The Best Winter Cabin Rentals Across the US

Skip the hotel and rent a cabin this winter. From New York to Montana, these cabins offer cozy ambiance, privacy and easy access to winter sports.

Who doesn’t love snuggling up by the fireplace or taking a soak in a private hot tub in a cozy cabin after a cold day spent playing in the snow? Whether you are traveling with kids or on a romantic vacay, opting for a cabin rental over a hotel room personalizes your winter getaway and can even lend a fresh perspective to a familiar destination.

From a beautiful log cabin in the woods on a lake in Massachusetts to luxe lodging with in-your-face mountain views just 8-miles from the ski slopes in Big Sky, Montana, these are our favorite winter cabins to rent on trivago this winter.

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Wildlife Watching And Mountain Views At This Big Sky, Montana Cabin

Look for moose, bear, elk and snowshoe hare from the large redwood deck or out the floor-to-ceiling windows in the front room at this luxurious cabin with fabulous views. Set on a 42-acre estate in a gated community, the cabin offers fabulous mountain scenery in all directions and a wilderness sleeping vibe. It is also just 8-miles from the slopes at Montana’s Big Sky Resort.

The cabin can sleep up to four people in two bedrooms. There is only one bathroom, however, so this cabin works best for either a family or one couple. One of the bedrooms has a queen bed and the other has a twin with a pop-up trundle. The main room is an open floor plan with living, dining and kitchen space.

The gas fireplace shaped like a wood stove heats the entire cabin and the temperature is controlled by a thermostat. The kitchen comes stocked with everything you need to cook. Note, that this cabin is located up a short hill from the owner’s house that can only be accessed by foot.

Luxurious Cabin With Fabulous View

Big Sky
9.8 Excellent (236 reviews)

Remote Dog-Friendly Luxury Cabins By Natural Hot Springs in Colorado

Book one of the hand-built cabins at the rustic luxe Dunton Hot Springs, which are open only to guests staying at the resort. Located 25-miles southwest of Telluride in a stunning San Juan Mountain setting, this dog friendly property offers lodging in meticulously maintained cabins dating back to the 1800s that have between one and five bedrooms. Try to book one with private indoor or outdoor hot spring fed tubs.

There are an additional five hot spring pools of varying temperature and settings on the grounds open to all guests. The water at Dunton Hot Springs is heavy with dissolved iron, manganese and traces of lithium. Benefits allegedly include opening peripheral blood vessels and improving circulation.

Dunton Hot Springs stays open year-round, but winter is a special season to visit. Soaking in the pools as the snow falls is a serene experience. The resort also offers a list of activities, including heli-skiing, that guests can book.

Dunton Hot Springs

9.7 Excellent (40 reviews)

Golf, Ski Or Just Relax At This Mammoth, California Cabin

Just a minute away from Chair 15 at Mammoth Mountain Resort, Cabin #17 is a great choice if you are looking for a winter ski cabin rental. A two-bedroom, two-bath condo, it is part of the Cabins at Crooked Pines development. The cabin features vintage mountain styling with lots of wood furnishings and accents.

There is a comfy couch in the living room facing a gas fireplace for cozy evenings. Or grab a cold beer from the fridge and head onto the furnished porch for DIY après-ski celebrations. You can also save money on meals, as this cabin has a full kitchen.

The heated underground parking lot is another perk — no need to scrape ice off your windows in the morning. Guests also have access to a communal hot tub (open to all 24 units in the development), outdoor fire pit, BBQ area and picnic tables. Located on the ski shuttle route, it is easy to catch the bus to Eagle Lodge, The Village or Canyon Lodge base areas at Mammoth.

Cabins #17

Mammoth Lakes
9.3 Excellent (74 reviews)

Romantic Lakefront Vacation Home in New York's Catskill Mountains

Located about 2.5-hours north of New York City, the Catskill Mountains have been a favorite city escape for more than a century. The area is known for its quaint villages, ski mountains and lakes.

