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Call me biased, but I don’t think there’s any destination quite like Vermont. And when it comes to amazing places to visit in New England, Vermont is always the first one I recommend.
Why? Simply because it is a beautiful, peaceful, unique little state with so much to enjoy.
We’ve got lots of information on the site to convince you of WHY you need to visit Vermont, and all the things there are to do here. But if you’re already convinced and just looking for an AWESOME place to stay: this is the post you’ll want to read: 8 adorable Airbnbs in Vermont.
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For some, a real getaway involves totally unplugging. This could mean leaving your cell phone and laptop at home, or it could mean heading to an off-the-grid cabin in Vermont’s Green Mountains. If that sounds like bliss, this property is precisely what you’re looking for.
This Vermont AirBnb is nestled away in the woods on 20 acres. There’s plenty to explore in the immediate region and a bit further afield. The cabin is just minutes away from hiking, swimming, skiing, golf, and more, including Vermont’s Long Trail.
On AirBnb cabins are really popular, but not everyone will be interested in the off-grid lifestyle. This place is suited to only the most adventurous and intrepid travelers who really want to have a getaway in nature.
A solar shower, propane cookstove, and a wood stove will take care of your basic needs. The cabin is rustic but beautiful, and honestly, we’re pretty sure we want to book this place ASAP!
This stunning log treehouse in Vermont is New England glamping at its best. This space is designed as pristine and serene and it looks absolutely wonderful.
You’ll get the opportunity to connect with nature while staying in a one-of-a-kind property. Two guests can cozy up in this New England Airbnb.
Vermont Schoolhouse Farm Cottage with Sauna + Hot Tub – Shaftsbury, VT
Want to do some glamping in New England?
Located in pretty Southern Vermont, you genuinely cannot go wrong with this magazine-worthy AirBnb. A newly-renovated, historic schoolhouse overlooks the host’s sprawling organic farm (how quintessentially Vermont is that?) With lovely views, a hot tub, and a panoramic barrel sauna that gives off some serious Hobbit house vibes, this place looks incredible.
Lakefront home w/ water access- Burlington, VT
Speaking of lakefront homes, if you’re traveling to Burlington, a stay on or near the water is sure to make your experience extra memorable. Lake Champlain is absolutely gorgeous, and such a gem of the Burlington area.
Here’s another lakefront property that can accommodate up to 8 guests. This Burlington lakefront Airbnb is technically located in Colchester, just north of Burlington. It’s right off the waterfront bike path, which is definitely a bonus if you’re into cycling, or if you enjoy an evening walk along a beautiful shoreline.
There’s so much to love about this property, and I think it would make an amazing family retreat. There is a foosball table for the kids, a private deck/patio with grill where everyone can enjoy the lakeviews, and many other amenities. Check it out for sure.
Magical Cozy Vermont Cabin – Marshfield, Vermont
Are you looking for an Instagram worthy Vermont cabin rental? Hi, you’ve found it. This place is beyond cool.
Not only is it a stunning Nordic inspired cabin, but there’s a nearby sauna for you to use as well. This Airbnb is situated approximately half an hour from Montpelier, Vermont’s quaint and quirky capital city. But it is in a secluded woodsy area that will feel like wilderness.
You’ll be experiencing a sense of hygge in this cabin, which the owner describes as a “rustic romantic hobo hideaway.” With virtually zero light pollution in this part of Vermont, you’ll have stunning stargazing opportunities. Nicely furnished this place looks super cozy, but definitely a rustic getaway. Check it out!
Old Mansfield Homestead – Stowe, VT
Step back in time at this historic property in beautiful Stowe!
You will enjoy a private room in a 200-year old restored Vermont farmhouse. Filled with antiques, charms, and 2 sweet resident felines, you’ll have your own bedroom and 1/2 bath in this amazing home, but access to the common areas as well.
Outdoor adventures like waterfalls, hiking, and cross-country ski trails are right out the back door of this Stowe Airbnb, which is situated very close to Stowe Mountain Resort.
Villino Totemsin (Totem Villa) – Fairlee, Vermont
Finally, consider staying in a Vermont Airbnb that’s been featured in Boston Magazine! This incredible timber-framed home, partially designed by a famous architect, might be one of the coolest places to stay in all of Vermont.
With massive windows, a Finnish steam sauna, and 2 stone fireplaces, that’s just the start of all that you’ll enjoy at this unique, magical property.
Fairlee is just over the border from New Hampshire, so it’s a convenient location, although you may not want to leave this hidden gem. Be sure to read the whole listing on Airbnb as there are many important details to know before booking.
Do you want to be in the ideal location between the Green Mountain National Forest and the Champlain Valley? This classic log cabin is exactly what you want. Not only is it in a very convenient spot close to the town of Middlebury, it’s also incredibly cute inside.
Located on a farm, you might be surprised with some special gifts from the hosts (such as fresh eggs and maple syrup). In the colder months, cozy up to the gas fireplace with a book and some wine, and in warmer seasons, enjoy the grounds surrounding the cabin.
Read these next:
- 50 Things to Do in Vermont: Your Essential Vermont Travel Guide
- 20+ Best AirBnbs in New England: Treehouses, Cabins, & More
- 14 Cozy Cabins in Vermont: Perfect for a New England Getaway
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Amy is the founder of New England with love. A proud Vermonter, she hopes to share her love of New England and help you find the best adventures in the region. Amy is also blogger/founder at Two Drifters, where she blogs alongside her husband about romantic and couples travel, relationships, honeymoons, and more. When not working on websites, Amy is probably reading, cuddling with her husband and cat, & drinking a maple latte.