Do you have what it takes to spend 48 hours in a quiet, quaint, off-the-grid cabin in the middle of the woods?

If you need an escape from reality, you’ll get it at the G Frame, an off-grid cabin and wood stove sauna hidden in rural Sanbornton, New Hampshire.

Whatever you are bringing in with you, you’ll have to carry or cart to the cabin from the main house 1,000 feet away. In theory, what’s the big deal, right? Who doesn’t love a five-minute stroll with some luggage in tow? But with snow on the ground, the trek is not so casual. Your superhosts Alex and Colleen will offer you snowshoes and a sled to help get where you’re going.

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In that sled, you can plan on packing the necessities like body wipes and a cooler because there is no fridge, hot water, or shower where you’re going. Also, there is no kitchen or fancy coffee machine. This is a butane-powered Coleman burner and French press experience.

People who really need to get away or go into hiding for a bit can even rent the tiny cabin for up to 28 days at a time. It's the perfect place to ghost friends and family while you channel your inner Henry David Thoreau or produce the next great folk album.

The best part, reviewers have noted, is the cedar, wood stove barrel sauna. Using only a bundle of firewood, this sauna gets so hot that you will voluntarily jump into the snow outside to cool off.

Dozens of reviews call this private cabin magical and dreamy, noting that the superhosts have very carefully crafted a space that brings you into nature and feeling at peace the minute you step inside.

The Off-Grid G Frame Cabin in Rural Sanbornton, New Hampshire

Do you have what it takes to spend 48 hours in a quiet, quaint, off-the-grid cabin in the remote New Hampshire woods?