New England Area Named Among The Best Cabin Spots In America
There is something instantly relaxing about staying in a cabin. They are typically in a quiet and serene setting covered by nature. Cabin Life recently published the 10 best cabin destinations in the country and a New England spot made the list.
“Cabin getaways can satisfy the needs and wants of both outdoor lovers and luxury travelers,” they said. Opting for a cabin provides you with the luxury of not having to pack or pitch a tent. In addition, most come with the comfort of your own bathroom, small dining area, and lounge space in case of rain. Of course that comes at a price as cabin life is certainly more expensive than bringing your own tent. And, cabins in some cases also allow you to settle down in outdoor locations that can’t always accommodate a tent.
When you envision arriving at a cabin, you most likely picture a brown log wood-like exterior filled with bunk beds and a small porch area. It can be situated along a lake or on the peak of a mountain. Regardless, there is a stillness to the environment. Your next few days will then be filled with lake swims, hikes, skiing, grilling, smores, or maybe just reading a book inside. Whatever you choose, your cabin is the haven that enables all of those memorable activities that are synonymous with the escape.
The New England area named among the best cabin destinations happens to be in Vermont. It enables you to enjoy the “ski capital of East” in the Winter, and the tree-laced hiking trails in the summer.
“A charming town nestled at the foot of Mount Mansfield in northern Vermont,” is how Cabin Life describes Stowe. This area offers standalone cabins that spill out right onto the mountain range, or cabin-style hotels. Stowe Country Homes can guide you through cabin rentals of various kinds. They describe the local cabin-life to be filled with “warm and inviting elements, such as alpine-themed décor, stone fireplaces, hardwood floors adorned in cushy rugs, and details of knotty pine, accentuate the nostalgic and dream-like atmosphere.”
Stowe’s first settlers go back to 1793. Since then, their ski mountain has become the most popular in the northeast. In addition to the 117 different ski trails, there are gondola rides to enjoy on the off-season and warmer months as well. All of this is accessible when staying in one of the many cabin destinations.