Log cabin rentals are one of the best ways to take a vacation. Not only do you have all the comforts of home, you get to spend time in a rustic, scenic log home setting in a beautiful natural location. Plus, there are log cabins for rent in nearly every area of the country, so you don’t have to limit your fun to your time in the cabin.
Whether you’re looking for a pet-friendly log home rental in Gatlinburg, TN or a romantic honeymoon cabin rental; whether you want to cozy up to a crackling fire on a snowy night in Vermont or roam the mountain trails while staying in a log cabin in Wyoming;whether you are after whitewater thrills or mountain biking in the Smoky Mountains, there is a log cabin waiting for you to rent now.
You can have an active workout on your vacation with a full schedule of rugged extreme sports, or a relaxed get-away with every meal out and nothing more on your to-do list than reading books.
You can stay just overnight as you pass through; book a couple of nights for a romantic weekend; make a week-long visit for the family vacation, or pursue a longer in-depth exploration of an area. Log home rentals are easy to arrange and add that extra element of adventure and history.
Maybe you’re interested in building your own log home but aren’t sure about what size to build, what log styles are available to use, the design of your log home, even details like a wood-burning vs. propane fireplace.
Maybe you have questions like, “Is wide-plank flooring durable enough for an entryway?” or “What is the best landscaping for log homes?” Renting a log cabin is the perfect way to “try before you buy.” It gives you a chance to check out some ideas, see what other people are doing and snoop around somebody else's log home before you finalize your own plans.
Airbnb is a great resource to check for cabin rentals in different areas of the country. You can set the filters to various prices and number of people and check out all the details with great pictures.
If you sign up for a rental using the Log Cabin Connection Airbnb link you get $30 credit, and LCC gets $30 credit.
If you have a log home that you don't use full-time, you should consider earning some income to cover expenses with cabin vacation rentals. You can recoup some of your investment by renting your cabin to other vacationers. An investment log cabin can offer a solid return on investment.
Airbnb is also a great resource to check for cabin rental rates and to scope out what amenities are offered by other log home vacation rentals.
If you sign up as a host using the Log Cabin Connection Airbnb link you get $30 credit, and LCC gets $75 credit.
Log cabin rentals are a great way to add some adventure to your vacation without sacrificing any of the modern comforts.