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Cozy cabins to rent out on Airbnb across the country

From a log cabin on the bay to a mountain top cottage, these are the best cabins to rent on Airbnb across the country
Log cabin for two, Idyllwild, CA
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Want to cozy up in front of a wood-burning stove this winter? There’s only one place to do it: in a cozy cabin. Whether your travels take you to the best burgers in America, the best hiking trails in America or the most bizarre landmarks in the USA, book some nights of relaxation at your destination somewhere other than your standard hotel. From a cottage high about the New Hampshire forests to a remote climbers’ hut in Nevada’s Red Rocks, these are the best cabins to rent out on Airbnb across the country.

Cozy cabins around the country to rent out

Cabin in the Redwoods, Mendocino, CA
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Cabin in the Redwoods, Mendocino, CA

With two bedrooms that can sleep four and an expansive deck under the trees, this Airbnb pick is the perfect place to stay when jaunting to the northern California redwoods. The large, immaculate kitchen is a wonderful spot to cook meals for the group, and the hardwood deck set with wicker furniture makes for an ideal outdoor dining room. Boasting hand glazed Heath tiles, hardwood floors and organic paint, this soothing cabin is a great base for exploring nearby adventures on the coast or further inland at state parks including Russian Gulch and Mendocino Headlands. From $95 per night

Log cabin on the bay, Suttons Bay, MI
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Log cabin on the bay, Suttons Bay, MI

This expansive wood cabin is a stunning example of the form, with beautiful wood beams all throughout the interior. Three floors hold three bedrooms and sleep up to eight guests: gather together in the big main room, punctuated by comfy sofas and easy chairs, or hang out in the huge kitchen. The big private deck at the back of the house is a great spot for reading, meditating or even doing a yoga class, and it’s got a massive gas grill for dinner en plein air. The cabin is located right on a private beachfront: suntan in the beach chairs, take a dip in the water or enjoy the sunset reflecting down on the bay in the evening. From $199 per night

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Steve’s Hut, Blue Diamond, NV
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Steve’s Hut, Blue Diamond, NV

This stunning cabin isn’t exactly a “hut:” converted for climbers of Nevada’s beautiful Red Rock Canyon, the two-story home is perched high above the mountains and surrounded by natural friends (and foes) including tall conifers, mountain Lynx, ringtails, snakes and tarantulas. Aimed at hardy, adventurous souls, the cabin is the perfect place to relax after a long day of climbing or mountain biking: with a downstairs den, an upstairs bedroom and a luxurious outdoor hot tub, the house holds everything needed to unwind in comfort. At 3,500 feet, the cabin offers stunning views of Spring Mountains, Death Valley and the California Sierras. Take them in from the expansive deck. From $95 per night

Rustic cabin on the Maine coast, Steuben, ME
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Rustic cabin on the Maine coast, Steuben, ME

Maine’s dramatic coastline makes for the ideal backdrop for a getaway during any season. Round up your buddies and head to this expansive-yet-cozy cottage perched right on the shoreline. With three bedrooms sleeping eight guests and a colorful living room crowned by a wood-burning stove, this 1930s cabin is the ideal place to slow down and escape city life. Abutting the Maine Coastal Island Wildlife Refuge, it’s right next door to 12 miles of undeveloped shoreline that’s home to a variety of birds and marine life. Fishing, clamming and mussel-ing are all fun ways to bring home something for the group to cook up for dinner. From $100 per night

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Vermont tree cabin, Waterford, VT
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Vermont tree cabin, Waterford, VT

This cozy retreat in inland Vermont is New England at its best, a beautifully rustic hideaway smack-dab in the middle of the woods. With rustic hickory floors and knotty pine walls, the cabin has one bedroom but can sleep an additional guest on a cot. Relax inside with a book or head outdoors for the real treats: an expansive deck fitted with an all-weather white cedar hot tub, plus a gas grill for cookouts and a fire pit for evening s’mores. Nearby activities include hiking and mountain biking in the gorgeous White Mountain National Forest, where you can scale Mount Washington, the tallest peak in the Northeast at 6,288 feet. From $135 per night

Cozy mountain top cottage, Goffstown, NH
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Cozy mountain top cottage, Goffstown, NH

This stunning New Hampshire cabin is nestled atop Mount Uncanoonuc and affords incredible views of the forested peaks all around the property. Meticulously renovated, the two-bedroom cottage boasts hardwood floors and ceilings, shabby-chic furnishings and adorable touches like a potbelly stove in the kitchen. Bright and airy, the cabin sleeps four and affords easy access to plenty of little hiking trails snaking around the mountain. Take a walk down the old Cog railroad bed, cool off with a swim in Mountain base pond and head into town to go antiquing—you won’t run out of things to do here. From $150 per night

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Deer Creek log cabin, Bailey, CO
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Deer Creek log cabin, Bailey, CO

Located in the forest 45 minutes southwest of Denver, this comfortably appointed wood cabin is long on Colorado charm, with plenty of cozy furniture for nesting, rustic textiles and space for up to five guests. The Elk Creek Highlands afford plenty of opportunity for outdoorsy adventures including hiking, biking and fishing; when you get back to the cabin, relax in front of the wood-burning stove, grill up a feast on the gas grill and slip into the outdoor hot tub. From $115 per night

