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7 Cozy Cabins Near Vancouver, BC: Perfect Winter Getaway

Updated: Feb 22

Cabins are wonderful places to stay at any time of the year, but during the winter months, the allure of a warm, cozy little cabin nestled in the woods may be greater, at least that's the way I see it. Whether just to relax for a weekend or have the chance to disconnect from the bustling city, cabins always seem to be a good option.

One of my favourite things about staying in a cabin is that you can usually experience a sense of connection to nature without sacrificing comfort (we all know that camping isn't for everyone, and that's okay). One of the advantages of a cabin stay in the winter months is coming back to a warm place.

Near Vancouver, numerous cabins provide amazing experiences, oftentimes complete with breathtaking water views and an evergreen canopy, as well as easy access to trails and other attractions.

For your next getaway, we've compiled a list of some of the best cabins near Vancouver, so you can have a truly unforgettable time in any season.

Cabins near Vancouver, BC, winter getaway, relaxing evening

7 Cozy Cabins Near Vancouver, BC


Address: 70002 Squamish Valley Road, Whistler

Nestled in a forested area and sharing space with both the Cheekye and Cheakamus Rivers, these contemporary cabins offer a wide array of options for a perfect getaway. With 13 different cabins, from open-layout studios to a five-bedroom lodge, neither wifi nor TV is available in the cabins. Still, there is cell reception and all the amenities you need for a perfect stay. More than that, there is a cafe where you can enjoy local food and meet new people.

Fire pit available: Communal fire pit

Pet-friendly: Yes

 WiFi: No

Address: 2908 BC-99, Mount Currie, BC V0N 2K0

Nestled in the forest, near Joffre Lakes Provincial Park, this place offers two cabins and a small vintage trailer packed with all the amenities needed for a perfect getaway. With mesmerizing mountain views, including Mt Bastian glacier, and endless adventure opportunities close by, you choose how to spend your time here. For instance, relaxing in a sauna or a hot tub, or even working in the comfort of a hammock while sipping a cup of coffee, however, you plan it, this place is sure to be part of unforgettable memories.

Fire pit available: Wood- and gas- fires

Pet-friendly: Dog-friendly, sorry no cats

WiFi: Yes

Address: Bowen Island, BC

This charming 1950s cabin offers amazing views of the Howe Sound and private ocean access for you to enjoy a cool dip or a calm evening fishing. Offering two rooms, it is the perfect space to enjoy with family or friends, and on cozy winter days, a wood stove is available for you to use with enough wood for each evening's fire.

There is also a propane BBQ for a more outdoorsy dinner between the trees. It is truly relaxing.

Fire pit available: No

Pet-friendly: Dogs one year or older are allowed with approval.

WiFi: Yes

Address: Maple Ridge, BC

This riverfront 2-acre cabin, situated on the South Alouette River and about 45 minutes from Downtown Vancouver, offers a two-bedroom gem tucked away in the forest that is adjacent to Golden Ears Provincial Park. Take pleasure in fishing or sit by the fire while taking in the surrounding natural magic.

Fire pit available: Yes

Pet-friendly: Pets allowed (restrictions apply)

WiFi: Yes

Rustic cabin, cabin, exterior of a cabin near Vancouver
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Address: 6601 East Sooke Road, Capital, Canada

Fire pit available: Explore beaches and trails with your furry friends and relax by the fire or in the outdoor tub. This adult-friendly glamping spot includes a kitchenette and a loft. Enjoy a cozy stay with a propane firepit.

Fire pit available: Propane

Pet-friendly: Yes

WiFi: Yes

Address: 7500 HWY #3, Manning Park, BC

Discover a home away from home at Manning Park Resort. From the inviting hotel with various rooms to cozy cabins and chalets, there's a perfect fit for every budget, including the intimate Last Resort for 50 guests. Focusing on cabins, Manning Park offers both standard (sleeps 6) and premium (sleeps 9) options, each featuring a separate kitchen and dining area. Conveniently located on the Hope-Princeton Highway, Manning Park is easily accessible by car, air, or bus, with a shuttle service connecting key areas. Amidst the Cascade Mountain Range, the resort provides a winter wonderland, inviting guests to ski, snowboard, snowshoe, tube, ice skate, and more. Manning Park Resort transforms a stay into an unforgettable experience, blending comfort and adventure amidst the stunning landscapes of southern British Columbia.

Fire pit available: Yes

Pet-friendly: Yes

WiFi: Yes

Rustic Cabins at Tamihi Meadows

Address: 48701 Tamhi Forest Liumchen Service Rd, Chilliwack, BC V4Z 1A7

Count on three small, rustic cabins designed for fishermen and hunters, featuring basic amenities and simple furniture. Guests need to bring their own sleeping bags, cooking supplies, and toilet paper. Not suitable for negative or overly clean individuals. Well-behaved pets are allowed but not on furniture. There may be outdoor insects and rodents, so keeping doors closed is advised. The pond is not for swimming, but there's a river beach nearby.

Fire pit available: Yes

Pet-friendly: Quiet, well mannered, leashed pets welcome

WiFi: No

To Wrap Up

In conclusion, cabins near Vancouver offer a magical retreat throughout the year, and the winter months add a special charm to the experience. The appeal of a snug cabin in the woods becomes even more appealing during this season, providing a warm place for relaxation and disconnection from city life.

What makes cabin stays unique is the ability to connect with nature without compromising comfort, making it an ideal choice for those seeking a cozy retreat.

From the contemporary cabins of Sunwolf, nestled near the Cheekye and Cheakamus Rivers, to the rustic allure of the Old Cabin on the Alouette River in Maple Ridge, these accommodations promise unforgettable memories. Whether you choose Joffre Creek Cabins near the stunning Joffre Lakes Provincial Park, the Eastman Waterfront Cottage on Bowen Island with Howe Sound views, or the East Sooke Treehouse offering a unique treetop experience, each destination ensures a blend of tranquillity and adventure. Additionally, Manning Park Resort stands out as a year-round haven, providing a range of accommodations, including inviting cabins, amidst the breathtaking Cascade Mountain Range.

So there you have it! We hope you embark on your next cabin adventure and create lasting memories in these beautiful cabins near Vancouver.


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