15 gorgeous Airbnbs for ski getaways from NYC

Rent one of these log cabins, chic chalets, modern townhouses or other Airbnbs for ski getaways from NYC

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The best winter getaways from NYC all have a few things in common: Rustic vibes, cozy blankets, steaming mugs of hot chocolate and plenty of the powdery white stuff. These stunning Airbnbs at ski resorts near NYC hit all of the criteria. Whether you’d like to book an easy weekend trip within a few hours of the city or want to spend a full week on the slopes, there are plenty of cabins near NYC to rent on Airbnb. Stunning chalets, modern condos and 19th-century farmhouses all appear on our list of rental properties near the slopes. Don’t forget your hand warmers!

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Airbnbs for ski getaways from NYC

The Stone Farmhouse in Stroudsburg, PA

The Stone Farmhouse in Stroudsburg, PA

Distance from NYC: 2 hours
Where to ski: Camelback Mountain Resort

Since it’s a solid 20 minutes from the nearest ski resort, this 1840s farmhouse feels peaceful and serene. The home retains much of its old school charm (like the claw-foot tub, turn-of-the-century fireplace and wide plank floors) but has been renovated with modern amenities (like the chef’s kitchen with a farmhouse sink that Joanna Gaines would approve of). Animal lovers should also book a tour of the Lakota Wolf Preserve for the life-changing opportunity to see foxes, bobcats and four wolf packs in their natural habitat. From $150 per night

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35-Acre Estate in Jewett, NY

35-Acre Estate in Jewett, NY

Distance from NYC: 2 hours
Where to ski: Windham Mountain

Discover how it feels to live on a private estate at this spacious five-bedroom chalet. It's a luxurious property, with two connecting decks, picture windows and a hot tub with 360-degree views of the mountains. And that’s not even mentioning the 35-acre lot, which includes two private lakes and borders the wild Catskills forest. From $550 per night

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Sleek Four-Bedroom Windham Estate in Windham, NY

Sleek Four-Bedroom Windham Estate in Windham, NY

Distance from NYC: 2 hours
Where to ski: Windham Mountain

Planning a trip with your whole crew? Reserve this massive vacation property that sleeps up to 10 people. It’s just a short drive from Windham Mountain, so the location couldn’t be better. After a long day on the slopes, cozy up in front of the wood-burning fireplace or soak your tired muscles in the hot tub. From $565 per night

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Rustic 1830s Farmhouse in Brewster, NY

Rustic 1830s Farmhouse in Brewster, NY

Distance from NYC: 2 hours
Where to ski: Thunder Ridge

This quaint, 19th-century farmhouse would make an ideal setting for a couples’ getaway or girls’ trip. Though neighboring Thunder Ridge is one of the smaller resorts near New York, it still offers 22 trails for skiers and snowboarders. At night, sink into the leather couch to play games or catch up; if it’s not too cold, you can even build a fire in the pit on the back patio. From $175 per night

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Gerry’s Stunning Two-Bedroom Lakeview Condo in Vernon, NJ

Gerry’s Stunning Two-Bedroom Lakeview Condo in Vernon, NJ

Distance from NYC: 2 hours
Where to ski: Mountain Creek Resort

Cathedral ceilings and lakefront views give this condo plenty of visual interest, but the real attraction here is its proximity to the slopes at Mountain Creek. Guests can take advantage of the common areas at Black Creek Lodge, including several hot tubs and an outdoor firepit. From $259 per night

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Catskill Chalet in Lanesville, NY

Catskill Chalet in Lanesville, NY

Distance from NYC: 2 hours 45 minutes
Where to ski: Hunter Mountain

Skiiers and snowboarders can walk to the slopes from this vintage 1970s A-frame cabin. Enormous windows span the entire front of the home—from the base of the roof to the massive deck—and provide gorgeous views of the snowy landscape. After a long day out in the cold, an evening in front of the wood-burning fireplace sounds oh-so-cozy. From $450 per night

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Three-Bedroom Cottage in Gorgeous Litchfield Hills in Cornwall, CT

Three-Bedroom Cottage in Gorgeous Litchfield Hills in Cornwall, CT

Distance from NYC: 3 hours
Where to ski: Mohawk Mountain

This quaint colonial cottage is just five minutes away from Mohawk Mountain, but snow bunnies might also want to try another nearby cold-weather sport: snowshoeing the Appalachian Trail. However you choose to spend the day, you’ll be greeted by charming period decor and cushy queen beds when you return to your Airbnb. From $144 per night

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Ski In, Ski Out Condo With Shared Pool, Hot Tub and Sauna in Dover, VT

Ski In, Ski Out Condo With Shared Pool, Hot Tub and Sauna in Dover, VT

Distance from NYC: 4 hours
Where to ski: Mount Snow

This modern condo on the slopes of Mount Snow offers amenities galore: a wood-burning fireplace, massive sectional sofa, flat screen HDTV and access to the sauna, hot tub and pool at the lodge. Since the three-bedroom, three-bathroom space can easily accommodate as many as 10 people, it’s perfect for a group getaway. From $186 per night

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Classic Log Home in Ludlow, VT

Classic Log Home in Ludlow, VT

Distance from NYC: 4 hours
Where to ski: Okemo Mountain Resort

Nothing says rustic quite like a log cabin. A bench-style dining table, homespun throws and lots of plaid accents add to the country-chic vibes. Bust out your flannel PJs and whip up some hot cocoa for the ultimate winter weekend. From $269 per night

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Restored Victorian Home in Ludlow, VT

Restored Victorian Home in Ludlow, VT

Distance from NYC: 4 hours
Where to ski: Okemo Mountain Resort

Though this charming Victorian has been retrofitted with modern amenities, it still retains plenty of its original character. Stained glass lamps, antique furniture and a covered front porch give the home a distinctive look. You can’t beat the location near both Okemo Mountain Resort and the shops of Ludlow Village, either. From $142 per night

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