Enjoy a Weekend Getaway with a Hot Tub at These Cozy Airbnbs across New England
From day trips to weekend getaways, our biweekly Traveler newsletter shows you the best of New England and beyond.
New England weather comes with two guarantees: A) It will be volatile and B) It will sometimes be cold. Winter, spring, summer, or fall, you’re never safe from a cold snap whether it be after the sun goes down after a warm summer day or part of a long winter freeze. Luckily there’s a solution: hot tubs. Naturally, you might not have one of these handy and ready in your own home, so these AirBnbs have got you covered for a warm, bubble-filled night (or morning or afternoon) and a relaxing weekend getaway, no matter the time of year.
A Chalet in the Berkshires
3 bedrooms, can accommodate up to 9 guests, from $297 a night
You cannot beat the mountain views like the ones at this lodge at the top of the Berkshire peaks. Of course, it can get chilly at night up at this elevation, which is where the hot tub comes in. Enjoy this one from the stone patio, where you can take in majestic sunrises and sunsets with the sounds of the backyard waterfall in the background. Inside, the home is equally stunning, with soaring ceilings and a dramatic stone fireplace so beautiful it rivals the mountain views.
A Cabin on the Rhode Island Coast
3 bedrooms, can accommodate up to 6 guests, from $400 a night
Who said log cabins were just for the woods? This one in Charlestown, Rhode Island is close to the beach, so you can hit the waves if you’re visiting in warmer weather. But if it’s chilly out, you’ll stay extra warm with the indoor hot tub. When you’re ready to dry off, there’s a fire pit outside for making smores, or a game room for a round of pool, table tennis, or Foosball.
A Woodsy New Hampshire Getaway
2 bedrooms, can accommodate up to 6 guests, from $120 a night
You can enjoy the wilderness of New Hampshire without ever leaving this rental. Set on a double lot, this home offers an extra large wooded backyard where you’ll find a grill, a fire pit, and of course, a hot tub. If it’s somehow too cold to even enjoy a soak, you can head inside, where a wood stove offers the chance to curl up by a fire while enjoying the great indoors.
A Post and Beam Home in the Mountains
3 bedrooms, can accommodate up to 8 guests, from $586 a night
A hot tub on the priate deck of a home overlooking the mountains: What could be better? Some might argue the location of this contemporary spot is even more appealing, given that it’s only minutes away from those mountain trails, delighting ski bunnies everywhere. If you prefer to not freeze your tush off, there’s shopping and restaurants to enjoy in the nearby towns and a fireplace to enjoy once you’ve racked up a bill.
A Cottage Retreat in Western Massachusetts
2 bedrooms, can accommodate up to 4 guests, from $264 a night
Enjoy all the best of the Berkshires in this cottage, from the winter ski trails to the shops of nearby downtown Great Barrington. Whatever your preference, you can come back at the end of your day trip to enjoy this rental overlooking the picturesque woodlands of the area. The hot tub here is located on a 500-square foot deck that overlooks a backyard with a hammock for a little post-soak nap.
A Bohemian Bungalow in Vermont
2 bedrooms, can accommodate up to 5 guests, from $225 a night
This cozy and chic two-bedroom apartment lands you in the heart of Winooski, just a short walk from restaurants, shopping, bars, coffee shops, and the Winooski River. While the location may be perfect for a busy weekend getaway, you might not want to leave this chic little perch with its three-season porch, Smart TV primed for movie nights, and of course, a brand new outdoor hot tub.
A Waterfront Escape in Maine
3 bedrooms, can accommodate up to 6 guests, from $485 a night
Life at this chalet is a little more colorful…and not just because of the LED lights in the brand new hot tub overlooking Sand Pond. You’ll enjoy this spot any time of year, whether you’re sitting under the covered deck near the propane fireplace, having a backyard picnic on the patio, or enjoying some water sports on the pond via the private dock. You probably won’t want to go inside this rustic home, but if you can tear yourself away from the great outdoors, a cozy abode waits with plenty of comfy furniture and water views.