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Oregon has this indescribable blend of both urban and rural living. Vastly diverse travelers come to the lushly green state to either hike, explore the mind-blowing foodie scene, or dip their toes in the salty ocean. Wandering through the forests is, simply put, enchanting, and visiting the city can be a fast-paced roller coaster ride of shop visiting, seafood eating, and barhopping (with craft cocktails and brews of course). Or, travelers could even take a road trip through one of the nation’s best wine regions, Willamette Valley. Regardless of what top activities in Oregon you choose to do, these cabin Airbnbs make for a memorable place to stay.
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Imagine living in this wooden abode ages ago. But of course, you don’t have to imagine, because you’ll be here. Haul firewood into the toasty living room, meander through a moss-covered forest, and cuddle up by the fire pit at night.
Huge picture windows make the space seem much larger than it actually is. But that compactness gives the home tucked in the woods, an endearing appeal. Downstairs is efficiently equipped with a small kitchen space and living area, while the upstairs is made for ultra-comfy nights.
Something magical happens when traditional log home features are blended with something a bit more upscale. While all the wood adds tons of warmth, an elegantly stacked stone fireplace, spacious kitchen, and pool table room contribute that sense of luxury many of us look for when going on vacation.
While admittedly it doesn’t take a whole lot to make an A-frame cabin completely adorable, the shingle siding, and light yet ambient feel on the interior of this dwelling are simply irresistible. Guests will enjoy a well-equipped kitchen and comfortable sleeping spaces. The best part might be the proximity to the glorious hiking and adventure of Mount Hood.
It’s hard to believe prospectors heading toward Alaska built this cabin all the way back in the 1920s. Much of the charm still remains, for example, the unique sliced log walls that give it a signature and whimsical appeal. Overlooking the Sandy River, guests will quickly learn this is truly a gem.
How calming does it sound, to sit on the covered porch and listen to rushing echo from the Mckenzie River? Known to be one of the cleanest stretches of water in all of the United States, travelers marvel over the significance of the location. Georgia pine made it all the way to Oregon to help construct the bones of this magnificent historical structure.
Oregon might arguably be one of the most dog-friendly states in all of America. So it makes sense that this cabin would be dog-friendly! Being here, there will be a lot for dogs to do if you decide to bring them along. The cabin has a great layout, and the most snug loft for sleeping.
Tradition overflows from every corner of this cabin. Lots of wood accents dominate the space, which can accommodate every basic creature comfort. And you certainly won’t overlook that dreamy covered hot tub that helps visitors take advantage of the pristine outdoor environment.
It can be really nice to stay somewhere modern when on vacation. Therefore, we bring you a contemporary option that is light, bright, and sure to fill your spirit with cheer. First of all, the home is enormous, as are the windows in the living space that bring the views inside. Kids will love the bunkroom, and fun touches such as a game table.
Eyes will immediately be drawn to the uniquely located fireplace, that sits in the center of the living space. A wall of windows sits behind the focal piece, making the A-frame shape all that more evident. Trendy touches, like the upgraded tub underneath the skylight, are found all throughout the Instagram-worthy space.
With a perfect blend of sleek materials and rustic logs, the exterior is, simply put, a naturalistic masterpiece. Step into the glorious heart of the home, where a stone fireplace ascends to the ceiling. Wind up an intricately crafted spiral staircase, to the second level.
We are feeling the 1960s vibes in this A-frame cabin, with its bright orange kitchen accents, fun fabrics, and other mid-century touches. But that makes sense because the structure was built in 1969. Sitting amongst others like chalets, the community overlooks the ocean.
Views for days – need we say more? Watch the river trickle below, or gaze outward toward the rocky terrain, all from a spacious deck. The interior gets lots of coziness from log walls and homey accents.
When approaching the foliage surrounded cabin, it’s easy to feel like you’re in a dream. A water feature sits right off the porch, which itself is absolutely gorgeous. Inside many naturalistic materials have been used, like stone and wood. A couple of absolutely lovely dining spaces are available to the folks that get the chance to stay here.
This cabin has actually been converted out of a greenhouse! And it sits on an organic farm, which is totally perfect. Tons of light spills into the space, which does feature many exotic attributes. We love the wooden hot tub, and could honestly stay there for hours sipping on some kombucha.
Looking for something that has that chic look? This is it. Plenty of bright white aesthetics are blended into the cabin. But still expect those classic elements, like a wooden ceiling, and lots of exterior trees. Guests will be delighted though, to find a few out-of-the-box surprises, like a chair swing hanging from the ceiling in the bedroom.
The roof goes all the way to the ground on one side of this unusual cabin. That’s just an intro to the unconventional findings on the interior. Quirkiness awaits for guests inside, in the form of fun features like circular windows. We can’t quite put our finger on it, but there is something kind of magical going on here.
Bend, Oregon might be one of the hottest cities to visit near the west coast. Craft beer, artesian restaurants, and plenty of other modern attractions draw travelers from far and wide. But what really makes it over the top special, are the natural surroundings and activities. Staying in a luxurious cabin, right on one of the breathtaking lakes is a phenomenal way to explore the area.