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The Most Remote Airbnb’s In America For A Weekend Escape
It has been a heavy year, with impacts of climate change, violence, and a pandemic felt across the world. If face masks, fires, and political unrest have you feeling overwhelmed, an escape to a cabin in the woods may be just what you need. These homes are nestled in nature, offering guests serenity, quiet, and an opportunity for rest.
If the forest is your happy place, you’ll feel right at home in this secluded cabin in the woods. The private mountainside retreat can accommodate up to two guests and is located just minutes from renowned rock climbing, beautiful swimming holes, kayaking, fishing, golfing, mountain biking, skiing, and snowboarding. The home starts around $145 a night depending on your travel dates.
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“Nestled in the heart of the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia and featured in Savor magazine as one of the Best Places to Go Glamping in Virginia, this cabin is a respite from the busyness of life,” reads the Airbnb post. Able to accommodate up to seven guests, this secluded cabin is located on two and a half acres backing onto a mountain stream. The cabin is just minutes from the Blue Ridge Parkway, Appalachian Trail, Glenwood Horse Trail, countless hikes, and several ultra-marathon courses. Rent this home for around $159 a night.
California living isn’t all sunshine and beaches. If you need a break from the hectic city life head to this oasis in Big Bear. This decked-out cabin is tucked away with miles of National Forest and trails as its backyard, yet just minutes from all that Big Bear has to offer, including hiking, skiing, and restaurants. Head out for a solo trip or grab four of your friends and split the $316 a night price tag.
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A village in upstate New York, located just two and a half miles from the city, Tivoli is quiet, quaint, and off the beaten path. Rent this immaculate barn and have access to a fire pit, outdoor shower, library, and acres of natural wooded landscapes. The home can accommodate up to six guests and will run you around $416 a night.
If you want to stay close to the city while still enjoying your escape to the woods, check out this rustic treehouse located just minutes from downtown Atlanta. “The treehouse provides an intimate, simple, and restful retreat for two people,” say the owners. The unique treehouse consists of three separate areas – Mind, Body and Spirit – each connected by rope bridges for a one-of-a-kind experience and opportunity to connect with yourself and with nature. This rental starts around $389 a night depending on your travel dates.