This European Style Luxury Apartment by the Lake sits on a private lake in the woods between the towns of Windham and Hunter, which are home to a number of restaurants, bars and shops. Skiing or snowboarding at the nearby Hunter Mountain Resort is a popular winter activity.

Although listed as a “luxury apartment”, this romantic vacation home is actually more like a cozy cabin. Part of a larger property, but self- contained with a private entrance, it can sleep up to two people and has one bedroom and bathroom.

Grab a seat in the Adirondack chairs on the deck or Netflix and chill on the comfy couch in the living area — there is a Smart TV with streaming service. The entire cabin was renovated just a few years ago and the interior décor is stylish modern mountain. You can also fire up the charcoal BBQ grill or warm up by lighting a fire in the outdoor pit.

Romantic Catskills Getaway- European Style Luxury Apartment By The Lake

9.7 Excellent (81 reviews)

Lake Tahoe, California Cabin With Hot Tub Near Heavenly Ski Resort

Relax after a day on the slopes with a soak in the hot tub on the back deck overlooking a lagoon and the surrounding Sierra Nevada Mountains at The Lagoon Cabin. Part of the Tahoe Keys lakefront development that also features inland waterways and a sailing lagoon next to a wildlife refuge, this cozy cabin is perfect for a winter escape on Lake Tahoe’s South Shore. Heavenly is the closest ski resort, about 15 minutes away, and there are quite a few more resorts within an hour commute.

One major perk of staying here is that guests have access to amenities at Tahoe Keys, which includes a marina, indoor (and outdoor) swimming pools and community beach access in the summer. You are also not far from shops and restaurants.

Sleeping up to seven people, there are three bedrooms, including one with a bunk bed and twin bed that is great for kids. The master has an en-suite bath and a comfy queen bed. Expect lots of wood furnishings and accents throughout.

Waterfront Cabin With Spa On Tahoe Keys Lagoon

South Lake Tahoe
9.4 Excellent (29 reviews)

Lakeside Lincoln Log Cabin in Massachusetts' Berkshire Mountains

Take your coffee down to the screened in gazebo by the water and watch the sun come up over the lake in Massachusetts‘ Berkshire Mountains. Set on just under 3-acres of woodlands, this two bedroom cabin is an original Lincoln Logs home and offers a serene, very private getaway. Perfect for a family, it sleeps five people with a queen bed in the master, plus a double log bed and a full size air mattress in its loft. The living room sofa also converts into a bed.

If you are in town to ski, the cabin is less than 20 minutes from Jiminy Peak and Bousquet Mountain resorts. The interior décor features some old fashioned touches like a working 1920s Glenwood gas stove in the kitchen, as well as a functional Harman wood pellet stove that keeps the cabin warm on even the coldest days.

During warmer months, there is a hand-crafted canoe and two kayaks that can be taken out on the lake. In winter, you can make a fire in the well stocked pit by the gazebo or watch movies on the large TV in the living room.

A Beautiful Log Cabin In The Woods, On A Lake , Yet Near Everything

9.9 Excellent (243 reviews)

Steam, Soak and Admire The Views at This Killington Vermont Ski House

Offering 2,000 square feet of space, this Killington Vermont Ski House is perfect for a multi-gen family vacation since it can sleep up to 10 people. The custom built home was recently renovated and added on to, and features some nice perks. Head out onto the large deck for a soak in the hot tub with Green Mountain views, or detox with a sweat session in the indoor sauna.

The house has a bright and airy feel throughout, thanks to 24-foot cathedral ceilings on the first floor. Mountain winter décor (like antique skis and snowshoes) is displayed on the walls and there’s also a Vermont Castings wood stove. The second floor has a second living area that extends the length of the house, and has a sleeping alcove with a Murphy bed. There are also two full bedrooms.

Killington, Vermont Ski House W/ Hot Tub And Sauna

9.3 Excellent (201 reviews)