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If you’re looking for an idyllic romantic getaway with your partner, there are few better options for accommodation than a cozy cabin rental. Whether you’re the adventurous type of couple who enjoy roughing it in the woods surrounded by breathtaking scenery with lots of ways to stay active or you’re thinking about a more relaxed escape with plenty of luxurious amenities, you’re sure to find the perfect option on this list. From the Pacific Northwest to Maine, Florida, and many places in between, these cabins are some of the most romantic you’ll find.
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Located on six private acres that include a half-acre turquoise pond for swimming and fishing, you’ll have everything you need for a romantic stay here while being close to the Skagit Valley tulip fields in the spring. The pond is exclusively yours and there’s a hot tub for soaking together after a day of play too. Bring some steaks and enjoy cookouts on the grill followed by an evening around the fire pit with firewood supplied. Inside, there’s a full kitchen with a coffee maker and griddle as well as a living room with satellite TV and a DVD player. This cabin is one of the most romantic vacation rentals in the United States.
One of the top cabins for couples in Colorado, this rental is perfect for those looking for a romantic space with easy access to Rocky Mountain National Park. Best of all, this 19th-century rental comes with historic charms and luxurious amenities. You’ll have an outdoor deck for relaxing or soaking in the bubbling hot tub with dramatic mountain views. There’s also a wood-burning fireplace to cozy up to with a glass of wine along with a Smart TV for streaming your personal accounts. A full kitchen is included if you want to whip up your own gourmet meals, although you may want to include one evening of fine dining at the famous Stanley Hotel nearby.
One of the coziest cabin rentals near Helen, this rental will put you within the city limits of the famous Bavarian-themed town in North Georgia while enjoying gorgeous views from its high perch. It includes a furnished deck where you can sip wine while taking in the endless mountain vistas and an outdoor fireplace for alfresco dining. While that makes it romantic enough on its own, the hot tub takes that up a notch and you’ll have easy access to scenic trails that lead to waterfalls too. Pet-friendly, Fido or Fluffy are also welcome with a small additional fee.
The owner of this little cabin was inspired by Nordic homes. It’s nestled in the heart of the Green Mountains deep in the woods where, in the fall, you’ll be surrounded by color. A cozy one-bedroom, it has a Bohemian vibe, providing a somewhat glamping-style experience, situated on an 11-acre property. You’ll have a kitchenette with a small fridge, toaster oven, and two-burner cook stove. Coffee and tea are supplied along with some light breakfast items like oatmeal and fresh eggs and veggies from the garden when available. It includes an outdoor fire pit, and to complete the Nordic theme, there’s a Finnish sauna on-site for detoxing. During the warmer months enjoy picking blackberries and hikes through the woods. Keep an eye out for wildlife like deer, wild turkey, and the occasional black bear too.
One of the best cabins in Washington for couples, this Suquamish rental can accommodate up to four guests in two bedrooms, but it’s perfect for a couple. It has an enchanting feel that includes a back deck with peekaboo views of the Puget Sound where you might spot bald eagles and passing cruise ships, while out front there’s a small garden. It’s a cozy space, but with a lofty ceiling in the open living/dining room, you won’t feel cramped. There are vintage-inspired touches and a wood-burning stove that adds to the ambiance with a Duraflame-type firelog provided nightly for the first week of your stay between October and April. The kitchen has all you need, including a coffee maker and a Whirley Pop for making popcorn along with a vintage-style record player and a few records.
Only a short drive from historic downtown Fredericksburg, this authentic 1800s log cabin offers lots of charms from the past along with luxury amenities. One of the most romantic cabins in Fredericksburg, it sits on 7.5 acres and is surrounded by oak trees, ensuring plenty of peace and tranquility for the ultimate romantic getaway. There’s a front porch for sipping your morning coffee or evening wine while watching for the deer that frequently roam by and a hot tub for a soothing soak under the stars. Inside, the electric fireplace provides a warm ambiance, while the bathroom has an antique clawfoot soaker tub. Other notable features include kitchenette items like a toaster oven, microwave, and mini-fridge along with a TV that has Roku and streaming ability plus a DVD player.
Located on a 67-acre organic farm, this unique cabin was converted out of a greenhouse. A cozy loft space for two, you’ll enjoy views of the lush lawns and gardens along with your own private hot tub. It includes a BBQ grill and a picnic table for dining outdoors along with a fire pit for roasting marshmallows under the stars. The “fairy” lighting adds to the romantic ambiance. A glamping-style experience, robes are included for the short walk to the bathroom and kitchenette which has a selection of teas, Nespresso coffee and natural spring water which are located in the historic barn and stables. There are private trails to hike on the property and waterfalls to visit nearby.
A “secret” romantic getaway nestled among mature, large oak trees, palmettos, and palms, this cabin is just a short walk to the beach and sits within a historic Old-Florida neighborhood. A top-rated cabin rental in Florida, it shares a property on the marsh and Tolomato River with a 1920 home where the first American author to win the Nobel Prize for Literature, Sinclair Lewis, once lived. The screened porch extends the living space to the outdoors and beyond with a wrap-around deck that has seating in the front and back. You’ll have all the essentials, like a kitchen, Wi-Fi, and air conditioning, although there is no TV allowing for more time to connect or reconnect with your partner.
A rare budget-friendly rental in Sedona, this A-frame cabin will allow you to enjoy plenty of serenity, jaw-dropping scenery, and outdoor adventure. The loft bedroom provides breathtaking views of Bell Rock you can look forward to enjoying every morning. Head outside to the front deck to enjoy your coffee with a view and after dark, incredible stargazing. It has an all-natural geothermal cooling and heating system, a full kitchen with a dishwasher, laundry facilities, free Wi-Fi, and all the other essentials.
A cozy cottage-style cabin with a secluded feel on a remote stretch of the northern Maine coast, Jenny’s House is just steps from the sea on a corner of a working farm with chickens and sheep. Nestled in a working harbor, there are perfectly positioned chairs for relaxing while enjoying the view of lobster boats, a small island with nesting eagles, and colorful sunsets. A large window brings the same view in, while the silence is interrupted only by the occasional baa of the sheep and sounds of the seabirds. It sleeps up to four and includes outstanding Wi-Fi and a kitchen with all you need to make your own meals. You’ll be staying in a slice of history too, with the rental once owned by a local legend, Jenny Cirone who grew up on nearby Nash Island and was a shepherdess, lobster fisherman, and farmer.
Constructed in the 1940s but remodeled to add modern amenities, this historic log cabin offers the quintessential Michigan experience on the Big Muskegon River. It offers amazing river views along with great bird watching with ospreys, geese, and bald eagles frequently spotted. You can get out on the water with four complimentary four kayaks and a paddle boat available for guest use, or enjoying hiking scenic trails nearby and then relax in the small hot tub that overlooks the water. Stargazing is fantastic after dark. Inside, you’ll have a kitchen, TV, and Wi-Fi, with accommodation for up to four guests.
An adorable space in every season, the Cozy Lazy Bear Cottage may be especially ideal in the winter, tucked between the two main lift areas and on the ski shuttle route, just a half-mile from either. You’ll have easy access to miles of cross-country and snowmobile trails, as well as snow tubing and sledding hills. During the warmer months, take advantage of the trails for hiking or four-wheeling. After a day of fun, relax on the front porch and watch for the abundant wildlife that wanders by.