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Cabins in Massachusetts

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Top-rated cabins in Massachusetts

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Cabin in North Adams
Mahican Cabin - A Private Nature's Reserve For 2
The Mahican Cabin is at the highest peak of the Hoosac Range known as western summit and borders 750 acres of protected land so social distancing is not a problem. Enjoy the modern comforts of a real bed (memory foam mattress), A/C (or heat), in cabin mini fridge, and a full bath inside the cabin. A deck overlooking the most amazing Berkshires Sunset. Hang out at your own hammock, make s'mores the way you used to and grill a perfect steak to complete the day! It's a nature's retreat for 2.
$246 per night
Cabin in Mill River
'The Mill River Cabin’ w/ Fireplace & River View!
Reconnect with Mother Nature at this 2-bedroom, 1-bath cabin loaded with character! Minutes from the Historic Mill River District, this vacation rental provides elements of the home like a well-equipped kitchen, views of the river, and warmth by the wood-burning stove. Listen to sounds of nature on the deck while a bonfire is ablaze and walk along the river to the historic dam. Enjoy hiking at Beaverton State Forest and skiing in the colder months at Ski Butternut - truly a year-round home!
$208 per night
Cabin in Hawley
HawleyHaus: Log Cabin in the Berkshires!
Log cabin tucked away on the side of the mountain with wooded views in every room. On the first floor you will find airy living room with sliders to an oversized deck and large dining area that's able to host 8 or more people. Additionally, you will find a comfortable primary bedroom with ensuite bathroom connecting to a private office/flex room. The second floor offers two bedrooms (one with another TV!) equipped with queen beds and another bathroom.
$228 per night

Lake cabins in Massachusetts

Cabin in Becket
Tranquil Cabin steps from Lake
$178 per night
Cabin in Becket
Cabin with spectacular views of Robin Hood Lake
$185 per night
Cabin in Sandisfield
Cabin w/3 Acres, Tennis+BBall Courts by 4 Ski Mtns
$199 per night
Cabin in Sandisfield
Berkshires Cabin in Woods with Mountain Views
$176 per night
Cabin in Essex
Beech and Boulders Lakeview Cottage in the woods.
$225 per night
Cabin in Hinsdale
Relaxing Berkshire cabin on Lake Ashmere
$246 per night
Cabin in Barnstable
Charming Lakefront Cabin on Cape Cod
$325 per night
Cabin in Lanesborough
Luxury cabins
$95 per night
Cabin in Webster
The Camp
$138 per night
Cabin in Becket
Cozy Rustic Lakefront Cabin
$275 per night
Cabin in Amesbury
Lakeside cabin retreat
$240 per night
Cabin in Pittsfield
Summer Cottage in the Berkshires
$175 per night

Cabins with jacuzzis in Massachusetts

Cabin in Hinsdale
Beautiful 2-Bedroom + Loft Cottage w/ Hot Tub
$166 per night
Cabin in Monterey
Amazing Berkshire Mountains Cabin
$344 per night
Cabin in Becket
Waldtreff - quiet grand cabin
$250 per night
Cabin in Falmouth
Waterside Guest House
$145 per night

Massachusetts fishing cabins

Cabin in Becket
Peace on the lake
$250 per night
Cabin in Sheffield
Private, peaceful cabin w/ pond in the Berkshires.
$358 per night
Cabin in Becket
Dreamy cabin in the trees with 360 windows
$225 per night
Cabin in Becket
Stunning Berkshires Cabin
$315 per night
Cabin in Douglas
Rustic Log Cabin on the Lake
$300 per night
Cabin in Lanesborough
Lanesborough Luxury Cabins
$108 per night
Cabin in Douglas
The Lodge at Wallis Cove Cabins
$170 per night

Your guide to Massachusetts

All About Massachusetts

Massachusetts’ bustling capital, Boston, draws in travelers seeking to explore the city’s extensive history, legendary baseball stadium, and impressive arts scene — but this northeastern state offers varied geography and options beyond its biggest city. There are opportunities for outdoor adventure, rest and relaxation, and arts and culture throughout the state. Western Massachusetts and the Berkshires is the state's rural mountain region popular with ski resorts and snow-shoeing for outdoor athletes. The towns and many farms of the central region host fall harvest celebrations and farm-to-table dining with some of the state’s best fall foliage driving routes.

Sturbridge Village is ideal for history buffs wanting a glimpse into life in New England during the 19th century. Cape Cod, a hook-shaped peninsula abou 70 miles south of Boston, is known for its beautiful beaches and lighthouses. Beachgoers and island lovers can take a ferry to the islands of Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard for swimming, surfing, and miles of bike trails. The state’s rich maritime tradition is evident in the northern coastal towns of Newburyport, Rockport, and Marblehead.

Boston is rich in history and culture — dine at one of its award-winning restaurants or make your way through the Freedom Trail, which weaves through the city passing iconic sites of the American Revolution and gorgeous green spaces like Boston Commons and Public Garden.

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

Fall is an excellent time for a trip to the state, bringing bright, colorful foliage and the chance to meander down the scenic Route 2 highway from Boston to western Massachusetts. There are hot, humid summers and snowy, cold winters here, weather typical for most northeastern states. Summers also come with intense thunderstorms, but that doesn’t stop people from enjoying the beaches or heading to the Berkshires for Tanglewood’s summer music lineup.

Massachusetts is susceptible to hurricanes from June until November, though the majority weaken to tropical storms as they pass by the state. Winters are milder along the coast, with temperatures staying above freezing even in January. As you move further inland, it gets colder, and snowfall in the mountains is perfect for skiing and snowshoeing. Spring is generally wet and cloudy across the state, but let that stop you from exploring the Brimfield Antique Show, the largest antiques show in the country.

What are the top things to do in Massachusetts?

Explore the History of Lexington

Drive 20 minutes outside Boston to the birthplace of the Revolutionary War. Hop on the Liberty Ride Trolley and pass multiple pivotal historical sites. Favorite stops include Lexington Battle Green — where the first shot of the Revolutionary War was fired in 1775 — and significant literary sites from classic American writers.

The Berkshires

Located on the far western border of the state, The Berkshires are popular with outdoor enthusiasts, artists, shoppers, and foodies. Known for the mountains and ski resorts here, it's a winter wonderland for skiers, snowboarders, and even offers snow tubing. Once the snow melts, you’ll find epic hiking trails, white-water rafting, and climbing opportunities abound. Towns throughout the area including Lenox, Great Barrington, Stockbridge, offer farm-to-table restaurants, antique shopping, unique musical experiences, and local theatres.

Western Massachusetts wineries

Explore picturesque vineyards while sipping on award-winning wines from dozens of wineries across Western Massachusetts. A rising star on the global wine stage, the area's wines are hand-crafted from a variety of grapes, fruits, berries, and even flowers. The region’s most common grape varieties are the vinifera varieties including chardonnay, pinot grigio, riesling, and pinot noir. Many of the wineries can be found between Amherst and Springfield with stunning landscapes to enjoy along the way.