15 Ridiculously Cozy Cabins You Can Escape to This Winter

Beth Stebner
15 Ridiculously Cozy Cabins You Can Escape to This Winter
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Despite everyone’s dire (and, TBH, kind of annoying) rallying cries that winter is coming, the season has instead caused us to go out and buy out-of-season fashion, with relish.

But that doesn’t mean we’ve escaped peak snow season. There are still plenty of months ahead for winter to grasp us with its icy hold.

And because winter in any city is the actual worst, we’ve rounded up 15 gloriously cozy winter cabins from Vermont to California so you can get away from the grime and slush of wherever it is you are and instead cozy up with the latest “Serial” podcast and sip spiked hot cocoa, miles away from anything.

You’re welcome.

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If the winter blues and holiday stressors are getting you down, not to worry! These cabins in the middle of nowhere are (not) medically proven to invoke some serious wanderlust.

Photo: The Perfect Palette

Tahoma, California

This Lake Tahoe beauty is calling you for when you just want to get away from it all. $139 per night; on Airbnb.

Blue River, Colorado

It’s nothing but you, this A-frame, and the pines out here, $200 per night; on Airbnb.

Provincetown, Massachusetts

We dare you to find something more cozy than a traditional Cape Cod artist's cabin in winter. $200 per night; on Airbnb.

Woodstock, New York

Only an hour’s drive outside of New York City, but world’s away. $300 per night; on Airbnb.

Olympia, Washington

If you’re more about the scenery than the space. $88 per night; on Airbnb.

Estes Park, Colorado

This cabin offers easy access to Rocky Mountain National Park and a hot tub to soak in after a day out in the cold, $163 per night; on Airbnb.

Wilson, Wyoming

This ski cabin closet thing you’ll get to glamping in the Grand Tetons. $349 per night; on Airbnb

Winston-Salem, North Carolina

If your idea of a cozy cabin isn’t exactly quaint, try staying at this massive estate, which sleeps 10. $550 per night; on Airbnb.

Big Sur, California

Ocean views aside, this cabin is also on a working goat farm. Whether that's a good thing or a bad thing is entirely based on your preference. $500 per night; on Airbnb.

Carmel, California

While not exactly a cabin, this is probably the closest you’ll get to living out your girlhood Rapunzel dreams, $175 a night; on Airbnb.

Big Pine Key, Florida

The only place to stay if your idea of a cabin getaway includes tiny deer, alligators, and the Everglades, $120 per night; on Airbnb.

Copemish, Michigan

Set on 47 acres, you're miles away from the closest sign of civilization. $346 per night; on VRBO.

Dutch County, Pennsylvania

A restored log cabin from the 1800's seems pretty damn cozy, if you ask us. $139 per night; at VRBO.

Montgomery, Vermont

This is the kind of place where you'd want to get snowed in. $161; on Airbnb.

Blue Ridge Mountains, North Carolina

The textbook definition of coziness. $170 per night; on VRBO.

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