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Sedona, Arizona, is one of the most stunning destinations in the US. The town is known for its vivid red rocks, Native American history and communities, and spiritual, healing energy. It oozes a mystical vibe and the area draws tourists seeking peace, rejuvenation, and healing. Sedona is said to be home to spiritual vortexes, which many believe are powerful and transformational energy centers. If you want to explore the surrounding area, you can base yourself in Sedona for trips to places such as the Grand Canyon, Slide Rock State Park or the nearby mountain biking routes. There are also plenty of incredible sights to see in Sedona itself, why not go on a tour to get the best bits?

By Jeremy Bishop

When traveling to Sedona, there’s no better place to stay than in a rustic cabin, where you can connect with nature and the area’s mysterious energy. From cabins situated in the surrounding red rock, through to places to stay close to downtown Sedona, here are some of the best cabin vacation rentals in Sedona:


Oak Creek Cabin

Oak Creek Cabin has everything you need for your stay in Sedona. Nestled in Oak Creek Canyon, the cabin, which is one of ten cabins, offers all the home comforts you need for a cozy break. It’s a great alternative to the popular Briar Patch Inn and the cabins are spread across a two-and-a-half-acre property, with breathtaking views of the surrounding red rocks. Some cabins come with queen beds or king beds, television, WiFi, and a kitchenette. There’s a garden with a waterfall and foliage on-site and it’s a truly relaxing place. The view of the starry sky at night is something you’ll never forget. A cabin sleeps up to four people and they have been recently renovated, featuring a modern interior.

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Charming Log Cabin

This charming log cabin boasts a great location, just a few miles north of Sedona. The cabin is surrounded by canyons on three sides meaning the views are truly unbeatable. The charming log cabin has a rustic design and features hammocks, a wood burner, and cozy decor. It’s surrounded by pine trees, and is a short walk from Oak Creek, where you can go swimming or fishing in fresh creek water. The cabin is perfect for friends and family, complete with three bedrooms and sleeping up to ten people. It’s got a full kitchen, private patio, porch and tons of charm. If you’re going on a family vacation, this is the cabin for you!


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Romantic Sedona Cabin

Casita Bonita is a romantic cabin in Northern Arizona, close to Sedona and the Grand Canyon. It’s a beautiful cabin, nestled in the pines with stunning views. The cabin has a large decking which wraps around the entire hut, and you’ll find patio furniture and a porch swing where you can unwind. Casita Bonita has all the home comforts you could possibly dream of, with a huge TV, Netflix, WiFi, movies, and board games, meaning you can take refuge and (almost) never need to leave. The cabin can sleep up to six people and has a well-equipped kitchen.

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Cathedral Rock View Cabin

You’ll be rewarded with stunning views of Cathedral Rock from this cute cabin. Kick back on the porch or patio and savor the stunning surrounding scenery and fresh air. The cabin is said to be on a vortex line, with many visitors coming to soak up the area’s healing energy. The property backs on to a dry creek where you can spot wildlife such as javelinas, quail, and coyotes. When it rains, the creek swells and the rush of the water is perhaps one of the most relaxing sounds on the planet — no exaggeration. It’s a cute cabin that can sleep up to five people across two bedrooms and a loft. It has a full kitchen, fireplace, barbeque grills and patio furniture.

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A-Frame Sedona Cabin

This stunning A-frame cabin boasts a prime location, overlooking Cathedral Rock. The cabin sits right behind the Coconino forest and offers spectacular views of Sedona’s red rocks. It’s in an isolated location, and feels like you’re really alone in nature — you’ll be unlikely to spot any neighbors. There are tons of hike trails surrounding the property (and plenty of amazing hiking opportunities in Arizona in general) and you can really get off the grid as there’s no internet and not much signal. The cabin can sleep up to eight guests.

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Historic Log Cabin

This historic log cabin sits tucked away in the trees in Oak Creek. The cabin was built with the salvage from “The Call of the Canyon” and it’s a rustic hut with everything you need for a perfect, relaxing break. The cabin has a well-equipped kitchenette, a patio with charcoal grill, and a chiminea to keep you nice and cozy. It can sleep up to two guests and is the perfect place for a romantic getaway for you and your significant other.

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