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There’s nothing better than taking some time to get away from it all with an escape to the woods. And, as anyone who’s ever spent some time in Maine knows, there’s no better place to do it than here. There are so many ways to enjoy the peaceful surroundings of nature, but these cabin rentals in Maine might be the best. Take some time to plan a getaway in one of these best cabins in Maine:

Affordable Cabins in Maine

Enjoy the best of Vacationland without breaking the bank when you check into one of these adorable *and* affordable cabins in Maine:

Luxurious Cabins in Maine

Looking to soak up the good life? Check into one of these luxurious cabins in Maine. With high-end amenities and amazing scenery, you might never want to leave!

Romantic Cabins in Maine

There’s something undeniably romantic about a cabin getaway, and Maine’s cabins truly are on another level. Here are some of our favorite romantic cabins in Maine:

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Secluded Cabins in Maine

If you’re looking to get away from it all, you’re in the right state! The Pine Tree State is full of so many great places to escape in nature, and these secluded cabins in Maine offer true R&R:

Cabins in Maine with Hot Tub

There’s little that a soothing soak in a hot tub can’t cure. Soak up the lap of luxury — literally! — with these cabins in Maine with a hot tub.

Do you have any favorite getaway homes you’ve enjoyed? Let us know in the comments!

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Best Cabins in Maine

Where can I find secluded cabins in Maine?

Some of our favorite places to look for secluded cabins in Maine are remote areas like Belgrade Lakes, Vinalhaven, Katahdin Woods, Sandy River, Aroostook County, Lubec, and, of course, the North Woods. The area around Acadia National Park also offers lots of secluded places for a getaway. Of course, nothing is more remote than your own private island, is it? This Nature Lovers Cabin is located on its own private island, which makes for the coziest and most romantic kind of getaway. The island is only accessible by boat, which sets the stage to an enchanting experience even before you step foot inside the cabin! The island has no running water or electricity; however, the owners have graciously provided a composting toilet, propane stove, refrigerator, and solar campers showers in this three-room cabin. Rustic and charming, you'll enjoy the best kind of "unplugged" getaway in Maine at this island cabin!

How much do cabin rentals cost in Maine?

Most of the rentals in our state are extremely affordable and budget friendly. You can find a really high-end cabin with lots of amenities and perks around $200-$300, and sites like VRBO let you filter your search by price range, which makes it easy to find a rental in your budget!

Are there pet-friendly cabin rentals in Maine?

Absolutely! If you're into bringing Fido along on your cabin getaway, you'll be delighted to discover numerous pet-friendly cabins in Maine. We recommend using the filters on VRBO and Airbnb to refine your search to pet-friendly cabins in Vacationland. For example, we discovered this beautiful and remote four-seasons cabin in Shirley that's situated on 10 private acres and has a full kitchen, covered porch, deck, outdoor fire pit, and grassy yard for the kids and up to two family dogs. So not only is this cabin in Maine dog-friendly, but it's extremely family-friendly, too!

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