7 Charming & Cheap Cabins To Rent With Your BFFs In North Carolina This Summer
Take a quick break from reality.
From huge national forests to beautiful beaches, North Carolina has it all from top to bottom. The mountain towns all throughout the state are worth seeing as well. If you and your friends are in the market for an adventure, these cabin Airbnbs in North Carolina are cozy, cute, and will save you some major cash on your trip.
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With all the campgrounds,, and in The Tar Heel State, it can get overwhelming trying to pick the best one for your group. These seven spots each have something different to offer from amazing views to a .
While these spots will be perfect for your summer escape, no matter what season it is, it's never a bad idea to spend some time outdoors with your friends in a new place.
Pisgah Highlands Off-Grid Cabin
Price Per Night: $91 — sleeps up to two guests for a split cost of about $45 each.
Neighborhood: Candler, NC
Why You Need To Go: This cabin in the trees is just 25-minutes from Asheville and sits on a prime 125-acres mountain-top property. You'll have some seriously amazing views of the.
West A'ville Sanctuary in the Trees
Neighborhood: Asheville, NC
Why You Need To Go: This is a studio-sized apartment cabin tucked away in the trees so you'll have plenty of privacy. It has everything you might need from Wi-fi to laundry units and even a grill to whip up some BBQ.
Pisgah Highlands Container Cabin
Price Per Night: $93 — sleeps up to two guests for a split cost of about $46 each.
Neighborhood: Upper Hominy, NC
Why You Need To Go: This shipping container cabin sits on 125-acres and will give you the feel of going off the grid. There's a huge glass garage door you can open during the day for fresh air while you relax on the queen-sized bed.
Price Per Night: $77 — sleeps up to four guests for a split cost of about $20 each.
Neighborhood: Bryson City, NC
Why You Need To Go: This mountainside cabin has incredible views of the Smokies, and you can view them from your private deck-side hot tub. There's only one bedroom but can sleep up to 4.
Hilltop Cabin at Raven Ridge
Price Per Night: $55 — sleeps up to two guests for a split cost of about $27 each.
Neighborhood: Marshall, NC
Why You Need To Go: This 320 square-foot cabin sits on a working hobbyist farm and is perfect for a cozy getaway. There are two stories with a full-sized bed on the second floor and the kitchen/living space on the first.
Tiny House in the Trees
Price Per Night: $83 — sleeps up to two guests for a split cost of about $41 each.
Neighborhood: Durham, NC
Why You Need To Go: This studio has two beds and one bath and is a cozy 120 square-feet. It has a nice little front porch you can enjoy your coffee on and you'll sleep up top on the comfy loft.
Riverside Great Camping Cabin
Price Per Night: $61 — sleeps up to six guests for a split cost of about $10 each.
Neighborhood: Balsam Grove, NC
Why You Need To Go: Up to six guests can stay in this riverside cabin that has four beds. It's located in the Pisgah National Forest, so you'll have plenty of waterfalls and streams close to your stay.
Summer is almost halfway over, so what are you waiting for? Grab your crew or closest pal and escape for a night or two.
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