5 Gorgeous Cabins in Pennsylvania That You Can Book for a Skiing Getaway
They’re ideal spaces off the beaten path to get away for a weekend.
The Philly area might not have seen much snowfall this year, but PA’s ski resorts are plenty busy making flakes. If a getaway to the slopes is on your agenda sometime before the season wraps up in March or April, we’ve got you covered. To help you make the most of a weekend trip, we’ve rounded up some of the coolest cabins to warm up in after a full day of schussing.
This super cute flat A-Frame is cozily nestled in the woods and within walking distance of Lake Naomi, making for a quiet escape from the hustle and bustle of the slopes. It’s home to two bedrooms, a wood-burning fireplace, a fully stocked kitchen, and an outdoor fire pit. Bonus: Pets are allowed. $200 per night on average.
Where To Ski: Jack Frost, home to 20 trails of packed powder (including two terrain parks) that range in difficulty.
From the outside, this renovated bunkhouse on a 52-acre organic farm outside Seven Springs looks charming albeit rustic. Once you step inside, you’ll be shocked at how modern the one-bedroom cabin is. The full kitchen and refurbished bathroom mean that you don’t have to rough it to disconnect from the real world. $105 per night on average.
Where To Ski: Seven Springs Ski Resort, which boasts 33 slopes and trails and seven (!) terrain parks.
Also located on fully operational farmland, this luxe, four-bedroom property is comfortable for families (sleeps nine!) — and stunning to boot. We recommend watching the snow fall from the wraparound front porch and ending the day around the fire pit. $415 per night on average.
Where To Ski: Blue Mountain Resort is just five miles from this Palmerton house. Known for having one of PA’s largest vertical drops, it has 40 trails, 16 lifts, and a hill for snow tubing.
The modern farmhouse-style chalet is within walking distance of Lake Harmony and a short-drive away from the historic town of Jim Thorpe, named after the first Native American to win an Olympic gold medal for the United States. During your stay, enjoy three spacious bedrooms, a pool table, a cozy fireplace, and two decks great for entertaining. $282 per night on average.
Where To Ski: Big Boulder, a short five-minute drive from the chalet. The 15-trail mountain promises picturesque views and snowy trails you can enjoy.
With 2,530 square feet, a washer and dryer, a hot tub, AND a pool table, this Pocono Pines property is a true luxury retreat. With seven beds across five bedrooms, this property is best for folks looking to get away with their family members or friends (and will help mitigate the worth-it splurge). While there, pick up take-out burgers and brews from Barley Creek Brewing Company right down the road. $805 per night on average.
Where To Ski: Camelback Mountain, which is home to 39 trails and 15 lifts. For all you skiing haters, there’s a huge snow tubing park.
This post was updated in January 2022.