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15 Airbnbs That Will Give You Kitchen Envy This Thanksgiving

Cook under the Tuscan sun or in a Hawaiian paradise this year
Best Thanksgiving Airbnb's for 2016
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Thanksgiving is around the corner which means it's officially Time to Celebrate. All month long we're bringing you recipes, tips, tricks and stories that are equal parts memorable and delicious.

If you’re traveling over Thanksgiving but haven’t settled on your accommodations yet, we’ve rounded up some stellar Airbnbs to point you in the right direction.

Whether you’re on the move to be closer to family or skipping town to escape them (no judgment), the most important feature of your rental this season is the kitchen. Luckily, there’s a huge range of amazing spaces out there where you can cook your bird, mash those potatoes and bake that green bean casserole, no matter your locale or the size of your group. Let these 15 Airbnbs get you in the cooking spirit.

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And if your cooking (and napping) location is already set, then it’s never too early to plan for next year.  

Friendsgiving

Cooking with friends this Thanksgiving? You’re going to need a lot of space so you don’t end up with too many cooks in the kitchen. Here are three roomy and inspiring abodes.

 

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For lake enthusiasts: Cook with a view at this spacious, lakeside house. (Coxsackie, NY)
For urbanites: Stay chic with this designer kitchen, dining room and fire pit. (Chicago, IL)
For a formal crew: Black-tie attire might be in order at this Victorian home. (San Francisco, CA)

Warm-Weather Escape

If it’s starting to get gnarly where you live, sunny days and hotter temperatures might be calling your name. Go forth and discover a respite at one of these great finds.

 

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For a luxe group: Cook and catch some rays in this massive, sunny apartment. (Mexico City, Mexico)
For a beach-loving couple: Leave this quaint kitchen and roll right onto the beach. (St. Croix, USVI)
For families: Feed the entire crew in this fully equipped kitchen, smack in the middle of paradise. (Hauula, HI)

Eurotrip

Ditching the USA for some European vibes this Thanksgiving? Swapping turkey for pasta or coq au vin? No qualms here. Check out these elegant options for ideas on where to stay.

For romantics: Cook under the Tuscan sun, literally, at this stunning villa. (Tuscany, Italy)
For families: Feast like Parisians in this huge loft near the Marais. (Paris, France)
For small groups: Spread out in this minimalist apartment with a bright, roomy kitchen. (London, England)

Wallet Friendly

If budgeting is your primary concern over the holidays, try going off the beaten path. Stay just outside the city or in an up-and-coming part of town. Here are some ideas to get you started.

 

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For free spirits: Stay in this tiny home and cook in an outdoor kitchen. (Woodridge, NY)
For artists: Get creative in this awesome kitchen built with all local material. (Mayne Island, BC)
For families: Cook like the modern clan you are in this hip penthouse. (Charleston, SC)

New York City

If you’re traveling to New York to watch the famous Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade, or just to see friends and family, here are some ideas for staying in the City That Never Sleeps—and where good kitchens are hard to come by.

For a solo traveler: Cook like a hipster in this East Williamsburg gem. (Brooklyn)
For couples: Keep it classy in this beautiful Tribeca loft. (Manhattan)
For families: Get close to the action, but not too close, in this designer Times Square apartment. (Manhattan)

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