15 Crushworthy Cabin Rentals Perfect For Fall Escapes

It finally feels like fall and there's something to be said for ditching dreams of tropical vacations and embracing the chill with a cozy cabin stay. Hiking through falling leaves. Drinking spiked cider and pumpkin beer round the fire. You're getting excited about it too, aren't you? Let's indulge in a little cabin lust. 

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It finally feels like fall and there's something to be said for ditching dreams of tropical vacations and embracing the chill with a cozy cabin stay. Hiking through falling leaves. Drinking spiked cider and pumpkin beer round the fire. You're getting excited about it too, aren't you? Let's indulge in a little cabin lust. 

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Eco-Friendly Cali Cabin

You can stay in this cozy, out-of-the-way Northern California cabin for just $35 per night! It's part of the Maitreya Mountain Village, a sustainable community located in a wild, wooded area of Six Rivers National Forest.

Mendocino Retreat

For those who go big or else, check out this amazing Mendocino, Calif. retreat, seated on seven acres and surrounded by Redwood trees (and a hot tub). Guests can rent a single room, a suite of rooms, or a backyard yurt. From $105 per night. 

Catskills Log Cabin

The Catskills are a fave place for summer-weary New Yorkers to escape in the fall. This classic 3-bedroom log cabin has a stone fireplace inside and a fire pit out back. Nearby are hiking trails, lakes, ski parks, and the Delaware River. From $125 per night. 

Modernist Upstate NY Cabin

A posh take on the upstate New York cabin, this one — in Elizaville, about an hour and a half north of Manhttan — has a decidedly more modern vibe. From $105 per night.

Rural North Carolina Cabin

This absolutely perfect country log cabin is located 20 minutes north of Asheville, North Carolina. Built in 1815, the cabin is full of original pine, stone touches, and eclectic vintage furniture. From $125 per night.

Geodome in the Woods

This pine-floored Geodesic Dome sits on the grounds of a Bethlehem, Conn. organic farm. From $42 per night. 

Bayside Cabin in British Columbia

Incredible, right? This dome-topped British Columbian cabin is seated between Maple Mountain and Cowichan Bay, offering both mountain and waterfront views. From $99 per night. 

Smoky Mountain Chalet

A quintessential Smoky Mountain chalet in Townsend, Tennessee, this three-story cabin sits at the entrance to the Great Smoky Mountain national park, 20 miles from Pigeon Forge and 25 miles from Gatlinburg. But who'd want to leave with that front porch? From $100 per night. 

Cabin + Ukulele Lessons in Maine

Stay at this cabin in Brooksville, Maine and you can visit the adjacent Valley of Stars organic farm, watch a wood-fired bakery in action and take ukulele lessons. Sold. 

Big Sur Coastal Cabin

This one-room cabin along the Big Sur coastline is adjacent to Point Lobos State Reserve and is surrounded by flowery, succulent-filled gardens. Oh, and it's only $80 per night.

Louisiana Log Cabin

Rustic charm in the deep woods of Louisiana — we're talking clawfoot tub, vintage wood furnishings and a porch for hummingbird watching. From $65 per night. 

Cozy Vermont Cottage

Ten miles outside Burlington, Vermont, Alder Brook Cabin is a cozy one-room cutie that comes with WiFi, board games and an outdoor fire-pit. From $55 per night. 

Impossibly Adorable Dome

This tiny, adorable mushroom-dome cabin in Aptos, Calif is surrounded by Redwood trees and located 10 minutes from the Monterey Bay beaches, the Nisene Marks State Park and downtown Santa Cruz. From $100 per night. 


Teton Retreat

"Steps from the banks of Snake River," this cabin is also nestled at the foot of Idaho's Teton mountains. It's pretty much a Western waiting to happen. 


Pint-sized Place

Located on 130 acres in upstate New York (2.5 hours from NYC), this cabin is surrounded by hiking trails, fishing grounds and swimming ponds. Inside? A fireplace, a soaking tub, outdoor shower and a free flask of whiskey. From $250 per night. 

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