This rustic one-room cabin from 1902 offers perfect lake views. The driveway is almost three miles long, and places you deep in the woods. In the summer, this place is great for swimming and boating but if you’re looking for a winter getaway, the cabin is minutes from Bethel but still remote enough to make you feel in the wild. In the winter make sure you keep the wood stove pumping so you can keep the cabin warm and cozy.
If you haven’t heard about the tiny house trend, then listen up. The Crooked River Tiny House is the perfect retreat and Insta-worthy hideout for your ski weekend. This secluded off-grid, eco-retreat is the only building on the neighboring 480-acres. Clocking in at 200-square feet, this is the perfect space to “rough it.” Although there is no electricity, a wood stove can keep you toasty, a fully stocked and self-serve dry good kitchen will keep you flipping pancakes and a Goal Zero Yeti power bank can turn your lights on.
Ten minutes from the slopes, this two bedroom cottage is the A-frame of your dreams. With a massive back porch, you can keep the après ski action going with the fire pit and over sized back porch. If you want some added fun, you can snowshoe around the entirety of the property and if the ice breaks, try your luck at snagging a rainbow or brook trout. With two small bedrooms and a loft this place is great for keeping warm and cozy while also making an awesome pillow fort.
You (and 15 of your closest friends) can take cabin life to the next level with this luxury retreat. Everything about this rental is extra: gazebo-sheltered hot tub on the deck, sweeping views overlooking the resort, and five separate bedrooms so you can stick to your own schedule.
Sunday River has two slopeside hotels and a budget-friendly inn available through our reservations team. But if you’re looking to check out the area’s AirBnB properties, here’s a $40 credit on us. And don’t forget to pre-purchase your lift tickets so you never have to pay full price at the window.