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Three A-Frames on Airbnb to Rent ASAP

From the Smoky Mountains to a West Coast enchanted forest, these A-Frame cabins are located in some of the best spots for a weekend getaway:

Written by Gina Valente

1. The Little Owl Cabin at Mt. Rainier

Space Stats: 5 guests, 2 bedrooms, 4 beds, 1.5 baths.
Airbnb Site Here

If you’re dreaming of a night in an enchanted forest, The Little Owl Cabin is about as close as you’ll ever get! The A-frame backs the breathtaking Mt. Rainier National Park. You can enjoy a view of the woods from the upstairs balcony, or even more enticingly, outside in the cedar soaking hot tub. Mid-century modern vibes radiate throughout the living room and kitchen, and string lights hang over the back deck providing just the right about of whimsy.

 

 

2. The Lodge at Ski Mountain

Space Stats: 4 guests, 2 bedrooms 1.5 baths
Airbnb Site Here

Just outside downtown Gatlinburg this cabin is located in the winding hills of the Smoky Mountains. Housed within a cabin community, it’s just one of many A-frames in the area. Rich wood walls and flannel print bedding provide a country lodge feel. The living room is wide open with exposed wooden beams.  A loft bedroom upstairs with a private bath is the perfect backdrop for string lights. If that isn’t enough to win your cabin heart, the large outdoor deck with hot tub is sure to seal the deal.

 

3. A Black A-Frame

Space Stats: 4 guests, 2 bedrooms,  2 beds, 2 baths
Airbnb Site Here

As one of the most photographed cabins on Instagram, A Black A-Frame is famous worldwide. The cabin is a newly renovated off the grid solar powered space, and is set on a secluded private road in the Catskill Mountains. With a delightful combination of exposed wood and white walls, the inside gives off a clean and minimalist feel. Grab a book and enjoy a cozy day in the living room with with a roaring fire in the wood burning fireplace. Or better yet, have a lunch outside at the gazebo while enjoying the lovely sights of the forest.

 

 

Gina Valente lives in Ferndale, Michigan and runs the cabin blog, Moody Cabin Girl. She has a love for unique dwellings, adventures, and all things whimsical. When not running around renting cabins, she is trying new restaurants in the Detroit area and posting about them on her Instagram account, Girls Gone Hungry .