If you’ve got a sense of adventure and a weekend getaway on your mind, this might be just the place for you. With a living roof, wood-fired barrel sauna, an authentic earth oven, and a polar plunge, it’s safe to say that this isn’t your typical cookie-cutter Airbnb cabin.
This off-grid tiny cabin in Chesterville, Ontario can be rented all year round and is especially cozy in the winter.
Between warming up in the sauna, strolling down the boardwalk, and snowshoeing on the countless trails around the property, there’s plenty to keep you entertained.
Inside, the cabin is kept toasty warm with a thermostat-controlled propane fireplace — ideal conditions for curling up with a good book or gazing out at the view from the windows.
You’ll also be supplied with everything you need to cook up a good meal and the seasonal garden has veggies you can pick to your heart’s content.
The Airbnb has plenty of great reviews and at just $136 per night, it’s pretty affordable too. There are many open dates available all throughout the winter and spring.
For something a little closer to the city, Ontario is also home to a real-life “hobbit hole” located less than 2.5 hours from Toronto near Indian Point Provincial Park, built into a hill on a rural farm. Doesn’t get more off-grid than that!
For more about this unique home and to book your stay, you can find it here on Airbnb.