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The Most Beautiful Destinations for Winter Glamping in New England

These exquisite properties will inspire you to plan your next getaway. The best destinations for winter glamping in New England with Glamping Hub.
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Note: This post sponsored by Glamping Hub, who also provided the photos below. 

Have you ever been glamping before? It’s a pretty huge thing right now, and even though it took me a while to understand the appeal, I’ve totally been bitten by the glamping bug, especially for winter adventures. Why? Glamping allows us to enjoy the beauty of the outdoors without having to rough it. It’s more ecologically friendly than staying in a hotel, and it’s a great way to explore unique and quirky accommodations. I’ve spent several hours on Glamping Hub, searching for that perfect winter glamping destination in New England, and I’ve narrowed it down to these eight exquisite properties – the most beautiful destinations for winter glamping  in New England.

 Winter Glamping New England Style

Riverfront Cabin in Montgomery, Vermont

These exquisite properties will inspire you to plan your next getaway. The best destinations for winter glamping in New England with Glamping Hub.

A stay at this little Vermont cabin is a great way to forget all of your troubles and embrace the wonders of winter. Not only does it overlook a magnificent waterfall, but it also comes equipped with all the comforts of home. You’ll find a full kitchen, satellite TV, and a stereo system to set the mood for your adventure.  Get up-close-and-personal with the river and the surrounding forest while hanging out on the awesome wrap-around deck. Fulfill your skiing and snowboarding dreams at the  world-famous Jay Peak Ski Resort, which is just six miles away.  This delightful cabin would make the perfect New England winter vacation for anyone hoping to escape to the woods for a couple of days.

Luxury Glamping Cottage on Private Beach in Cape Cod, Massachusetts

These exquisite properties will inspire you to plan your next getaway. The best destinations for winter glamping in New England with Glamping Hub.

Who says that beachside vacations are only for the dog days of summer? This  luxurious cottage in Truro, Massachusetts can be yours for a view days of winter bliss. Fancy long walks on a wintery beach, followed by a soak in a deep clawfoot bathtub? How about a heavenly sleep in a king size bed next to a crackling fire? Cape Cod is an ideal destination in the winter, especially if you’re seeking solitude. The little village of Truro will spoil you with decadent seafood restaurants, thriving art galleries, and unique shopping opportunities.This New England glamping cottage sleeps four comfortably and dogs are welcome too.

Unique Solar-Powered Dome in Albany, Vermont

These exquisite properties will inspire you to plan your next getaway. The best destinations for winter glamping in New England with Glamping Hub.

Bring your family or a few close friends and hole up in this unique glamping destination in  Vermont. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a kitchen with a wood-burning stove mean you’ll never want to leave this snow retreat. There’s plenty of room to spread out here, and lots of hidden nooks and corners to relax in. If you still feel the need to get out for some adventure, I highly recommend the Craftsbury Nordic Center for cross-country skiing. Stowe, St. Johnsbury, and Newport are all a short drive from your pad, but once you settle in, I seriously doubt you’ll ever want to leave. It’s Vermont glamping at its finest!

Secluded Cabin in the White Mountains, Lisbon, New Hampshire

These exquisite properties will inspire you to plan your next getaway. The best destinations for winter glamping in New England with Glamping Hub.

A sweet outdoor hot tub and a cozy brick fireplace are all you need for a winter retreat at this beautiful New Hampshire glamping cottage on three private acres. This lovely property is located in the heart of the White Mountains, which means you can be on the slopes within minutes if you so desire. A full kitchen and an outdoor barbecue makes things easy, and there’s plenty of room for a family of four, plus one or two adventure-loving dogs.

Little Cabin by the Sea in Rockport, Massachusetts

These exquisite properties will inspire you to plan your next getaway. The best destinations for winter glamping in New England with Glamping Hub.

This small cabin is quite a stunner, complete with two queen-size beds, a cozy loft, and a kitchenette.  Embrace the magic of seaside living in the charming village of Rockport, where you’ll discover sandy beaches, a beautiful marina, and fresh, salty air. Want more reasons to head to the shores of Massachusetts this winter? How about lobster dinners, gorgeous sunrises, and the hiking trails at Halibut State Park. You can’t go wrong with this little gem, and dogs are permitted as long as you call ahead.

Large, Luxurious Rental in Manchester, Vermont

These exquisite properties will inspire you to plan your next getaway. The best destinations for winter glamping in New England with Glamping Hub.

The little town of Manchester in the Green Mountains of Vermont is just about as quintessential New England as you can get, providing visitors with a myriad of restaurant opportunities, one of the country’s best independent bookstores, and lots of high-end shopping. Manchester is also big on wild spaces, and this modern, two-story home is situated on 30 beautiful acres with fantastic views of the surrounding mountains. Housekeeping service, free Wi-Fi, and a full country breakfast are included in your stay, and dogs are welcome too! It’s the perfect combination of extravagance and wilderness, for a getaway you won’t soon forget.

