The Vacasa guide to Blue Ridge Mountain cabin rentals

Sunset over the Blue Ridge Mountains
View from inside a Blue Ridge Mountains a-frame cabin rental

From theme parks to quiet trails, the Blue Ridge Mountains have it all, and the right Blue Ridge cabin rental will give you access to the area’s magic. The only problem? The Blue Ridge region spans almost 35,000 square miles. If you’re feeling overwhelmed trying to choose a vacation rental, you’re totally justified. Lucky for you, we’ve curated a list of cabin rental essentials to simplify your choices and elevate your expectations.

This corner of the country is rich in natural beauty—and hidden gems. For instance, did you know that many Blue Ridge Mountains vacation homes feature private hot tubs? With a little guidance, you won’t have to settle for a sub-par cabin on your next trip to Blue Ridge. Browse these cabin rentals and let them spark your imagination for your next Blue Ridge Mountains vacation.

Eagle Ridge Cabin rental

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Log exterior? Check. Stone chimney? Check. Covered porch with a private hot tub? Check. This cabin rental showcases the best of the Blue Ridge region, from its classic aesthetic to its touches of luxury. When you’re planning a Blue Ridge Mountains vacation, this is the kind of place that sets the bar.

Book your next Blue Ridge vacation at Eagle Ridge Cabin.

Rising Sun cabin rental

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Views are key at this North Georgia cabin. Capture that priceless social media shot overlooking the forests, valleys, and mountains of the Blue Ridge landscape. Or, if you prefer, simply enjoy the stunning deck views sans phone. Either way, Rising Sun offers the gold standard of mountain vistas for Blue Ridge Mountains cabin rentals.

Book your next Blue Ridge vacation at Rising Sun.

Bear Lake Retreat cabin rental

Explore Cleveland cabin rentals.

When you’re picking a Blue Ridge Mountains cabin rental, ambience can make or break your stay. Naturally, a place like this one—full of taxidermy, luxurious textiles, and mountain magic—stands out. The hot tub, gourmet kitchen, and dog-friendly yard are icing on the cake.

Book your next Blue Ridge vacation at Bear Lake Retreat.

Kayel’s Mountain Retreat cabin rental

Explore Blairsville cabin rentals.

You’re visiting the Blue Ridge Mountains to immerse yourself in nature. Why settle for a vacation rental without ample outdoor space? This Blue Ridge cabin is the perfect example of a nature lover's paradise, with a firepit, multiple decks, a hot tub, and trees towering over the home on all sides.

Book your next Blue Ridge vacation at Kayel's Mountain Retreat.

Bears Cove cabin rental

Explore Sautee-Nacoochee cabin rentals.

Sautee-Nacoochee is one of the Blue Ridge Mountains’ premier destinations, so it makes sense that you’d want to bring 10 of your favorite people (and three of your favorite dogs) along with you. At Bears Cove, you can do just that—book this cabin, or check out our other high-capacity rentals for all your large group needs.

Book your next Blue Ridge vacation at Bears Cove.

Big Timber cabin rental

Explore Mineral Bluff cabin rentals.

Staying at a Blue Ridge Mountains cabin rental doesn’t have to mean roughing it. Cabins like this one bring you premium amenities, like a private hot tub, gourmet kitchen, plush furnishings, and luxury bathrooms, without sacrificing any mountain charm. It’s perfect for the Blue Ridge guest who prefers a posh home base to return to after hiking.

Book your next Blue Ridge vacation at Big Timber.

The Laughing Salamander Cabin rental

Explore Sevierville cabin rentals.

For travelers wanting to stay closer to Great Smoky Mountains National Park (and Pigeon Forge’s attractions), a Sevierville cabin rental is ideal. Experience the Tennessee side of the Blue Ridge region at a cabin like this one—the fireplace, game room, hot tub, and incredible views here might sweeten the deal, too.

Book your next Blue Ridge vacation at the Laughing Salamander Cabin.