visit Alabama’s newest tiny cabin destination
There’s nothing like taking a moment to slow down, unplug, and relax in nature. Since 2015, Getaway has offered mindful escapes to modern tiny cabins. Getaway is a health and wellness hospitality company on a mission to make space in the world for free time, offering mindful escapes to tiny cabins nestled in nature where guests can take a break from work, WiFi, and routines.
Getaway builds Outposts, collections of tiny cabins, within a two-hour drive of major cities, outfits them with the comforts of home, and rents them by the night. Everything about the experience, from the location of the land to the design of the cabins and the lack of WiFi and cell service, is designed to help guests unplug from the stress of daily life, reset, and embrace simple pleasures like nature and a campfire.
Getaway has 30 Outposts with over 600 cabins located outside of Atlanta, Austin and San Antonio, Boston, Charlotte and Raleigh, Chicago, Cleveland and Pittsburgh, Dallas, Houston, Los Angeles, Nashville, New York, Portland, Seattle, and Washington, D.C.
The hospitality company recently opened their first Alabama outpost in October 2022, Getaway Coosa River.
Located in Childersburg, AL, a one hour drive from Birmingham and 2.5 hours from Atlanta, this is the second Outpost in the area, following the success of Getaway Chattahoochee in Suches, GA.
Getaway Coosa River features 45 cabins across 192 acres, featuring rolling hills, wetlands and gorgeous wildlife. Each cabin is naturally secluded with contact-free check-in and check-out, AC/heat, a comfortable bed, a large picture window to gaze at the stars and wake up in the trees, books and games, a toilet and hot shower, kitchenette with a two-burner stovetop and mini fridge, outdoor fire pit with Adirondack chairs and a picnic table. Getaway Coosa River is the first Outpost to include new premium cabins with river views, hammocks, a smokeless fire pit and chef station, outdoor string lights and waterproof shade sails.
For guests interested in exploring, the Outpost also features an onsite trail and is a quick drive to longer trails and activities such as the Desoto Caverns.
“At Getaway, we believe that free time is a right that should be made a ritual. Our cabins offer space for people to honor their free time, disconnect from work and technology and reconnect with their loved ones and themselves,” said Jon Staff, Founder and CEO of Getaway. “Now more than ever, people are seeking short, frequent escapes to nature and focusing on their mental health and wellbeing. We look forward to bringing the Getaway experience to more people in new cities across the country.”
In 2020, Getaway saw a 150% increase in bookings year-over-year and nearly 100% occupancy on its existing portfolio. In 2021, even as air travel returned and people began to take international trips again, Getaway saw additional growth and even expanded its footprint in the U.S. with Outposts near Chicago, Nashville and Seattle.
For more information and to book your next stay, visit www.getaway.house.