Would you stay at Dunkin’ Donuts’ $10-per-night Airbnb?

The 275-square-foot home is literally fueled by used coffee grounds

Oct.October 21, 2018 01:00 PM

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Dunkin’ Donuts is getting into the tiny home game.

The coffee chain has built a tiny mobile home in Nahant, Massachusetts and is now renting it out on Airbnb for $10 per night with a maximum stay of up to three days, according to Eater.

Billed on Airbnb as “The Home That Runs On Coffee,” the house comes with ample coffee-making supplies, unlimited Dunkin’ coffee and donuts (of course) and the small structure is powered on oil extracted from used coffee grounds.

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The interiors, which were designed by actress Olivia Wilde, have subway-tiled walls and Dunkin’-branded pink and orange accent colors sprinkled throughout the 275-square-foot space. It also comes with a full kitchen, a Jacuzzi tub, cedar deck and a loft bed.

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The house was first displayed in New York as part of a brand installation before being relocated to the lot near Boston. [Eater]–Erin Hudson

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