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If you’re looking to experience a different side of New York with a scene that’s more nature than city, renting a cabin is a great way to go. There are lots of cozy cabins in rural areas of the state and near small towns that are fun to explore.
For a city getaway you’ll never forget, consider booking one of these Airbnb or Vrbo cabin rentals in New York state.
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Available to rent on Vrbo, this New York cabin sleeps four people and sits on 100 acres of private land. It adjoins 2,200 acres of New York State Forest and overlooks a small pond with bass. This cabin has a sleeping loft, equipped kitchen, double bed on the first floor, and a double pull-out couch. It’s a great spot for a quiet or romantic getaway. The cabin’s location is 12 minutes from Ellicottville, New York, which is a fun place to ski or golf depending on the season. Cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and biking are other popular things to do in this area.
Here’s a charming and unique cabin that’s right off Route 28 in Mount Tremper and in the Catskills region. The cabin sleeps up to five guests and has a loft bedroom with a queen-size bed. There’s a small mountain behind the house that’s fun to sled down in the winter. When you stay here, it’s fun to cozy up with some movies, build a fire in the firepit, and just relax. The home comes with Wi-Fi and three single beds in the second bedroom, making it perfect for families. Location-wise, the cabin is five minutes from Phoenicia, 5-10 minutes from the Ashokan Trail, and 15 minutes from Woodstock.
You’ll love the porches and deck that overlook the river when you book this New York cabin on Vrbo. There’s a state boat launch that’s three miles away, so bring your boat along. The cabin offers Wi-Fi, a satellite TV, an outdoor shower, and a kitchen. However, guests should bring their own linens, towels, and pillows. Dogs are allowed for a fee and as long as guests follow a list of pet rules. Fun things to do in this area include the snowmobile trail, shops and restaurants in Harrisville, and hikes to the nearby waterfall.
Spanning around 1,825 square feet, this rental cabin sleeps seven people and is available to rent on Vrbo. It has four bedrooms and 2.5 baths in an A-frame structure on two wooded acres. With this rental, you’ll have two stone fireplaces, a Jacuzzi tub, a seven-person hot tub, fast Wi-Fi, a kitchen, a dining area, and a cozy hammock to relax in. When you stay here, you’ll be close to parks, skiing, and colorful fall foliage. Groups smaller than seven people can rent just part of the cabin for a lower rate. It is supported by solar energy for an eco-friendly stay. The host can even provide chef and chauffeur services for an extra fee.
This adorable tiny cabin is on more than 300 acres of land in the Adirondacks and ideal for a getaway at any time of the year. It’s great for couples or a family with kids to enjoy the area attractions and surrounding nature. It’s not very rustic as far as cabins go because it includes Wi-Fi, satellite TV, and plush furnishings. However, it offers lovely nature views and puts you in a location that’s very close to skiing, golf, snowmobiling, and other adventures.
This is a 480-square-foot cabin that sleeps four people in the Adirondack Mountains. It has a kitchen, living room, bedroom, bathroom, and loft, as well as a great outdoor space with a deck and grill. Lake George is about 13 minutes from here, and Gore Mountain is about 20 minutes away. Pets are not allowed in this Vrbo rental cabin, which is also not child-proofed for kids under age three. Book this cabin to be on a rural horse farm and in a quiet and peaceful setting with views of the pasture and mountains.
With 600 square feet of space, guests love this studio-style cabin in the Finger Lakes region. It sleeps six people and is just off the Keuka Lake Wine Trail. You’ll be close to Seneca Lake and Cayuga Lake here. It’s a quiet, clean, and secluded space that’s romantic and well-appointed. Your rental cabin is on the owner’s 22 private acres of land and is family-friendly. Perks of staying here are internet, good cell reception, TV, air conditioning, laundry machines, and many more amenities.
This Airbnb rental cabin is a favorite among New Yorkers and sleeps up to four people. It’s a private cabin on a 130-acre property with awesome views. There’s a 90-foot waterfall on the property and wading pools here. You’ll be just a few miles from the shops and restaurants in town, and there are discounts for weekly and monthly stays. Guests can access the nearly eight miles of trails and explore the streams, creeks, and forests. Amenities provided include Wi-Fi, a kitchen, and an indoor fireplace.
With two bedrooms and one bathroom on 50 acres of pine woods, this cabin rental is a good option in New York. It has solar electricity, a hot rainwater shower, propane cook stove, and BBQ grill outside. The cabin sleeps five people and has a queen-size bed and full-size bed. The bathroom is a “glorified outhouse” a few yards from the cabin. When you stay here, you’ll be close to lots of outdoor recreation, including fishing, swimming, kayaking, cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, and more.
Built in 2014 and 2015, this cabin is on five acres of land and a country retreat with modern comforts. It sleeps four people and has two bedrooms – one with a queen-size bed and the other with two twin beds. The cabin also has a kitchen that’s stocked, a living room with a fireplace, TV, DVD player, and limited internet. In the basement, you’ll find a ping pong table, and the front porch has rocking chairs to relax and enjoy the scenery. Another big perk of this rental is the hot tub on the back deck. Guests enjoy the large yard for outdoor entertaining too. The cabin is about 20 miles south of Hornell and 20 miles east of Wellsville, New York.
You’ll love this highly-rated Airbnb cabin that is by a stream and borders 1,000 acres of trails in the Clapper Hollow State Forest. It sleeps four people and is ideal for couples, solo adventurers, and families with kids. Pets are welcome here. With this one-bedroom cabin rental, you’ll get a kitchenette with small appliances, a wood-burning stove, a back porch overlooking a stream, an outdoor fire pit, and a vintage tub. The host can provide you with snowshoes to explore the area in the winter. There is no cell reception or Wi-Fi at the cabin, so come here to unplug and relax.
The host that offers this cabin actually has three cabins available that are close to trails, arts and culture, restaurants, and more. Each of the cabins has a bunk bed that sleeps three people because there’s a double-size bed on the bottom and a twin-size bed on top. Cabins come with a refrigerator, microwave, coffeemaker, fire pit, grill, ceiling fan, and picnic table. Air conditioning, heating, and a dedicated workspace are also provided. Fun things to check out in this part of New York are the various Finger Lakes, Grape Fest, Hunt Hollow Ski Resort, and the Canandaigua Blue Trail.
Three people can stay at this New York cabin that’s close to many family-friendly activities in the Finger Lakes region. It offers great views from the back porch and is close to wineries, Corning restaurants, and the Watkins Glen International Raceway. Couples like staying here and bringing their pets along. The sleeping arrangements inside the cabin are a queen-size bed in one bedroom and a single bed in the other bedroom. Amenities provided include a TV, heat, indoor fireplace, and kitchen.
Situated on 45 private acres and five miles from any major highway, this woodland retreat has a two-person hot tub on the back porch. The cabin sleeps three people and offers a small kitchen and full-size shower. There are spiritual and pagan rituals held on the property occasionally, and the host offers natural and reiki-infused products for sale. Things to do in this area while staying here are the historic forts, Lake Ontario and Oneida, snowmobile trails in the winter, and colorful foliage in the fall.