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Top-rated cabins for rent in Ithaca

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Cabin in Erin
Unique Country GuestHouse
A unique country GuestHouse artistically renovated from a repurposed insulated tractor trailer. Brilliantly designed to maximize space for a bedroom with a queen bed, desk area, and plenty of closet space. Full bathroom, fully equipped kitchen, eating and lounging area, and comfy loft with a sleeper sofa. The spacious sunny deck and shady patio bring your rental experience more outside. Private, quiet woodland setting under dark night skies. Wifi. Hepa filter air cleaner. Woodland trails.
$175 per night
Cabin in Brooktondale
Aframe Retreat, Get away without getting far away
Dreamy A-frame tucked away on 5 acres of woodland. Lots of peace and quiet in tranquil lofted areas for yoga, meditation, reading, and writing. Rustic worldly home features wood stove for coziness. Large deck is perfect for outdoor moments. Hop in the car for a local brew at Brookton Market. Just minutes away from the Shindagin Hollow State Forest, a mountain biking mecca. This retreat is a great launching point for skiing, lake adventures, and wine country. check us on insta: aframe_retreat
$140 per night
Cabin in Lodi
Pet friendly cabin w/ private hot tub & bkfst!
Cedar Cabin is the pet-friendliest of a trio of pet-friendly cabins in the Finger Lakes. Cedar Cabin is the only cabin in the Finger Lakes with a fenced in backyard for your dog(s)! This cabin has a full kitchen, including dishwasher, a bathtub and separate shower, air conditioning and private hot tub. It is a 1BR cabin with a queen sized bed and a full-sized pullout queen sofa bed. Cedar Cabin is distinctly decorated with a wine barrel theme. Check-in is a breeze and you'll notice that you
$132 per night

Stay near Ithaca's top sights

Photo of Cornell University
Cornell University143 locals recommend
Photo of Ithaca Commons
Ithaca Commons156 locals recommend
Photo of Ithaca Farmers Market
Ithaca Farmers Market266 locals recommend
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Wegmans143 locals recommend
Photo of Ithaca Falls Natural Area
Ithaca Falls Natural Area157 locals recommend
Photo of Cascadilla Gorge Trail
Cascadilla Gorge Trail128 locals recommend

Cottages near Ithaca

Cottage in Ithaca
Renovated 1B/1BA Home Near Cornell, IC & Downtown!
$90 per night
Cottage in Downtown Ithaca
Renovated and Charming Carriage House
$185 per night
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The Timber Garden Cottage
$143 per night
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The Rhodie House
$150 per night
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Hawthorne Cottage -South Hill- Entire Home!
$195 per night
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Upper Bunk - ADA accessible suite at New Park Even
$132 per night
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Quaint Cayuga Lake Cottage
$120 per night
Private room in Ithaca
cozy cottage on artsy compound
$60 per night
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Park & Parlour Suites at New Park
$199 per night
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Enjoy Cottage Life on Cayuga Lake
$500 per night
Cottage in Lansing
The Cottage: Cozy one bedroom in Lansing NY
$137 per night
Cottage in Ulysses
Euphoria 2 Bedroom on the Lake
$285 per night

Cabins with jacuzzis in Ithaca

Cabin in Lodi
Pet-friendly cabin with hot tub and bkfst!
$110 per night
Cabin in Freeville
Mountain Queen Cabin near Greek Peak Ski Resort
$173 per night
Cabin in Burdett
FLX Cabin Cottage
$425 per night
Cabin in Lodi
Entire campground with 3 cabins
$529 per night

Cottage rentals with jacuzzis in Ithaca

Cottage in Interlaken
$232 per night
Cottage in Ithaca
Beautiful Cayuga Lakehouse weekly rentals July Aug
$350 per night
Cottage in Homer
Little York’s Lakeside Chalet
$335 per night
Cottage in Alpine
Cheerful 5-bedroom log cabin cottage with hot tub
$650 per night
Cottage in Lansing
Lake House Beauty in Lansing
$800 per night

Your guide to Ithaca

All About Ithaca

Located on the tip of Cayuga Lake in the Finger Lakes region of New York State, Ithaca is a bustling college town. Its streets are lined with unique shops and busy eateries, and you’ll see students rushing by the colorful brick buildings of the Ithaca Commons to get to their next class. Ithaca has a number of notable museums, including the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, which was designed by a world-renowned architect, and the interactive Sciencenter, which engages visitors of all ages.

The surrounding area is famous for its beautiful lakes and the towering Taughannock Falls — which can be accessed by a relatively short hike through the state park — and its wine region, home to more than 400 wineries. For a bird’s-eye view of the area’s gorgeous scenery, you can head to the Cayuga Nature Center, which features a six-story treehouse that offers sweeping views of the Finger Lakes region.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Ithaca?

Thanks to the vibrant student life and outdoor attractions, Ithaca is a great place to visit all year round — so long as you pack for the seasons. The town is bustling during the fall, as students come back to school after summer break. The Ithaca Apple Harvest Festival, held in late September or early October, features a range of musical events and apple-themed treats like cider and apple doughnuts against a backdrop of beautiful fall foliage. Just note when securing your vacation rental in Ithaca that autumn is a very popular time to visit the Finger Lakes area, especially on the weekends.

During the winter, the city quiets down as the temperature drops —bringing with it rain, sleet, snow, and gray skies — and students head home for the holidays. The snow can last through April, and chilly temperatures often linger through May. In the spring, the flowers begin to bloom as the weather slowly warms up. Summer brings hot, sunny days that are perfect for visiting the nearby natural attractions or taking a swim in the lake.

What are the top things to do in Ithaca?

Ithaca Commons

This four-block, pedestrian-only section of town is Ithaca’s cultural hub. The streets are overflowing with trendy boutiques and a seemingly endless array of eateries. The alleyways are full of street art where buskers often perform, and the area is full of students hanging out with friends all hours of the day.

Taughannock Falls State Park

These magnificent falls, plunging 215 feet over a rocky cliff into the gorge below, have one of the biggest drops east of the Rocky Mountains. The nearby park offers miles of hiking trails, including the three-quarter-mile Gorge Trail, which starts at the base of the falls and offers easy access to the beautiful Cayuga Lake.

Cayuga Lake

As the longest of the Finger Lakes, Cayuga offers the perfect spot for kayaking, swimming, or paddleboarding, followed by a meal at one of the many lakefront restaurants. Anglers flock here to catch trout, bass, and crappie. Take an eco boat tour or a sunset boat tour to make the most of your visit to the lake.

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