This hand-built cabin lives on a farm with the perfect name: ItzaWayzBack. Clever and inviting, the name gives you a preview to this vacation cabin which comfortably sleeps 4 adults.
There’s a full-sized daybed on the first floor and a queen in the bedroom loft. The indoor/outdoor bathroom has the amenities you need, and there’s a nearby covered pavilion with an amazing outdoor kitchen and a small kitchenette indoors.
Your stay comes with farm-fresh eggs, and hot coffee delivered right to your door every morning. Sign me up! You can book your stay over at HipCamp.
What an adorable cozy cabin in North Carolina! This spot will make a great tiny house vacation for a couple or a few friends. It comfortably sleeps 3 with its lofts connected by breezeway.
Downstairs there’s a small table, and a kitchen with everything you need to cook up a meal minus an oven. You can warm up by the wood-burning stove, and then take a good book to the reading nook with a cup of hot cocoa.
Outside there are hiking trails, a babbling brook, and a fire pit for warmer days. You can book this spot on HipCamp here.
As a goat-owner, any vacation spot with these cuties nearby speaks to me! This adorable one-room cabin in North Carolina is no exception. “Wanda’s World Cabin,” as it’s called, has two sturdy bunks, a bathroom with shower, and a little kitchenette.
It’s nearby to hiking trails, whitewater rafting locations, fishing holes and even horseback riding! Other than the host’s home and the goat shed, there are no other cabins within sight.
The interior has a rustic glam feeling that’s sure to welcome you. No wifi available, so you can really unplug. Rent the spot on HipCamp here.
This is a fantastic family getaway cabin in Washington with two bedrooms, two queen beds, two twin beds and a futon! Get everyone together for some serious bonding time surrounded by gorgeous tall trees.
There are two decks on the cabin — one at ground level and one on stilts that makes it feel like your drinking morning coffee in the tree tops. Need to relax in the evening? Hop in the outdoor hot tub. If you plan a winter stay, you can come inside and snuggle around the fireplace. Book your stay on Glamping Hub!
Need a romantic getaway once COVID-19 is under control? This rustic tiny cabin in Canada on your own private pond looks like the perfect place to unplug.
This little one-room cabin measures 13 x 10.5 feet and has a bedroom loft or a futon with an air mattress if you don’t like ladders. The best part, in my opinion, is the wood burning stove. There’s a composting toilet for #1 inside the cabin, but a three-minute walk from the cabin is a lovely Victorian home with a full kitchen and luxurious bathroom you are welcome to. You can book your stay here on Airbnb! Enjoy the photo tour below.
Obviously it’s tough knowing none of us will be going on vacation for a bit, but we can still daydream, right? The Agua Norte Cabin (@auganorteme on Instagram) has to make it on your bucket list. This 16’x’20’ spot sits just 4 miles from Grand Marias, Minnesota with absolutely breathtaking views of Lake Superior.
The owners of the cabin logged, sawed and treated the white pine lumber themselves, and it includes a magical loft bedroom with a giant skylight perfect for star-gazing. Did I mention this cabin has a sauna?
This is the Auburn, a tiny house vacation property built by Cabinscape in Central Frontenac, Ontario, Canada.
The company will launch another model to rent this summer, but right now you can book your stay in this private retreat that sleeps up to four in two queen lofts. The interior says “modern cozy” with it’s clean lines, wood interior and plenty of amenities. All that and it comes with a private dock and sunset views!
Get more details below and enjoy the picture tour. If you like what you see, follow them on Instagram and book your summer vacation at Cabinscape.
The quaint spot has a queen bed (downstairs!) and an adorable green Dutch door leading into the home. I like the simplicity of this cabin: Everything you need, nothing you don’t. The bathroom includes a clawfoot tub for soaking after a day of hiking!
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