There are few national parks in the United States as impressive as Sequoia. These are the best Airbnbs near Sequoia National Park (and King’s Canyon)!
If you’re looking to spend more than one day in Sequoia National Park, you will definitely need to get accommodation sorted and have a fantastic place to stay while there. There are many Sequoia National Park cabins, Airbnbs, and hotels available to help you out!
This guide covers the best Sequoia National Park Airbnbs – we share our hand-picked favorites that you can book to ensure you have a fantastic trip to the California national park (and memories of the world’s largest tree)!
If you have any Airbnbs in Sequoia that you recommend, please leave them in the comments for us. Thanks!
Best Airbnbs near Sequoia National Park
Located only a couple of minutes away from the Sequoia National Park Entrance and beautiful sights like Salt Creek Land and Lake Kaweah, this luxury house offers the perfect respite for a trip away from the city and to one of the most popular national parks in the US.
The house has a wonderful view of the High Sierra Mountains and is surrounded by lush, green trees and a garden.
The property is designed with a rustic, yet modern style where old-growth Sequoia redwood was used in the construction. Alta Peak House can accommodate up to 4 guests. It has 1 bedroom, 2 large beds, and 1 bath and is suitable for a small family vacation or for couples.
The house also has a fully-equipped kitchen, central air-conditioning, a coffee maker, a beautiful terrace, and many more great amenities to ensure a comfortable stay.
This stylish cabin is located in a very remarkable natural landscape and is ready to welcome guests year-round. It is the perfect place to relax after a long day of hiking in Sequoia National Park!
It is located approximately 5.5 miles away from the Sequoia National Park Entrance and is a very great option for a group of guests or big families to stay in.
The property can host up to 8 guests. It has 3 big bedrooms, 6 large beds, 2.5 baths, a fully-equipped kitchen, air-conditioning, a balcony with a wonderful view of the surrounding nature, terrace, and all the necessary amenities for a relaxing stay.
This dreamy and luxurious Sequoia accommodation has a suite located very close to Sierra Drive and is a dream place for travelers who love the cabin in the woods concept.
The suite is extremely suitable for a romantic getaway because every detail has been put in place with relaxation and pleasure in mind!
The Annex Suite can accommodate up to 2 guests. It has 1 large bedroom, 1 king-size bed, 1 bath with all amenities, fully-equipped kitchen, central heating and air-conditioning, a terrace, patio with BBQ station, hammock, and much more!
Also, you will have easy access to a bike, ping pong table, and a fire pit.
This beautiful riverfront property is located right next to the Kaweah River and is only 14 minutes away from the Sequoia National Park entrance and has easy access to many sights, hikes, and activities.
The newly renovated house was designed by famous architect Cliff May and it can be the perfect vacation destination for your family or group of friends.
The house can host 8 guests. It has 4 big bedrooms · 4 large beds, 3 baths, air conditioning system, fully equipped kitchen, river view terrace, river rock front fireplace, and everything else for your riverfront vacation in Three Rivers and Sequoia National Park.
This Sequoia River Cabin in the woods can be the best place for you to enjoy your romantic vacation with your significant other.
The facility is located on the Main Fork and has private access to the Kaweah River at the Sierra Nevada foothills several miles away from the Sequoia National Park entrance.
The romantic house can accommodate up to 2 guests. It has 1 bedroom, 1 large bed, 1 bath, a fully-equipped kitchen, air-conditioning, fast wifi, propane BBQ extension, and a wonderful terrace on the river shore where you can enjoy your breakfast or get cozy next to the fire in the evenings.
Shiloh is the perfect house for a small family or small group of people who an Airbnb near Sequoia National Park and to discover the surroundings of this part of California.
The property is located only 3 miles away from the Sequoia National Park entrance and only 5 minutes away from the main highway, making the Sequoia Airbnb accessible to just about everything.
The house can host up to 4 guests. It has 2 bedrooms, 4 large beds, 2 baths, a fully-equipped kitchen, free parking, air-conditioning, and a balcony with a gorgeous view of the mountains and surrounding nature where you can admire the sunset with a glass of wine.
This modern cabin is located only a couple of miles away from the Sequoia National Park entrance and very close to the Main Fork of the Kaweah River.
The house has everything for a comfortable stay and to plan tours in Sequoia National Park, especially if you are with your family.
The property can accommodate up to 4 guests. It has 3 big bedrooms, 3 large beds, 1.5 baths, a fully-equipped kitchen, air-conditioning, fast wifi, flatscreen TV, and a fully-furnished terrace with a telescope and table for some unforgettable evenings after a wonderful day spent at the park.
Yet another wonderful property for a romantic stay is this dreamy, fully furnished, and stylish cabin. It truly is one of the best Airbnbs near Sequoia National Park!
The house can accommodate up to 2 guests. It has 1 bedroom, 2 large beds, 1 private bath, a fully-equipped kitchen, air-conditioning, fast WiFi, a coffee station, and a gorgeous garden in front of it with a covered terrace and much more, all with the aim of making your stay comfortable and memorable.
In Three Rivers, you will find this beautiful chalet in the mountains that fits up to 4 people in its one bedroom and one bath.
It is a single-level structure built in an Alpine chalet design. It is only 7 minutes from the entrance to Sequoia National Park and you will fall in love with the property immediately after checking in!
You can enjoy your mornings on the deck overlooking the mountains. There is also free wifi, air-conditioning, an indoor fireplace, and more.
Stylish, yet cozy. This cabin near Sequoia National Park is a dream for those traveling in a small group but wanting a luxury stay near one of the most underrated national parks in the United States.
Fitting up to 4 guests in its 1 bedroom, 1 bath…it is mere minutes from Sequoia National Park, Salt Creek Land, and Lake Kaweah. It has industrial, modern finishes and a fully-equipped kitchen with granite countertops. The furniture is Danish design and there is a beautiful patio with seating and a BBQ.
You’ll have heating, central air-conditioning, a bathtub, and much more.
Just minutes away from Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks sits Sierra Vista, a fantastic home suitable for up to two guests in its one bath, one bedroom.
It is creatively decorated and tucked away high on a private hill surrounded by the beautiful California mountains. While it may feel remote, it is only a stone’s throw away from the restaurants and ‘life’ in Three Rivers.
Inside, you will find a fully-equipped kitchen, fireplace, wifi, and a really comfortable queen-size bed.
If you’re looking for budget accommodation for yourself or if you’re traveling with one other person, this beautiful property 15 minutes from Sequoia National Park is a great place to stay!
It can hosts up to 2 people. It has a private bath and a queen-sized bed. You will have central heating and air, wifi, a washer unit, and free parking in the driveway on-site.
We hope that you were able to find the perfect accommodation by way of these amazing Airbnbs near Sequoia National Park! If there are any Sequoia National Park cabins you recommend, please let us know below!
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