The Best Cozy Airbnb Cabins in the Northeast

January 7, 2021

The Northeast is known for its quintessential charm; small towns, the fresh smell of seasons changing and flowers blooming, and the warmth of its people. In fact, those are my favorite things about calling the Northeastern corridor of the U.S. home! And it seems, cozy airbnb cabins just play into that charm.

As of late, the Northeast has become the mecca of tiny houses and cozy log cabin stays. And after a year of not being able to leave this corner of the world I did as one does to satiate that incurable case of wanderlust: explored my own backyard. I became infatuated with cabins and decided I must stay at as many as humanly possible. I quickly learned, finding solid cabins that give off all the cozy vibes is wildly overwhelming simply do to the amount of them available!

Lucky for you, I did all of the research. In this blog post you’ll the best cozy Airbnb cabins in the Northeast. And – if you weren’t planning an escape here you surely will after this.

Cozy Airbnb Cabins in the Northeast


There is no homier feeling than being nestled amongst the forests of Maine watching the snow fall out your window whilst cozied up next to the wood stove. Here are some of the best cozy Airbnb cabins in Maine.

The Canopy Treehouse

This treehouse evokes peace. The deafening silence of the forest and the occasional birdsong are the only two things you’ll hear. The workmanship on the cabin is beautiful – from the cabin itself to the attention to detail that is so obvious around the entire structure. It’s hard not to appreciate every inch of this treehouse.

Location: Sanford, Maine in close proximity to the famed Sebago Lake and surrounding watershed area.

Sleeps: 4 guests · 2 bedrooms · 2 beds · 1 bath

Pet friendly: No pets allowed

Amenities: Some of the amenities include lake access, a fireplace, hot tub, EV charger, a grill and a trendy kitchen space where guests can cook their own meals.

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Great Brook Cottage

On the gorgeous Rt. 26 through Maine is this cozy A-Frame. It’s in close proximity to Sunday River, Mt. Abram, and Black Mountain which makes it the perfect winter getaway, especially if you to ski or snowboard. After a day on the mountain, enjoy sitting by the stone fireplace in the center of the cottage. Visiting in the summer? Kayak or canoe on the Androscoggin River and the Umbagog Lake or go mountain biking or hiking in the gorgeous Appalachia’s.

Location: Newry, Maine

Sleeps: 5 guests · 2 bedrooms · 2 beds · 1 bath

Pet friendly: No pets allowed

Amenities: A loft, essentials like towels and bed sheets, full kitchen, cozy living and dining areas, backyard, patio, and plenty of firewood.

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Crooked River Tiny House

At the end of a quiet gravel road, down a winding dirt driveway, secreted away among the pines and along the cool waters of the Crooked River, you’ll find the Crooked River Tiny House. This highly secluded, off grid eco retreat is on a 480-acre peninsula or property and in fact, your nearest neighbor is about a mile away.

It’s important to note that there is no running water or electricity although there is a small solar set up inside which makes this little cabin the perfect mix of camping and glamping and while it’s not for everyone, don’t knock it until you try it! All the quiet, rest and relaxation one could ever want.

Location: Waterford, Maine

Sleeps: 5 guests · 2 bedrooms · 2 beds · 1 bath

Pet friendly: Pets allowed

Amenities: There is a sleeping loft, solar battery for charging devices, various lanterns, flashlights and headlamps, three-burner gas cooktop, sink basin, cooler (provide your own ice), firewood for the woodstove and firepit, river tubes, and a seasonal outdoor hand-pump shower (collect river water to fill). There is also a “Guesthouse” with an additional full-size futon bed, about 50 feet from main house and a clean, non-smelly outhouse with composting toilet and a third separate building on the property that is the elevated screen house (known as the Screen-gri-la) custom built from reclaimed screen doors.

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New Hampshire

Known for the White Mountains and all the adventure you could ever have, New Hampshire’s landscape is the perfect backdrop for cozy Airbnb cabins.

Tiny Earth Cabin

Tiny Earth Cabin is situated on sixty-acres of privately owned land. Upon arrival, you’ll unload your vehicle at the trailhead and start the five-minute stroll on a groomed path to the cabin (path is downhill on the way to the cabin). Chance, the host, will accompany and assist you in transporting items to the cabin and provide you with a tour of the cabin’s amenities.

Tiny Earth Cabin was originally built by a family of three moving to New Hampshire from Hawaii and, there is a sweet little story that goes along with it, but I won’t spoil it for you so you’ll just have to book a getaway!

