Stay Cozy At These Heated Cabins And Yurts Near Vancouver

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Stay Cozy At These Heated Cabins And Yurts Near Vancouver

Exploration doesn’t always have to take place far away from home. Especially when the weather is chilly – sometimes the best getaways are just a hop, skip and a jump away. Check out these heated cabins and yurts near Vancouver for your next staycation.

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Floating Cottage in Richmond

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Photo: Airbnb

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Photo: Floating Cottage in Richmond/Airbnb

This fully-heated adorable rustic cabin is a classic float home built on the shores of the Fraser River. At just 850-square-feet, it’s a cozy and relaxing place to go with the flow. You can relax while soaking in the claw-foot bathtub and keep warm by the indoor fireplace. Its proximity to Vancouver makes it the perfect spot to get away for a night or two. This gem is available to book through Airbnb for about $125 per night.

Wildwood Cabin on Bowen Island

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A classic cabin nestled amongst five acres of lush forest. Check out the eclectic beach town of Bowen Island while staying warm in this cozy spot. The cabin is heated, has a fire pit and is close to the best nature trails and pristine beaches the island has to offer. You can book your stay on Airbnb for about $100 per night.

Creekside Cottage in West Vancouver

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If you love tiny houses—this is for you. Go minimalist for a weekend and stay at this little heated cottage in West Vancouver. At 12×15-feet, this cabin is the definition of cozy. It’s also in a secluded spot that is close to hiking trails and just steps away from the ocean. Check it out on Airbnb for about $100 per night.

Log Cabin in Gibsons

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Take a short ferry to the Sunshine Coast for a relaxing getaway in nature. This log cabin is heated, has an indoor fireplace, outdoor fire pit and even a hot tub. It also comes equipped with a wood burning stove, a hammock, darts, Apple TV and anything else you could ever need for a relaxing weekend away. Take a look at Airbnb, where it’s listed for about $85 per night.

Sea Yurt on Vancouver Island

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Check out this cool spot for a unique getaway. The sea yurt is ‘oceanfront paradise’ in Black Creek, which is in between Courtenay and Campbell River. The yurt is equipped with heating, a jetted soaker tub and a gas fireplace to keep warm. Find this hidden gem on Glamping Hub, for about $285 per night.

Luxury Tent in Halfmoon Bay

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A truly luxurious glamping experience nestled in the forest for those looking for an enchanting getaway. The heated tent house has a king-size bed overlooking the ocean, a fireplace, heated slate floors, and a private veranda for two. Check out this gorgeous spot on Glamping Hub, at about $550 per night.

For more amazing places in BC, check out this magical spa on Vancouver Island or the ultimate Winter getaway—Marble Canyon.

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