Saturday, May 15, 2021

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World’s best Cabin Getaways for 2021

The spread of coronavirus urged people to search for holiday places at the nature that are not overcrowded and social distancing measures are implemented. It is not accidental that glamping becomes more and more popular. In this article, you will find many different options for modern or classic cabins all over the world.

  1. Free Spirit Spheres – Vancouver Island, Canada
    Have you ever seen spheres used instead of rooms, hanging from trees? Undoubtedly, this is the most remarkable accommodation in the world. The spheres have also names. Eryn, Melody, and Luna. Each sphere is handcrafted and has five windows. This place offers to visitors exceptional experiences in a natural forest environment. Free Spirit Spheres is the first and only manufacturer of spherical treehouses in the world.

  2. Annandale – Pigeon Bay, Canterbury, New Zealand
    Four luxury cabins are nestled in a private location along the coastline. Visitors can enjoy privacy, stunning scenery, and a lot of fresh air. The cabins offer a king-size bed, a living room with a fireplace, and a modern bathroom. The cabins are accessed by helicopter or by a 40-minute transfer in a four-wheel-drive vehicle.

  3. Cabanas No Rio – Portugal
    We refer to two wooden huts standing near Comporta. Both huts together only have an area of 28 square meters. However, everything visitors may need is available. For example, a stylishly fitted kitchen,  two armchairs to relax in, a comfortable canopy bed, a terrace with a view to the Sado river, and even a landing stage complete with a canoe with which the guests can paddle around.

  4. Rolling Huts – Winthrop, Washington
    Rolling Huts are the perfect accommodation point for hikers, mountain bikers, or cross- country skiers. Each one has a stunning view of the mountains.  Also, each hut comes equipped with a small refrigerator, microwave, fireplace, and Wi-Fi. There is a sleeping platform perfect for two, and modular furniture in the living area that can be reconfigured to sleep two more. Each hut has an adjacent portable toilet.

  5. Wiesergut – Hinterglemm, Salzburg, Austria
    Visitors must check out the seven garden estate suites. These suites combine the freedom that cabins offer with all the modern stuff someone may need for a stay. Wiesergut hotel has a unique design and can satisfy the wishes of all visitors.

  6. Skapet Mountain Lodges – Norway
    It is a collection of modern, minimalist cabins overlooking the rocky shores of Soddatjorn Mountain Lake. This Norwegian destination is unique for hikers and bikers. Here visitors won’t find luxury. There are six cabins that sleep a crew of five and there’s a main lodge that can house up to 35 trekkers. There are a sauna and outdoor shower, and there are kitchen and living areas for gathering.

  7. Montagne Alternative – Orsières, Valais, Switzerland
    Located in the Swiss Alps this wintery getaway is a complex of six cozy cabin-like barns. Also, yoga classes and massage treatments are offered to visitors.

  8. Glen Oaks Big Sur – Big Sur, California
    This collection of lodges in Big Sur dates back to the 1950s. It is the best place in California to experience winter without snow. Visitors can feel like their own home. Furthermore, Glen Oaks hosts weddings and events.

  9. The Suttle Lodge – Sisters, Oregon
    The Suttle Lodge is located in Oregon’s Deschutes National Forest. Visitors can go fishing, skiing, hiking, or biking. The cabins are separated into deluxe and rustic. In the territory, visitors will find the boathouse where they can have breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

  10. Re:hof Rutenberg – Uckermark, Germany
    These seven German holiday houses are worth visiting. Ideal for individuals, couples, families, and groups. Visitors will enjoy the beautiful nature where they can pick an apple or make a fire. Also, is worth discovering the beautiful landscape of Brandenburg, going for a walk, and swimming in the many lakes. One of the clearest lakes in this region with a small sandy beach is a five-minute walk away.

Maria Gourtsilidou
Maria Gourtsilidou is Senior Editor of Research and Data Analytics at the CEOWORLD magazine. She is responsible for driving thought leadership, using data analytics to showcase the company’s products and services, and fostering knowledge sharing between CEOWORLD magazine and client organizations. She studied Public Administration (Economics Of The Public Sector) in Greece and holds a Bachelor’s in Public Administration from the Panteion University of Political & Social Studies. Follow Maria Gourtsilidou on Twitter. Write at