This quaint Quonset could quite possibly be Wes Anderson's country cottage on a goat farm in Bellvue, Colorado. For $90 per night, it could make for a perfect stay-cation. 

According to the listing at, this kitschy two-bedroom Bellvue bungalow was built in the 1950s when the property was a dairy farm, and was used as a milk hands' quarters. Now the dome-shaped dwelling offers the comfort of modern amenities, while maintaining tons of mid-century charm with an eclectic interior (and a fridge stocked with fresh eggs, goat milk and garden-grown veggies).

This unique Quonset hut is situated on a small farm and is close to outdoor adventures including hiking, biking, rafting, paddleboarding, and anything involving the mountains! Lory State Park is 3 miles away, Horsetooth Reservoir is 2 miles away, and the entrance to the Poudre Canyon is 4 miles away, and Downtown Fort Collins is a 10min drive!
If you'd rather relax at home you will fall in love with the the coziness, the unique shape, and peaceful quiet location. This is a great couple getaway! source: listing

On the listing, you can check out guest reviews, and recent visitor Rayvanne said that her Airbnb hosts, 'Zach and Kati went the extra mile by leaving fresh eggs, lettuce, fresh goat milk, local craft brews and coffee which made me feel right at home.'

I think that I actually want to just live there. You can see even more photos and reserve this Airbnb here.