10 Uniquely New England Airbnbs To Book This Fall

It’s hard to find a destination that is more pretty since the leaves begin changing in the Fall. From the covered bridges in New Hampshire and ski slopes in Vermont, in Boston to the picture-perfect Beacon Hill, the North East is still a perfect autumn getaway.

We have rounded up our 10 quintessential New England Airbnbs for you to check into this Fall.

1. The Tiny Fern Forest Treehouse

Lincoln, Vermont
Sleeps: 3
Price: $170/night

This treehouse perched in Vermont’s Green Mountain National Forest is an ideal getaway for 2.  The residence is available by a tiny wooden bridge and also a queen mattress is inserted inside. Adding to the coziness of this cabin, a hot bathtub is with views of the famous foliage for nights in the forest of New England.

2. Newbury Treehouse

Newbury, New Hampshire
Sleeps: 4
Price: $450/night

This house in New Hampshire matches the bill if you’re looking with a bit more space for activities. The two story home is minutes away from Lake Sunapee, as well as Mount Sunapee. So if you’re trying to loosen up the past months of summer, or heading north to get a ski weekend, it is possible to call this tree home residence.

3.  Victorian at the Trees

West Cornwall
Sleeps: 4
Price: $180/night

This beautiful house in Connecticut’s Litchfield County dates back to the 1870’sand the owners have lovingly restored it into a perfect getaway destination which boasts charm and history in every corner.   Enjoy a cup of coffee on the huge front porch or soak in the claw foot bathtub before heading into the town that is cute.

4.  Happy Camper

Sleeps: Two
Price: $100/night

Have you ever seen a cuter camper? Place on a 1700’s farmhouse’s property, this vintage Airstream is decked out with quirky artwork, colorful furniture along with a terrace. Guests have their own fire pit and grill to love BBQ, even though the owners live on exactly the property and s amores during the New England nights.

5.  19th Century Church Studio

Brattleboro, Vermont
Sleeps: 4
Price: $75/night

This sunny studio is located in what was once a church built by immigrants in the 1800’s. A couple who used the space as the studio apartment and a stained glass studio is adorned with beautiful glass artwork currently owns the building. The area is just a mile away from downtown Brattleboro and feels quite personal.

6. Eco-Friendly Maine Loft

Franklin, Maine
Sleeps: 5
Price: $90/night

Surrounded by paths to a pond to canoe in, bike and a fully functioning farm, this loft is a place to see the seasons change from New England. The artistic home homes several sculpture and publish studios on web site for you  along with your (adventuresome) bunch of friends to research.

7. Monterey Country House

Monterey, Massachusetts
Sleeps: 8
Price: $500/night

If the green loft in Maine is a bit too abrasive, the Monterey Country House at Massachusetts’ Berkshire County can provide you the identical warmth of this loft but with modern features. The house features a rope swing, vintage board games and fire pit for the team to enjoy the perfect fall weekend.

8. Cape Cod Cottage

Edgartown, Massachusetts
Sleeps: 6
Price: $350/night

As every household, bachelorette party and blogger gets the trip out to Cape Cod for the coveted New England summer, throughout the summer months costs skyrocket. The costs fall, however, the coastal towns are no cute than during the heat of summer.   Participate in a sweatshirt that is comfortable and take in a few last weeks of the beach within this cute Martha’s Vineyard cabin.

9. Green Mountain Cabin

Bolton, Vermont
Sleeps: Two
Price: $130/night

Disconnect from everyday life and get back to nature in this cabin at Vermont’s Green Mountains. Leave your car in the bottom homestead roughly a half mile out of the cabin and increase up to your piece of the forest. The property’s heat source is a single wood  stove and little LED lights offer the only source of light. There is no place even more romantic for a getaway, if you can make due without Internet for a couple of days.

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10. Bittersweet Farm

RI, South Kingstown
Sleeps: 14
Price: $750/night

What better way to welcome the warmer weather compared to by  enjoying with just a tiny bit of garden soccer and toasting s am ores with a passion? The Bittersweet Farm in southern Rhode Island boasts a spacious yard perfect enjoying a weekend with friends surrounded with the New England foliage.

What are your favorite areas for an autumn getaway?