13 Amazing Cabins You Have to See to Believe
From luxury mountainside cabins with a view to simple handcrafted log homes, there are cabins for just about every style and budget. Here are 16 amazing pictures of cabins in the woods you must see to believe.
Handcrafted Log Home
Sometimes just looking through pictures of cabins in the woods is enough to send you to a relaxing place. Then there’s this handcrafted log home that was designed by a Northern Michigan company that specializes in high-end homes in a variety of styles and settings. This cozy cabin is nestled in the woods and uses a rock retaining wall to help add to the rustic look. To learn more about how the homes are designed, visit Timber Wolf Handcrafted Log Homes. Oh, and if you’re interested in living in some place like this yourself, check out these things to know before getting a house in the woods.
Photo: Courtesy of Timber Wolf Handcrafted Log Homes
View of the Slopes
This multi-million-dollar cabin offers views of the ski slopes in Beaver Creek, Colorado, near Vail. Designed by a world-renowned architect, this amazing cabin has sweeping cathedral ceilings with exposed beams and plenty of stunning stone details. Check out a slideshow with more photos of the property.
Photo: Courtesy of Vail Real Estate
Cabin with a Mountain View
For your next vacation, you can rent this cabin with a view in Sevierville, Tennessee. Enjoy the Smoky Mountains in this charming retreat with a large porch with a swing, a private screened porch and a stone fireplace. For more photos of the property, visit Oak Haven Resort.
Photo: Courtesy of Oak Haven Resort
Cabin with a Modern Look
This custom cabin near Whitefish, Montana offers a cabin feel with modern design. Designed by Old Montana Building Company, which specializes in custom mountain homes using native products such as stone, timber and reclaimed materials.
Photo: Courtesy of Old Montana Building Company
The Ultimate Deck
This isn’t your typical deck. This log cabin in McHenry, Maryland is close to skiing, golf and a lake. Or just sit back and relax on its sprawling deck. Check out information about the area and rentals.
Photo: Courtesy of Taylor-Made Deep Creek Vacations
This Colorado ranch cabin offers a small porch to sit and relax in some patio chairs after a long day of hiking. It’s mountainside location offers plenty of scenery.
Photo: Courtesy of Wilder on the Taylor
Cabin with Large Picture Windows
Even when the weather turns nasty, you can enjoy the view from this log cabin’s large picture window. Located in Dubois, Wyoming, the 3,090 square-foot home built in 1993 offers a guest house, barn and creek frontage and views of the Wind River Mountains.
Photo: Courtesy of Bert Milton Realty
A Little Slice of Heaven
Called “Little Slice of Heaven,” this rental cabin in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, is a two-story bungalow and just minutes away from the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Inside you’ll find a pool table in a game room and a hot tub on the large deck.
Photo: Courtesy of Eden Crest Vacation Rentals
Cabin with Guest Bunk House
Photo: Courtesy of Pearson Real Estate
The Famous Cabin
Known as the “Famous Cabin” in Lake Tahoe, this cabin has hosted vacationers for generations. In 2015, the original cabin was transformed into a five-bedroom home with plenty of high-end finishes including a bar area and a spiral staircase.
Photo: Courtesy of Famous Cabin
Historic Mountainside Cabin
This mountainside cabin in Bozeman, Montana has all the comforts of home with stunning views. Built in the 1940s, it was a place where many gathered for square dances, live music and card games. Check out photos and to read about the cabin’s history.
Photo: Courtesy of Mountain Home
Log and Stone Cabin
Designed by Noah Bradley, this log and stone cabin has a screened-in porch and a home office. The cabin features a large family area with a fireplace for kicking back and relaxing. Visit Handmade Houses to read about Bradley’s work.
Photo: Courtesy of Handmade Houses
This luxury log cabin in Waterbury, Vermont sits on 86 secluded acres of the Green Mountains. The large deck offers a place to relax, and there’s even a treehouse with plenty of mountain views. Visit Moose Meadow Lodge to see the stunning photos.
Photo: Courtesy of Moose Meadow Lodge