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New Hampshire is the perfect destination for outdoor enthusiasts because of all of the beautiful hiking trails, mountain views, rock climbing spots, and many parks. This love of nature is reflected in many of the accommodation options throughout the state, especially if you stay in a cabin, cottage, tiny house, or other unique property through Airbnb. To immerse yourself in the local environment and have a truly memorable trip in the Northeast, here are some of the best New Hampshire Airbnbs to consider.
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Cozy cabins are plentiful in New Hampshire, including this one for two guests. This is a one-bedroom, one-bathroom cabin right off of Route 16 in Jackson. It has a private hot tub, gas fireplace, cozy bed, and private wooded setting. When you stay here, you’ll be just five minutes from Jackson Village, Wildcat Mountain, Mt. Washington and Glenn Falls. Guest perks include a stocked kitchen, outdoor charcoal grill, and easy access to hiking. You’ll need prior written approval for pets or extra guests. The host also has other cabins in the area that you can check out on Airbnb if this one is booked.
For up to four guests, this cabin is a great choice in Center Conway. You’ll have this two-bedroom, one-bathroom cabin to yourself and be just a couple miles from North Conway village and the White Mountain hiking trails. There are steep stairs that lead to the bedrooms, a large deck, Wi-Fi, and a large movie collection to choose from here. Heat is provided by the oversized heater in the living room and portable heaters. Access is provided by a keypad on the door, and there is parking space for three or more cars in the driveway.
It’s really fun to stay in a treehouse Airbnb when you’re in New Hampshire, such as this sanctuary can accommodate up to four guests. It has two beds and a half-bath at the end of a suspended path through the trees. You’ll be 30 feet above the forest floor to reconnect with nature without being without modern amenities, like electricity, a fridge, and Wi-Fi. There’s a composting toilet at this glamping site. The treehouse is on the host’s five-acre property, and guests can access the host’s home to cook and use the full bathroom. You’ll also be next to conservation land with marked trails and a large pond for hiking and fishing.
This chalet on Airbnb offers accommodations for up to six people in three bedrooms and two baths. Known as the Vienna Lodge, this cabin is tucked away in the mountains but still within 10 minutes to everything in North Conway, Jackson, and Bartlett. Guests love the mountain views from the deck, foosball, kitchen, great layout, and cozy vibe. Come here for a rustic vibe in the middle of the woods and to have the whole rental space to yourselves to feel at home. Make sure to drive a vehicle that does well in snow in the winter.
You can also stay in this log cabin in the woods in the Wentworth area of New Hampshire for an amazing trip. This cabin works well for up to four guests with one bedroom and one bath. It has a porch, back deck, pine flooring, and cathedral ceilings in the middle of the woods. You’ll be close to the skiing mountains, White Mountain, and Rumney Rocks when you stay here. Pets are welcome with a $25 pet fee per night, and your host even provides a dog bed, bowls, and treats for pups. There are two dogs that live on the premises.
Another unique place to stay in New Hampshire is this yurt at Owen Farm in Hopkinton. Up to eight guests can stay in the yurt, which is on a farm with cows, horses, and sheep. You’ll get beautiful views of the fields and be close to Concord too. The yurt has limited electricity and no running water, so it’s more of a camping experience where you can disconnect from the world and enjoy the company of your travel companions. There is heat but no air conditioning here. There’s a composting toilet but no shower. Bring your own bedding, pillows, and towels for when you stay here.
This cottage is also available on Airbnb and on the side of Mt. Uncanoonuc with beautiful views. It offers nightly and weekly rentals and is about 15 minutes from Manchester. Up to four guests can stay here, but it also makes for a romantic getaway for two. It has a quaint kitchen, hiking trails just steps from the door, and a large deck to relax on.
For your large group traveling in New Hampshire, consider this Airbnb in Tilton. This property can accommodate up to 15 guests in four bedrooms and 2.5 baths. It’s a rustic home overlooking a fruit orchard and that has a front yard and outdoor play area for kids. It’s a quiet place, yet just minutes to restaurants and shops. In season, fresh apples and peaches are available. Because of its spacious accommodations offered, this is also a popular place for business training and religious retreats.
For a tiny house experience in New Hampshire, stay at this Airbnb in Hooksett. It works well for two guests and measures 12 feet by 12 feet. It’s just 20 feet from the Merrimack River shore. You’ll also be just four miles to Manchester and 12 miles to Concord from here. There’s a private bathroom in a separate building nearby with a composting toilet. The tiny house has its own private patio and is in the host’s backyard.
Experience true glamping in New Hampshire in this tent in Sanbornton. Measuring 12 feet by 10 feet, the tent is on a raised wooden platform with an awning and deck. There’s an outdoor solar shower, outhouse toilet, picnic table, solar lighting, and fire pit here. It’s about 1,000 feet from the main house, and the campsite is about an acre in size. Pets are allowed upon request.
You can even stay in a train car when you visit New Hampshire! This caboose is ideal for a family adventure or a romantic getaway. It’s in the Lincoln area of New Hampshire. The caboose accommodates up to four guests with three beds and one bath. Inside, you’ll find a bedroom with a queen-size bed, two other single beds, a full kitchen and bath, and cable on two flat-screen televisions. Rates are higher in the summer and fall and on weekends and holidays.