It's spring in Iowa, but the temperatures are still lingering in the I-need-to-wear-a-coat range. We're longing for sunshine, some warmth, and summer can't come soon enough. If you weren't lucky enough to get away to a tropical location this spring, you can get some of those vacation vibes by lounging in your very own private heated pool and you don't need a plane ticket.
In just over two hours you can pack up family and friends and head to central Iowa for an Airbnb that comes complete with your very own indoor heated pool where you can experience some warmth and relaxation.
This amazing Airbnb is in Adel, Iowa about 150 miles from Cedar Rapids. This beautiful scenery is reason enough to pack up the family and get away for a while, but what makes this getaway even more special is that inside you'll find comfy rooms, a large kitchen, an adult-sized teepee, and did I mention your very own indoor heated pool?
Can't you just feel the tension melting away at the thought of soaking in your own private pool?
Here's the Adel, Iowa home's description from the Airbnb website:
Summer never ends at this peaceful Adel home, where you can swim year-round and enjoy family-focused amenities and activities without ever leaving the property!
Let's take a look inside and see what this four-bedroom beauty has to offer.
Relax in Your Own Heated Indoor Swimming Pool at this Iowa Airbnb
This amazing Airbnb in central Iowa is about a 2.5-hour drive from the KRNA metro. It's spring, but temps don't feel like it yet. You'll love soaking in your own heated pool while you take in this property's beautiful scenery. There's even an adult-sized teepee that will make you feel like a kid again. Pack up the family and in less than three hours, it's the perfect weekend getaway.
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