If you are looking to get away for a weekend to unplug and relax, then look no further than Airbnb for your next vacation.
Airbnb has the best cabins that range from being full of amenities to having the bare minimum to make your next trip as loud or quiet as you like.
You do not have to be in the forest to rent a cabin continue reading to learn more about seven amazing cabins from across the United States that you can rent from Airbnb to reconnect with nature, get away from it all, or have a quiet, relaxing stay.
Twin Creeks Refuge, Maggie Valley, North Carolina
If you know anything about the Maggie Valley, North Carolina area, the drive up these mountains can be steep and treacherous, especially in the colder months. However, the Twin Creeks Refuge takes the guesswork out of getting to your retreat.
This authentic, 100-year-old log cabin is in the heart of Maggie Valley. Nestled on a flat, easy to drive to lot, this cabin features all the charm you could wish for against the backdrop of one of the oldest mountain chains in the world.
The Twin Creek Refuge is a two-bedroom, three-bath cabin that will comfortably sleep up to five people. The cabin is pet-friendly, so bring along your pup if you need extra company. Some of the amenities included are:
- Private entrance and parking
- A fire pit
- Outdoor dining area
- Fully stocked board game closet
- Washer and dryer
- Private hot tub
- Fully supplied kitchen
- Central heat and air conditioning
- TV with streaming services
Renters take note that although this lovely cabin is in a quiet, relatively safe area, the owner does not have any security cameras on the property.
The fee for this Airbnb starts at $124 per night, which we think is an absolute deal for comparable cabins in the area.
1914 Cabin, Estes Park, Colorado
You will feel like you’ve stepped back in time when you stay in this cabin that was built in 1914 in Estes Park, Colorado. This one-bedroom, one-bathroom, vintage hillside cabin is comfortable to sleep in for adults but do leave your pup at home as this cabin is not pet friendly.
This cabin is an excellent choice if you are looking for a comfortable place to rest while enjoying the amenities of the local town. Rocky Mountain National Park is a short distance away, and there are plenty of things to do and see within the city.
While the amenities for this specific cabin are few, the historic charm and quaintness of the cabin are the real stars of the show. It includes a private deck to enjoy the sound of the river that runs next to it. The river is a great fishing spot during the warmer months.
The cabin rents for $110 per night, and it is recommended that you either have AWD, 4WD, or snow chains on your tires if you are renting from October through May.
Wald House PDX, Portland, Oregon
If you’re looking for a cabin on the West Coast, the Wald House PDX is an absolute gem! A 1979 architectural masterpiece, Wald House PDX is hidden away in Portland’s West Hills, around ten minutes from downtown Portland.
Experience the tranquility of Portland’s lifestyle while enjoying the best of both worlds: nature and the metropolis. This house was created for complete relaxation and refreshment. The hosts are committed to providing their guests with the most excellent Portland experience, whether they are sitting in the house, going for a hike, or exploring the city.
Wald House PDX has two bedrooms, each with a queen bed and 1.5 bathrooms, a living space, a large kitchen, and an outdoor deck to round out the common areas. This cabin can fit parties of six people comfortably, making it ideal for small families or groups of friends.
While the house is not pet-friendly, photoshoot friendly, or shoe friendly, there is something to be said for taking a weekend and spending it at this amazing cabin. Nightly rates start at $271, but the architecture and history of this cabin are worth every penny.
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The Cabin at Rock Canyon, Branson, Missouri
A lovely cabin in a semi-private resort in the center of Branson. You’ll feel remote in the Ozarks, but you’re only a few blocks from everything this town has to offer!! This is the most beautiful cabin in the entire county, yet it is only a short walk to the strip.
This one-bedroom, one-bathroom cabin sleeps four adults comfortably, with plenty of space for a travel crib if your party includes small children. With an open floor plan and a fireplace, the cabin is lovely. It also has a pond on-site that is accessible. The kitchen and bathroom include granite countertops, and the bathroom has a bespoke walk-in shower.
This cabin is priced at $193 per night, with the ability to pay a small fee if you plan on bringing any pets. It features a private entrance and keyless entry, access to the rest of the resort amenities, and even your own private parking.
LoveNest View, Gatlinburg, Tennessee
Come for the cabin, stay for the view. That’s the motto at the LoveNest View Cabin in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, and it is the best one yet. That’s because, even though this cabin is a tiny home, the gigantic view of the Great Smoky Mountains more than makes up for the lack of space.
This cottage is approximately 3.6 miles from the heart of Gatlinburg, Tennessee! It has a private deck with a hot tub and breathtaking views! For the ultimate experience, the cabin also has lovely hardwood flooring, walls, and ceilings!
Starting at only $123 per night, not only does this cabin check every box you could want, but at a price that makes a sudden trip completely worth it.
Shenandoah Peak, McGaheysville, Virginia
If you are looking for a private getaway to which you can bring 11 of your closest friends, then look no further than the Shenandoah Peak cabin in McGaheysville, Virginia. This stunning log cabin home boasts four bedrooms, three and a half baths, and room for 12 to eat, sleep, and play comfortably.
You can enjoy panoramic views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Shenandoah Valley from your private deck. Watch the sunrise over the mountains in the morning and warm up in the private hot tub in the cooler evenings.
At $343 per night, this cabin is not intended for a single person, but we could not fault you for wanting the views all to yourself either! The host recommends using a vehicle with AWD or 4WD to access the property, but it is not needed during the spring and summer months.
There are no pets allowed at this property. The host is not onsite, but security cameras are on the premises. The guest reviews also mention renting this property in advance as it does tend to be reserved relatively quickly.
River’s Edge, Marlinton, West Virginia
The last cabin on our list is the River’s Edge in Marlinton, West Virginia. This two-bedroom, one-bath cabin is perfect for a single person or can sleep up to 6. One of two log cabins on the property, this newly built log cabin is situated on the fully accessible Greenbrier River.
An open concept floor plan includes a sleeping loft, a queen bed, and a pullout sofa. The cabin also has an open concept kitchen, dining, and living area. You and your family can relax on the front porch in the evenings, overlooking the Greenbrier River and nearby Snowshoe.
The waterfront view and ample outdoor entertainment space make this cabin an absolute gem against the backdrop of the Smoky Mountains. The location is close to state and national forest trailheads, snow skiing resorts, and plenty of good restaurants nearby.
Prices for the cabin start at $165 per night during the off-season, which runs from October to May. The host notes that while the cabin is pet friendly, there is a two-pet limit and a non-refundable fee for each pet. Many guests have said that this cabin rents quickly, so booking your stay well in advance is best.