Tiny Earth Cabin is off grid which means there is no electricity however, the cabin is fully equipped with 12 volt LED lighting and ceiling fans to better circulate heat from the small wood stove. And, if you forgot something the Country Store in Canterbury Center is just a few minutes away.

Location: Canterbury, New Hampshire

Sleeps: 2 guests · Studio · 1 bed · Half-bath

Pet friendly: Pets allowed

Amenities: Separate composting toilet, sunken in fireplace, a two-burner stove with oven provides for your food preparation needs and a new propane grill rests on the outside dining table, woodstove, and grill. Also worth noting is the seasonal hot water shower but for guests booking for two or more days the host has arrangements with The Holliday In in Concord for access to their pool and showers until 11:00 PM.

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Off-Grid Ravine Cabin w/ Woodstove Barrel Sauna

Located atop a ravine, centered on a 24 acre estate, in rural NH, this spot is a cozy retreat in nature with a few present day necessities. This cabin is a unique A-frame/Salt box combo called the “G-Frame.” The interior space is open and airy with a loft for sleeping and downstairs area for cooking, eating and relaxing. There are a few large windows providing all of the natural light you could ever want or need. The hosts, Colleen and Alex, are the sweetest people I’ve met and if you get the chance to chat with them please do so! They have big plans for their space and I can’t wait to watch it all unfold.

Location: Sanbornton, New Hampshire

Sleeps: 2 guests · Studio · 2 beds · Half-bath

Pet friendly: Pets not allowed

Amenities: There is a loft bed, kitchenette, dining table, futon sleeper, wood stove, rechargeable lanterns and Nature’s Head Compost Toilet (indoors!). This cabin has solar power available with 4 electrical outlets (including USB ports) and there is a downloadable app that will keep track of power usage. In the kitchen there is a one burner electric hot plate for one pot meals, a few plates, utensils, glassware, tea box, small pot, large pot, very small cast iron pan, and mugs. And I can’t forget the wood burning barrel sauna!

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A-Frame Camp in the White Mountains

This cozy cabin is nestled in the White Mountains of the beautifully rugged state of New Hampshire. This cabin is just far enough away from the hustle of North Conway so that you can still enjoy it and the peace and quiet.

Location: Conway, New Hampshire – in close proximity to the beautiful Kancamagus Highway and Franconia Notch State Park.

Sleeps: 4 guests · 2 bedrooms · 3 beds · 1 bath

Pet friendly: Pets not allowed

Amenities: This is a traditional cabin stay with heat, electricity and running water. There is a full kitchen, access to the hosts Netflix account and an outdoor grill!

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Vermont has some of the most beautiful scenery in the entire Northeast corridor. Making it a peaceful cozy airbnb cabin escape.

Villino Totemsin | Sky Suite

This is an architectural gem, hidden in the Vermont forest made of wood that was entirely harvested on the property. Villino Totemsin, means “cabin of totems.” It’s mid-century modern with a timber frame and the most magical, funky, rustic, quirky, comfortable accommodation you’ll ever experience.

Location: Fairlee, Vermont near lakes, rivers and mountains which means you can swim, skate, ski, hike and soak. Plus, it’s just 15 minutes away from the neighboring town of Hanover.

Sleeps: 4 guests · 1 bedroom · 2 beds · 1 private bath

Pet friendly: Pets not allowed

Amenities: View of the river valley, 2 stone fireplaces, huge windows, hot tub and a Finnish style steam sauna.

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Off the grid cabin in the Green Mountains

Park your car and hike in to this green mountain escape for ultimate relaxation and a chance to unwind. It’s ideal for the more adventurous because of its location, just minutes from Vermont’s’ Long Trail along with rock climbing, beautiful swimming holes, kayaking, fishing, golfing, mountain biking, skiing and snowboarding.

Location: West Bolton, Vermont

Sleeps: 2 guests · 1 bedroom · 1 bed · 1 bath

Pet friendly: Pets not allowed

Amenities: This cabin features a (seasonal) solar heated outdoor shower, outhouse, non-potable running water in the kitchen (seasonal), a propane cook stove, and a wood stove to keep warm. The hosts also provide a cooler for use during your stay along with bedding and towels, basic kitchen amenities, simple cooking tools, a coffee grinder and a french press.