Awesome Tree House in the Berkshires not far from Great Barrington, Massachusetts

These exquisite properties will inspire you to plan your next getaway. The best destinations for winter glamping in New England with Glamping Hub.

One of the coolest aspects of glamping is the fun and quirky accommodations available. This incredible tree house is the ideal winter glamping property. A fully stocked kitchen and wood-burning fireplace will make you feel right at home, and the huge picture windows look out onto a beautifully forested landscape. Otis Ridge Ski Mountain is right down the road, and the bustling village of Great Barrington is just 20 minutes away.

In past winters, we’ve explored more rustic New England camping opportunities, and we loved every minute of it. These properties, on the other hand, are a bit more deluxe, providing a whole lot of comfort in a wild and wintery setting. In fact, winter glamping in New England seems like the perfect way to pass a snowy weekend.

If the properties above haven’t totally inspired you, I highly recommend you make a cup of tea and pop over to Glamping Hub’s New England Portal for a look around. From yurts and safari tents, to tipis and campervans, Glamping Hub has hundreds of New England properties that will fuel your winter glamping inspiration. Want to give the gift of glamping this year? Gift cards are available for use on Glamping Hub destinations all over the world.

Do you have any favorite glamping destinations? I’d love to hear about your adventures in the comments below.

A big shout out to Glamping Hub for providing the inspiration for this post. If you’re inspired to find the perfect New England glamping vacation, please pin this post for later.

These exquisite properties will inspire you to plan your next getaway. The best destinations for winter glamping in New England with Glamping Hub.

24 Comments

  1. THIS is awesome. Sharing the heck out of this! (and making my wish list)

  2. Wow I had no idea there were so many glamping options in New England! Must definitely go back and try one of these out

  3. I didn’t even know there was a glamping rental website. My life has changed. THANK YOU.

  4. I’ve never been to New England but have always wanted to visit. These places look wonderful! The treehouse especially – I can just imagine warming up in front of the wood burner after a long snowy walk – perfect.

  5. I like the treehouse or the dome, think I would prefer something a bit unique. I did a tour through the US about 12 years ago and we ended up staying in a pod instead of camping near Yosemite. It was such a treat with an ensuite, a bed, kitchen and tv!!! I much prefer glamping to camping any day 🙂

  6. So Rockport, MA looks like my top pick of your list but glamping….New England…sign me up for any! This looks like a wonderful vacation plus getting to see the snowy scenery of New England would be marvelous. I am itching to go to Vermont.
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  7. I’ve never been glamping before! I thought camping was actually camping in comfortable, semi-permanent structures not full cabins. Is staying in a cabin still glamping? Anyway, I would love to stay in the Unique Solar-Powered Dome in Albany, Vermont. That looks incredible!!
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  8. Ah, there’s nothing more wintery than being huddled up inside a cabin next to the fireplace! Especially in New England where winter is just magical!

  9. Winter glamping looks so cozy. I especially like the looks of the dome property in Vermont, would love to see the inside. But also Cape Cod’s cottage looks adorable. Would love to visit the northeast in the fall just to experience the colors.
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  10. Wow, I never heard of glamping! Need to check it out! Thanks for sharing

  11. I am not a huge fan of snow and winter, so these places would be more my style! They all look so great so it would be hard to choose!

  12. I have always wanted to go glamping. I would not have thought to go during the winter. This is so beautiful! I would do the yurt in Vermont!

  13. I have a fascination with tree houses so I would love to try the one in the Berkshires. I’m not a camping girl at all but I could definitely deal with glamping!
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  14. As a New Englander, this post is right up my alley! Funny though; I really hate the cold and I’m not a big camper so I might not fare well but luckily these destinations provide the creature comforts I think I would need to survive the chill. The awesome tree house looks so cool but I think that solar-powered dome deserves a visit as I love places that advocate sustainability and it seems super spacious for a family of 6!

  15. Glamping is our favorite word for 2017. We haven’t had a chance to try it yet, but from what we hear, its the best way to travel (luxuriously) 🙂

  16. JEM

    I am now beginning to understand Glamping. Would be nice to stay in one of those places. So Christmas-y. I’ll check out Glamping here in the Original England if we already got it.

  17. Truly awesome weather. I have never experienced winter glamping. After reading the post & watching these wonderful photos, I am inspired & just can’t wait to visit. I hope I could plan this Christmas or new year. Thanks for sharing such a great vacation idea.

  18. Lynn

    Looks and sounds like fun. Thinking about how to treat myself!

  19. I want to go to a little snow covered cabin this winter! The one in Albany, Vermont looks amazing!!!!!

  20. You make Glamping look incredible – some of these places are out of this world beautiful and so luxurious! As a non-camper these places would suit me nicely 🙂

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