Escape The City This Fall With A Socially Distanced Cabin Getaway
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Escape The City This Fall With A Socially Distanced Cabin Getaway

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Kelsey Marie
Kelsey Marie Oct 13, 2020

Escaping the city or town you live in this fall is essential, especially as many of us have been confined to our homes and neighborhoods for most of this year. 

Finding private accommodations in secluded areas is the best way to stay safe during this pandemic, and luckily, there are many chic cabins to choose from. 

Nature has been a popular destination during this time and according to Albert Herrera, the senior Vice President of global partnerships at Virtuoso, “We’ve seen a move toward experiences that foster mental wellness by allowing travelers to slow down, recalibrate, and pause to take a breath.”

Herrera tells Travel + Leisure, “Fast forward to now while we’re in the midst of a global health crisis, where we’ve been isolate from so many aspects of our lives and people we love, and the desire for restorative travel, clean air, and open spaces only intensifies.”

In Australia, the company Unyoked provides cabins in rural areas located less than two hours driving from Brisbane, Melbourne, and Sydney. In London, Elmley Nature Reserve provides chic cabins and according to the owner Georgina Fulton, “It’s an immersion in nature, but we still wanted it to be incredibly stylish.”

In the U.S., Getaway offers cabins starting at only $99. The company started in 2016 and according to its founder Jon Staff, “Our goal is to provide a break from the city, technology, and work so people can recharge.”

Venturing to a Getaway cabin is the perfect way to escape this fall, with locations in destinations such as the Catskills in New York, Big Bear Lake in California, Shenandoah National Park in Virginia, Uwharrie National Forest in North Carolina, and more. 

You can find out more about Getway’s pricing and locations here