more about: cabins

We’ve got your new favorite tradition: Thanksgiving camping

News flash: You don’t have to spend the holidays cooped up at home—you could be camping. Why not celebrate Thanksgiving, Christmas, or New Year’s in one of nine safari tents pitched at Napa’s Pope Valley Winery? TerraVelo Tours will do all the work, of course: cooking your meals; making the beds (yes, beds); and organizing wine tours and truffle hunts ($2,600/person/4 nights). Or, if waves are your thing, […]

The great American cabin

So, the New York Times’s T magazine is catching on to what Westerners have known for pretty much ever: Nothing beats a cabin for nourishing the American soul.

Labor Day travel finds: Burning Man, Bumbershoot—and more

Book now: 10 dreamy cabin escapes for fall

Every autumn it happens: By the time the weather chills, and it occurs to me that I want to escape to a cozy cabin in the woods—it’s too late to book one. This year, I’m vowing not to let that happen. I’m planning now for my fall getaway.