Why stay anywhere else than the best especially when you can drive there? The Midwest's best Airbnb is a fairly short drive from the Cedar Rapids. It has historical value and has been featured on television and in several newspapers and magazines. Pack up your bags because we are headed to the Midwest's Best Airbnb.

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Global Viewpoint released their 17 Best Airbnb's in the Midwest and since we live in the Midwest, we had to see how close the best one is to Cedar Rapids. Taking the cake this year is the Still Bend/Frank Lloyd Wright's Schwartz House in Wisconsin.

This beautiful and historic home is located in Two Rivers, Wisconsin. This four-bedroom, two full, and two half bath is Frank Lloyd Wright's built version of his Life Magazine "Dream House" design from 1938.

This Airbnb has been featured in Travel Channel's "Amazing Vacation Homes," The Fine Living Channel's "Around the World in 80 Homes," The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Dwell Magazine, Town and Country, and at least 20 other national and regional magazines. The property has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since 1966.

The Still Bend/Frank Lloyd Wright's Schwartz House is located on the East Twin River in Two Rivers, WI, and about a mile from Lake Michigan. This house accommodates 6 people but can fit up to 8 with $50 per person over 6. Staying here won't be cheap, but worth it. Prices range from $450 to $600+ per night.

Michael is the host of Still Bend/Frank Lloyd Wright's Schwartz House and loves restoring this Frank Lloyd Wright masterpiece.

Before you stay at the Still Bend/Frank Lloyd Wright's Schwartz House, let's take a look inside.

Midwest's Best Airbnb Is A Short Drive From The Quad Cities

If you're going on vacation and want to stay somewhere, you mine as well stay at the best. This is a look inside Frank Lloyd Wright’s Schwartz House in Wisconsin which was named this year's Midwest's Best Airbnb. Get you and 5 friends together or the family, and stay at this beautiful, historic home which is only a few hours away from the Quad Cities.

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