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9 Airbnbs Around Mt. Shasta That Are Out Of This World

9 Airbnbs Around Mt. Shasta That Are Out Of This World

Pack your bags, book an Airbnb, and drive up north—a getaway to the Shasta Cascade awaits you in all its glory.


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July 14, 2021

Craving a summer getaway that isn’t at the beach? Answer the call of the mountains and rent an Airbnb in Mt. Shasta. Wake up to crisp morning air, the smell of fresh pine trees, and unbeatable views of the majestic mountains and forests. Cabins, airstreams, mansions, and more—the choices are endless for beautiful Airbnbs near Mount Shasta. We scoured online for the best Mt. Shasta cabins on Airbnb and compiled the coolest options for you so you don’t have to do the hard work. 

This is the sign you’ve been waiting for. Pack your bags, book an Airbnb, and drive up north with your friends, family, or special someone—a getaway to the Shasta Cascade awaits you in all its glory.

Airbnbs near Mount Shasta You'll Never Want To Leave

1. TheNest Romantic Sanctuary

Price per night: $149

If an eclectic, cabin-chic, home design inspo Pinterest board could come to life, it would look like this unbelievable Airbnb in Mt. Shasta. Jen’s place is not only beautifully decorated on the inside, but it’s also located in a scenic off-the-beaten-path setting you’re bound to love. While you won’t want to leave the premises too often, don’t forget to go out and explore the different Shasta County cities as well. For restaurant recommendations, check out the guest book which Jen has left to be updated by previous tenants—you’ll find a couple of real gems. 

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2. 1950s Cedar Cottage

Price per night: $200

A quaint cedar cabin rental by Lake Shasta, this Airbnb is as charming as they come. You’ll be within walking distance from both the downtown and the lake while enjoying plenty of amenities that enhance your staycation to the max. The rental comes with kayaks you can take out for a float, a barbecue on the deck you can use on cool summer evenings, and a vegetable garden full of organic treats. If you have a well-behaved doggo, feel free to bring them along as well—this cabin near Lake Shasta is pet-friendly.

3. Magical Fairytale Cottage

Price per night: $130

Speaking of fairy tales, this 100-year-old cottage is just the perfect place for a dreamy escape into the mountains. With this two-bedroom Airbnb in Mt. Shasta, you get a complimentary homemade breakfast, a fully stocked kitchen, coffee bar, and backyard access with lovely views of Mount Shasta. An organic grocery store is right across the street, and the opportunities to hike and bike are endless. Don’t even get us started on the sunsets around here—it’s best you see for yourself.

4. Open Space with Views of Mount Shasta

Price per night: $125

Wake up in your own version of a California fairy tale by booking this incredible Airbnb in Mount Shasta. Located on sprawling 3.5 acres of lush greenery, this house is clean, warm, and right at the edge of town with amazing views of Shasta. Step out on the patio in the mornings and you’ll spot plenty of adorable creatures like chipmunks, squirrels, and jackrabbits skittering by—Snow White who?

5. Happy Camper Airstream

Price per night: $111

For a more unconventional Airbnb stay near Mount Shasta, consider booking this cool vintage Airstream in the woods. Perfect for a solo retreat up north, this stylish airstream gives you a perfect balance of privacy and recreation access. You’ll be about five miles away from the town while also being close enough to reach both Siskiyou Lake and Castle Lake—imagine the hiking opportunities! 

6. Rainbow Ridge Ranch

Price per night: $180

This beautiful three-bedroom ranch sits on 40 acres of verdant land and you can have it all to yourself. Well, not exactly all to yourself—the farm animals are also residents of the area. You’ll come across peacocks and llamas, but that’s a part of the fun. You’ll be less than 30 minutes away from awesome hiking trails and beautiful natural landmarks such as Lake Siskiyou, Heart Lake, and Mossbrae Falls. Oh, and how could we forget the mountain views from this Shasta cabin? You’ll be able to spot Black Butte as well.

7. West Face Place Mount Shasta Chalet

Price per night: $681

An incredible chalet with even more incredible views, this three-bedroom Airbnb is the spot for a couple’s retreat in Shasta. This oasis sits at 4,000 feet directly above Lake Siskiyou and is backed by thousands of acres of national forest land. Naturally, it’s surrounded by hiking trails, creeks, and winding rivers. 

Enjoy unparalleled views of the majestic Mount Shasta and have access to an 18-hole golf course, boat rentals, hiking, and biking trails just mere minutes away from your Shasta cabin.

8. Timber Hills Lodge

Price per night: $495

We’ve already established that Shasta is one of the best places to rent a cabin in California no matter the season. But if you're going on a month-long getaway, the Timber Hills Lodge is a strong contender for accommodation of choice. While there’s a 30-day minimum stay policy for this Airbnb in Mt. Shasta, you won’t want to leave sooner anyway.

Go during the summer and you’ll love being within walking distance of top-notch restaurants and shops in the area. If you visit during the winter, you’ll enjoy easy access to Mount Shasta Ski Park—don’t blame us if you start planning a ski trip already.

TheNest is the ideal choice of accommodation for an intimate getaway with your one and only.

9. Deer Haven

Price per night: $545

And finally, the modern and spacious Deer Haven house concludes our list of incredible Airbnb properties to book now around Mount Shasta. Luxurious and elegant, this Airbnb in Mt. Shasta is what architectural cabin dreams are made of. You’ll find huge windows, an expansive green lawn, beautiful details, and a creek running through the property—and frankly, we want to stay here forever.

While you won’t have any direct views of Mount Shasta, you’ll be close to the mountain and recreational opportunities in the area. And of course, the house is also stocked with all the amenities you need to have a comfortable stay. Remember us when you go out to have your morning coffee on the lawn at sunrise.

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