These A Frame Cabins on Airbnb Are The Sought After Destinations Right Now

Shannon Quinn - March 11, 2022

Looking to stay in an A Frame Cabin? This trend has been hot lately, especially for anyone who’s looking to share their life on Instagram. If you want to spend a night in an A frame, we’ve got you covered with AirBnB stays across the United States.

This A Frame is situated in the forest like a treehouse. Credit: AirBnB

20. Shasta A Frame Cabin

Located in Shasta County, California, this treehouse A frame cabin is tucked away in four acres with a view of Shasta Lake, mountain peaks, and Hirz Bay. It’s located in-between three National Parks: Redwood, Crater Lake, and Lassen Volcanic, so hikers out there have no shortage of day trip destinations. The house itself is equipped with everything you could ever need. It has 2 bedrooms and can fit up to 4 guests. It has a 4.92 rating out of 313 reviews.

The wood burning stove makes the living room extra cozy. Credit: AirBnB


Here’s what a former guest, Emily, had to say: “This place is the coolest and most magical Airbnb that we have stayed at. It felt so relaxing to be surrounded by the quiet woods. The view from the deck was amazing too! The awesome lighting around the cabin and the wood burning stove really made it feel so cozy.”

$218 a night

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A gorgeous A frame in the Catskills Mountains. Credit: AirBnB

19. The Catskills A Frame

This A-Frame in Hancock, New York was fully restored from a 1964 built cabin. It’s located in the Catskills Mountains with views of a lake. There is a forest and stream in the backyard of the ¼ acre. One of the best features of this AirBnB is that they accept dogs! So you and your furry friend can enjoy hiking in the mountains together while relaxing in peace and tranquility. With 3 bedrooms, the house can fit up to 6 guests comfortably.

This house has been fully restored from a vintage 1960’s a frame. Credit: AirBnB

This AirBnB has a 4.75 rating out of 89 reviews. Former guests have pointed out that while the AirBnB itself is very idyllic and beautiful, the surrounding area is not. There’s not much to do in town, and it’s not located nearby any major attractions. However, if you’re looking for a place to get some relaxation away from it all, this could still be a good option for you.

$386 a night

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An adorable mid century modern a frame home. Credit: AirBnB

18. Red A Frame

This beautiful A frame cabin is located in Hood River, Oregon, just a few miles away from the downtown shopping district and waterfront. The property has views of both Mt. Hood and Mt. Adams. It’s very close to wineries and breweries, as well as a famous biking spot called Post Canyon. The closest airport to this AirBnB is Portland, which is 45 minutes away. One of the potential downsides is that they do not have air conditioning throughout the entire cabin. There is just a box unit in the upstairs bedroom. However, that doesn’t seem to spoil people’s trips and it isn’t a very hot location.

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Out of 106 reviews, this scored at 4.97. A guest named Esther had this to say: “The A-Frame is perfectly charming, peaceful, and comfortable. It is located only less than 10 min from town yet feels removed in the best way. The attention to detail and aesthetics is well appreciated, and what a bonus to have hens and a bunny to pet! Would absolutely recommend to book with these marvelous hosts who provides convenient check in/out info and has wonderful communication.”

$250 a night

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Lila Norr cabin after a beautiful snowfall. Credit: AirBnB

17. Lilla Norr A Frame

Built in 1978, Lila Norr or “Little North” is a cabin situated on 5 acres of woodland along the Snake River. Located in Brook Park, Minnesota, this is a forest getaway that’s far away from it all. It takes at least 20 to 40 minutes to drive to any sort of hiking trails or sight-seeing destination. You’ll also be driving on gravel roads to get to the cabin. So if you’re going in the winter time, you may want to drive a 4WD/AWD vehicle.

Ultra stylish interior with a cozy fireplace. Credit: AirBnB

One of the potential downsides to this cabin is that they don’t accept babies, children, or pets. So it’s really just for an adult getaway. But that doesn’t seem to bother people, because the 156 reviews are a 4.99 rating. A former guest named Stephanie had this to say: “Absolutely wonderful place to unwind and unplug. Beautifully updated a frame in a quiet and private location. Deer pass through the yard at dusk every evening. Just over an hour from the metro area makes it an easy drive to an amazing getaway.”

