Great Cabins for an Off The Grid Experience Around The World

By Babajide IJIYODE | 16, Jan, 2023
Great Cabins for an Off The Grid Experience Around The World

As we approach more holiday seasons, we are more enthusiastic than ever about having campfires, skiing, and playing games with friends in a sweet cabin or with a significant other. Fortunately, there are accommodations for every budget, from cabins with views of the French Alps to cabin pods suspended in a rainforest. Read to learn more about some of the nicest wood cabins (both traditional and modern) on earth!

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Suttle Lodge - Sisters, Oregonsuttle lodge sisters oregon

Image Credit: The Suttle Lodge

The Suttle Lodge, located in Sisters, Oregon, on the 1.8 million acres of the massive Deschutes National Forest, began offering attractively built cabins last summer and will continue to do so this year, along with a bathhouse, a vintage boathouse, a grocery store, and retail space. After sunset, the management lights the communal bonfire for impromptu s'mores as guests enjoy a view of tranquil Suttle Lake. The entire environment exudes an artsy vibe (some Julio Iglesias vinyl may or may not still be in the main lodge).


Grandmother's house på Opheim - Loen, Norwayloen, norway

Image Credit: Grandmother's house på Opheim on Airbnb

This cozy wood cottage beside a peaceful lake is the ideal launching point for exploring the area's breathtaking nature. The charming retreat offers a view of the lake and peaks rising into the sky behind it. It has a green roof and red-painted windows. The Jostedalsbreen national park is close by and offers views of the 2,083-meter-high peaks and Jostedal, the biggest glacier in continental Europe, and Briksdal, its outlet. You may use the rowing boat and canoe available at your base to tour the region or use the hiking and mountain biking trails. The cottage offers underfloor heating, WiFi, and three bedrooms that can accommodate six people.


Travaasa Hana - Hana, Mauitravaasa hana

Image Credit: Travaasa Hana on Nusatrip

The coastal bungalows at Travaasa were built as a homage to the plantation bungalows that were popular in Hawaii in the early 20th century. They now proudly come without clocks, radios, and televisions but boast private lanais, tall wood ceilings, and unrivaled scenery of the secluded Hana Coastline. If you're lucky, you might be able to stroke the horses that are kept nearby or wave at them from the infinity pool outside your bedroom.


El Caracol - Catalonia, Spainel caracol spain

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This modern lodge in Aragon is situated in a hilly region next to two rivers. It is a family residence with a simple look bordered by eight acres of pine forest. This implies that there are places where you may go for nature swimming, such as in the Balneario de Font Calda, a limestone gorge with deep natural pools.

The home is a work of art from an architectural standpoint: a roomy, glass-fronted dome furnished with modern décor, with big glass panes that let you admire the trees, whether you're eating in the chilly dining room or lounging in bed relaxing. The solar-powered, three-bedroom, three-bathroom cottage beds eight people comfortably.


Alila by Hyatt - Ventana, Big Sur, Californiaalila hyatt big sur

Image Credit: Alila Hotels

Ventana Big Sur, an Alila Resort, is located in the center of the fusion of a redwood forest, a pacific ocean, and Big Sur itself. Initially designed by local artist Kipp Stewart in 1985, the property was revitalized under the direction of BraytonHughes Design Studio and Ray Parks & Associates architects. The resort, which reopened last autumn after remodeling, features an architectural combination of reclaimed wood, including aged cedar exteriors, locally manufactured redwood furnishings, and real trees everywhere. It will now include a Glass House art gallery, two pools with views of the ocean and the forest, and specialized activities like drum circles and outdoor charcoal drawing.



You now know our choices for the best 5 wood cabins on earth! However, some of these locations could be incredibly expensive, so it's vital to verify the cost of these cabins online before making trip arrangements. It's a good idea to bring additional cash as well. Most certainly, you'll require it.


Cover Image Credit: Lili Kovac on Unsplash

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