9 Adorable A-Frames You Can Rent for Under $100

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We’ve all seen them: Cozy, rustic cabins with retro, A-frame designs. We usually come across them on Pinterest, or while scrolling through hashtags on Instagram. Either way, they always catch our eye, with their warm, inviting entrances and mid-century modern vibes that make us want to spend a whole weekend holed up inside one, with nothing but a good book. Well thanks to the beauty of the Internet, we now can. A-frame homes first rose in popularity during the 1930s, according to Old House Online, and are once again growing in popularity and available to rent for your very own weekend getaway. They don’t have to break the bank, either—we’ve rounded up some of our favorites, all for $100 or less per night!

Missoula, Montana—$100/night

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This laid-back, rustic hideaway sits in the middle of the woods on 100-plus acres in Missoula, Montana. The listing suggests you and a lucky pal bring your sleeping bags (and while you’re at it, maybe your spookiest campfire stories), because this place will give you some major summer camp feels. If you’re not used to roughing it, there may be some things you’ll have to get used to—like having to walk a minute to get to Wi-Fi and an outdoor solar shower—but hey, if you’re looking to finally unplug for a weekend, this place might be for you.

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This tranquil retreat (dubbed “The Triangle” for its unique design) is about an hour away from Cleveland. Thanks to its adorable front porch and second-floor balcony, there are plenty of spots to sit and listen to the sounds of nature. There’s also a wood-burning stove inside and lovely exposed beams that’ll bring out your inner Joanna Gaines, plus ripe blackberries, raspberries, and wildflowers outside for picking.

Easton, Washington—$85/night

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If you’re really looking for that cabin-in-the-woods vibe, this little A-frame is perfect. Ideal for a quiet solo trip, an intimate getaway for two, or a weekend with friends, this charming little home sleeps up to three and sits in the “heart of outdoor adventure”, according to its listing. It’s just two miles from town and nearby Lake Easton State Park if you’re in the mood to do some walking. Or if you’re feeling extra adventurous, you can head to The Summit at Snoqualmie for a day of brisk skiing, which is 19 miles away.

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Isn’t this just charming? This sweet little A-frame was built as a vacation home in the 1970s, with three bedrooms and two baths that provide ample room for up to six guests. It also has an open floor plan to make things feel even more spacious, and a glass-front log burner that’ll get you all sorts of cozy. But the best part? It just might be the sun-drenched porch, which according to the listing “leads down to private spacious grounds set under a large walnut tree—perfect for croquet on the lawn.”

Neskowin, Oregon—$80/night

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This simple A-frame may not look like much at first glance—but wait until you check out its locale. The coastal Oregon home is just steps from the beach, where guests can get gorgeous views of nearby Cascade Head and nap on the beach to the sounds of crashing waves. (Sign me up!)

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Quaint and unassuming, this cozy home sits 6,000 feet above elevation level and offers gorgeous panoramic views of the San Bernardino National Forest. It’s nestled between two beautiful lakes and not far from a ski resort, making it the perfect fall or winter getaway if you want to go on adventures or stay curled up inside, sipping hot cocoa.

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This “owl” A-frame may not look too impressive from the outside, but inside it’s a dreamy oasis with tall windows that let you look out over the treetops. According to its listing, the pretty mountain retreat has a wood stove, an updated kitchen, and offers “room for your soul to breathe.” (If that doesn’t sell you on it, I’m not sure what will.)

Sechelt, Canada—$88/night

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Take in beautiful views of the Sechelt Inlet while sitting on this rustic tiny home’s front porch. Hiking opportunities are literally everywhere, and when you come in from a long day of adventuring, you can look forward to a warm soak in the cabin’s clawfoot tub while looking up at the stars! Seriously—there’s a skylight right over the the tub that’ll let you catch a glimpse of the stars at night.

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