$204 a night

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This home is located in the famous Big Bear, California. Credit: AirBnB

16. Mid Century A Frame in the Pines

Originally built in 1963, this cabin was remodeled in 2021. The 5,000 square foot lot contains 21 pine trees and a wooden fence, which helps keep the sense of privacy on the small property. The house is just 12 minutes away from Snow Summit and Bear Mountain Ski Resort, if you’re visiting in the winter time. And if you’re there in the summer, it’s just a few minutes away from Big Bear Lake where you can hike, ride mountain bikes, etc. There are also loads of restaurants, antique stores, coffee shops, and more in the town of Big Bear, California.

Cozy and stylish interior remodeled for modern convenience. Credit: AirBnB

The house has just 1 bedroom, but they say that up to 4 people can stay, if your friends are okay with sleeping on the sofa. Out of 439 reviews, they still maintain a 4.9 star rating, which is incredibly impressive! Here’s what a former guest named Cassidy had to say: “This has to be one of my favorite Airbnb’s I’ve ever stayed in. So cute & so cozy. It’s all in the details!! Just perfect for me, my boyfriend, & our dog. 100% worth every penny & I look forward to trying out the hosts’ other listings!!”

$232 a night

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Tucked away in the woods, this a frame doesn’t disappoint. Credit: AirBnB

15. Morning Woods A-Frame

Located in Lake Arrowhead, California, the “Morning Woods” A frame is so stylish, it has been featured on Apartment Therapy. It’s very close to Lake Arrowhead, and you just have to buy your own lake passes to enjoy it. The floor-to-ceiling glass windows of the A frame look out onto the woods and you can see a little bit of the lake from the home.

A stunning chandelier and stone fireplace. Credit: AirBnB

The house has 2 bedrooms, and can accommodate up to 4 guests at once. Out of 268 reviews, the rating is still a 4.94 out of 5. Here is what a former guest named Bunrith had to say: “The perfect little cabin for a getaway to lake arrowhead! The host, Giulia was great! She was quick to respond, had awesome tips and easy rules for the house. The cabin is close to the grocery stores and the village with shops 5 mins away right on the lake! We had a memorable birthday for my 2 year old. Definitely recommend the place for a family of 4 or less.”

$245 a night

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Check out the multiple hammock swings underneath this AirBnB. Credit: AirBnB

14. Dunlap Hollow A Frame

Dunlap Hollow is a brand new A frame cabin that was completed in 2021. Located in Rockbridge, Ohio, the house is situated on a property that has several hiking trails. Many of these marked trails have cliffs, caves, waterfalls, an overlook, and more. So you don’t even need to drive anywhere else to find a park for hiking. It has 3 bedrooms, and can fit up to 10 guests at a time.

Incredibly stylish interiors, including a floating fireplace. Credit: AirBnB

Since this is a relatively brand new AirBnB, it only has 44 reviews. But they add up to a score of 4.93 out of 5. Here is what a former guest named Eric had to stay about the location: “Great place! Communication with the host was great. 3rd floor bedroom is a MUST SEE! We had a great time. Can’t say enough about this place. Fireplace, awesome, views out of every room, breathtaking. Beds are very comfortable. Very clean and parking is close. WiFi was a little slow but it got the job done, (kids complaint) I didn’t mind. We were able to make and receive calls. Would definitely recommend.”

$653 a night

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A beautiful a frame cabin on Maurice river. Credit: AirBnB

13. Lokal A Frame Maurice River

This A frame cabin was built by the Lokal Hotel, located in Maurice River, New Jersey. It’s set on 2.5 acres of land in a secluded and rural setting. It would be perfect for someone who’s looking to escape their busy urban life. It even has a private beach front of the Maurice River. Outside, there is a deck with fire pits and a grill. Since you’re right up on the river, you can go kayaking, crabbing, fishing, boating, or hiking in the surrounding woodlands.

