Imagine spending every evening curled up underneath the stars, looking over the splendor of nature as your cabin looks over you. Connecting with the world in a way that seems
impossible during an ordinary day. This is the dream of the log cabin.
Living in a log cabin, sadly, can’t be a reality for most of us. But that doesn’t mean we can’t have a chance at experiencing a rustic way of life.
Staying in an Airbnb log cabin is a chance to immerse yourself in the dream, even if only for a weekend. These charming properties are ideal for anyone seeking a slice of serenity.
For artists looking to access their creative side, there’s nothing better than the wild expanse of nature that greets you at the Ginseng House tiny cabin.
The 1-bedroom cabin is located off-grid, using sawmill lumber and warming hardwoods. Get inspired by the wildlife that lives close to the property, and access your inner child’s imagination as you climb the wooden ladder to the loft bedroom.
There’s an innate romance to the log cabin, and the Honey Bear Cabin is one of the most romantic spots around. The elevated cabin is surrounded by towering pines and intimate seclusion in Big Bear, California.
You have the option of curling up in front of the log fireplace, or under the stars by the outdoor fire pit. It’s also a great spot for family retreats, able to accommodate up to 6 guests comfortably.
This tiny off grid cabin backs onto the Pisgah national forest, which fills your bedroom views with spectacular vistas. Settle into your comfortable queen-sized bed, and watch the stars from the glass doors of your bedroom.
With an outdoor shower, visitors here can really experience nature. Fancy doing something a bit special? Take a seat on the two-person swing, and enjoy exhilarating views of mountain landscapes.
Immerse yourself in a slice of authentic American history in this Georgia log cabin. First built in the 1880s, nowadays this is a comfortable and homely cabin nestled in the mountains of north Georgia.
Spend your days hiking the nearby trails, and the evening soaking up the atmosphere of a classic American log cabin. The outside might be hand-honed timber logs from the 1880s, but the inside is packed with modern comforts.
Located near the adorable town of Occidental, California, this rustic log cabin is perfect for those who like serene seclusion, not too far from convenience.
Converted from an old chicken coop, although you’d never guess from the attractive design, the cabin has one bed to suit up to two guests. With a fridge, microwave, hot plate, and outdoor shower, it’s a fantastic place to stay for a cozy weekend break.
Search the forests of Southwest Ontario, and you might stumble across this tiny house, nestled among the trees. A place to go for calming your mind, with large windows offering views over green spaces.
Spend a night in the cabin, and wake up refreshed, with the buzz of stress faded away. There’s only one bed and no on-site washroom, making the cabin best for overnight retreats.
Close your eyes and picture a log cabin, and what probably comes to mind is Upper Paradise in Moose Pass, Alaska. This cabin looks straight from a postcard, with the elegant frame tucked between sweeping mountains and incredible trees.
Two guests will find themselves immediately taken by the charming cabin, which is just minutes away from the Moose Pass swimming hole.
Six guests can stay comfortably in the Little River log cabin, which sits alongside a mountain stream in the Catskills. Ideal for anyone looking to get away from city life (it’s 2 hours from NYC, and 2.5 from Philly), this secluded cabin uses vintage furniture and a wood-burning fireplace to create a welcoming atmosphere.
The eco-friendly renovations make this cabin even more appealing, especially as they don’t sacrifice convenience.
Do you secretly yearn for the pioneer days? A stay in the historic Green Gate cabin can give you a little taste of that lifestyle! The cabin, built around the 1890s, is a historic home updated for modern guests.
Enjoy the air conditioning, in floor heating, and endless running hot water, alongside the vintage charm of this fascinating 2-guest cabin in Minnesota.
If you’re looking to get away from it all, the six acres of land that surrounds Living on Mountain Tyme log cabin is sure to give you the privacy you seek.
Relax in the hot tub, and watch as the stars come out to dazzle the Cohutta mountains of Georgia. Pet friendly, and with two bedrooms for up to 4 guests, the cabin offers a versatile location for all types of vacationers.
11. Mt. Hood Lodge
The Sycamore Mt. Hood Lodge is spacious and luxurious, while retaining that rustic charm that draws us all to the log cabin. When you first step on to the property, you’ll be dazzled by how the trees part to reveal a stunning wood cabin, resting in the forest.
Take a dip in the hot tub, enjoy the fire pit, or get comfortable curling up with a book on the handcrafted furniture.
Cozy really is the best way to describe this cabin in Big Bear, California, which is perfectly suited for small families looking for a serene getaway. Tuck yourself up in a big blanket in front of the fireplace, and enjoy relaxing to the sounds drifting from the Cozy Cabin record player. There’s enough room for 6 people looking for a winter getaway.
Nature lovers will adore this 4-bed log cabin in Kila, Montana. If you’re lucky, you may see deer passing through, and turkeys getting comfortable on your porch.
Head out to nearby Rogers Lake with a pair of binoculars, and look for loons and bald eagles. This trapper cabin offers plenty of opportunities for bird spotting from the outdoor grill, or the window lined living room.
Come to this Florida log cabin in the summer, so you can make the most of spending long summer days playing in the water. With miles of walking trails surrounding the cabin, plenty of fishing, and the opportunity to try swimming, kayaking, and tubing, this is a log cabin with a sense of adventure.
Wear yourself out exploring during the day, and rest in the evenings in the secluded luxury of your large covered porch.
15. Foggy Logs
The Foggy Logs cabin in Skykomish, Washington, welcomes anyone searching for adventure, or looking for peace and quiet. Not far from ski slopes and mountain bike trails, thrill seekers will find the cabin a perfect base after a long day of action.
Looking for something calmer? Lounging around this 6-bed cabin is a refreshing way to spend a week.
“Luxury” and “log cabin” might not seem to be terms that go together, but this couple’s cabin in Arkansas is a dreamy romantic getaway. Watch the stars twinkle to life from the outdoor hot tub, greet the morning with the two-person rainfall shower, and settle down in front of the stacked rock fireplace.
Spectacular views of Pinnacle Mountain and Lake Maumelle complete the charming atmosphere of this wonderful log cabin.
Anyone looking to get off-grid will find just what they need with a seasonal stay at Crooked River Tiny House. Found on a secluded 480-acres of Southern Maine, the Crooked River Tiny House offers a calm place to rejuvenate the body and soul.
With no electricity or running water, this isn’t a cabin for anyone seeking luxury. But if you long for a moment of seclusion, this cheerful property might be what you need.
Tucked in among ferns and rhododendrons, surrounded by forest, and serenaded by the sounds of a nearby creek, this Georgia retreat is for those who dream of fairy tales. The best way to describe the cabin and its location is charming.
With space for a couple, the retreat offers an escape from hectic lives. Enjoy the indoor and outdoor fireplaces, modern bathroom and fittings, and limited internet access. Off grid has rarely been so comfortable.
A hand built tiny house in Maryville, Tennessee, the Little River Tiny House is a compact delight of a wood cabin. Although the entire house is beautiful, the real stand out piece is the rooftop deck. It’s the perfect setting to enjoy an evening glass of wine, and watch as the stars come out.
Or wake up early, and share your coffee with the sunrise! An unforgettable stay is guaranteed at this surprisingly roomy property, which can host up to 4 guests.
Is it still a log cabin if it doesn’t have any walls at all? Maybe not, but it would be impossible not to mention Tanglebloom Tiny Cottage when talking about wonderfully rustic Airbnbs.
Located in Brookline, Vermont, what makes this cabin so special is the clear walls that allow you to see the wonders of nature from the comfort of your bed.