Relax With a Private Spa and Sauna Inside of This Inexpensive Cabin in Massachusetts
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Yes, you read the headline correctly.
There is a personal, infrared sauna inside of a cabin that you can rent out for pretty cheap.
Let's say camping is not your thing. I am talking about the ground, tent, bugs, etc. Then "glamping" is certainly for you.
The difference? Glamping is typically easier, usually includes amenities that would be found at a home or hotel, and allows nontraditional campers to get out in the woods. Glamping often takes place in cabins, A-frames, huts, tipis, etc. There's almost always a bed, but essentially NEVER does it include a sauna.
"Spa in the forest and more. Perfect for a party of two to chill," said Peter N. in a review on June 20, 2022. "The honey theme and infrared sauna is soooo cool ! Mary (the host) really got the details down. You open the door to the Cabin and instant chill. Spa music is on and essential oils in the air. I really feel lucky to spent time here."
To find a cabin in the woods with the peaceful aloneness of camping with a sauna is a crazy find.
Located only two hours from the Seacoast and under $140, this is any glamper's dream stay. The location in Warwick, Massachusetts, and the property is recommended 100% of the time (out of the 50 reviews).
This location is known as "Kula Bata Tiny Kabin Infrared Sauna" and is a hipcamp, as advertised on their website.
Not only does this cabin have a sauna, but the other amenities combine camping, a hotel stay, and a home all in one. They include a dedicated yoga space, washer and dryer, farm sink, fire pit, wrapped and covered porch, and more.
Perhaps I should also mention it is pet-friendly. I need to book this place for myself ASAP.
Curious about booking? Check the page out, reviews, and images of the sweet cabin below.
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