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Getaway brings its off-the-grid cabins to the West Coast

Nena Farrell  – October 25, 2018 | Updated December 4, 2018

If you’re looking for a beautiful glamping escape that’s blissfully unplugged (that’s right, we mean WiFi-free), there’s a cabin for that.

Hospitality startup Getaway’s cabins are meant to provide a beautiful, yet mindful, retreat from the bustle of daily life, with outposts already clustered a few hours away from three major cities in the East Coast. Getaway’s newest crop of cabins is slated to open in the San Bernardino National Forest, set on 59 acres of land in Running Springs near Lake Arrowhead and Big Bear.

The modern tiny cabins are designed to offer the comforts of home, while encouraging a better connection to nature via a massive window that showcases the surrounding nature, a private outdoor space, a guide to outdoor activities in the area, and even a lockbox for mobile devices to guarantee you won’t be tempted to check your feeds.

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The 40-cabin L.A. outpost offers 30 two-person cabins and 10 four-person cabins, which are available to book starting this winter with nightly rates from $99. Strategically spaced out so that each cabin has a good dose of privacy, the tiny cabins range from 136-200 square feet, and include queen-size bed(s), mini-kitchen, bathroom, and a private outdoor area with a firepit and cooking grate. We can’t wait to get cozy in the woods this winter!