10 Calming Cabins Perfect for Your Next Fall Getaway
Rent these comforting spaces for a weekend escape.
Published Sep 10, 2017 7:30 AM
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Fall is the perfect time to toss your comfiest clothes (and a good bottle of wine) into a bag, make a great playlist, and head out into the woods for a rejuvenating weekend escape. We’ve rounded up some gorgeous rental cabins that will make all your fall weekend getaway dreams come true.
Located in the forests of Lanner, Washington, this Glass Cabin by Zeroplus Architects is a gorgeous mix of rustic and modern. It includes a gourmet kitchen, waterfront and coastal forest views, and private access to the beach.
Designed by Cargo Architecture, this Scandinavian-inspired Charlevoix Cabin in Quebec is a gorgeous, modern take on a secluded mountain cabin. It offers a peaceful locale and all-modern amenities for up to 14 guests, so it’s perfect for a group getaway.
Joshua Tree Cabin
Experience an off-the-grid escape at the Joshua Tree Homesteader Cabin, which was featured in the New York Times for its unique status of being situated on five acres of untouched Joshua Tree desert. Only a short drive from downtown Joshua Tree, the cabin affords guests the chance to live under the stars and experience the stunning beauty of the area at its purest.
Black Mountain Cabin
High Haven is a stunning cabin retreat located in Black Mountain, North Carolina, and it’s surrounded by the Blue Ridge Mountains. Guests can wake up to a spectacular sunrise view at 4,000 feet, all while enjoying their morning coffee on a private deck. After a day of exploring the beauty of the region, prepare a meal in the gourmet kitchen, and relax next to the wood-burning fireplace.
Green House Cabin
For a truly serene glamping experience, the Peaceful Cedar Green House Cabin near Silverton, Oregon is the perfect destination—the glass-enclosed greenhouse has been converted into a luxury cabin. Guests can enjoy the surrounding beauty from the back porch or modern Cedar hot tub, or while relaxing with a glass of wine next to the firepit.
Japanese Style Cabin
This Japanese Style Cabin is super luxurious, and sleeps up to six guests. Located deep in the California Redwood Forest, it boasts a modern kitchen, luxurious bathroom, and wood burning fireplace. The exterior amenities include a private deck, outdoor spa and shower, and propane barbecue.
Located on the Santarella Estate in the Berkshires, Silo Studio Cottage is an utterly charming, two-story cottage originally used as a summer studio by sculptor Henry Hudson Kitson. It features unique “mill windows” that look out onto treetops, a nearby lily pond, gardens, and footpaths leading to a peaceful, babbling brook. Guests are welcome to explore the tranquil estate grounds, which are also close to both the Appalachian Trail and Tyringham Cobble.
Far Meadow Log Cabin
The Far Meadow Log Cabin is a classically cozy, one-room abode tucked away on 20 private acres in the High Sierras of California. Guests have gorgeous forest and river views from both inside the cabin, as well as on the large private deck. It’s perfect for a weekend of hiking, kayaking, or just some peace and quiet.
River House Cabin
Rivermac on the Toccoa is a luxury cabin overlooking the Toccoa River in the Chattahoochee National Forest in Blue Ridge, Georgia. Called a modern version of a classic river house, this rustic sanctuary allows guests to enjoy stunning river and forest views from the soaring glass windows, all while enjoying the many amenities of the cabin—such as a game room, pool table, gourmet kitchen, and hot tub. You can also take part in area hiking, fishing, kayaking, bird watching, and mountain biking.
Log Home Cabin
Situated on a quiet lake in Helena Valley, Montana, the Beautiful Log Home on Canyon Ferry Lake is an upscale version of the classic log cabin, making it ideal for a relaxing weekend getaway. The retreat offers prime views of the lake and surrounding mountain region, while offering modern amenities. The large private deck is secluded enough to feel like an escape, but is still only minutes away from the marina and local village life.