We found cabins we love in every state, from a historic home that is a replica of a president’s home to cabins built on organic farms.
Some cabins are on hundreds of acres of land, while one is in a major city in the South. Some have river, waterfall, ocean or mountain views while a few are close to national parks and hiking trails. One is made of two converted grain silos.
Fire pits and hot tubs are popular features; one has a heated indoor pool and home theater. While some are tiny houses, others sleep up to 19 people.
– Jan Schroder, The Travel 100