5 cozy Airbnb cabins you'll want to hole up in all winter

These stateside Airbnb cabins make a serious case for staying close to home this winter

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Got a case of cabin fever? Whether you're looking for a safe getaway for your quaran-team, or you simply want a mental reprieve, these cozy Airbnb cabins are the answer—without even having to book an international flight.

Here, we’ve rounded up a handful of handsome cabins and cottages from coast to coast that will charm even the most prolific travelers. From California to Colorado, these cozy little cabins will ensure your well-deserved getaway is just as memorable and enjoyable as any far flung international destination you may have had planned pre-pandemic.

Rocky Point View Cabin in Gatlinburg, Tennessee, United States

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Rocky Point View Cabin in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. This charming cabin is perched right across from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Mt. Leconte -- but just 3.5 miles from the heart of downtown Gatlinburg, making it both extremely convenient but also totally secluded and relaxing.

Treehouse in the Woods in Hardwick, Vermont, United States

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Looking for something a little further north? Head to Hardwick, Vermont, where you’ll find the lovely Treehouse in the Woods. This superhost property is compact and unbelievably cozy—with enough photogenic nooks and crannies to fuel your Instagram stories for weeks. The modern treehouse was made for couples or close friends who are comfortable getting cozy with each other; the sweet little sleeping loft is just big enough for two.

Barn at Three Oaks in Three Oaks, Michigan, United States

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The Barn at Three Oaks is certainly not what most of us conjure up when thinking of a typical farmhouse barn. This sophisticated and modern getaway will impress even the most discerning travelers thanks to its monochromatic design, cozy wood burning fireplace, and open lounge area. Large enough for up to eight guests to comfortably stay and unwind, this modern barn was made for families who prefer the glam side of glamping.

Cozy Barn Loft in Edgewood, Washington, United States

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This beyond cozy barn loft in Edgewood, Washington was made for family escapes into nature. From the outdoor tire swing and fire pit to the floor-to-ceiling windows and ensuite terrace, the converted barn loft has something for every type of traveler—including modern technology like high speed WiFi, a Chromecast, and a big screen TV just in case you’re met with a rainy day or need to get a little work in.

Private Mountain Cabin with 360 Views in Guffey, Colorado, United States

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Firepit? Check Hot tub? Check. Views of the milky way? Check. This private mountain cabin in Guffey, Colorado has everything you need for a relaxing vacation off the grid. Built on 7 acres of private land, this cozy reprise was made for getting away from the stresses of 2020 and unwinding in a totally secluded environment.

Kaitlyn McInnis

Kaitlyn McInnis is an experienced writer, editor, and consultant based in Montreal, Canada. Formerly on the management teams of multiple leading national publications, she currently writes about travel, lifestyle, luxury, and wellness for publications like Travel + Leisure, Tatler, The Points Guy, MAXIM magazine, and more.

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