While most of us are stuck at home self-isolating, it's a great opportunity to fantasize about the places we'd like to visit when we can travel freely once again. And there might be no better place to celebrate a pandemic finally subsiding than from within a cozy log cabin or a whimsical treehouse.
To help you make your post-pandemic travel plans, we're highlighting some of our very favorite cabins and treehouses on Airbnb right now, and they're nothing short of magical.
Sanctuary Treehouse - Asheville, North Carolina
For $199 per night, you and up to three others can stay in this gorgeous multi-part treehouse that offers everything you need for a cozy and comfortable stay, including WiFi, a television, and luxury linens. It’s also just 10 minutes from downtown Asheville, so you can pair a quiet, peaceful retreat with easy access to a ton of restaurants and shops.
Chateau Marmot at Mt. Rainer - Packwood, Washington
This A-frame cabin comes equipped with luxe amenities like a cedar hot tub, Weber gas grill, cozy fireplace, and balcony and deck for full-scale relaxation. It’s also near Mt. Rainier National Park and White Pass Ski Area, making it easy to take part in a bunch of outdoor recreation activities. Bonus: it’s totally dog-friendly, so you can bring your favorite furry family member with you.
Oceanside A-Frame - Oceanside, Oregon
Cozy A-frame cabin with an ocean view? Um, yes please. In addition to an impossibly beautiful panoramic view of the ocean, your stay in this mid-century cabin comes with WiFi, plush bathrobes, and cozy down comforters. It also features a wood-burning stove for cool nights, upping the cozy factor even further.
Mirror Lake Log Cabin - Gatlinburg, Tennessee
Nestled in the heart of the Smoky Mountains, this private, lakeside cabin offers two wraparound decks, a six-person hot tub, and access to fishing in the lake. Inside, you’ll find luxuries like vaulted ceilings, big-screen TVs in all three bedrooms, and granite countertops, so there’s really no reason not to add this gem to your travel plans.
The Pondhouse - Ashfield, Massachusetts
When it comes to unplugging from the outside world and recharging your mind, body, and spirit, it doesn’t get much better than the majestic glamping experience the Pondhouse offers. The cabin offers screens in lieu of traditional walls, so you’ll experience all of the sights and sounds of nature while being protected from the elements. There’s also a firepit, nearby walking trails, and a private bathroom with a shower just a two-minute walk away.
Sky Haus - Skykomish, Washington
This A-frame cabin is surrounded by beautiful mature trees and located a few steps away from winding hiking trails. The loft features four beds, a fully equipped kitchen with everything you need to make a delicious meal, and a gas fireplace to set the mood. It’s also just 15 minutes away from some killer slopes, so it’s great for a ski getaway.
Treehouse at Danville - Geneva, Florida
This cool yurt-meets-treehouse offers a funkier take on a traditional treehouse design, complete with a tree trunk elevator, private shower, air conditioning, and accent lighting to create a fully majestic experience. You’ll also find multiple decks with fun features like swing chairs, a two-person outdoor shower, and an amazing hot tub created from DC 10 jet engine cowling.
Hillside Cabin - Gatlinburg, Tennessee
Located just over three miles outside of downtown Gatlinburg, booking a stay at this charming cabin also means you’re just a stone’s throw away from restaurants, bars, and retailers. The cabin is also surrounded by hike and bike trails and comes with comforts like WiFi, bathroom and kitchen essentials, and heat and air conditioning, all for just $55 per night.
Private Getaway - Big Bear, California
This gorgeous cabin combines homespun charm with modern luxuries, like WiFi, a hot tub, and cable TV, including HBO and Showtime. The one-bedroom design and inviting atmosphere make it perfect for a romantic retreat, but the two beds in the loft and queen-size sofa bed in the living room mean it can comfortably sleep up to six people.
Luxury Stone and Timber Treehouse - Concord, North Carolina
Nestled within a peaceful, 20-acre farm, this one-room treehouse offers the ultimate glamping experience. The interior features handcrafted furnishings and decor, while a gorgeous private deck outside offers the perfect place to enjoy your morning coffee while being surrounded by massive pine trees and the sounds of nature.
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