From a hillside retreat overlooking the Smokies to a storybook cottage in California’s wine country, these coveted cabins will help you drift off the grid and into your daydreams.
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Off the grid cabin in the Green Mountains
Rating 4.89 out of 5; 479 reviews4.89 (479)
Entire cabin in West Bolton, Vermont
This charming hand-built log cabin in rural Vermont will give you a taste of true country living. It’s completely off the grid, which means you’ll be swapping your phone for some more wholesome analog fun. Get ready to fetch your own drinking water from the fresh mountain spring and roll up your sleeves to start your own fire (conveniently, the firewood should already be chopped for you).
Big Bear Treehouse - Forest Backyard, Mid-Century
Rating 4.92 out of 5; 487 reviews4.92 (487)
Entire cabin in Big Bear, California
After a day of skiing down the famous Big Bear slopes or hanging out by the glittering lake, take a scenic drive along the gorgeous back roads to this stylish lofted cabin. Here, every corner is picture-perfect: from the mid-century modern furniture to the two-story-high windows that frame the national forest just outside. Fire up the grill on the outdoor deck for a magical dinner under the stars.
Meadowlark Treehouse at Montana Treehouse Retreat
Rating 4.98 out of 5; 269 reviews4.98 (269)
Treehouse in Columbia Falls, Montana
Get up close and personal with nature at this quirky cabin in Columbia Falls, half an hour from Glacier National Park. Two living trees soar through the inside of the home (and from the bed you can rest your hands on the bark), while others pierce the outside deck. Take in the backdrop of the woods from the upstairs balcony, where you’ll catch incredible sunrise views and wildlife sightings.
Pisgah Highlands Hammock House
Rating 4.97 out of 5; 717 reviews4.97 (717)
Entire cabin in Candler, North Carolina
Perched on the edge of a mountain near Pisgah National Forest, this cabin meets all the criteria for a peaceful getaway in nature. Breathtaking views from the patio? Check. Comfy hammock in between the trees? Check. Tranquil swimming holes nearby? Check (but definitely ask the Host for recs). For further exploration, the Blue Ridge Parkway — one of America’s most beloved driving routes — is only four miles away.
Renovated Hillside Cabin Close to Downtown Gatlinburg
Rating 4.96 out of 5; 502 reviews4.96 (502)
Entire cabin in Gatlinburg, Tennessee
This modern cabin — perched on a hill near Gatlinburg, the gateway town to the Smokies — means wide-open views of the national park. Hunt for treasures in the mountain town’s galleries and kitschy souvenir shops, and return to stargaze from the deck. While a late-night soak in the hot tub is great, instead try sunrise, when you can see the soft hues over tree canopies with your morning coffee.
Gum Tree Lodge
Rating 4.98 out of 5; 512 reviews4.98 (512)
Entire cabin in Gordonsville, Virginia
Located on 70 acres of woods, rolling hills, and pastures in the Madison-Barbour Rural Historic District, this A-frame cottage lets you bask in Virginia’s bucolic charms. In fact, nature is not just found outdoors — the inside of the lodge is constructed from reclaimed wood, including the funky staircase railing fashioned from tree branches. Picturesque wineries, galleries, shops, and historical homes are all just a short drive from here.
The Pondhouse - A Magical Place
Rating 4.92 out of 5; 308 reviews4.92 (308)
Entire cabin in Ashfield, Massachusetts
If you’ve dreamed about sleeping in nature, this romantic pondside cabin — which has mesh screens instead of walls — lets you live it out in the most literal sense. There’s no electricity, much less wi-fi, so ditch your digital devices for simpler pleasures, like gazing at the 360-degree nature views from bed, feeling gentle breezes wafting through the curtains, and listening to the bullfrogs singing by the pond.
The Box Hop - Hocking Hills
Rating 4.93 out of 5; 398 reviews4.93 (398)
Entire cabin in Rockbridge, Ohio
Built from shipping containers, this modern home in Rockbridge showcases the beauty of southeastern Ohio from every room. There are many ways to chill here: the indoor soaking tub, the outdoor six-person hot tub, and the cushy swinging bed that looks out onto the forest. If you’re feeling adventurous, it’s five miles to the Cantwell Cliffs, eight to the Rock House trail, and 12 to world-famous Hocking Hills State Park.
Outside Magazine's "Best Airbnb" - Carriage House
Rating 4.99 out of 5; 347 reviews4.99 (347)
Entire cabin in Bozeman, Montana
The elegant touches in this French- and Japanese-influenced cabin are a rare find considering its rural setting in the farmlands of Montana. The front doors open up the studio to the scenery of the woods and an outdoor table perfect for al fresco dining (especially during sunset). Tackle the property’s 2.5 miles of trailheads and find yourself in the company of cranes, elk, and eagles.
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Cabin in Cortez
Private Sage Canyon Cliff House near Mesa Verde.
$315 per night
Cabin in Appomattox
Cozy and Private Riverfront Cabin on 50 Acres
$254 per night
Cabin in Eureka Springs
Glass Front Cabin with Stunning Lake View
$234 per night
Cabin in Sevierville
Breathtaking VIEWS! Close to All Attractions!
$269 per night
Cabin in Cresco
Couples Romantic Getaway-Pocono Mountains
$175 per night
Cabin in Fredericksburg
Peach Log Cabin/Hot Tub/Romantic/Close to Town!
$255 per night
Cabin in Alma
Creekside Colorado A-Frame Cabin 12 miles to Breck
$136 per night
Cabin in Stowe
$394 per night
Cabin in Eagle Harbor
True North Cabin on Lake Superior by Copper Harbor
$536 per night
Cabin in Yucca Valley
▵ Rocky Roost Cabin - Private Boulder Hiking!
$205 per night
Cabin in Millersburg
Charming Treehouse Getaway with Treetop Views
$229 per night
Cabin in Beach City
The A-frame at Creekside Dwellings ((hot tub))
$170 per night
Cozy Up in Woodsy Wonders
Cozy Up in Woodsy Wonders
There’s something universally appealing about a cabin: a quiet, well-lighted refuge in the middle of nature. Every corner of the world has its own take, from the mid-century A-frame to the iconic Swiss chalet.
Meet three Airbnb Hosts who’ve set their cabins against the perfect backdrop for your next getaway: a serene pond surrounded by the woods of the Catskills, the bank of a gently flowing river in small-town Japan, and a towering forest in the Swedish countryside (where roaming deer might just say hi). Pack your pajamas and prepare to snuggle up with a cup of hot cocoa.