5 Cozy Fall Rentals for Your Next Weekend Trip, Starting at $85 a Night

published Oct 4, 2019
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For many of us, fall welcomes cooler weather and color-changing leaves into our everyday lives.  With the outdoors transforming, we’re itching to get outside and be among the beauty of it all. What better way to do that than to plan your own weekend getaway at a cozy retreat—especially one that doesn’t break the bank?

Sourced from Airbnb, Vrbo, and Glamping Hub, many of the rentals below are located in places where you can take in the scenery. From a canopy treehouse with a fire pit in Georgia to a riverfront yurt in North Carolina, there’s a mix of destinations and types of homes that give you options (although you can’t go wrong with any of them).

See below for our recommended listings that will provide a cozy weekend escape this season. And hey, the leaves only change once a year—take advantage before winter hits.

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Safari Tent in Medford, OR

Located on a farm near Medford, Oregon, this listing comes with two safari tents and can comfortably fit up to 4 guests. Each tent includes a queen sized bed with clean linens, towels, and bedding, plus a wood-burning stove and a private deck. Both tents share a communal bathroom and shower facility that is located right outside the entrances. This Glamping Hub listing starts at $143.

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Secluded Treehouse in Saratoga Springs, NY

Perched in the tree canopies near Lake George and Saratoga springs, this tree house can comfortably accommodate two guests. The main floor has a full size futon, while the upstairs loft fits a double mattress. Outside, there’s a small kitchen with supplies provided as well as an outdoor toilet and shower area. This Glamping Hub listing starts at $222 a night.

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Rustic Abode with Lakeviews in Pinehurst, NC

This self-proclaimed treehouse just underwent a recent renovation, which is always a plus when it comes to a vacation rental. This 800 square foot studio has one bathroom, two baths, a living room area, and a full kitchen, all of which is decked out in light, airy hues. You can see views of Lake Pinehurst from the wrap-around porch. This Airbnb listing starts at $85 a night.

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Canopy Blue Treehouse in Blue Ridge, GA

Overlooking the National Forest, this rustic listing stands three stories tall and projects a natural vibe for relaxing solitude. The main floor includes a queen-sized bedroom, a bathroom with a glass shower, a communal area with a sofa and bunk beds, a full kitchen, and an outdoor patio that overlooks the fire pit below. This Vrbo listing starts at $240 a night.

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Riverfront Yurt in Asheville, NC

This luxury yurt is the first of its kind in the Haywood County area, which features a bedroom, bathroom, full kitchen, living room, and dining area with a wrap-around porch. So basically, everything you’d need for a weekend escape. The rental is surrounded by mountains and a river, which means plenty of opportunity for various outdoor activities. This Vrbo listing starts at $213.