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Top 5 cabins and treehouses in Vermont

Photo By Chris Daniele

Have you ever dreamed of getting snowed in while staying in a cozy Vermont cabin? Do you have dreams of discovering the most stunning fall leaves in the United States? Maybe you grew up watching the classic White Christmas movie, and you know that Vermont is an inviting place for magic and romance. And maybe in a beautifully scenic location, you’re just ready for a relaxing getaway. Well, we find in Vermont the ideal cozy cabins that will make your dreams come true.

The fact that there are a lot of cabins in VT should come as no surprise. These range from cottages on the lakeside to mountain cabins to rentals of ultra off-the-grid, rustic cabins in Vermont. There are tiny cabins in the house, massive, stylish cabins, and everything else in between.

Well, we have scoured the web to find the most comfortable and adorable Vermont cabin rentals. For two individuals looking to enjoy a romantic getaway in Vermont, certain choices are perfect, while others are larger properties that will accommodate a family or group of friends.

Off the grid cabin in the Green Mountains

This off the grid cabin features a (seasonal) solar heated outdoor shower, outhouse, non-potable running water in the kitchen, a propane cook stove, and a wood stove to keep you warm on cold nights.

The wood stove is the only source of heat inside the cabin, so working knowledge of fire-starting is a must! They do not have refrigeration, but provide a cooler for use during your stay. Pots, cups, bowls, utensils, basic cooking utensils, a pot, a saucepan, a frying pan, a roasting pan, a coffee grinder, a French press, a mixing bowl and a strainer can be found in the cabin. They have bedding and towels as well.

Stone City Treehouse in Hardwick Vermont

photo by Chris Daniele

When you swing in the forest, you can feel the pressures of life washing away and listen to the sounds of the beautiful stream just feet from the deck of the treehouse. You would never want to go! Enjoy a bit of solitude or some special alone time with a loved one.

Walk up the stairs, through the forest, and enter another space-one you won’t want to leave! Much thought was put into the design and a focus in its construction was local, renewable, and recycled materials.

While you relax in the living room area, enjoy the curated interior design and look out at the big, recycled windows (from an old local schoolhouse).

photo by Chris Daniele

Enjoy the deck that overlooks the year-round stream (which in the winter might be frozen over) and let the water sound flow through you.

Just below the treehouse, there is a sweet seating area, hammock, and campfire room right on the stream, with a spectacular view of the treehouse.

On the propane campstove (with a griddle option), you can cook simple meals or use the small charcoal grill in the space beneath the treehouse. To keep your fresh produce from the farmers ‘ market and your yummy local beer nice and cold, there is a mini-fridge with a separate freezer. The water system you can use for washing dishes is very primitive (and limited).

For your convenience, there is a simple composting toilet in the treehouse, but you also have access to the house’s full, modern toilet, with a brand new, beautiful shower.

Climb up the loft ladder to “the nest” when it’s time for bed, and sink into the brand new, comfy bed. To hear the nighttime sounds of the forest, open up the curtains.

The Vermont A-Frame

For your Vermont getaway, this soothing, bohemian A-Frame provides the best of all. The A-Frame is the perfect place to experience it all, whether your plan is to ski, shop, hike or just relax.

The A-Frame is a cozy but comfortable 1024 sq. ft. It has two bedrooms with a queen-sized memory foam bed in each and a loft with two XL twin beds. In the upstairs master bedroom, a half bath is situated, and downstairs there is a full bathroom. guests are supplied with clean sheets, towels and clothes for washing. All paper goods, a blow dryer, and shampoo and conditioner are also included. 

With several shops and restaurants within a 10 minute drive from the property, this Aframe cabin is very close to downtown Manchester. Think of it as the ideal combination of seclusion and warmth. While there are nearby neighbors, the A-Frame is still very much the classic “cabin in the woods”.

Honeycrisp Cottage – A Tiny Timber Frame

photo by Chris Daniele

Honeycrisp Cottage a Tiny Timber Frame, is a bright, energy efficient dwelling nestled on 9 acres overlooking a beautiful wooded mountain & trails to explore along a creek. A peaceful retreat with a living room, a king-size bed, a loft with a queen-size bed, a full kitchen, and a full bathroom. From the ski resorts for 1 hour.

A Refined Log Cabin in Woodstock, Vermont

Photo By Chris Daniele

The forest encircles this serene cabin. When listening to owls hoot, you relax in the adirondack chairs overlooking the trout pond. Then, make a beautiful meal in the custom kitchen with locally grown ingredients and dine on the rustic farmhouse table while staring out at the star filled sky of the night.

photo By Chris Daniele

This cabin is an elegant log cabin with three bedrooms and two bathrooms, situated 1 mile from the picturesque village of Woodstock, VT. Fully restored in a serene atmosphere with a modern rustic theme based on the stunning landscape. Dine on the beautiful farmhouse table, relax in front of a roaring fire, or just sit down overlooking the trout pond in the Adirondack chairs. Right outside the front yard, enjoy mountain biking or go for a walk on one of the several local trails.

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