Arizona cabins to rent: Pinetop, Flagstaff, Sedona, Greer

Ask desert dwellers about their happy place and a lot of them will describe a cabin in the woods. There’s something magical about a peaceful cabin tucked away in the mountains, surrounded by shady forest, often with water nearby that sounds so cool and inviting.

That’s what a vacation is supposed to feel like. So get out of the heat and reconnect to nature, all while maintaining a few creature comforts when you rent an Arizona cabin this summer.

Whether you’re looking to spend a night or a week, you can’t go wrong with these 10 beautiful cabins that range from Sedona and Flagstaff, to the Mogollon Rim and across the White Mountains.

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Flagstaff: Arizona Mountain Inn and Cabins

Surrounded by Coconino National Forest, Arizona Mountain Inn offers a high-country escape in the shadow of the San Francisco Peaks. You’ll find a wide variety of cabins nestled in the ponderosa pines.

A cabin at the Arizona Mountain Inn in Flagstaff.

All styles and sizes, from a cozy one bedroom to a large hogan-style cabin that can sleep 16 people, are hidden away on 13 secluded acres. Each cabin comes with a wood-burning stove or fireplace and fully furnished kitchen or kitchenette. Dogs are welcome in most of the accommodations. Cabins start at $202.

Details: 4200 Lake Mary Road, Flagstaff. 928-774-8959,

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