13 A-Frame Cabin Rentals For Mountain Vacation Inspiration

Garrett Gardner

There’s nothing like a unique Airbnb to get us excited about vacation. And if it’s in a delightful shape like an A-frame? All the better. This fall, we’re planning our escape to the mountains where A-frame cabin rentals — big, small, and downright tiny — dot the landscape, and we found some of the dreamiest ones across the country. Whether you’re going leaf-peeping or booking a ski weekend, you’ll want the 13 A-frame cabins below on your radar.

Hudson Valley A-frame

Hudson Valley Lake House

An hour and a half north of New York City, this light and airy A-frame is surrounded by giant fir trees and overlooks a lake. With one bedroom and a pull-out couch, it’s perfect for a couple or family of four.

Ohio A-Frame cabins

Ohio Woodland A-Frame

Great for large groups, this recently renovated A-frame in Rockbridge, Ohio, has three bedrooms and sleeps up to 10. Go hiking on nearby trails and warm up near the suspended fireplace or the outdoor fire pit and hot tub.

Michigan Riverside Cabin

Michigan Riverside Cabin

An open-floor plan allows this A-frame on the banks of Michigan’s Sturgeon River to feel roomier than it appears. The serene escape includes two bedrooms (one room, one loft), a riverfront deck, and a fire pit.

California mountain A-frame

Southern California Mountain Chalet

Ninety minutes east of L.A., you’ll find this mid-century dream perched atop a knoll halfway between Big Bear and Lake Arrowhead. The floor-to-ceiling windows of the two-bedroom offer ample views of the surrounding San Bernardino Mountains and valley.

montana a frame cabins

Photo by Ginny Emery

Mini Montana A-Frame

Stay under Montana’s big sky inside this bright A-frame that’s situated in Helena National Forest. It’s part of a pair that can be rented together — one features a queen-size bed and the other has two twins — making it perfect for a family. While tiny, the thoughtfully designed cabins maximize every square inch of space.

Treehouse A-frame Cabin, Cascade Mountains

Cascades Tree House

Perched 13 feet off the ground amid evergreens in Washington state, this modern treehouse features one bedroom with a king-size bed, a two-person hot tub, and giant skylights that let in the light. Access to the North Fork Skykomish River is a short walk away.

A-frame near National Forest in Colorado

Colorado Chalet

Hygge vibes are high in this Rocky Mountain chalet that features two bedrooms, two decks, a steam spa, and a fireplace. It sits on 3.5 acres that backs up onto the National Forest, which you can access through a private trail.

u200bPoconos A-frame

Hideout in the Poconos

Tucked among the trees in Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mountains, this newly renovated mid-century A-frame is a short walk from two lakes. It sleeps up to six in three bedrooms, and it’s located in a gated community that has a tennis court, mini golf, and two pools — all of which guests have access to.

Utah desert A-frame

Utah Desert Cabin

Go glamping in the high desert at this open-air A-frame that’s 45 minutes from Zion National Park. The one-bedroom opens up to a deck with an outdoor kitchen that has breathtaking views of Utah’s South Zion Mountains.

minnesota scandinavian a frame cabin

Minnesota Scandinavian

Located near Snake River 90 minutes north of the Twin Cities, this sustainably rehabbed A-frame is an extension of the Minneapolis vintage home store Arlee Park. It sleeps up to four in two bedrooms.

North Carolina A-frame

Cozy Appalachian Cabin

Nestled in North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains, this charming cabin feels like it straight out of fairy tale. The two-bedroom A-frame is filled with wood furniture, plenty of neutrals, and folk art.

Idaho A-frame near Boise National Forest

Idaho Mountain Getaway

Located near Boise National Forest, this three-bedroom is a modern mountain escape. The outside has two patios and a fire pit, and it’s minutes form hiking and biking trails, an outdoor theater, and the Payette River.

u200bTexas Hill Country Treehouse

Texas Treehouse

Situated only three feet off the ground but on a steep bank of the Palo Alto creek , this one-bedroom getaway is surrounded by the live oaks and sycamores of Texas Hill Country. The light, airy, and well-appointed space will make you rethink what a treehouse can be.

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