Cabin porn is a thing. For many of us, the simplest of homes can bring us the most satisfaction.
It might surprise you to know that not all log cabins are tiny little homes occupied by lumberjacks, though. They’re also not all as minimalistic as you might think.
What’s better than a log cabin? Well, how about a log cabin mansion? (yes, that’s a thing).
Ready to talk about wood? Let’s take a look at the most awesome log cabin mansions on the internet.
1. Western Canada
Let’s start with this stunning contemporary cabin in Western Canada. With a basement, living room, two kitchens, multiple bedrooms, outdoor entertainment spaces, AND a home office, this thing is HUGE.
Let’s not forget the numerous windows, modern interior design, and gorgeous view, either. If you want bougie, you’ve got it. This log cabin mansion has everything you could dream of.
2. Lake Coeur d’Alene, Idaho
Next up, we have this beautiful lakeside log mansion situated on Idaho’s infamous Lake Coeur d’Alene. This 14,000 foot, awe-inspiring build is aptly named ‘the intricate.’
A quick glance inside reveals a heavenly mix of ornate detailing, cedarwood framework, and glass walls. It also boasts some granite-encased pillars, standing at a massive 32 feet high.
If that’s not enough to pique your interest, we should probably mention that this mansion has its very own movie theatre! Yes, really.
With four bedrooms, eight bathrooms, plenty of living space, and an exterior design to die for, The Intricate is truly in a league of its own.
3. Granot Loma, Lake Superior, Michigan
An article about log cabin mansions wouldn’t be complete without the Granot Loma. The Granot Loma is the world’s biggest (and most expensive) log cabin.
It’s no surprise, really – have you seen the size of that thing!? The Granot Loma was built with a mixture of Oregon pine, cement, and stone.
This incredible, 26,000 square foot mansion was built in 1923, and in 1991, it was given a spot on the National Register of HIstorical Places.
It’s worth an eye-watering $20 million (so we may have to keep dreaming), but the place is worth every cent. With a staggering 26 bedrooms, a private marina, and 5,000 acres of woodland, it’s no surprise it comes with such a steep price tag.
4. Timber Moose Lodge, Utah
Next up, we’ve got the gorgeous Timber Moose Lodge in Utah. While it’s true that no log cabin mansion can top the Granot Loma, Timber Moose Lodge doesn’t need to.
Its stunning exterior, spacious design, and modern interior put it in a league of its own. Timber Moose Lodge is the largest private cabin in the US, boasting a massive 26,500 square feet of living space.
It’s also surrounded by 12 acres of woodland, so you’ll never be bored of the view. With 13 bedrooms and 17 bathrooms, you’ll also have plenty of space to go crazy in. Oh, did we mention the sauna and indoor swimming pool, too?
5. The High-Falutin Hideaway Cabin, Oklahoma
Let’s move on to the HIgh-Falutin Hideaway in Oklahoma. We absolutely adore this one. It’s not as large as the other mansions we’ve mentioned, but you’ll definitely still have enough space.
This place can sleep up to twelve people, and it even comes with an outdoor fireplace, two-tiered chandeliers, a hot tub, and plenty of entertainment.
The High-Falutin HIdeaway is nestled in the heart of the Cordillera community in Broken Bow. As you enter, expect an abundance of wildlife, plenty of rolling hills, pine trees for miles, and an endless choir of birdsong.
6. Waterfront Lake Mille Lacs, Isle, Minnesota
Now, let’s take a look at ‘Musky Lodge’ on Lake Mille Lacs, Minnesota. Don’t let the name deter you because we promise there’s nothing musky about this place.
This gorgeous wood cabin (which is available to rent, by the way!) features nine bedrooms, a dedicated guest suite, a sauna, six baths, and a snack bar (instant winner).
If that’s not enough, you also get to use the indoor pool table, the outdoor grill, and each room has a beautiful view of the lake.
With a gorgeous light wood interior sprinkled with accents of green and grey, this cabin mansion will give you that feeling of luxury and escapism you’ve always dreamed of.
7. Glassy Mountain Estate, South Carolina
Next on our list, we have the Glassy Mountain Estate in South Carolina. This breathtaking piece of architecture comes with a very generous eight bedrooms, eight bathrooms, PLUS a movie theater.
The cabin was constructed with a mix of red cedar wood and Swedish cope, and its wood-beamed ceilings and wooden floors are genuinely stunning.
It also features an impressive chef’s grade kitchen, fitted with the most sought-after amenities. Life in this mansion would be a life well-lived.
If you want some inspo from a large family cabin, look no further. The Johnson family cabin in Wisconsin is a gorgeously crafted, very personal build.
Sadly it’s occupied, though, so don’t get your hopes up! When the Johnsons continued to grow, they decided to build a cabin with family in mind.
This incredible home was the end result. It features a slate roof with timber columns, a large deck and patio, and six individual suites – one for each family.
Its pine cabinetry, slate countertops, and numerous windows give this large cabin home a very modern and cohesive feel, ideal if you want something to suit an eclectic range of styles.
9. Moose Meadow Lodge, Vermont
With eighty-six acres of mountains, a rustic interior, and dedicated mountain view rooms, the Moose Meadow Lodge in Vermont is like no other.
This fantastic cabin offers visitors a large living space, and each room sports a unique theme. The lodge can accommodate up to twelve people, and it even features a magical treehouse nearby to house additional guests.
With incredible views, a dark wood exterior, and a wide range of amenities, the Moose Meadow Lodge offers its guests a truly memorable and unique experience (yes, you can stay here!)
