What could be more romantic than hiding from everyone and everything in a secluded cabin? Honeymooners looking for sanctuaries far from the crowds should consider staying in some of these breathtaking holes, set in the midst of beautiful nature.

Boulder Mountain Guest Ranch

Boulder, Utah

There is a lot to see around the Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument, a chic rock paradise in remote Utah. This land, which is far from the airport, is a land full of slot canyons, dinosaur fossils, petrified wood, and myriad paths to move up and down. Stay in the internet of serenity at the Boulder Mountain Guest Ranch, a 150-acre eco-conscious paradise criss-crossed by hiking trails. With teepees, a yurt, a campsite, and well-equipped cabins, it’s set in a variety of pastures, wetlands, and rolling terrain. Sweetwater Kitchen, a farm restaurant, sources ingredients from its gardens and orchards. Ideal for weddings, family reunions, workshops or solo reflections, the ranch can host any event – it even has a recording studio.

Boulder Mountain Ranch

Ranch in the Emerald Valley, a Broadmoor Wilderness Property

Colorado Springs, Colorado

Haven’t you always longed for herds of cattle? Here is the place. Colorado’s beloved grandmother, The Broadmoor, a beacon near Pikes Peak, is an iconic vacation scene. However, travelers looking for more intimate digs should turn to their descendants, Wilderness Properties, three uniquely-engineered mountain camp experiences located in less populated terrain nearby. Choose the ranch in the Emerald Valley, a bygone Girl Scout camp re-envisioned by The Broadmoor that features 10 western infused cabins ranging from one to three bedrooms. The all-inclusive on-site experience includes ranching, archery, kayaking, hiking, gourmet cookouts, or horseback riding. Would you like to have Brunch or Spa at Broadmoor? The big house is just a phone call away.

Emerald Valley

The resort at Paws Up

Greenough, Montana

All-inclusive Paws Up, the world’s most glamorous dude ranch, coined the term “glamping” and is located on 37,000 hectares of dream-laden Montana countryside. The sanctuary is so immense that the resort likes to say it measures social distance in hectares rather than feet. It has cabins and houses, although it is best known for its six luxury tented camps spread across the ranch. To be pampered in upscale cowboy style, check into a spacious Big Timber House, one of several exquisite cabins that come with fully equipped kitchens and hot tubs. The Paws Up is open all year round and has pretty much anything you could want from fly fishing to paintball, ice skating to skiing, whispering horses to cooking classes, painting to spa treatments.

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Paws up

Togwotee Mountain Lodge

Moran, Wyoming

A delightful piece of hut that every former camper would like to experience again. This delightfully old smelting site is conveniently located near Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. Togwotee was opened in 1923 to awaken the inner Eagle Scout. It was opened for nature lovers – and continues to do so today. The name Togwotee, which comes from a local indigenous language, mystically means “right there”. Here guests can immerse themselves deeply in nature. In the summer you are likely to see bears, moose or wild horses. In winter, this roughhewn resort becomes the world’s top snowmobile destination. Enjoy one of the 54,400 square meter comfortable cabins with an electric fireplace and kitchenette.

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Togwotee Mountain Lodge

The Cotton Gin Village

Fredericksburg, Texas

Just a short drive from Austin, in the heart of the Texan wine country, the German-voiced Fredericksburg has long been a popular day trip for central Texans. But why not stay the night? With social distancing measures at a number of wineries, shops, and restaurants, and excellent walking and biking trails nearby, the area promises to be a fulfilling long weekend of fun. Choose Cotton Gin Village, located like a portal to the Texas Hill Country Wine Trail. With seven original, restored log houses from the 19th century (and a few cottages), the ambience pays homage to the region’s rural past. Inside special amenities include wood fireplaces, wood frame beds, and a free breakfast picnic basket. straight to your door.

Cotton gin

Cotton gin