The interior of the cabin includes a projector for movie nights. Credit: AirBnB

The cabin has 3 bedrooms, and can accommodate up to 8 guests at a time. Their rating is 4.96 out of 5 stars. Here’s what a former guest named Luke had to say about their stay: “Fantastic place to getaway for a weekend (or more) from Philly. Peaceful, quiet, truly relaxing atmosphere. They really thought of all the small details, from having various types of coffee (+decaf!), the Sonos speakers, the fire starters and charcoal for the grill and the campfire, everything was really well thought out. Plus Courtney is so incredibly responsive and helpful that you can tell they really care about making sure you have everything you need.”

$375 a night

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A stunning night time view of the cabin. Credit: AirBnB

12. A Frame of Mind

Located in Big Bear, California, this A frame cabin is located in a quiet neighborhood. Big Bear is located near a ton of stuff to do, including the zoo, Big Bear Lake, parks for hiking, wildlife preserves, and so much more. But when you’re done exploring the surrounding area, you can come home to the 55” Smart TV in the living room, heated bathroom floors, and a barbecue outside on the back porch.

Cozy cabin living at its finest. Credit: AirBnB

It has 2 bedrooms, and can fit up to 6 guests at a time. With a 4.97 out of 5 rating, you can’t go wrong with this rental. Here’s what a former guest Lea had to say, “This was a great place to spend a weekend! We were very comfortable and felt like we had everything we needed. It was clean and had all the extra odds and ends that were super helpful. We appreciated the hair dryer and the shampoos and lotions, as well as what we needed to prepare a few meals. It was very close to everything we planned to do-a great location, but just far enough off the beaten path to feel secluded and peaceful! Would definitely recommend this cozy cabin for a family of about 3-5 people.”

$177 a night

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The blue and red door cabins sitting side-by-side. Credit: AirBnB

11. Salted Roots Blue Door A Frame Cabin

If you’re considering traveling to Seward, Alaska, why not try staying in this brand new A Frame cabin? Construction was completed in March of 2020, and the result is absolutely stunning. It has 2 bedrooms, and can fix a maximum of 6 guests. From the house, you have a view of Resurrection Bay, and it’s beachfront property of Lowell Point. In the summertime, you can enjoy the old growth spruce forest’s blueberries, fiddleheads, and fireweed. They call it “remote without being remote”, which means you’re not too far from grocery stores and any amenities you may need.

The interior view of the blue door a frame cabin. Credit: AirBnB


Keep in mind that there are other cabins on this property, which is why this one is called the “blue door”! According to previous guests, this stay is a 4.98 out of 5 stars. A former guest, David, had this to say: “We really loved this place and will look to book it again when we are in the mood for another Anchorage get-away. The experience really was truly exceptional. The decor is tasteful and stylish, the place is cozy and welcoming,… we don’t even have any ‘constructive criticism’ The sauna was especially nice. What an amazing place this is!”

$293 a night

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The stunning Rora Haus. Credit: AirBnB

10. Röra Haus – A Modern, Mountain A Frame

Röra Haus is located in the Valley High community of Garden Valley, Idaho. It’s a great place to relax, but you are also just a few minutes away from the town of Crouch, which has a grocery store, outdoor theater, and shopping. It’s also just a few minutes from Terrace Lakes Golf Course, the Payette River, and several biking and hiking trails.

Amazing interior design with mid century modern and bohemian flare. Credit: AirBnB

This has 2 bedrooms and can fit up to 6 guests at a time. It has a rating of 4.97 out of 5, and seems to be a big hit among people who have stayed there. Here is what one former guest Melissa had to say: “Well designed home with everything provided to enjoy an unforgettable experience! It’s the ‘out of town’ mountain getaway that’s far enough in the mountains for peace and quiet, but close enough to the quaint town of Crouch to pick up anything you may have forgotten. Super clean, well stocked, aesthetically pleasing and family friendly.”

$207 a night

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Check out the stunning views from the jacuzzi of this AirBnB. Credit: AirBnB

9. High Point Hideaway

Located in Breckenridge, Colorado, this A Frame cabin was originally built in the 1970’s. The owners of this house were originally renting the property. So they’ve thought out exactly what needed to be updated the most, like new floors, heating, quartz countertop, and more. The outside has a porch with a barbecue, hot tub, and stunning views of the surrounding forest.

