Winter brings thoughts of warm fires, flurries of snow, and log cabins. Airbnb has plenty of cabins for travelers to choose from that provide you with the perfect outdoorsy atmosphere that you were looking for. They range in price and style so everyone can find something that will be the highlight of their stay.
We have compiled a list of the best log cabins that Airbnb has to offer travelers like you. They are gorgeous and the natural setting where they are located will make all of the difference in your trip. Keep reading to learn about ten log cabin Airbnbs you have to stay in!
10 Log Cabin With Hot Tub, BBQ & Fire Pit On The River (Blackhawk, Colorado)
This beautiful abode allows you and three friends access to the entire cabin that guests say is always sparkling clean. It is run by two superhosts in the mountains of Blackhawk, Colorado that will submerge you in the natural world.
You won't have to go without your modern amenities and luxuries as it even includes a hot tub and grill for great barbecuing. It is secluded, but guests are still given access to free wifi and beautiful OLED flatscreen television.
9 Entire Cabin In Sugar Grove (Sugar Grove, North Carolina)
If your party is a bit bigger than you should consider this log cabin in Sugar Grove, North Carolina. You can spend your free time hiking the Appalachian Trail, fishing, ziplining, or even tubing. They provide you with all of the essentials, including wifi, and the cabin itself is a gorgeous piece of architecture.
Everywhere you look showcases natural elements whether it be stone or wood accents, and it only costs $150 per night. There is even a town close by if you prefer local food ad drinks to whatever you can cook up in the kitchen.
8 Peaceful Wooded Sanctuary (Hancock, Wisconsin)
This entire cabin in Hancock, Wisconsin could be yours and it is worth the trip. It comes with a wood stove, hammock, and gazebo, but most people make the journey for outdoor activities. There are places to fish, boat, and enjoy nature between the forested area and nearby lakes and rivers.
Hunting grounds are also nearby for those interested in trying their hand at taking home a trophy. The great thing about this place is that you can bring your dog with you for an extra fee, so you never have to leave your favorite pooch at home again.
7 Hickory Creek Lodge (Urbana, Ohio)
This cabin is run by a superhost and guests always say that it is cleaner than their own homes when they stay for a visit. It is located in Urbana, Ohio and can accommodate you and up to five of your closest friends. It was handcrafted by the Amish and it has a romantic appeal that entices many couples to book this for their stay.
The owner even offers to bring in a licensed massage therapist for the ultimate wilderness retreat, and in the summer you can try the outdoor rain shower. If you enjoy trying new bottles of wine, they have some on-site for $10 a bottle as you end your night beside the fireplace.
6 "Just The Two Of Us" Cabin With Spectacular View (Gatlinburg, Tennessee)
If you wanted to enjoy the beauty of the Tennessee mountains while still being within a reasonable distance of a major city, then this is the cabin for you. The theme of this particular cabin is black bears, and it is the perfect place for any couple looking for somewhere to go on their honeymoon.
There is a king-sized bed, whirlpool tub, and a fireplace that really set the mood for your romantic getaway. You can overlook the mountains, and when you're ready, you can trek the 3 miles to the city of Gatlinburg.
5 Log Cabin On Lovely Mountain Pond (Newry, Maine)
The outside of this cabin alone should sell you on this booking located in Newry, Maine. It is fairly cheap at only $79 per night and everyone who has stayed here has given them 5-stars. The cabin itself is a piece of history as it was built back in 1902, but it was relocated to its current location where it overlooks a 12-acre pond.
The host lives about 200 feet away and offers up her toilet and shower, otherwise, you will have to use the outhouse and outdoor shower. Guests are also permitted to use the rowboat and canoe, as well as try the aqua-zipline, but unfortunately, fishing is not allowed.
4 Riverside Cabin (Bowling Green, Kentucky)
If Mammoth Cave is on your bucket list of places to visit, then you should jot down this adorable Airbnb as the place where you should stay. The cabin is located on the Barren River and is a great place to relax and escape life for a few moments.
It comes equipped with all of the amenities you could possibly need and you can take a swim if you desire, but it is always at your own risk. This part of the country is beautiful and you can even bring your pet along to enjoy the surrounding scenery with you.
3 Cozy Classic Log Cabin/Private Hot Tub/Fireplace (Jackson, New Hampshire)
This cozy little log cabin is a rustic retreat that provides a natural escape from the real world. You can sit back, and relax in front of a fireplace and it acts as a haven for cross country skiers.
You can leave directly from your front door and make your way to the nearby town pub, or you can go for a horseback ride through the mountains. When the cold becomes too much you can hop into the hot tub which is kept open all winter long for guests to thoroughly enjoy.
2 Coyote Creek Cabin, W/ Fireplace & Nature Trail (Lindale, Texas)
This adorable little cabin in Texas is an awesome place for someone who hates the winter to escape to for a few days. There is nature all around you and plenty of walking trails for guests to explore.
You can end the night beside the outdoor fire pit and make some s'mores or play some cornhole. If you enjoy markets and discovering new things then a trip up to the town flea market will be calling your name where you will find a slew of goodies and souvenirs to take home with you.
1 Holloway Cabin On Creek & Private Hot-Springs (Buena Vista, Colorado)
This hidden wonder in Colorado has its own private hot springs that are unlike anything else you will ever experience. You will be thrust into the midst of tall mountains and surrounded by rivers and lakes that you should explore.
There are so many things to do like hiking, biking, four-wheeling, and cross-country skiing. You can relax in the hot springs on the property, or drive down the road to the ones near Cottonwood Lake.