Would you stay at Dunkin’ Donuts’ $10-per-night Airbnb?
The 275-square-foot home is literally fueled by used coffee grounds
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.
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.
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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