Rustic Cabins, Bunkhouses and Artist Retreats

Simple Spaces that Grow from the Earth underhill vt three season cabin

Your Perfect Getaway

"It was a distinct pleasure working with TimberHomes Vermont. Ever professional, THVT kept a rigid schedule and came in slightly under budget. They worked well with the other teams on the project and didn't leave until the job was done and the site clean. The timber frame they produced, using trees taken from our land, forms the solid core of a congenial family gathering space that will serve us for generations. I learned a lot from working with them and I am grateful for the knowledge, skill, and dedication they brought to the project. Thank you, THVT!" — Timothy Wheeler

Gallery of Rustic Cabins, Bunkhouses and Artist Retreats

Off-Grid New Hampshire Cabin

Three-Season Cabin

underhill vt three season cabin

Writer's Retreat Cabin

Cozy timber frame writers retreat

Timber Frame Cabin on an Old Homestead

a Timber Frame Cabin up an old logging road

Maine Guest Cabin

Crossroad Timber Frame Farm Stand

Crossroads Farm in Central Vermont

Moosilauke Crew Cabin

Queen Post Post & Beam with Clerestory Lighting

Moosilauke Ravine Class of '65 Bunkhouse

Bunks and built-in storage space in a Mountain Lodge

Moosilauke Ravine Class of '66 Bunkhouse

Ski Lodge with Porch and Woodshed

Moosilauke Ravine Class of '67 Bunkhouse

Timber Frame Great Room in a New England Ski Lodge

Moosilauke Ravine Class of '74 Bunkhouse

Bunks and Ladders in Timber Lodge

Moosilauke Ravine Class of '78 Bunkhouse

Spacious Mountain Bunkhouse with Structural Timber Frame

Moosilauke Ravine Lodge

Timber Frame chalet in the White Mountains

A Practiced Process

TimberHomes has experience building timber frame cabins that range from one room with a loft to trailside bunkhouses that sleep 30 weary travelers. To learn more about our process, check out our "How We Build" page.

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Client Participation

We love to see raising day become an occasion for our clients to bring friends and family together for the shared purpose of assembling a building that will last for generations. Timber frame cabins and bunkhouses offer a great opportunity for community involvement, and we welcome clients' help with both assembly and enclosure. This speeds the process, strengthens relationships, and reduces costs for the client.

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Local Materials

The timbers, pegs, sheathing, barn doors, trim and flooring in our timber frame cabins all come from the woods and sawmills of the Northeast. Sourcing materials locally and supporting the local forestry economy are not only core values at TimberHomes Vermont, they’re also part of what makes our buildings fit in so well with the landscape.

Meet Our Sawyer

Inspiring Spaces

Whether your timber frame cabin will be used as a guest house, a studio space or as a workshop, it will be a place that will endure for generations.

Sweet Cabins We Love

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