Everybody needs a break and getting away to escape everything is the perfect way to relax. Vacations are an important part of managing the life that one is living because working long hours every day can weigh on one's mental, physical, and emotional health. Although vacations are not always feasible for everyone due to their different financial situations, the time they are allowed to take off from work, and other factors that keep them rooted.

Some people fail to realize how simple a vacation can truly be, realistically you don't even need to leave your city to have a vacation. Most people believe that you have to leave the state, region, or country to be on vacation but that couldn't be farther from the truth. You can go to the next city, get a hotel room, find something to do, and turn your phone off/on do not disturb. For those in the Great Lakes/Midwest Region, this Airbnb that overlooks a waterfall could be the perfect getaway.

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Airbnb has taken over the vacation and traveling world over the last couple of years as many people have chosen to take the comfort of renting an entire home or apartment rather than a hotel room for many reasons. Those reasons include pricing, safety, privacy, and others as there is more freedom/flexibility with an Airbnb. Some Airbnb's are more sought after than others and I would imagine this Airbnb in Ohio is one of the most popular in the area.

In the TikTok below you are taken through a virtual tour of an Airbnb in Ohio that sits over a waterfall and provides breathtaking views for its visitors. The Airbnb is made from an old shipping container that now sits in the woods overlooking a natural waterfall. The patio has seating and a hot tub for visitors to enjoy the views outdoors but the inside is decked out.

@theboxhop Featuring a glass floor, fireplace, and hot tub ✨ would you stay here? #shippingcontainerhouse #containerhome #tinyhouse #tinyhome #dreamhome #construction #diy #airbnb #ohio #fyp #foryoupage ♬ original sound - The Box Hop

The inside of the shipping container has been made to feel like a cozy log cabin-like home that's sitting in the woods. The shipping container has an open floor plan with minimal furniture to maximize the space but the flat-screen TV sitting above the fireplace makes things bearable. They didn't show too much more of the home but the exciting parts are the hot tub, fireplace, and waterfall.

The only thing that sucks is there is no mention of the city or area that this Airbnb sits in, making it hard for potential visitors to gauge pricing or travel time. Would you spend a night or a few in this shipping container Airbnb that overlooks a waterfall?

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