10. Park City, Utah
If you’re ready for something a little more bougie, let’s take a closer look at this incredible 12 bedroom log cabin mansion in Park City, Utah.
This huge cabin is worth an eye-watering $49 million, and it’s nestled in the middle of 60 acres of unspoiled land. Tucked away in the mountains of Utah, you’re guaranteed pure privacy and uninterrupted peace.
Plus, with an indoor pool, a vast dining room, a fitness center, and a library, you’ll never be bored, even in the middle of nowhere!
If you really want to show off to your guests, there’s even enough room to store 28 cars on your driveaway. Talk about bang for your buck.
11. Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Roaring fireplaces, sprawling pillars of cedar, a beam log design… Those are just a few of the incredible features this stunning mansion in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, has to offer.
With 10,000 square feet of living space, you’ll never be short on room, and with a wide selection of ornate, handcrafted detailing, guests will be truly blown away by its show-stopping craftsmanship.
With plenty of bedrooms, living space, and an outdoor fireplace on the terrace, this mansion is oozing with sophistication.
12. Teton County, Wyoming
Let’s stay in Wyoming to have a look at this breathtaking cabin mansion in Teton County.
Filled with multiple antler fixtures, a mixture of wood and natural stone, and 118 acres of architecture, the imposing design of this home will undoubtedly capture your attention.
The interior is flushed with bursts of dark wood and unique lighting fixtures, and its incredible beamed ceilings will make you never want to leave.
Plus, the five bedrooms and awe-inspiring mountain view will steal your heart – we’re truly in love with this one!
13. Priest Lake Cabin, Northern Idaho
Next up, we have Priest Lake Cabin in Northern Idaho. Its lakeside setting makes this cabin an instant show stopper, and with four bedrooms, a boat garage, a games space, and a sleeping loft, you’ll never be stuck for things to do.
The interior boasts a beautiful blend of stone and wood, dark wood accents, and beige creating a modern, minimalistic feel. It also features outdoor living spaces, views of priest lake from every room, and an energy-efficient build.
It’s a real beauty.
14. Monroe, Washington
If you like cabins with an authentic Swedish feel, you’ll love this one. This cabin mansion boasts a Swedish redwood style set in ten acres of magnificent landscape.
With views of the cascades and the Olympic mountains, you’d be forgiven for thinking you’re actually in Sweden!
Its 30-foot pine ceilings, large dining room, unmistakable stone fireplace, and antique detailing will transport you to another world.
15. Victory Lodge, Sierra Nevada, United States
We couldn’t write this article without mentioning Victory Lodge. With 16,500 square feet of space, this magnificent build features nine bedrooms, a huge dining room, an indoor gym, a 3.22-acre estate, historical artifacts, and incredible lake and mountain views. It’s no wonder this beauty is worth over an astonishing $11 million! It has been branded the “world-class jewel of Sierra Nevada,” and it’s easy to see why.
16. The Hess Homestead, Pennsylvania
Now for the Hess Homestead in Colorado. The Hess Homestead has a rich, fascinating history which only adds to its charm.
The Homestead consists of several buildings, including a log farmhouse, a stone farmhouse, and an oil mill – all initially built in the 18th century.
A descendant of the Hess family restored the property in the 1980s. Now, the Homestead features many acres of land, multiple bedrooms, a large living space, and that iconic Swedish redwood look.
The Hess Homestead is a truly unique build, bursting with history and charm.
17. Beaver Creek, Colorado
Next on our list is this gorgeous cabin mansion in Beaver Creek, Colorado. 171 Peak View is worth a massive $9.5 million – it’s no surprise, really, just take a look at it!
The cabin mansion has an incredible 10,000 square feet of living space, six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a theatre, hot tub, and a sauna.
Not to mention the interior is to die for – with a limestone fireplace, a gourmet kitchen, extensive log detailing, and a wine cellar, what more could you desire?
18. Chalet Les Anges, Switzerland
Let’s go a little further afield for this one. Enter: the Chalet Les Anges in Switzerland. The Chalet Les Anges is used as a luxury ski holiday resort, and it’s fully catered.
The Chalet Les Anges is the ideal cabin mansion! With table space for 14 guests, a three-floor build, seven bedrooms with mountain views, and a beautifully crafted interior, you’ll definitely get your money’s worth.
It also features a massage room, an internal lift, a jacuzzi, AND a sauna. Is there anything they haven’t thought of!?
19. Hawks Hideaway, Breckenridge, Colorado
Next up, the Hawks Hideaway in Breckenridge. Hawks Hideaway is sprawling with wood beam ceilings, stone accents, and a modern selection of furniture and fixtures.
With six bedrooms, eight beds, and 6.5 bathrooms, the Hideaway can house up to fourteen guests, and with those beautiful mountain views, you’ll never feel restless.
The property also features a sauna, a fire pit, a terrace and balconies, and a dedicated workspace. Oh, did we mention you can book your stay here on Airbnb!?
20. Swan Valley Log Cabin, Idaho
Last but not least, we have the awe-inspiring Swan Valley Log Cabin in Idaho. Its striking exterior design will have you hooked immediately.
Once inside, you’ll have 7,500 square feet of space to play with, including six bedrooms, two jetted tubs, and numerous walk-in closets. If you love to keep busy, you can also take a trip to the home’s very own theatre room!
The interior design is deep, dark, and gorgeous – tones of dark wood, black and orange burst through, creating a warm, inviting feel you’ll never forget.
The exterior is what really makes Swan Valley stand out, though. It’s unique, beautiful, and unforgettable – we’re so in love with it!