Whether you're looking to ski, fish, hike, or simply kick back in a quiet pastoral town, Canada is a vacation destination that can certainly help you relax and recharge.
Below, we've tracked down eight charming cabin rentals that can help you get back in touch with Mother Nature.
Average price: $96 per night
This snug, Hobbiton-like cabin on Mayne Island is crafted with sustainable, natural materials. It's located in a pastoral setting that's complete with orchards and sheep. | Book Now
Average price: From $1,945 per week
Located just 10 minutes away from Quebec’s popular ski area Le Massif de Charlevoix, this Scandinavian-inspired cabin designed by Quebec studio Cargo Architecture has a clean, contemporary form and can fit up to 14 guests. | Book Now
Average price: $155 per night
Escape from city living in this 1,200-square-foot, one-bedroom log cabin in the rural Ontario district of Muskoka. Resting against a dramatic rock face in the middle of a maple forest, the cabin has a gourmet kitchen with antique butcher block islands, a commodious loft bedroom, and hand-hewn log walls. | Book Now
Average price: $103 per night
This shingle-roof A-frame near Sechelt Inlet has a massive skylight that floods the interiors with sunshine during the day, an upper level loft bedroom with a balcony, and a claw foot bathtub. | Book Now
Average price: From $1,558 per week
A lovely holiday home by the sea on Nova Scotia’s Cape Breton Island, this cabin is surrounded by walking trails and stunning beaches. Its interior and clapboard facade are inspired by the region's maritime architecture. | Book Now
Average price: $269 per night
Canadian workshop Form and Forest designed this modern vacation home that sits along the Blaeberry River near the town of Golden. It features vaulted ceilings and living room windows that look out to panoramic views of the forest, mountains, and river. | Book Now
Average price: From $1,750 per week
Designed by Brian Mackay-Lyons, this Atlantic coast holiday home has an exterior of Cor-Ten steel. The interiors include wood beam ceilings, a blend of modern and vintage furniture, a 24-foot-wide corner window that looks out to the valleys in the north, and a 12-foot window that frames distant views of the beach. | Book Now
Average price: $173 per night
With enough room to accommodate up to eight guests, this three-bedroom cedar house is located close to Lake Superior and Mont Tremblant, and is a great spot to experience Canada in both sunshine and snow. The property has a solarium, spa, hot tub, and large windows and skylights that give it a bright and open feel. | Book Now
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