From remote mountain getaways to tranquil lakeside retreats, the world is full of amazing cabins.

Whether you’re an adventurer or you just want some quiet time, these 13 cabins are more than just places to crash-they’re doorways to unforgettable experiences. Click or scroll to discover some of the coolest cabins on the planet!

Modern Designer Cabin, British Columbia, Canada

Tucked away in the Canadian Rockies, this stylish house by Form and Forest boasts a gorgeous living room with a high ceiling, large windows, a log-burning stove, as well as a dining room, and a designer kitchen.


Despite its remote setting, it feels more like a grand mansion than a typical forest escape. Its bedroom is large enough for eight guests with two queen-size bedrooms and a sleeping loft.

Evergreen Cabin, Sussex, UK

The Evergreen Cabin was built from recycled materials and shipping containers. While it’s designed to be Eco-friendly, it still maintains a very stylish outlook.

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This cabin is powered by solar panels, while inside, there’s a comfy lounge, kitchen, and dining area downstairs. The two rooms have big windows with great woodland views. Outside, there’s a deck with pretty lights, perfect for dining, chilling by the fire pit, and relaxing in the hot tub.

Beehive Cabin, Texas, USA

Beautiful scenery and design set this cabin apart. From its three interconnected, hexagon-shaped pods that seem to balance on top of one another to its deluxe living space, this cabin has it all.

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Yet, the best part of the honey hive has to be its dreamy bedroom on the top floor. It has an exotic sitting area and a comfy nook that has a large mattress and soft duvet. A honeycomb-shaped window adds a romantic touch and offers a good view of its amazing scenery.

Jude Cabin, South Australia, Australia

This majestic cabin took its name from its mother, Jude. This cozy retreat was built by CABN. It offers a chance to disconnect from the digital world and truly connect with nature.

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Inside, Jude is modern and minimalist. It features timber walls and a king-sized bed. A log-burning stove keeps you warm, and outside, there’s a private fire pit for cool evenings. With its off-grid location, guests might even spot kangaroos and koalas through the cabin’s large windows.

Varden Cabin, Hammerfest, Norway

Resembling a natural rock formation, this cabin near Hammerfest, Norway, is actually a clever design by SPINN Arkitekter and FORMAT Engineers.

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Made of 77 timber panels, it’s resistant to harsh winds and blizzards. Inside, the cozy space has wooden benches and simple decor. Its only downside is that it has no electricity so hikers have to rely on wood stoves and lanterns for light.

The Reservoir Pod, Cape Town, South Africa

The reserve pod is located in picturesque Hout Bay, South Africa. It measures just 156 Square feet and was built from reclaimed pine and charred timber.

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It has a small but functional kitchen, a bathroom, and an office desk. It also boasts a spacious queen-sized bedroom which couples would very much. The bedroom is connected to an outdoor deck by foldable glass doors.

Cozy log cabin, Scottish Highlands, UK

The Eagle Brae is situated in the majestic Scottish Highlands, between the Glens of Affric and Strathfarrar. It is fully sustainable and was custom-made using Western Red Cedar. It also boasts a grass roof that allows it to seamlessly blend into its gorgeous rural setting.

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The off-grid cabin also known as Paris boasts an open-plan living area, a dining space, and a kitchen. The mezzanine floor has a mezzanine floor with cozy bed pods, an office space, and a double bedroom.

Skylark Cabin, Canterbury, New Zealand

Located near Ben Ohau mountain in Canterbury, New Zealand, Skylark Cabin is proof of the beauty of simple timber structures. It was designed by architect Barry Connor and spans 538 square feet. Its interior finishing features contrasting light beech plywood with black-edged detailing.

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Inside, there’s a living area, kitchen, dining space, bedroom, and bathroom. There’s a viewing window in the bedroom that allows the lucky occupant to wonder at the famous stars found inside the protected Aoraki Mackenzie International Dark Sky Reserve.

Prairie Treehouse, California, USA

This eco-friendly cabin is elevated off the ground but can be accessed 50-foot bridge, which leads to a floating open deck that’s perfect for soaking up the forest scenery. It was built in a factory and shipped to the site.

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Inside, the sustainable structure was curated to make the most of the view. Floor-to-ceiling windows and ample skylights allow a good view of the skies from almost any space while allowing light inside. It also has a reading nook, a fold-out bed, and a composting toilet.

Ufogel, Nussdorf, Austria

Ufogel is an open-plan holiday home made almost entirely from larch wood and spans just over 480 Square feet. It has large windows that offer a good view of the Lienz Dolomites. The curved timber structure is covered in traditional shingles for a warm interior.

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It is equipped with underfloor heating, a wood stove, and air conditioning, it’s perfect year-round. The bedroom area features two beds separated by a screen to give a little privacy.

Pleasant Bay Lookout, Washington, USA

Perched amidst the forest with a view of the Salish Sea, Pleasant Bay Lookout offers more than meets the eye. Though just one room, its back wall is entirely glass, framing breathtaking ocean vistas.

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Listed on Airbnb, it sacrifices some comfort-the bathroom is a short walk away-but offers peace and nature immersion. Inside, cozy recliners and a convertible sofa bed await amid timber-clad ceilings and abundant natural light.

Coastal Cabin, Navidad, Chile

Built from reclaimed oak, La Loica, a coastal cabin in Navidad, Chile, sits 262 feet above the Pacific Ocean. Designed by Croxatto and Opazo Architects, it blends into its surroundings and is treated to withstand marine corrosion.

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The cabin has a lookout tower appearance and is built to reduce environmental impact with compact stacked cubes. Supported by pressure-treated wood, it’s protected from winds. Inside, large windows offer stunning ocean views, and recycled wood decor creates a cozy feel.

Mirror House, Quebec, Canada

In the heart of Charlevoix Forest, Quebec, the Mirror House blends seamlessly into its surroundings with a 40-foot mirrored window. This cozy retreat offers an open-plan living area, queen and bunk bedrooms, and luxurious amenities like a walk-in shower and heated floors.

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Even with its small size, it can house up to six guests. Its log-burning stove provides warmth and floor-to-ceiling windows give a good view of the terrain outside.