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Cabin rentals are available in pretty much every state across the country, but New Hampshire is definitely one of the best places to live the cabin life. Here in the Northeast, we love our cozy cabins and have so many different ones to choose from for a little getaway. Whether you’re looking for rustic, luxury, or something in between, here are the best New Hampshire cabin rentals to choose from.
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It’s also fun to stay in this Pittsburgh, New Hampshire cabin that’s in the heart of snowmobile country and sleeps eight people. This cabin has three bedrooms and two bathrooms. It has a large 10-foot by 40-foot deck with views of the lake, laundry machines, a garage available, and a large grassy field to enjoy some time outdoors. The lake’s boat launch is just a half-mile away for sailboats and fishing. Book this rental cabin to really get away from it all and spend lots of time outside and among the peacefulness of nature.
A popular Airbnb rental cabin is this A-frame for up to four guests that’s just a couple miles from North Conway Village. The home features a large deck, a nearby brook that’s surrounded by trees, Wi-Fi, a TV, a VHS collection, and a rennai heater in the living room. You’ll also find an electric fireplace in the larger bedroom to help heat the space on cool nights. The owner of this Airbnb has another listing as well that’s just as rustic but has more modern touches in case this one is already reserved by another guest.
For two people looking for a cabin getaway, consider this one-bedroom, one-bathroom cabin in the White Mountains. It’s open from May through October and off-the-grid. You’ll be surrounded by forests and views of Mt. Madison, Mt. Adams, and Mt. Jefferson. There are no other buildings or roads within view, but you’ll be close to hiking trails. The interior offers a queen-sized bed, comfy chair, couches, and kitchen table and chairs. Help yourself to the herb garden! There is no electricity here, but there is solar power to charge electronics. There is no running water, but the host provides water and a cooler. You can use the composting toilet in the outbuilding nearby, use the shower tent outside, and enjoy free swimming about two miles down the road.
A Vrbo listing that’s a great New Hampshire cabin is this home that sleeps eight people and has three bedrooms and 2.5 baths. It’s a large log cabin with views of Cannon Mountain and Mount Lafayette, and it’s a great place to be for a White Mountain vacation to Franconia Notch. The rental offers a full kitchen, free Wi-Fi, a family den, a gas BBQ grill, and parking in the driveway. Laundry machines are onsite.
Enjoy a little luxury with your log cabin stay when you book this Vrbo property for your New Hampshire trip. It is a large cabin that sleeps eight people and has three bedrooms and 3.5 baths. The home is on 40 acres of land and just minutes to downtown North Conway’s shops and restaurants. You can spend your time here playing lawn games, grilling under the deck, hiking to the nearby waterfalls, and swimming at Echo Lake. Families often stay at this property, but you should know that loud parties are not allowed. The amenities here include laundry machines, internet, TV, parking, and a fireplace.
Here’s a cabin for up to six people that you can rent on Airbnb and enjoy a little New Hampshire wilderness. It has two bedrooms, six beds, and three baths, as well as a private hot tub. You’ll be in a private area of Jackson and surrounded by forests and the Ellis River nearby. It is a short distance from Route 16 and provides easy access to attractions; however, it is not the most secluded cabin on this list because of this convenient location. It is an easily accessible cabin even in the winter. Pets are allowed here with prior approval from the owner.
The closest house is a half-mile away from this secluded cabin that’s on 34 acres of land and just finished in 2017. It is right by the White Mountain National Forest, so it’s possible to hike out of the property to see natural attractions. The cabin sleeps five people and has one bedroom and one bathroom. It’s best to have a AWD/4WD vehicle to access the home in the winter. Although cell phone reception here is good, the cabin does not have Wi-Fi, a TV, a dishwasher, or laundry so you can unplug and relax.
Here’s another popular cabin in New Hampshire and one that accommodates up to four guests. It’s on 50 acres in the woods and close to the White Mountain National Forest, Rumney Rocks, and ski resorts. The cabin features cathedral ceilings, a farmers’ porch, a back deck, and a fire pit. It’s close to the owner’s home but faces the opposite direction and has no other rentals on the property. Dogs are allowed here with a $25 fee per night, and the host even provides dog amenities like a bed and bowls. Wi-Fi is also available on the property.
For up to six guests, here’s a cabin that’s near Partridge Lake and also I-93 for easy access to Littleton town center and White Mountain hiking trails. There is no Wi-Fi or TV here, so book this cabin to disconnect and enjoy the kayaks, SUP, and bikes that the owner provides. This is an eco-friendly cabin that is Energy Star-certified and that gets lots of natural light. You can bring your pet along when you pay a $50 cleaning fee.
Larger groups up to nine people can stay at this four-bedroom, two-bathroom cabin that’s 20 minutes from Sqaum Lake and the activities of the White Mountains. It’s an excellent getaway for families or groups of friends who like to be surrounded by wildlife and have lovely views of the mountains and forest. Outside of the home, you’ll find a trail that follows the stream up the mountain and also a horseshoe pit nearby. The area also has a beautiful covered bridge, horse farm, and pond for fishing and kayaking.
Another great cabin rental in New Hampshire is this Vrbo property for up to six people. It has three bedrooms and one bathroom in a newly renovated space. The interior features two queen-size beds, two twin beds, a full kitchen, and a pine interior. From here, it’s a five-minute walk to the lake. The list of amenities provided includes internet, TV, heat, and parking.
Couples enjoy staying in this New Hampshire cabin that’s both romantic and serene. With this Airbnb rental, you’ll get a king-size bed, two-person Jacuzzi tub, full kitchen and bath, and a location just minutes from Franconia Notch State Park. It has a wood-burning fireplace, the Salmon Hole Brook running by the cabin, and Wi-Fi. There are five other cabins on this property as well, which spans 16 acres and has a private hiking trail. You can bring up to two pets when you show proof of their vaccinations and pay a $25 per night fee. Firewood and charcoal are available to purchase onsite.
New Hampshire guests enjoy this popular cabin that can accommodate up to nine guests in three bedrooms, four beds, and one bath. The cabin is on a 32-acre estate that includes a few other buildings, so it feels like a little resort village. You’ll be near New Hampshire’s largest ski resort, Bretton Woods when you stay here and enjoy lots of four-season activities no matter when you visit. Expect to see some wildlife during your stay here because the property offers habitats for numerous types of native animals.
Airbnb renters love this cute log cabin in a small New Hampshire town. It sleeps six people and has one bedroom and one bathroom. Guests staying here will have access to all of the living space and an outdoor yard on a one-third-acre lot. However, the garage is off limits. The bedroom has a queen-size bed, and there are also a couple couches for sleeping in the common areas. Other perks of staying here are the kitchen, dedicated workspace, Wi-Fi, TV, and indoor fireplace.
Many travelers in New Hampshire have stayed at this Airbnb cabin for two people and with one bedroom and one bath. It’s a rustic and cozy spot with a private hot tub, comfortable beds, and a location that’s directly off of Route 16. Pets may be allowed with owner approval and a $10 fee. You’ll be in a private wooded setting with the Ellis River and the Jackson cross country and hiking trails nearby. The only neighbor you can see from this private home is the former Blake House Bed & Breakfast.