Friday Cabins: We <3 NY
Cabin stays and glamping from the great state we call home
Another Friday, another Friday Cabins. We made it again to the EOW and we're here to celebrate with some of the best cabin content from Field Mag, the world wide web’s preeminent source for good design/great outdoors. Each Friday Cabins Etc delivers a cabin round-up to fuel your escapist daydreams as we head into the weekend.
This week, it's all about New York, a humble little place we call home. You may have noticed Field Mag has been working hard on scouring the internet for the best cabins, glampsites, yurts, A-Frames, vintage Airstreams, and other accommodations currently available to rent across the country and it just so happens that we found A LOT in our home state. Today we present the best rentals outside NYC and across the state that ofc, sit at the intersection of design-y and outdoors-y.
So read on and treat yourself to a weekend away! (Or forward to your one friend in NYC that may find this resource invaluable—cus it is!)
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Located on the east end of the South Fork peninsula of Long Island, Montauk is just passed the uber-popular and positively glitzy Hampton town of Sag Harbour. In Montauk, you'll find the same cute cottages found throughout the Hamptons, but a more secluded, laid-back way of life. Explore the sleepy beach town from the comfort of one of these 14 beach houses, cottages, or surf shacks.
There's no better way to escape the chaos of NYC than to immerse yourself in nature for a night or two. And some would say there's no better way to do that than to go glamping-where you're fully at one with the elements but not TOO fully, if you get the drift. These 18 glamping rentals throughout New York state (and one in the city), are the perfect spots to recharge.
But a mere two hours north of NYC, the Catskill Mountains offer up 286,000-acres of forested land and four-season beauty. It's also the weekend escape to many design-obsessed New Yorkers and Brooklynites, and the cabin rental market is awash with thoughtfully curated interiors. Here, 26 of the best, but there's plenty more where that came from!
North of New York City, a few hours past the Hudson Valley and the Catskills lie the Adirondacks. An outdoor haven, the area is home to the 5,000-square-mile preserve Adirondack Park, and plenty of room for hiking, backpacking, rock climbing, fly fishing, boating, and more. And, is also home to 14 cute cabins, where you can rest your head after a long day of exploring.
That’s it! Enjoy your weekend :)