13 Beautiful Cabins You Can Rent in BC For Super Cheap With Your Friends This Fall
Fall is right around the corner!
When fall approaches, it's likely that the rain has been non-stop and the forecast isn't changing much. With dreary weather comes daydreams about autumn adventures ahead. If you want to get away from home and enjoy the crisp fall air, it might just be time to start planning some cabin getaways in BC.
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As summer fades and September comes around, the slower season approaches, meaning it's can be much cheaper to book. So really, now could not be a more perfect time to get out of the city.
If fall is one of your favorites seasons and you want to book an affordable vacay, you can plan ahead and rent one of these 13 BC cabins for your next girls' getaway.
Price: $150 per night
Neighborhood: Madeira Park
Why You Should Go: This 600-square-foot abode is ideal for chilly fall weather, offering a private outdoor bathtub, gazebo and fire pit. You'll also be just 300 feet away from aif you want to soak up the sun one last time before winter.
Price: $123 per night
Neighborhood: Salt Spring Island
Why You Should Go: This classic cottage is nestled in the woods near a regional park, providing the perfect opportunity to immerse yourself in the gorgeous fall foliage. The open space offers a patio and two electric heaters to keep you warm and cozy. You can even venture off to the beach just a 20-minute walk away.
Price: $150+ per night
Neighborhood: Halfmoon Bay
Why You Should Go: This private, tranquil getaway near Merry Island offers breath-taking views of the glistening water. You and your guest(s) can take advantage of the beaches,, boating, fishing and whale watching opportunities closeby. Complimentary breakfast and wine are included as a plus.
Price: $135+ per night
Neighborhood: Galiano Island
Why You Should Go: Just 10 minutes from Sturdies Bay, this open-concept cabin in the trees comes equipped with large windows, amazing, a covered deck with a hammock and super easy access to the beach.
Price: $150 per night
Why You Should Go: This oceanfront escape boasts magical, antique stained glass, high ceilings, a walk-in shower and antique furniture. Just steps from the beach, you can enjoy the crisp fall air with your toes in the sand. The central location makes it perfect for exploring the island and participating inlike hiking and kayaking.
Price: $67 per night
Why You Should Go: This tiny, 80-square-foot cottage has the best of both worlds: beach access and a private forest location. Located on a small island, you can reach this secluded space by foot ferry. Enjoy the lush garden and fantastic ocean views from the comfort of your bed.
Price: $115+ per night
Neighborhood: Garden Bay
Why You Should Go: This spacious concept offers high ceilings, a relaxing outdoor shower and access to the ocean and several nearby lakes. The secluded spot has tons of windows so you can enjoy the outdoors from the inside, or take advantage of the surrounding woodsy hiking trails.
Price: $59 per night
Why You Should Go: Enjoy your morning coffee on the private balcony before your short two-minute walk to the beach. This comfy suite offers a kitchen, two double beds an a massive private yard. You'll have access to a nearby water park, plus lots of green space perfect for picnics and sports.
Price: $160 per night
Why You Should Go: 10 minutes east of Hope, this traditional log cabin in Huckleberry Village is perfect for escaping cold weather. You can turn up the heat on the wood-burning stove and cozy up by the outdoor fireplace. If you're feeling adventurous, you can take advantage of dirt biking, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, hiking, swimming and fishing.
Price: $127+ per night
Neighborhood: Roberts Creek
Why You Should Go: This adorable, newly-renovated cottage offers modern decor and cozy vibes. With tons of amenities at your fingertips, you are sure to relax at this spot situated 40-minutes from Vancouver (accessible by ferry). The surrounding lush forest offers fabulous plenty of woodland trails and of fall foliage views.
Price: $195 per night
Why You Should Go: You can sink into true luxury at this cabin-in-the-woods experience offering an outdoor hot tub overlooking the city. Guests have access to the lake to stargaze or watch the sunset. The 1,000-square-foot cottage has no cable or tv, so you can truly unplug and rejuvenate. Cozy up by the fireplace with a glass of wine or check out the wine tours nearby.
Price: $55+ per night
Neighborhood: Mt. Currie
Why You Should Go: You can experience authentic cabin living at this simplistic cottage with no electricity, cell service or internet. It comes equipped with an outhouse, a camping shower and a fire pit with firewood included. Take in the serenity that nature has to offer in your own private yard with no distractions. Gates Lake and Anderson Lake are closeby, as well as lots of hiking spots.
Price: $99 per night
Neighborhood: Poole Creek
Why You Should Go: This tiny red cabin sits smack dab in the middle of five acres of lush land. Take in picturesque mountain views from the back yard of this 200-square-foot space complete with a kitchenette, lofted bedroom, bathroom and barbecue. You can venture out for hiking, biking and swimming in the nearby lakes.
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