This rental has everything you could need for a comfortable stay. Credit: AirBnB

This home has 3 bedrooms and can accommodate up to 6 guests. It has a 4.98 out of 5 star rating, which means it’s practically perfect! Here’s what a former guest Abby had to say, “This was a gem of a find for our family ski trip. This cozy a-frame cabin, nestled in the pine trees with a view of the mountains, was just what we were looking for. A five minute drive to the gondola made it easy to access the ski scene, but we enjoyed retreating to this quiet property away from the crowds, to relax in the hot tub under the stars at the end of the day. I highly recommend it!”

$673 a night

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This AirBnB has been featured in both Dwell and Sunset magazines. Credit: AirBnB

8. The Whiskey Ridge Chalet

This Whiskey Ridge Chalet is located in Big Bear, California. It’s designed so beautifully that it has been featured in both Dwell and Sunset magazines. The house is 3 minutes away from Alpine Zoo, close to Big Bear mountain Ski Resort, Big Bear Lake, and The Village. There are also loads of hiking trails nearby. On the rear deck, you can find a propane barbecue and beautiful pins in the backyard.

The interior of this cabin is absolutely stunning. Credit: AirBnB

This AirBnB has a rating of 4.77 out of 5 stars. Here is what a former guest named Cold has to say, “Stayed for an anniversary trip and everything went amazing. Check in was super easy and seamless and it was great to see how nicely stocked the house is. The board games were definitely a highlight for us, as well as the beautiful fireplace. The house definitely transforms overnight when we’re surprised with almost a foot of snow, it’s much better in person than the pictures. Amazing place to visit for a couples trip or even with the kids, you feel at home as soon as you walk in.”


$399 a night

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The artist’s a frame. Credit: AirBnB

7. The Artist’s A-Frame

This newly remodeled A frame home in Madison, Indiana is just a few minutes away from Clifty Falls State Park. There is also a historic downtown and a shopping district just 5 minutes away. This home offers 2 bedrooms for up to 4 guests. You’re allowed to enjoy the main floor of the house, but the upstairs and garage are off-limits to guests.

A beautiful interior with a stone fireplace. Credit: AirBnB

With nearly a perfect score of 4.99 out of 5 stars, you really can’t get much better than this. Here’s what a former guest named Alex had to say; “This place is one of our favorites. We like the quiet neighborhood and close to everything to see and visit in Madison. Very clean and has everything if we want to prepare our own meal. Matt and Linda are very nice and quick to respond. Thank you”

$112 a night

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A treehouse a frame house. Credit: AirBnB

6. The Treeframe Cabin

Did you have a treehouse as a kid? This cabin in Index, Washington, is an adult version of that. It’s elevated 13 feet off the ground in-between 4 evergreen trees. Inside, you’ll find luxurious upgrades with everything you could ever need in the 1 bed 1 bath cabin. Outside, you can enjoy the lovely hot tub in the middle of the forest.

The front of this house is all glass. Credit: AirBnB

This AirBnB has achieved the rare 5-star rating from 60 guests. One of the guests, Jake, said, “Nick was an amazing host! My girlfriend & I felt right at home. The property was phenomenal and so gorgeous. We absolutely loved the hot tub and walking down to the river. Can’t wait to come back soon.”

$475 a night

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A cute a frame cabin in the middle of the woods. Credit: AirBnB

5. The Modern A

This tiny studio-sized a frame is a bite sized version of what you’ve seen so far on this list. Located in Marble Falls, Texas, this 1 bed 1 bath cabin can fit a maximum of 3 people. They do not have a full kitchen, but there is a barbecue outside if you want to cook a meal. It truly is a “glamping” experience.

Small accommodations with a sleeping loft. Credit: AirBnB

Here is what a guest named Joshua had to say, “A wonderful little getaway spot if you want to escape life and be close enough to a town and city. The host is wonderful at communication and great at hospitality. Also there are some beautiful and healthy chickens that roam the property!”