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Epic Luxury Treehouse

The Outpost Treehouse was handcrafted with love and reclaimed timber. You can expect designer finishes, fine linens, Pendleton blankets, and an eclectic mix of antique rustic alpine lodge décor.  There are plenty of beautiful views to take in as you sit perched atop atop Spaulding Mountain.

Location: Saint Johnsbury, Vermont

Sleeps: 6 guests · 2 bedrooms · 3 beds · 1 bath

Pet friendly: Pets allowed

Amenities:  Private ski trails and Green Mountain views, exterior dining room, exterior cooler, great cell phone service, wireless Bluetooth speaker, Charcoal grill and fire pit.

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Alpine A-Frame

This vibrant blue, mid-century A-Frame is not to be missed! A cozy escape no matter the season and located down the road from Lake Raponda in Wilmington, Vermont and just 15 minutes away from Mt. Snow. You can expect the interior to be just as beautiful as the exterior with wood finishing and stylish mid-century modern furnishings. It’s important to note there is a strict two person per booking policy.

Location: Wilmington, Vermont

Sleeps: 2 guests · 1 bedroom · 1 bed · 1 bath

Pet friendly: Pets allowed for an additional $50

Amenities: The house offers a full kitchen with four-burner gas stove and oven, microwave, toaster, French press coffee maker, wood-burning midcentury fireplace, AC, WiFi, shower, Nectar queen mattress with organic linens, P.F. Candle and Beekman 1802 products, a record player, outdoor area with a deck, fire pit (with provided firewood), Weber grill, outdoor dining area, and Adirondack chairs.

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Schoolhouse Farm Cottage

From every window you look out of, you’ll have Green Mountain views from this historic schoolhouse. It’s bright, open and airy with a rustic yet has a modern design. It has vaulted ceilings, wood floors, concrete countertops, and two large decks that look out over the regenerative farm on the property and the mountains to the west. Not to mention the idyllic hot tub & panoramic barrel sauna on the newly finished back deck.

Location: Shaftsbury, Vermont near neighboring Bennington and Manchester Vermont.

Sleeps: 6 guests · 2 bedrooms · 2 beds · 1 bath

Pet friendly: Pets not allowed

Amenities: There are two bedrooms, a smart TV with all of your favorite streaming services, a fully equipped kitchen, outside deck with a large dining table, fire pit, propane grill, hot tub, sauna, outdoor shower (available May-September) and scenic trails along the property.

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You might also enjoy: A Complete Weekend Guide to Manchester Vermont

Stone City Treehouse

In what is called the Northeast Kingdom, this treehouse is an ode to upcycling. Made of local, natural, and recycled materials, its thoughtfully designed to be in harmony with the nature that surrounds it. And while it is only 200 feet from the main house, it will feel like you’ve stepped into another dimension as you walk down the path to the treehouse to the sounds of the nearby stream and rustling of the leaves in the wind.

If you want to explore, it’s in close proximity to hiking trails, ski slopes, and local breweries and distilleries. Or, relax and lazily sway in the hammock and get lost in your favorite book.

Location: Hardwick, Vermont

Sleeps: 2 guests · 1 bedroom · 1 bed · 1.5 baths

Pet friendly: Pets allowed

Amenities: Some of the amenities worth highlighting are a propane camp stove and charcoal grill, mini-fridge with a separate freezer, solar power, sitting area, hammock, and campfire space and a garden cart to transport your items from the car.

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I promise that there is more to this state than Boston and its rich history. With an escape to the Berkshires and you’ll find some of the best, most unique cozy Airbnb cabins in the region.

The Pondhouse

This magical little place is a beautiful, rustic getaway. The Pondhouse is a completely screened in, one room house and it is unlike anything you’ve ever seen. A glamping experience to be had, you’ll likely be so consumed by its natural beauty, you will barely notice there is no service or wifi. A true escape from it all.

Location: Ashfield, Massachusetts

Sleeps: 3 guests · 1 bedroom · 3 beds · 1 bath

Pet friendly: Pets not allowed

Amenities: A comfy bed, cool breeze, outdoor fire pit, NEW outdoor hot shower, composting toilet and outdoor sink, and all of the peace and quiet you could ever need.

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Ashpine House

The Ashpine House is for you if you want to be in close proximity to a major city (Boston)! While the house looks like any other house from the outside, you’ll quickly find this retreat style home to be perfectly adorned with a mixed retro/ethnic interior. The home is on a suburban wooded hillside within walking distance of forested parks and a sandy-beach lake in Middlesex Fells Reservation. It’s the best of both worlds for my city people: in the trees but close to the city.

