzzi. There’s plenty of space to park in the driveway or yard, which will be very important if you’re planning to host an event here during your stay.
Modern Condo Next to Old Town
This townhouse radiates good vibes. Ten-foot ceilings, wide street-facing windows in the living room, and plush, inviting furniture are intentionally cultivated to create a positive experience that exceeds guest expectations. Cohost Kelly is your primary contact while staying in this condo rental in Fort Collins, and she can answer any questions or make recommendations if the welcome binder full of information doesn’t already have what you need.
There are two bedrooms with memory foam mattresses; one is a king-size mattress, and the other a queen. Both rooms also have blackout curtains so that you can enjoy sleeping in on your vacation. There is additional sleeping space on the pull-out sofa, which becomes a queen-size mattress. Altogether, there’s plenty of space for six guests.
The two shared bathrooms are stocked up with things you might have forgotten at home. You have access to a washer and dryer during your stay, so you can have fresh towels every day. The amenities don’t stop there, though. Bar seating attached to the full kitchen make for a comfortable place to eat. The open layout flows straight into the living room, and beyond the windows you can see your private patio space.
This bright blue home is situated a little south of Old Town and a couple blocks from the University Center for the Arts. The guesthouse is at the back of the hosts’ property and shares the yard space and basketball hoop with them.
The kitchen is in two parts: a prep space inside and all cooking surfaces in an outdoor addition, per city regulations. There is a coffee maker in the prep space as well. The stove, microwave, toaster oven, and grill, along with a set of pots and pans, are all found in the addition.
The upstairs bedroom spans the length of the dwelling with a queen-size bed on either end tucked behind some furniture for a little privacy. There is one shared full bathroom with a step-free shower. A small laundry closet holds the washer and dryer, iron, and ironing board. What makes this one of the best Airbnb rentals in Fort Collins is how prepared the space is for small children. A pack ’n’ play crib and room-darkening shades make nap times easier, and the large yard gives kids a space to play.
Remington Carriage House
Possibly the most beautiful entry on this list is this guest suite vacation rental in Fort Collins. The entire home is lovely and idyllic, and the guesthouse is no exception. From a private exterior staircase, you round the corner to the semi-private deck. French doors open into the dining room and full kitchen. Further on is the living room. Soft gray furniture breaks up the mostly black-and-white interiors, and the pullout sofa makes extra sleeping space.
The two bedrooms each have queen-size mattresses and slanted ceilings. The shared bathroom has a small shower, and the hosts warn that, although up to six are welcome to stay, it will start to feel crowded with that number. It’s the perfect amount of space for a small family trip, though, and even the youngest members of the family have been thought of in the amenities, which include room-darkening shades, a high chair, and a washer and dryer.
There is a space on the street in front of the property to park your car, and the hosts will be ready with parking permits on the day you arrive.
Tiny House Hideaway
This tiny house for rent in Fort Collins is focused on simplicity and relaxation. With neutral colors in the furniture and interiors, the house is cozy but uncluttered. Everything is on the ground floor, keeping it accessible to all, although there are some narrow spaces. The kitchen has a fridge and dishwasher but no stove or oven. There is a queen-size bed and a couch for sleeping. Outside you’ll find a fireplace surrounded by chairs, a perfect place for relaxing in the evening.
The house is within easy walking distance of several restaurants and microbreweries. Activities in town include the Discovery Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Art, the Lincoln Center, and the Fort Collins Museum. Active guests will appreciate that Poudre Canyon, where you can hike, bike, kayak, or raft, is only a short drive away.
Though the tiny house itself is only big enough for two, the host rents a second home on the property when larger groups inquire. Book both to make this Airbnb in Fort Collins the destination for your next family trip or vacation.
College Town Condo
If you’re looking for a short-term house rental in Fort Collins, consider this bright, simple condo for four. Great for couples or small groups, this apartment has one bedroom with a queen-size bed and a couch in the living room, which unfolds into additional sleeping space.
With its pack ’n’ play, high chair, and collection of toys and books, this rental is ready for families with young children. The full kitchen comes with everything you need for a night in, and the washer and dryer save you space when you pack.
The location of the condo, only a few blocks south of a collection of great restaurants, is ideal for those looking to explore Old Town and the rest of the city. You can easily walk or drive for dinner out on nights you don’t want to cook. The Lincoln Center is also within walking distance, so you can easily see a show and then stroll home in the lovely Colorado evening air. If you want to stay in the city with all its activity, sights, and dining options at your fingertips, book here.
Stunning Eight-Person Apartment
A modern condo with a great mix of colors, this apartment will make a comfortable place for you and a group of friends to rent for your next getaway. Three bedrooms and 2.5 baths guarantee that up to eight people will be comfortable sharing this Fort Collins Airbnb. Keep in mind that there are stairs to enter this apartment as well as stairs inside to reach the second-floor bedrooms.
The shared living space has lots of seating, and the couch can double as a place to crash at night. In the kitchen are all the necessities for cooking great meals. People can eat at either the kitchen bar or dining room table. There’s Wi-Fi throughout the apartment, streaming-compatible TVs, and a game console. Guests also have access to the apartment’s washer and dryer.
All three bedrooms have queen-size beds, and the master has an en suite bathroom with a large tub and separate walk-in rain shower with incredible marble tiling. The second bathroom also has a tub and a large showerhead. Live in luxury while you’re in Fort Collins by staying in this amazing vacation home.
There’s so much to love about vacationing in Fort Collins, Colorado. Whether you’re spending your time rafting, hiking, or scaling the mountains, strolling through the city’s museums, or touring Colorado State University, any of these Airbnbs in Fort Collins will make a great place for you to stay.
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