Nothing says “stay the hell away from me” quite like taking a trip to an undisclosed location.
But what if… you could disappear for real?
For just $200 a night, those seeking absolute solitude can now book an exclusive getaway inside of a ginormous potato just south of downtown Boise, Idaho.
Recycled from the ‘spud’ used during the Idaho Potato Commission’s Big Idaho Potato Tour, “The Big Idaho® Potato Hotel” is a one bedroom, one bath, windowless, six-ton potato that’s loaded with style.
Wolfe said she used about nine inches of spray foam insulation to conceal the large beams that could be seen throughout the cabin.
The result: a warm and cozy hideout with a “cave-like” feel.
Worried you’ll freeze your buns off during the winter months? Don’t be. The giant tater has all the essentials, including heating, air, electrical and an indoor fireplace.
The cabin also comes equipped with a mini-fridge, a collection of old records to enjoy ALL BY YOURSELF and a custom-built queen-sized bed.
The bathroom (yes, there’s plumbing, too!) is located in a separate structure—a customized green silo bin that’s been converted into a spa—where guests can relax and soak under the stars.
So, if you’re anything like me, tired AF and ready to get the hell out of dodge, you might want to book ahead because this potato is going to get very hot.