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Frequently asked questions

What is the price range for San Diego County cabins?
Check out our broad selection of cabins in San Diego County, which cost between $65 and $147 per night. Prices reflect current offers and availability is subject to change. Additional terms may apply.
Why stay in a San Diego County cabin?
It’s simple — cabin retreats offer peace and tranquility at an incredible price. They’re usually tucked away from noisy traffic and provide a rustic, cozy experience for those who need a break from their 9-to-5 routine. Imagine waking up to the sounds of birds singing, sunbathing on a private deck and taking in incredible views as you begin your day. Secure your cabin in San Diego County and you’ll soon be resting under a canopy of stars, surrounded by nature.
Where are great San Diego County cabins?
With cabin rentals located throughout San Diego County, every stretch of this appealing region is made for exploring! From rustic cabins in the wilds surrounded by outdoor pursuits to luxury cabins along the water where the goal is relaxation, here’s where you can find your ideal property:

  • San Diego: Bunk down in one of the 613 cabins in and around this city and appreciate the nature outside your door. Drop by Old Town San Diego State Park and Torrey Pines State Reserve for more time outdoors.
  • La Jolla: Offering 619 cabins of all varieties, you can pick your own adventure here. Old Town San Diego State Park and Torrey Pines State Reserve are must-see’s when you’re in town.
  • Carlsbad: Old Town San Diego State Park and Torrey Pines State Reserve help make this city a hit with nature enthusiasts. Discover these sights from any of the 620 cabin rentals around the area.

What are some great San Diego County mountain cabins?
Adventure is inescapable when you pick a San Diego County mountain cabin. Trek around mighty peaks or simply drink in the dazzling views from one of these top retreats:

  • Piute Trail Lodge Lake Cuyamaca – Escape into nature at this cabin escape in San Diego County. Lock in a few nights and you’ll have access to amenities such as childrens activities and on-site watersports.
  • Cabin - Julian Flat Top Mountain Getaway – Situated in San Diego County, this escape comes with nearby birdwatching activities and nearby wildlife walks in addition to gorgeous natural settings.

Are there any San Diego County cabin rentals with hot tubs?
Take your escape to a whole new level of relaxation at one of these San Diego County cabin rentals with hot tubs:

  • Julian 1927 Historic Cabin Retreat – Spend your days adventuring outside and your nights relishing a good, long plunge at this San Diego County cabin. Amenities including winery tours and a king bed help make this getaway a popular choice.
  • Cabin - Coral Tree House – Also equipped with a hot tub, this Rainbow cabin rental will make your next trip extra dreamy. A swimming pool and free WiFi are other things you’ll love about this place.

What are some San Diego County cabins with pools?
After a fun-filled day adventuring in the great outdoors, there’s nothing more refreshing than hopping into a pool. If you love the thought of going for a splash around whenever you fancy on your escape, take a look at these San Diego County cabins with pools:

What are some great cabins in San Diego County?
Travelocity has San Diego County cabins of all budgets, shapes and sizes. Whether you’d like to impress your love with a romantic cabin or get adventurous with friends from a mountain lodge, we’ll help you find your ideal pad. These two options are just the start: