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Missouri deserves more hype, featuring picturesque parks, lakes, rivers and mountains as well as numerous outdoor adventures. Then there are local restaurants, wineries, breweries and eclectic shops to explore when not finding your zen in the middle of nowhere. With all of this, comes dreamy cabins sprinkled throughout the state. And let’s just say, there are a lot of jaw-dropping ones. But we’ve rounded out what we believe are the very coolest cabins in Missouri.
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A memorable honeymoon awaits at this stone cabin on the lake, with cozy wood interiors. The open concept studio is simplistic, yet refined. Located amongst a precious Swiss village, there’s a delicious steakhouse and a wine bar. With the activities the water offers, there’s really no reason to ever have to leave.
Dubbed “the sanctuary”, there’s probably not a better term to describe this cabin-like structure, that is also constructed of native stone. A solarium, which features a full glass wall and partial glass ceiling, allows guests to truly soak in the surrounding trees and nature. Set within the large deck, which hugs against the ivy-covered walls of the home, is a hot tub and pool table.
With all the beloved rustic features of a typical cabin, the property is further enhanced with polishing touches like a lovely kitchen and streamline landscaping. Just beyond the yard is the prettiest brook, which is best enjoyed from the spacious porch with a hanging swing. Kids will love accessing the second story via a ladder!
A private above-ground pool surrounded by the perfect sunbathing deck is your on-hand water recreation source. The lake is a short drive away, but the privacy of this little paradise is incomparable. With perfect home touches, guests will find peace and tranquility. That’s exactly what we hope for when getting away to the cabin.
Fishermen and women rejoice, and enjoy a week right on the pond’s edge, casting lines and sipping wine. Lesser outdoors-oriented people will appreciate the scenery, and the cottage feel of the cabin itself. A clawfoot tub sits on the porch for relaxing sunset soaks.
Only 10 minutes from the shops and breweries of Houston, Missouri, the stone cabin seems a world, and centuries, away. Inside is truly naturalistic and cozy, and even the outhouse is pretty cute. The property features wonderful grilling space and a trendy stock tank pool. Trout fishing spots are nearby, but the on-site pond is full of fish, which guests are welcome to cast for as well.
Guests will be a short walk away from Table Rock Lake when staying at this authentic cabin. Wind through the trees for just a short minute, to reach the dock. Guests also have the option of using the reserved boat slip. Go kayaking, fish, swim – all of the things that are fun to do in the lake.
Hawks Ridge Cabin may have all the touches and craftsmanship of an old home in the woods, but it’s actually fairly new. Builders did an amazing job capturing the cabin life charm with a variety of wood styles and country accents. The location is equally as phenomenal. Fishing, kayaking and other water activities can be enjoyed during the day, then wineries and restaurants are close by for evening relaxation.
Maybe lakes aren’t your thing. That’s totally fine because cabins are sometimes situated amongst flowing rivers. Quite close to the water, the cabin meets all the basic needs and expectations of a really great stay in the woods. Plenty of beds are available for larger families!
Situated near a pond that is a couple of acres, the cabin is surrounded by nature and wildlife. Classic construction provides that earthy feel. Inside is quite spacious, and with a bunk room, up to eight people can stay here. This particular part of Missouri is close to Walt Disney‘s childhood home.
Although new, so much old charm has been infused into this traditional cabin. From the chunky wooden floors to the aged barn look of the doors, guests will be taken back in time. Three bedrooms are available throughout the two levels, and just a few minutes away is Meramec Spring Park. Get your fishing gear ready, because the trout just might be biting! Other activities like zip-lining and wine tasting are within the area.
In Branson, travelers can have both luxury and nature when retreating to the cabin life for a week. Stacked stone, rich wood tones, a huge fireplace and breathtaking landscaping complete with a small bridge—these are just a few of the stunning features of the cabin.
If traveling with someone with accessibility difficulties, the flat ground level wraparound porch might be ideal. Getting into the cabin would be relatively easy. Inside has a cottage feel. Sitting away from the house is a gorgeous covered deck, right on the lake. The water is stocked with catfish and bass.
Modern redefines the cabin experience in Aldrich, Missouri. Mosaic tiles, a rainfall shower and other sleek aesthetics round out the interior. But the courtyard is likely where most of the guest’s time will be spent. A hot tub, striking overhang, fire pit and waterfall have come together to create an upscale oasis. The stars are stunning out here as well.
Wow—it’s incredible the potential an old dam house had to become an absolutely breathtaking retreat. The Elk Riverfront location is unbelievably awesome, making it the coolest place in Noel to stay. Over the years, the interior has become updated while remaining lodge-like (kind of like buildings in upscale ski towns like Jackson Hole).
The log structure has been brought back to life after renovation, and now it has resort-like qualities and a wide-open feel. Right on the water, the rental offers kayaks, a swimming dock and boat slip. Other amenities include a hot tub, fire pit and ginormous porch.
Not really looking to immerse yourself amongst a bunch of other people? Then this somewhat secluded chalet on a little over 2 acres might be the perfect fit. A private deck, sandy beach area, and fire pit are yours to enjoy with just the crew that came with you. From the loft space inside, you can see out the wall of windows. Gorgeous.
Water views and a hot tub add the extra allure to an already super cute country cabin. It’s crisp, welcoming, and slightly rustic—all the things that make for a phenomenal week at the cabin.
A lot of upgrades have been added to this 1930s cottage, with Switzerland vibes. Clean, bright, and just downright uplifting, the interior is a nice change of pace from the average cabin. Guests will be close to the lake and might see a fireworks show depending on the time of the stay.
An a-frame design sets the stage for an incredible cabin, and those dreamy string lights truly add a spark of magic at night. With tile, red accents and an intricately decorated stove, vacationers are in for a unique stay. Another kitchen can be found in the basement, so families can appreciate being able to spread out.