Location: Medford, Massachusetts

Sleeps: 14 guests · 5 bedrooms · 7 beds · 2 baths

Pet friendly: Pets not allowed

Amenities: It is beautifully appointed with wood beams and large open spaces, large windows, 50’s style appliances, French-press and stovetop-espresso coffee makers, and a water-filter. There is a small, secluded back patio with a BBQ – the perfect spot for hanging outside. Parking is also available.

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Connecticut often gets overlooked, especially in the nature and cozy airbnb cabins category. Overlooked no longer!

The Spirit Horse Farm

This ranch inspired getaway has Western vibes written all over it. The Spirit Horse Farm is a small family Farm located in the Litchfield Hills. Their free-range chickens provide fresh organic eggs daily and their garden, seasonal, organic vegetables. The interior has soaring ceilings and fireplaces while outside the grounds are just as spectacular with peacocks roaming, a large back deck and heated pool.

Location: Kent, Connecticut

Sleeps: 14 guests · 3 bedrooms · 16 beds · 2 baths

Pet friendly: Pets allowed

Amenities: Some of the unique amenities at this larger than life cozy Airbnb cabin are the bar, Bose Bluetooth sound system, art and artifacts collected from around the world, friendly horses, and a gym complete with treadmill, recumbent bike, rowing machine, and free weights.

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New York

Goodbye concrete jungle. Hello mountains, forests and rushing streams. From the Catskills to the Adirondacks to Upstate, here are some of the best cozy Airbnb cabins in New York.

Warner’s Camp

This recently renovated 1800’s guesthouse, known as Warner’s Camp, is nestled in the Adirondack Mountains of New York on 2 acres of land alongside the Ausable River. This home is chock full of character with the oldest part of the home being the living space where you’ll see original beams from the 1800’s. Located close to parklands and just 15 minutes from Whiteface Mountain, this period home is a must when visiting the Adirondacks Region of New York.

Location: Upper Jay, New York

Sleeps: 12 guests · 4 bedrooms · 6 beds · 2 baths

Pet friendly: Pets allowed for an additional $60 fee

Amenities: Some of the amenities are a sunroom off the kitchen that doubles as a fourth bedroom, updated kitchen, clawfoot tub in the bathroom, a gorgeous riverview balcony, exterior barrel sauna (!!), and a, nearly, private swimming hole.

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You might also enjoy: A Quick Guide to Lake Placid and The Two Best Hikes Near Lake Placid

A Black A-Frame

Clearly the Northeast has a thing for A-Frames! You’ve surely seen this iconic one swirling around Instagram and if you haven’t seen it, let me introduce you. This is a two bed, two bath 1961 cabin in the heart of the Catskills. The dining room is open concept with original wood ceilings and beams. The newly renovated chefs kitchen is a cooks paradise. Added bonus: the cabin is in close proximity to the beautiful Catskill Mountains leaving you with endless access to wild spaces.

Location: Kerhonkson, New York

Sleeps: 4 guests · 2 bedrooms · 2 beds · 2 baths

Pet friendly: Pets not allowed

Amenities: Some amenities include a dedicated working space, indoor fireplace, outdoor fire pit, large steel drum BBQ grill, a long picnic table and screened in gazebo along with a small spring fed pond and endless wooded views in the back yard.

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Willow Treehouse

The Willow Treehouse is architecturally so unique. It overlooks a small, swimmable pond and emits this cozy vibe that you can’t ignore. The cozy Airbnb cabin has all of the amenities you’d find in a traditional home and whether you’re relaxing, writing, working or just simply enjoying the view – this treehouse is a must.

Location: Willow, New York – just 15 minutes from the town of Woodstock.

Sleeps: 2 guests · 1 bedroom · 1 bed · 1 bath

Pet friendly: Pets not allowed

Amenities: Some amenities worth noting are the swimmable pond, hot tub heated with wood, an indoor fireplace, a patio and grill.

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Which of these cozy Airbnb cabins in the Northeast is your favorite? Be sure to book mark and save this post for later as I will continue to update it with cozy Airbnb cabins as I find them!

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*All photos are sourced from Airbnb except Crooked River Tiny House, Tiny Earth Cabin, and Off-Grid Ravine Cabin.