If you’re looking for a galactic adventure with your family, why not incorporate Star Wars? Bust out the Star Wars luggage, pack up your Max Rebo stuffie and hit the open road. If you look closely you’ll find Star Wars everywhere.
Check out these awesome Star Wars-esque homes that you can actually rent out for your next trip around the galaxy. This is not a sponsored post, we just like travel..and Star Wars. The site HomeAway.com connects people who are looking for vacation rentals for their families. Finding a treehouse that looks straight out of Endor is as easy as making the Kessel Run in less than 12 parsecs.
Bright Tree Village
Costa Rica has the market cornered on tree-houses. Relive the magic of staying on Endor while vacationing, just watch out for the bonfire banquets.
High above Bespin surrounded by clouds, you’d want a space that made you feel like you’re walking on air just like in Cloud City. All glass windows and walls will do the trick. This London penthouse has a different view but is still airy and lofty. Pack my bags, I’m coming, Lando!
Freezing cold winters may not seem like fun but this Spa residence in Connecticut might be worth it. Plus there’s real beds, no sleeping inside a tauntaun necessary.
This Costa Rica retreat is an actual tree-Reminiscent! Reminiscent of the Wroshyr tree dwellings on the wookiee planet, not bad for a night in the sky looking out over the horizon.
Mos Eisley Cantina
You will never find a more wretched hive of scum and villainy. Not to worry, this Santa Fe home is much more pleasant. Although I wouldn’t recommend sharing a room with Greedo.
If you’re longing for the good old days on the moisture farm, this Egyptian turtle house is a close second. You won’t see twin moons in El Gouna where the house is located, but it’s as close as you can get to reliving your pre-Jedi days.
The Millennium Falcon
At this Bali villa, nighttime breathtaking views overlooking the pool are reminiscent of being on the bridge of the fastest hunk of junk in the galaxy. Sure, feeling like you’re aboard the Millennium Falcon will run you a cool $1600 a night but it sleeps 14 people, so at $114 per person it’s worth finding 13 extra co-pilots.