Few vacations are more relaxing than a cabin retreat. Whether you’re using it as a base for your hiking or skiing excursions, or simply planning to kick back by the fireplace and relax with a book, cabins have a quiet romance about them. It’s no surprise, then, that cabins are among the most popular properties searched for by Airbnb users. The company just revealed its most wish-listed Airbnb cabins in the US, and the list might just inspire you to pull a Thoreau and head to the wilderness. From New York to Washington, these are the most wish-listed Airbnb cabins in the US.

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1. A-frame cabin in the Catskills — Kerhonskon, New York

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This two-bedroom A-frame cabin from 1961 is located on a private road in the Catskills and named the “Coolest A-frame in NY” by the New York Post in 2020. It has an open dining room with original wood ceilings and beams, a fire pit, a screened-in gazebo, a small pond, and a long picnic table for outdoor dining.

Four guests, two bedrooms
Price: $345 per night

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2. Midcentury cabin near a lake — Hamlin, Pennsylvania

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An A-frame surrounded by trees in the Pocono Mountains, this Airbnb cabin has a deck with benches and fire pit, and access to a community pool, tennis court, ski hill, and two lakes. There’s also a full chef’s kitchen with hardwood countertops and a dining table that seats six — perfect for larger family gatherings.

Six guests, three bedrooms
Price: $351 per night

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3. Cozy cottage on the edge of Yosemite — Oakhurst, California

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Located right on the edge of the Sierra National Forest and Yosemite National Park — and just 15 minutes from Bass Lake — this A-frame cabin is surrounded by oak, pine, and manzanita trees. Inside you can enjoy the home’s modern design, while a rugged wilderness awaits just outside your window.

Four guests, one bedroom
Price: $266 per night

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4. Alpine ski cabin — Henryville, Pennsylvania

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This A-frame is just a few minutes from Camelback Ski Resort and comes equipped with a modern kitchen, three bedrooms, and a hot tub that overlooks a river. It also has some pretty unique features like a spiral staircase to a catwalk mezzanine and a floor net lounge.

Six guests, three bedrooms
Price: $379 per night

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5. Cozy treehouse-inspired cabin — Boone, North Carolina

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This cabin in the woods of North Carolina comes with a lofted bedroom under a peaked roof, and woodsy furniture that lends to its treehouse-esque atmosphere. There’s also an outdoor swing overlooking a creek, and windows throughout with views of the forest. If you’re looking for a peaceful retreat to get off the grid for a while — this is it.

Four guests, two bedrooms
Price: $207 per night

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6. 1960s A-frame with river and mountain views — Packwood, Washington

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Located between the Cowlitz River and Coal Creek, this cabin is surrounded by river and mountain views. It has large front and back decks, a fully-stocked kitchen, wood-burning fireplace, and it’s just a short drive to Mt. Rainier National Park and the White Pass Ski Area. The best part is that it’s completely pet-friendly.

Six guests, one bedroom
Price: $329 per night

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7. Contemporary cabin with a touch of luxury — Blue Ridge Georgia

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One of the most modern Airbnb cabins on the list, this brand new cabin has a stone-stacked fireplace, hot tub, grill, an expansive deck with plenty of seating, and glass windows pretty much everywhere overlooking the forest. It’s also just three miles from the shopping and restaurants of downtown Blue Ridge, as well as the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway.

Eight guests, three bedrooms
Price: $432 per night

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8. Mountain cabin with forest views — Maurertown, Virginia

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This secluded cabin overlooks the scenic Shenandoah River and sits right on the edge of the George Washington National Forest. Recently renovated, the cabin features a wood fireplace, outdoor fire pit and hot tub, and wrap around deck. It also has private access to a trail leading to the Massanutten Circuit Trail.

Four guests, two bedrooms
Price: $250 per night

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9. Cabin built from converted shipping containers — Rockbridge, Ohio

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The Box Hop is a house on 18.5 acres in the Hocking Hills, constructed using three intermodal shipping containers. With a focus on sustainability and modern design, the house is simple and economical in design but has all the amenities you need to be comfortable. In addition to the gas grill and fire table, there’s also a hot tub surrounded by trees and a rooftop patio for sunbathing.

Six guests, three bedrooms
Price: $436 per night

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