Love hiking and being in nature, but hate the idea of “roughing it”? We’ve got you. Today, we’re highlighting eight of our most popular one-bedroom forest cabin rentals. Hikers, climbers, birdwatchers, honeymooners, solo travelers and weary city dwellers have all booked relaxing stays at these properties. So next time you head off to the woods, leave the tent at home and book a stay at a forest cabin rental on FlipKey.
Top Forest Cabin Rentals
“My stay here was a gift, and I did not know the destination until I arrived. Absolutely enchanting.” – FlipKey review
$337 per night
At Forest House, guests sleep in the canopy of the native Madrone trees on Orcas Island. The unique, round design was custom-built using only natural materials found in the Pacific Northwest. Plus, the deck space and clear glass windows allow visitors to enjoy the panoramic forest and ocean views (for some serious Instagram opportunities)! Ready to explore? Nearby Moran State Park has over 35 miles of trails for hiking, fishing, mountain biking, and more.
“Unique experience, one of the coolest places I’ve stayed!” – FlipKey review
$150 per night
The solitude of nature combined with the luxuries of home are found at Art Cabin, one of our most popular Pennsylvania rentals. Surrounded by custom sculptures and a man-made pond, this forest rental offers high-end conveniences like a sauna and a bathroom with heated floors to cut through those frigid mountain mornings.
“Cozy, relaxing getaway in the middle of it all!” – FlipKey review
$130 per night
Nestled in an ideal location (between cabin rental meccas Gatlinburg and Pigeon Forge), the Lover’s Lookout property has welcomed dozens of FlipKey guests already this year. This rental is perfect for couples or small families looking to explore the Smoky Mountains. Start your day with coffee on the porch while you take in the panoramic mountain views, then end your day in the same space with a soak in the hot tub.
“One of the best vacations I’ve ever had.” – FlipKey review
$125 per night
Our Jungle Fever rental is another Smoky Mountains gem, located in picturesque Pigeon Forge. Decorated with an African jungle theme, this cabin displays artwork, sculptures, and unique decor that will make you feel a long way from Tennessee.
“Cozy cabin in a winter wonderland!” – FlipKey review
$160 per night
This adorably named forest cabin is located just outside Sugarloaf Mountain in southern California. Guests love the cathedral ceilings and windows that look upon the surrounding pines (and we can see why!). The paneled walls and knotty pine staircase also add just the right amount of woodsy mountain feel.
“The worst part was leaving…” – FlipKey review
$115 per night
If you’ve ever dreamt of small woodland creatures waking you, dressing you, and helping you start another beautiful day like Snow White, The Enchanted Cottage might be as close as you’ll get. For starters, there’s a four-tiered water garden complete with a koi pond to sooth you as you sit on the large front porch, surrounded by wildflowers, peonies, and hydrangeas. Nestled near the Virginia-North Carolina border, The Enchanted Cottage is close to the Blue Ridge Parkway, New River State Park, and all that Southwest Virginia has to offer.
“In a word, Pinewood Cabin is perfect!” – FlipKey Review
$137 per night
Marsh Hollow is a 34-acre private retreat offering woods to explore, a shallow creek to splash through, and near 10,000 acres of adventures in Hocking Hills State Park. The owners take great care in adding personal touches for your stay like chopped wood for your campfire and personalized robes. If you’re visiting in the winter, a cheery wood stove will warm your stay.
“Doesn’t get any better than this…” – FlipKey review
$145 per night
Serene mountain views surround this popular Smoky Mountain rental. Bearly Naked is great for honeymoons, anniversaries or for that much-needed cabin getaway you’ve been dreaming of. From the heart-shaped jacuzzi tub to the custom billiards table, you can’t beat the privacy and luxury that this vacation rental offers.