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7 Cabins On Airbnb For A Remote Getaway In Arizona

With so much stunning scenery and slick cities like Phoenix, it’s never a bad time for an Arizona staycation. The state has lots to do and see, as well as some world-class restaurants and beautiful scenery. Want to escape the world a little? These Airbnb cabins in Arizona offer up the perfect remote getaway.

These locations are all remote Airbnbs which are ideal for large groups, families or a couple’s getaway.The best part is that once you divide the cost of the house between a group, it works out as a super affordable alternative to hotels and resorts.

All you have to do now is round up some friends and get ready to enjoy the ultimate Arizona staycation in one of these beautiful Airbnbs…

7 Cabins On Airbnb For A Remote Getaway In Arizona

1. Snowbowl Ski Retreat- Flagstaff

Nestled in the middle of a 5-acre property and just a few minutes drive to the turn off for Snowbowl Ski Area. This cabin has a large hot tub that boasts incredible mountain views and the wrap around porch also provides beautiful views in every direction. Enjoy the warmth of the sun on your face while to cool, crisp mountain air surrounds you.

There are two homes on the property that you will have complete private access to. The main home has 4 bedrooms two en-suite bedrooms upstairs and two main level bedrooms that share a bath. The carriage house has a downstairs bedroom with a private bath, the dramatic loft has stellar mountain views and a massive play area. This property sleeps 14 guests and will set you back $475 per night.

2. Rustic Cabin- Payson

This rustic-style cabin has everything you could want for a wholesome escape with family or friends, its includes a ping pong table, pool table, cornhole, and foosball table.

This cabin is ideal year-round, snuggle up to the fire in winter and bask in the summer sun on the stunning deck. It sleeps 16 guests with 7 bedrooms and the nightly rate is $899.

3. Lakeside Cabin- Lakeside

Overlooking the stunning Edler Lake with the U.S. Forest Service in back, this cabin is surrounded by nature. Ideal for larger groups it is 3,670 square feet and comes with a fully equipped kitchen, pool table, and 2 spacious decks for luxury mountain living at its finest.

An ideal getaway for those looking to cast a fishing line or go for a hike, this luxurious Lakeside cabin invites outdoor adventurers to rest their heads after a day of adventure. Sleeps 16+ guests and the average nightly cost is $671.

4. A-Frame Cabin – Flagstaff

This 3-story cabin overlooks a stunning vista of the San Francisco Peaks,  grill up some delicious dinner on the wraparound deck, and sip some wine as the sun goes down after your day of adventures!

This property sleeps up to 12 guests and the average nightly cost is $519. It’s perfect for a family getaway. With two living areas, foosball table, 8-person farmhouse-style dining table, and playroom loft area for kids, everyone is sure to have a peaceful vacation.

5. Rustic Cabin- Young

Located close to the town of young, a beautiful historic little hidden gem with so many outdoor activities to enjoy. This is the perfect cabin to simply enjoy the beauty of nature and relax in a quiet atmosphere.

Situated on 5 acres, your group will have plenty of room and activities to fill the day, from amazing hiking, fishing, swimming, to off road vehicle exploring. The cabin sleeps 16+ guests and the nightly rate is $800.

6. Creekside A Frame Cabin- Sedona

Situated directly on Oak Creek and an easy reach to the town by walking or cycling. Enjoy evenings on the large deck overlooking Oak Creek after an activity-packed day. The cabin sleeps up to 4 guests and the average nightly rate is $495.

Every detail was thought of when designing this amazing cabin. Inside and outside fireplace, BBQ, a stairway to the creek. The perfect place to relax and unwind and enjoy nature at its finest.

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7. Luxury Cabin on Rainbow Lake- Lakeside

This stunning lakefront cabin boasts nearly 4,000 square feet of rustic living space brimming with amenities. Cosy up to the fire and look out the two-story wall of windows which overlook the lake – every inch of this property urges you to relax.

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After a jam-packed day of activities enjoy a dip in the hot tub before a game night in the upstairs loft. It has a pool table, lounge area, and dartboard. This cabin sleeps up to 15 guests and will set you back $706 per night.

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Planning on spending some time in the state? You should check out the best road trips in Arizona here.

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Siobhan McKenny
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