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10 Airbnbs near NYC with amazing fireplaces

Get cozy in front of these massive fireplaces not far from the city.
Written by
Shaye Weaver

When the temperatures drop and the leaves fall, nothing is quite as cozy as cuddling up in front of a roaring fire. 

This fall and winter is the perfect time to make an escape from New York City to an Airbnb with an amazing fireplace, where you can unwind and keep warm. 

These 10 properties, not far from NYC, have some of the most impressive fireplaces to sit in front of.

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Airbnbs near NYC with cozy fireplaces

Just five minutes from Phoenicia, this cabin has a beautiful stone fireplace you can cozy up in front of and take in views of the woods around the cabin. The 2-bedroom stay itself is located on a .75-acre piece of land next to Stony Clove Creek and hiking is available to the adventurous. The cabin is full of linens that'll make your stay even cozier and the kitchen is fully-equipped for all your cooking and baking needs. $256 per night.

This log cabin is all about rustic living. The three-bedroom stay has a big roaring fireplace that you can read beside or gaze into as you take in the sounds of the trickling Woodland Valley creek. After you wake up in one of its wooden beds under a cozy quilt, take in a beautiful hike with 25-mile views or go fishing in the Esopus River a mile away. It's a quaint stay for those looking for the serenity of the mountains in a bucolic setting. $350-$400 for two nights.


This mid-century modern chalet with large windows, tall ceilings, exposed wood beams, and a stone fireplace is perfect for those who need to isolate (hiking is nearby at Elm Ridge, Colgate Lake and North South Lake) but is also just 10 min to town. You also get access to a tennis court if you want to get some games in and an outdoor fireput, but you may be watched by some local wildlife, including deer, bear, coyotes, beaver, woodchucks, raccoons, geese, ducks, frogs, insects and possums. $283 per night. 

It's a wood-burning fireplace you'll find at this dreamy cottage from 1909. Originally owned by a "medicine woman," the one-bedroom home has a fairytale-like feel that starts with the grand stone fireplace and continues up to a loft-style bedroom and beautiful kitchen with a stone wall and arched cottage doorway. You'll have access to the surrounding forest and river with views of the mountains. And when you want to just take it all in, there's a hanging egg chair you can sit in while you listen to the babbling brook. $245 per night.


Nestled between the woods and a meadow on a five-acre property, this four-bedroom woodsy cabin has a stone, wood-burning fireplace to play games beside and cozy up next to in the cold months. Each room is comfortable but the master bedroom has a large balcony, perfect for drinking your morning coffee or star-gazing. You can explore its three acres of woods or venture further out into the Catskill Mountains nearby or go skiing at the Belleayre Ski Center in the winter. Plus, the home is only 20 minutes to the Phoenicia Diner and Esopus Creek. $264 per night.


This old stone building created in 1932 was a cottage for the domestic staff of the family of H.L. Bitter. It looks like something out of a fairytale with its stone facade, fireplace and shabby chic interior. It's been renovated but still has the original bath fixtures from the '30s and a coffee service area with a 1935 Fridgidaire refrigerator filled with cold drinks. The bedrooms are spacious but cozy and have windows with flower boxes that overlook an herb and flower garden. There's even a firepit you can use to enjoy in the cool mountain air. $97 per night.

This stay, which is on top of Talcott Mountain, has storybook vibes and two fireplaces. The two-story stone cabin is a studio with a kitchen, full bath, and a stone fireplace as well as two stone patios, an outdoor fireplace, an in-ground pool and a basketball court with a fenced-in yard. It's on the property of another home, but is a steep walk away. It's nearby to hiking/walking trails, a winery, movie theatres, restaurants, and shopping in quaint New England towns. $511 per night.


Sit in front of a cozy wood-burning fireplace at this quiet getaway in Cozy Lake, Oak Ridge. The home, built in the 1920s, has been renovated to have modern conveniences but is still a rustic choice for those who want to get some hiking, biking and kayaking in this fall or winter. Historic Warwick is just 30 mins away with wineries. $130 per night.

Relax near the stone fireplace of this relaxing cabin near Tomahawk Lake. The cabin is simple but quiet and offers the perfect respite with vaulted ceilings, wood paneling and a loft sleeping space as well as an outdoor firepit for nighttime s'mores. Restaurants and shopping are nearby and the cabin is only a five-minute walk to the beach club and trails. $99 per night.

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