Bull Lake log cabin, Troy, MT
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Bull Lake log cabin, Troy, MT

This stunning cabin located on northwestern Montana’s Kootenay River is pure Western style: all exposed wood, with high ceilings and local touches like an antler chandelier, show shoes and pelts on the walls and carved eagles adorning the banisters. Built on its own island in the middle of Bull Lake, the cabin offers a rustic getaway for up to 10 guests divided between four bedrooms; gather around the woodburning stove, suntan on the deck and make sure to get out into the pristine Colorado wilderness: the area offers over two million acres of public lands for outdoors recreational use. You’ll have access to the boat ramp, marina and beach, and the hosts even provide a canoe to explore the lake and surrounding wetlands. From $189 per night

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Log cabin on Snake River, Irwin, ID
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Log cabin on Snake River, Irwin, ID

A wonderful choice for lovers of the great outdoors, this little cabin in the woods is rustic but charming, a simple one-room structure with a queen-sized bed, kitchen basics including a microwave, a toaster and complimentary bagels and cream cheese, and, outside, a hammock, charcoal grill and picnic table. Perfect for an ultra-secluded romantic getaway, the cabin is located right on Snake River, with some of the best trout fishing in the country; or, rent a boat, go horseback riding or hike and mountain bike in some of the West’s great wilderness: both Jackson Hole and Grand Teton National Park are just an hour’s drive away. From $85 per night

Secluded log cabin, Cornwallville, NY
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Secluded log cabin, Cornwallville, NY

This Catskills log cabin is a true upstate beauty, a seamless blend of rusticity and modernity. Hand-built and surrounded by 28 acres of pristine woodlands, the cabin boasts a Viking stove and Miele dishwasher alongside more traditional touches like a woodburning stove. Crowned by soaring cathedral ceilings, the cabin sleeps eight guests between three bedrooms, with plenty of common spaces for gathering together: sit down to enjoy a meal at the long French farmhouse table, cuddle on the sectional sofa or take in the sunrise on the covered front porch. Take a quiet walk along babbling Thorpe Creek to a secluded swimming hole, or hike along the creek to explore magnificent waterfalls upstream and down. From $81 per night

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Log cabin on Tumalo Creek, Bend, OR
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Log cabin on Tumalo Creek, Bend, OR

This rustic cabin in the woods is the perfect place to enjoy central Oregon’s stunning wilderness. Surrounded by 1.5 acres of nature, the cozy space has a lofted bedroom and plenty of common space for relaxing in front of the woodburning stove. With mountain bike and hiking trails located just outside the door, the cabin is also near the stunning Tumalo Falls. For a touch of civilization, downtown Bend is just nine miles away, home to art galleries, coffee shops and excellent restaurants. From $115 per night

Romantic lakefront cabin, Gig Harbor, WA
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Romantic lakefront cabin, Gig Harbor, WA

This tranquil lakeside cabin is the perfect spot for a romantic weekend or a fun-packed getaway with friends. With two bedrooms that can sleep up to six guests, the two-story, exposed wood home is beautifully rustic, with a wood burning stove, two decks for sunbathing and a deep porcelain tub for a steamy bath. Build a fire in the pit outside, soak in the outdoor hot tub and take a dip in the lake just outside the door. A kayak and canoe are provided for paddling. Bonus points: The kitchen is well-stocked with coffee, tea, homemade granola and popcorn. From $250 per night

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Log cabin for two, Idyllwild, CA
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Log cabin for two, Idyllwild, CA

This stunning Southern California cabin pays attention to each and every detail, with beautiful decor characterized by unique textiles, rustic touches such as feathers and pelts, and vintage framed posters. One bedroom has a queen-sized feather bed, with an additional sleeping area for another guest. The cozy, welcoming living room is anchored by a wood burning stove, the full kitchen is stocked with plenty of cooking equipment and spices and the huge bi-level deck has a large picnic table and a kettle charcoal grill. Relax at home with a good book or a board game, or head out into the California wilderness for mountain biking, fishing, hiking and rock climbing. From $145 per night

1890s log cabin, Biwabik, MN
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1890s log cabin, Biwabik, MN

Originally built in the 1890s, this diminutive log cabin is a beautifully welcoming hideaway in the Northern Minnesota woods. Measuring just 15 feet by 15 feet, the cozy spot is surprisingly modern, renovated to include heated floors, air conditioning in the summer and plenty of hot water. The bedroom tucked beneath the second floor eaves sleeps two, while downstairs the comfy living room beckons with a glass-fronted wood stove. A wealth of nature is located just outside the cabin, with water activities on nearby Wynne Lake and plenty of hiking and climbing inside George Washington State Forest. From $199 per night

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Cozy log cabin in the woods, Adams, WI
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Cozy log cabin in the woods, Adams, WI

This wood-beamed cabin outfitted in warm earth tones is a wonderfully cozy destination for up two seven guests divided between two bedrooms and a sofa bed. The expansive living room features soaring ceilings, plush couches and an electric fireplace, the kitchen includes a four-burner gas stove and there’s an outdoor deck with a gas grill. Nearby, check out paddling and fishing at Wisconsin river and Castle Rock Lake, canoeing and tubing at Point Bluff, and water parks and hiking at the Wisconsin Dells. From $95 per night

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