Best Winter Cabin Rentals in Montana for Just About Any Budget
One of the most memorable experiences I have is the time I went with a friend to their winter cabin. It had one room, barely any heat, and a pit toilet. We played games and ate sandwiches and I had the best time.
I think winter is one of the best times to be huddled up in a cabin in the woods in Montana. Sitting by the fire with a cup of hot chocolate watching it snow on the trees outside your window. No wonder there's more than one Hallmark movie about Montana.
If you are looking for a cozy getaway, all of these options come as highly rated on their respective booking sites and at the time of writing, had availability in the winter.
For Under $100 Per Night
This may feel like a tiny house, but the listing on GlampingHub.com does say that guests have access to some common areas in the main house if you want more space. This one rents for $99/night.
For For Under $200 Per Night
For just under $200 ($190 sampled for a weekend in December) on Glampinghub.com, this cabin is only 16 miles from Yellowstone National Park and all the winter activities it has to offer. A great option if you want to get off the grid and away from it all.
For Under $500 Per Night
Hosted by Mountain Home, a Superhost on Airbnb, the Carbella Cabin is available for $220/night (sampled for a week in the middle of December) and is near Yellowstone National Park. With over 70 acres there's plenty of room to explore and the breathtaking feature, of course, is the view.
For Under $1,000 Per Night
While this may feel a bit more house-like, the location of this cabin in Livingston, Montana, definitely evokes privacy and serenity. Imagine sitting in the hot tub looking at the view from that deck. This cabin is currently listed on Aibnb for $577/night.
Over $1,000 Per Night
With accommodations to sleep four people, this luxury cabin is a good option for families and is close to great skiing. And the hot tub after a day of skiing would feel oh so good. This listing from GlampingHub.com is $1,199/night.
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