Stay In This Cozy Little National Seashore Cabin In Massachusetts For Less Than $130 Per Night

We all deserve a nice little getaway from time to time, and sometimes there’s no better place to get away in Massachusetts than to Cape Cod. The most rural, undeveloped town on the Cape happens to be Truro, 70 percent of which is set within the Cape Cod National Seashore. If you’re looking for a peaceful place to get away, there’s a cozy cabin in the National Seashore that may be the perfect place for you to stay any time of year.

With its pristine beaches on both the bay and ocean sides, vast sand dunes, numerous kettle ponds, hiking trails, and bike paths for outdoor recreation, Cape Cod is one of the best places to relax and connect with nature. Much of the town of Truro is undeveloped making it the perfect town for the ultimate escape.

Tucked away in the Cape Cod National Seashore in Truro, there’s a cozy cabin that provides the privacy and seclusion you may be seeking in a getaway. And you’ll have plenty of opportunities to connect with nature here as well.

Priced at under $130 per night, this cabin can only be rented by the week.

This cabin is a cozy, rustic home away from home. The living room is a homey spot to relax, read a book, or watch TV and is right next to the kitchen.

The quaint kitchen has the basics you need to cook your own meal as well as a small dining table.

This cabin can accommodate up to four people which is perfect for families. The first bedroom has a double bed.

The second bedroom has two twin beds, ideal for children. The cabin also has one bathroom.

On the nice, warm days, feel free to sit out on the deck with woodland views and breathe in the fresh, salty Cape Cod air!

Would you like to stay at this cozy, secluded cabin in Truro on Cape Cod? If so, visit Airbnb to book your stay.

Interested in other cozy cabins? Read our post about five Massachusetts cabins with hot tubs, perfect for a cozy getaway!

Address: South Truro, Truro, MA 02667, USA

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