Our Favorite Winter Cabin Vacations on the East Coast

By Hayley Donigan


Winter is the time of year where you actually have the excuse to stay inside where it’s warm and cozy. After all, what could be better than curling up by a fireplace with a good book or cracking out your snuggly flannel sheets? Staying indoors doesn’t mean you have to stay out of nature, however—there is a huge selection of glamping sites that cater to those who love the comforts of home and still have wilderness views to die for.

Our favorite winter cabin vacations on the East Coast all showcase the beauty of this region’s wilderness as it settles into the magical colder months. They range from rustic to modern, and each accommodation has cozy features that set the scene for an intimate nature getaway. Want a wood-burning fireplace or a dreamy above-bed skylight? You got it.

Private Eco-Cabin Tucked Away in the Maine Wilderness


This solar-powered cabin will definitely keep your toes warm. It has a wood stove and plenty of firewood, and glampers can enjoy a good mug of coffee or tea using the French press or tea pot.

Rustic Creekside Cabin on 100-Acre Forest near Letchworth Park, New York


Surrounded by trees, waterfalls, and streams, you will have no problem forgetting about reality in this charming creekside cabin. It’s great for those who want to get outside but are worried about the cold because it has a fantastic outdoor fire pit.

Serene Cottage Nestled into Woodstock, New York


The eclectic atmosphere of Woodstock is sure to inspire you as you sleep in this peaceful cottage rental in New York. You can gaze up at the stars through the skylights as you fall asleep, and you can spend your evenings enjoying the inviting warmth of the fireplace.

Charming Cabin in the Woods near Woodstock, New York


This tranquil cabin is for true nature-lovers because it’s located deep in a forest in Upstate New York. It’s completely insulated and heated, but it also has a simple interior to keep your focus on the wintery nature surrounding you.

If you love the idea of getting cozy glamping-style this winter, then be sure to share this post with your friends and family who might want to too.