13 A-Frame Cabin Rentals for Mountain Vacations

There’s nothing like a Single Airbnb to make us want to go on vacation. What if it’s in a delicious shape like an A-frame? All the best. This fall, we’re planning our getaway to the mountains where A-frame cabin rentals — large, small, and downright tiny – dot the landscape, and we found some of the dreamiest across the country. Whether you’re checking out the leaves or booking a ski weekend, you’ll want the 13 A-frame cabins below on your radar.

Hudson Valley Lake House

An hour and a half north of New York City, this light and airy A-frame is surrounded by towering fir trees and overlooks a lake. With one bedroom and a sofa bed, it is perfect for a couple or a family of four.

Ohio A-Frame Cabins

Ohio Woods A-Frame

Ideal for large groups, this newly remodeled A-frame in Rockbridge, Ohio has three bedrooms and sleeps up to 10 people. Hike the nearby trails and warm up by the hanging fireplace or outdoor fire pit and hot tub.

Michigan Riverside Cabin

Michigan Riverside Cabin

An open floor plan allows this A-frame on the banks of Michigan’s Sturgeon River to feel more spacious than it looks. The serene escape features two bedrooms (one bedroom, one loft), a riverside deck, and a fire pit.

California Mountain A-Frame

Southern California Mountain Cabin

Ninety minutes east of Los Angeles, you’ll find this mid-century dream perched atop a hill halfway between Big Bear and Lake Arrowhead. Floor-to-ceiling windows in both bedrooms offer stunning views of the surrounding San Bernardino mountains and valley.

montana a frame cabins

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Mini Montana A-Frame

Sojourn under the big Montana skies inside this bright A-frame located in the Helena National Forest. It is part of a pair that can be rented together – one has a queen-size bed and the other has two twin beds – making it perfect for a family. Although tiny, the carefully designed cabins maximize every square inch of space.

Treehouse A-frame Cabin, Cascade Mountains

Waterfalls Treehouse

Perched 13 feet above the ground amid Washington State evergreens, this modern treehouse features a bedroom with a king-size bed, a two-person hot tub, and giant skylights that let in the light. Access to the North Fork Skykomish River is steps away.

A-frame near Colorado National Forest

Colorado Cabin

Hygge vibes are strong at this Rocky Mountain cottage that features two bedrooms, two decks, a steam spa, and a fireplace. It sits on 3.5 acres backing onto the national forest, which you can access via a private trail.

u200bPoconos A-Frame

Hideout in the Poconos

Nestled among the trees of Pennsylvania’s Pocono Mountains, this newly remodeled mid-century A-frame is just steps from two lakes. It sleeps up to six people in three bedrooms and is located in a gated community that has a tennis court, mini-golf and two swimming pools, all of which guests have access to.

Utah Desert A-Frame

Utah Desert Cabin

Go glamping in the high desert at this outdoor A-frame 45 minutes from Zion National Park. The bedroom opens onto a deck with an outdoor kitchen that offers stunning views of the South Zion Mountains in Utah.

minnesota scandinavian a frame cabin

Minnesota Scandinavian

Located near Snake River, 90 minutes north of the Twin Cities, this sustainably rehabilitated A-frame is an extension of Minneapolis’ vintage home store Arlee Park. It can accommodate up to four people in two bedrooms.

North Carolina A-Frame

Cozy Appalachian cabin

Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, this charming cabin seems straight out of a fairy tale. The two-bedroom A-frame is filled with wooden furniture, lots of neutrals, and folk art.

Idaho A-frame near Boise National Forest

Idaho Mountain Getaway

Located near the Boise National Forest, this three bedroom is a modern mountain getaway. The exterior has two patios and a fire pit, and it’s minutes from hiking and biking trails, an outdoor theater, and the Payette River.

u200bTexas Hill Country Treehouse

Texas Treehouse

Located just three feet off the ground but on a steep bank of Palo Alto Creek, this one-bedroom getaway is surrounded by the living oaks and sycamores of the Texas Hill Country. The bright, airy and well-appointed space will make you rethink what a tree house can be.

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