11 Best Airbnb Rentals in Fort Collins, Colorado

by Brittany Varano

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Fort Collins is right up there as one of the state’s best getaways for a classic taste of Colorado life.

When you think of Colorado, you probably think of a few things: mountains, snow, and beer – and  Fort Collins has it all. Visitors come not only to enjoy the best of the terrain and to get active in nature, but they also come to relax among historical sights, sip delicious brews, savor delicious eateries, and for some, to partake in a few extra “natural” activities.

Weeding through the long list of best places to stay in Fort Collins is a chore, so we took care of the tedious travel planning for you and put together some of the best Fort Collins Airbnb rentals. With Airbnb, you’ll feel like you’re at home while on vacation!

1. Stunning West Side Retreat

Stunning west side retreat

Why you should stay: A modern Colorado home surrounded by the peaceful countryside.

  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Pets allowed: no

What’s not to love about the well-put together and thoughtfully designed Stunning West Side Retreat? The home’s property is surrounded by mountain views and is just a stone’s throw away from the Horsetooth Reservoir, meaning the best local nature is right at your fingertips.

Downtown Fort Collins is only 2.5 miles away, allowing you to enjoy the best of both worlds during your stay. The home is sunny, warm, and inviting – perfect for two guests seeking an ultimate relaxing getaway to Fort Collins.

2. Victorian Cottage Duplex

Victorian Cottage fort collins

Why you should stay: Sleep within walking distance of Old Town in this upper-floor private duplex.

  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Pets allowed: no

An old 1903 home that’s been recently restored into a Victorian Cottage Duplex, this home exudes old world charm with clean and current decor.

Climb the stairs to access this top-level apartment, which offers two bedrooms for up to four guests in downtown Fort Collins, the city’s best destination for local bars, restaurants, and attractions.

3. The Nest

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Why you should stay: A stylish tiny home in Buckingham stocked with two cruiser bikes and surrounded by the best breweries in Fort Collins.

  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Pets allowed: no

The Nest is a trendy tiny house with a private fenced-in courtyard and a hip interior design that touches on style tones of bohemian, modern and minimalism.

The Nest’s hosts offer two cruiser bikes to enjoy local breweries and the highlights of Old Town.

4. Brand New Townhouse

Old Town North

Why you should stay: Brand new and sparkling clean townhouse with top-of-the-line appliances.

  • Sleeps: 8
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Pets allowed: no

We love this Brand New Townhouse that was recently constructed in 2019. There’s nothing quite as enjoyable as brand new facilities and sparkling clean, modern appliances during your stay.

There’s even a super cool third-floor outdoor patio that overlooks the surrounding neighborhood. This stylish unit has three bedrooms and can host up to eight guests looking to make the most of their visit to Fort Collins. 

5. Spacious Lake View Retreat

Spacious Lake View Retreat

Why you should stay: Enjoy lake views, walks along Pelican Marsh and close proximity to CSU from quiet Pelican Ridge.

  • Sleeps: 6
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Pets allowed: no

The Spacious Lake View Retreat provides a quaint place to stay on the outskirts of Fort Collins near the major highways for those planning day trips to explore Denver or hike Rocky Mountain National Park.

The city center isn’t far away and only requires a short 2.5-mile drive. This home hosts up to six guests on the lower level of a private home, so if any issues or questions arise, your hosts are right upstairs. 

6. Historical Bungalow

Historical Bungalow

Why you should stay: Recently renovated 1906 bungalow with modern and vintage touches just one block from the Lincoln Center and CSU.

  • Sleeps: 10
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Pets allowed: no

The Historical Bungalow is a Fort Collins vacation rental that offers a lot of flexibility for the number of guests. Whether you’re traveling with a party of ten or a small group of four, this four-bedroom, fully equipped home has everything big or small families need for a comfortable stay.

Located within walking distance of Colorado State University and just four blocks from Old Town, the house is in a prime position to help you enjoy the top attractions in the city.

7. Downtown Views and Brews

Downtown Views and Brews

Why you should stay: An incredibly stylish and modern home with a rooftop hot tub and stunning Rocky Mountain views.

  • Sleeps: 8
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Pets allowed: no

Downtown Views and Brews is a unique Fort Collins Airbnb just a short walk away from downtown and the New Belgium brewery.

Built in 2016, every detail was thoughtfully attended to from the heated floors to the gas fireplace, and the rooftop sun deck with mountain views for high-end comfort during your stay. We also love that this home is powered on renewable energy, making it both a beautiful and environmentally friendly place to stay.

8. The Birdhouse

The Birdhouse Modern Attic Loft

Why you should stay: Pet-friendly modern attic loft with fenced in yard and an outdoor private deck.

  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Pets allowed: yes

The Birdhouse is a small but mighty 520-square-foot attic loft that’s been remodeled into a lovely little place to stay in Fort Collins.

Guests will find everything they need here such as a plush king bed in the master bedroom, a well-stocked kitchenette, access to the fenced-in, pet-friendly yard, as well as two cruiser bikes for cycling around the city.

9. Old Town Victorian Apartment

Old Town Victorian

Why you should stay: Beautiful 2-bedroom apartment inside of a custom Victorian home within walking distance of fabulous local restaurants and shops.

  • Sleeps: 4
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Pets allowed: no

This baby-friendly Old Town Victorian Apartment has more than just a prime location to offer prospective visitors. With your family in mind, the hosts have thoughtfully provided baby supplies such as a crib, high chair and baby bath for young travelers.

The apartment is well stocked with complimentary tea and coffee, and you’ll find comfy queen beds in both bedrooms. The property has a lovely backyard space with BBQ and firepit for guests looking to enjoy their evenings outside.

10. Old Town Loft

fort collins airbnb rental

Why you should stay: Live like a local in this open-concept loft property fully equipped for a memorable stay in the heart of Old Town.

  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights
  • Pets allowed: no

We can’t get enough of the tall ceilings and open concept layout at the industrial-style Old Town Loft for two.

This property has a fully stocked kitchen for home-cooked meals, a washer and dryer for laundry needs, a soft and cozy queen-size bed, as well as a fantastic location that puts you smack dab in the middle of the exciting part of Fort Collins.  

11. Vintage Shasta

fort collins airbnb shasta

Why you should stay: A rustic getaway in a vintage camper trailer surrounded by a peaceful rural apple orchard.

  • Sleeps: 2
  • Minimum stay: 1 night
  • Pets allowed: no

If you’re looking for a quieter and more secluded Fort Collins experience, you may want to check out this countryside Vintage Shasta from 1958 that’s surrounded by picturesque apple trees.

Guests have access to a private bathroom with shower as well as outdoor seating around a fire pit. The city streets of Old Town are just a 10-minute bike ride away, ensuring you still have convenient access to local restaurants and attractions.

Plan Your Trip to Fort Collins, Colorado

Now that we’ve covered our bases for where to stay in Fort Collins, it’s time for the good stuff. No trip is complete without checking out these top places to visit in Fort Collins. 

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