Nestled in the ponderosa pines, The Lofthouse offers a relaxing retreat just minutes away from the Rocky Mountain town of Colorado Springs. The idyllic property is divided into two spaces: the Loft, where hosts Drew and Tarah work, collaborate, and meet with their guests, and the house — a private and modern Airbnb Plus cabin. Here, guests can absorb the natural beauty of the surrounding forest, listen to a classic vinyl, or throw on a plush robe and cozy up by the fire. The property’s tranquil atmosphere is its main draw. Case in point: according to a previous guest, the most stressful part of their stay was “deciding where to have my morning coffee.”

The bright and airy interiors, accented with a generous touch of hygge, are reflective of the husband-and-wife duo’s creative backgrounds. When they’re not hosting or spending time with their four kids, Drew works in film and television production and Tarah dabbles in various forms of design. Since opening their doors a little over a year ago, they’ve achieved Airbnb Superhost status, and a 5-star average rating to boot.

In this exclusive interview with ATLIST Travel, Tarah and Drew share the details behind their hosting style and their top 3 tips for vacation rental hosts aspiring to reach Superhost status.

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