In need of a staycation? These unique vacation rentals in the Canton area will leave you feeling refreshed after a night or two away.

Cozy up in a tiny home in Berlin

“Klein Haus,” which means “small house” in German, is a tiny house just 20 minutes from Canton, in the heart of Amish Country. Listed on Vrbo for an average of $100 a night, the cozy cabin sleeps two people in a loft bed and is nestled along a tree line, making your stay quiet and secluded.

“Woods, water and privacy” in Dover

Get away from it all at the Cabin at Maple Pond, where you’ll find a cozy vacation home nestled in 19 acres of wooded property. You can fish in the 2-acre pond or walk along the trails on the property. There’s no TV or cable on the property, so you can really get away (don’t worry though, the owners promise there’s ample cell reception). 

From the Vrbo listing: “Our cabin is the place for kids to run around, catch frogs, tadpoles, and minnows. Watch the water bugs glide around the water. Kids thrive in the outdoors and this is the place to get wet, dirty, and play. At night the frogs create their own music loud enough to sing you to sleep.” 

You can rent it for an average of $99 a night.

Live like royalty in a mansion with sprawling gardens in Alliance

The Purcell Mansion and Gardens is on the list of the National Register of Historic Places, but it should also be on your list of perfect vacation rentals. 

You can stay in the medieval-themed Wessex Suite, the Tuscany-themed Medici Suite or the positively royal Princess Elizabeth Suite (all ranging between roughly $249 and $299 a night).

Guests also have access to other rooms of the historic mansion, so you can really feel like royalty.

Sleep in a shipping container in Dover

It looks unassuming from the outside, but it’s cozy and adorable on the inside. The shipping container sleeps two people and even has a hot tub. It’s listed on Airbnb for $109 per night.

Bring the whole family to a historic Georgian Mansion

Built in the 1920s by banker Charles Morgan and remodeled in 2009, the house sleeps six people and it’s full of of vintage furniture, as well as an art studio open to guests when the studio is open. And if you’ve never visited the Pro Football Hall of Fame, it’s just a mile away. The home is listed on Vrbo for an average of 249 a night.

Beer-lovers’ retreat in Minerva

If you love beer, you can stay in this Airbnb owned and operated by Sandy Springs Brewing Company in downtown Minerva. You can even get a growler filled onsite via a draft in your Airbnb. Sleep next to original brick walls in this adorable loft for $199 a night.

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Go back to summer camp in Hartville

Is it just me, or does this cabin look like the cabins from the remake of “The Parent Trap”? 

Get off the grid in the Darst-Myers Hallstead on a 7-acre farm just 9 miles outside of Canton. You can even feed and pet the goats, feed the chickens, pick fresh fruit in season and enjoy fresh eggs from the hosts. 

The cabin may seem small, but the loft-style home sleeps up to five guests for $82 per night.

Enjoy sprawling views of the Paris countryside

Paris, Ohio, that is. The Paris Cottage is just 15 minutes away from Canton and features stunning views of more than 100 acres of Ohio countryside.

The modern farmhouse looks like something straight out of an HGTV makeover show and sleeps four guests for $135 a night.

Peace and quiet in an apple orchard

Stay in a family-owned apple orchard in East Canton. The cabin can sleep up to four guests for $225 per night.