$106 a night

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An A Frame cabin with a wrap-around porch. Credit: AirBnB

4. A Frame Chalet

Located in Swanton, Maryland, this cabin is set at the end of the road in a private community called Sky Valley. So you get the luxury of staying in a private lake community in peace and quiet. You can enjoy all of the amenities of the lake like the sandy beach, picnic area, basketball court, playground, and sledding trails. It’s also very close to Deep Creek State Park. The house has 3 bedrooms, and can keep up to 8 guests at once. The interior is absolutely stunning with its design, and the exterior includes a gas fire pit and a hot tub.

The interior decoration of this home is beautiful. Credit: AirBnB

This AirBnB has a score of 4.67 out of 5 stars. One of the former guests, Erin, had this to say: “This place is just as cute as the pics show and the hot tub in the evening is wonderful with the deck lights! We enjoyed s’mores in the fire pit and hiking nearby. House was nice and warm when it was cold but keep in mind no AC so during one unusually warm day it was a bit warm but opening the doors helped. Kids loved the swings upstairs and the tv and games. Keep in mind stores and restaurants are not super close(about 20/25 mins away) so we would have brought more groceries to begin with that in mind. Great place for families!”

$315 a night

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The beautiful Evergreen Cabin. Credit: AirBnB

3. The A-Frame at Evergreen Cabins

The Evergreen Cabins of Remsen, New York is a stunning 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom A-frame cabin. There is a lake across the street from the house, and it’s also near snowmobile trials if you plan to go there in the winter time.

The spiral staircase leads you up to the bedroom. Credit: AirBnB

This AirBnB has a rating of 4.96 out of 5. One of the guests, Kaitlyn, said, “We just got back home from spending two nights at the A-frame and had the MOST amazing time. I can’t say enough good things about how beautiful this space was. There was a handwritten note welcoming us! I was in awe when we opened the door. There was a bear rug, tons of fun games already there, just super cozy cabin vibes that you dream of… Then the spiral staircase, the little loft above the bed area, the TV you can watch while LAYING in the bed, all of it.”

$383 a night

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This gorgeous black a frame is close to Lake Hartwell. Credit: AirBnB

2. Hey Frame: Modern Cabin on Lake Hartwell

The “Hey Frame” cabin is located in Lavonia, Georgia. It’s a newly built lakefront property with a private dock. Get ready for watching amazing sunrises and sunsets with your cups of coffee or hot cocoa. In the summertime, you can go swimming, kayaking, or paddle boarding right off the back dock. The interior has a beautiful kitchen that has everything you need to cook from home, and it’s also fully stocked with board games for cozy nights in.

There’s plenty of natural sunlight pouring through this AirBnB. Credit: AirBnB

There are 3 bedrooms, which can accommodate up to 6 guests. It has earned a perfect 5 star rating. Here is what a guest named Christina had to say, “Our group of friends could not have asked for a more perfect space to spend some leisurely, dreamy time together. The A-Frame itself is a marvel and there are even a couple of books on hand to assist in fully appreciating the history and design. The dock was perfect for reading all day and occasionally braving the cold water. We cannot wait to return to this cozy escape.”

$345 a night

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Tye House studded with lights in the winter time. Credit: AirBnB

1. Tye Haus

Tye Haus is a part of a private community called Timber Lane Village, which is just a few minutes away from Steven’s Pass Ski Resort. It’s located in Skykomish, Washington, which also has some beautiful hiking spots if you happen to visit in the spring or summer. There is even a trail that leads to a private community beach on the South Fork of the Skykomish. The house is 1,100 square feet, and has just 1 bedroom. So it would be the most comfortable with two guests, but they offer accommodations for a maximum of 4. Along with everything going on in nature, the house also has modern amenities like WiFi and a Smart TV.

The living room of this cozy cabin. Credit: AirBnB

This AirBnB has a rating of 4.85 out of 5 stars. Here’s what one guest BLANK had to say, “ADORABLE!! The cabin was very easy to locate, access was simple, ample parking. The interior design was super cute and well thought out with perfect little details. Plenty of blankets, pillows, towels and household needs. They graciously stocked olive oil, salt, pepper, spices, coffee, tea, etc. Hot tub was hot and ready to go upon arrival! All in all, this is a magical spot, especially in the winter when there’s feet of snow on the ground and the fireplace is on! Especially high rating because it’s dog friendly! We really enjoyed our stay!”

$401 a night

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