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If you’re looking for that perfect cabin stay to complete your vacation in Washington, you’ll have lots of great options to choose from. There are cabins nestled in the mountains, cabins that provide the perfect lake getaway, and even cabins by the beach. No matter what your budget and style, you’re sure to find the ideal place among these top rentals in the Evergreen State.
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The Lake Wenatchee Cabin is the perfect rental to book for those who want to spend lots of time on the lake and enjoy day trips to the Bavarian village of Leavenworth, less than a 30-minute drive away. In the summertime, you’ll be able to enjoy swimming, fishing, kayaking and other water sports on the lake as well as hikes on the trails that wind through the Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest. In the winter, skiing can be enjoyed nearby at Stevens Pass. No matter when you visit, you can look forward to soothing sore muscles in the hot tub with a view. The cabin sleeps seven in three bedrooms and also includes a full kitchen, wood stove, washer/dryer, and Weber grill.
A popular mountain Airbnb in Washington, this property is ideally located along the clear sapphire and emerald waters of Lake Crescent in the heart of Olympic National Park. A seven-bedroom cabin, it includes large windows that face the water where you can fish for Beardslee trout (a native species only found here), swim, kayak, and more. The wrap-around deck is fabulous for relaxing with a view and it even comes with complimentary kayaks so you explore the 12 miles of forested shoreline with little secluded coves and beaches.
This two-bedroom cabin is nestled in the forest along the Skykomish River close to scenic hiking trails, Lake Wenatchee and skiing at Stevens Pass. It offers plenty of space indoors and out for up to 10 guests, along with fabulous amenities. It has a hot tub, fire pit, and gas grill outside, and inside the gas fireplace provides a relaxing ambiance. Some of the other amenities include a washer/dryer, two flat-screen Smart TVs, and a fully equipped kitchen with a Keurig and automatic drip coffeemaker. Your hosts have thoughtfully included coffee pods, condiments, spices and toiletries too.
A popular glamping spot in Washington, this 1950s cabin is tucked into the woods in a scenic cove just steps from Lake Sutherland and only minutes from Olympic National Park. While it includes modern amenities, the cedar is all original and you’ll have a wood stove as well as a deck and a dock area for relaxing with a view.
For those looking to explore Mount Rainier National Park, this A-frame cabin looks like something out of a fairytale. It’s just a one-minute walk from the Nisqually River and includes a wood stove along with a loft accessed by a pull-down staircase with a queen bed for two.
This 1960s cabin is a mix of vintage and modern, with its original architecture preserved and modern amenities added. It accommodates up to six and includes a TV with Firestick, a record player, Wi-Fi, a wood-burning stove, and a full kitchen inside. Outside you’ll have a fire pit and cedar soaking hot tub – plus, it’s just four miles from Mount Rainier National Park, hiking, fishing, and more.
This cedar log cabin in the woods offers a private, secluded retreat for up to four guests. It’s ideally situated for spending time at the beach and hiking in Olympic National Park, five miles south of Taholah and five miles north of Moclips. It has a wood stove with kindling and firewood supplied as well as a fire pit for marshmallow roasting and S’mores. You’ll have a fully stocked kitchen and an enchanting view of the forest from the bedroom to wake up to as well.
Built from reclaimed wood, this cabin is practically on the water it’s so close, nestled next to a pond filled with koi fish, ducks and turtles. There are two waterfalls on the property, one that’s right next to a hot tub providing an incredibly relaxing experience. It has a full kitchen, two flat-screen cable TVs, a DVD player, and a washer/dryer.
This modern, traditionally built cabin sleeps up to eight guests and is surrounded by picturesque trails for hiking and biking in the summer, and cross-country skiing in the winter. There are lakes and rivers nearby, and you’ll be just a short drive from downtown Winthrop and its fun shops and tasty eateries too. It includes an open loft with a TV and foosball, a gourmet kitchen, dining room and bar.
For a beach cabin stay, you may not find anything better, especially if you’re looking for something more remote and secluded. A two-story cabin, it’s nestled in the trees on 23 private acres that includes more than 1,200 feet of exclusive beach access and spectacular views of the Pacific. It has two bedrooms, sleeping up to six in four beds, along with a fully-functional kitchen with all the essentials included so that you can prepare your own meals. It also has a laundry room so you won’t have to pack wet sandy clothes, along with a covered deck that has a barbecue and fire pits.
It’s hard to get more relaxing than this beautiful riverfront cabin for two. It overlooks the Snoqualmie River and includes a deck where you can look forward to sipping your morning coffee or tea with a gorgeous view. That view can also enjoy from the soothing hot tub, perfect for relaxation after a day of play in the Cascade Mountains, just minutes from your door. It has a full kitchen that’s very well stocked with items for baking as well as a BBQ for grilling. In the summer, you can use the dock to jump in for a swim or take out the complimentary canoe or kayak for a paddle.
Located on nearly three-quarters of an acre property, this two-bedroom cabin sleeps four and is just five minutes from the entrance of Mount Rainier National Park. It overlooks peaceful Big Creek and boasts views of the Osborn Mountains from large chalet-style windows. It includes a full-size kitchen, washer/dryer, wood-burning stove, a flat-screen TV with Netflix, and an extensive library with books for the kids and adults.
Located east of Snohomish in the lush Cascades, this rental includes both a tiny cabin and a trailer. The cabin sleeps two while the trailer accommodates three, making it ideal for a family with older kids or friends traveling together. You’ll have access to a sandy beach for swimming in the summer, and scenic hiking trails too. Stevens Pass is about a 45-minute drive east for winter skiing.
Just a short drive from charming downtown Port Townsend, this cabin has its own 100-foot stretch of beach on Discovery Bay. Set atop a bluff 70 feet above the water, guests enjoy magnificent views, while steps lead down to the sand with chairs and an “old school State Park grill for roasting hot dogs, crab or S’mores. In the summer, swimming or snorkeling is possible too. The cabin was built by the hosts’ grandfather in 1939 and sleeps up to two, making it ideal for a couples’ stay. The perfect spot for enjoying tranquility while being close to city attractions, it includes an original booth from the old Lands End Restaurant in Port Townsend, a fireplace, kitchen, and a propane gas grill.
If you’re looking for a quick escape from Seattle, this “treehouse” is just 45 minutes away. It’s actually supported by posts and set atop a hill, high up among the trees, but it provides a similar feel immersed in nature. One of the highlights is the soaking tub with sits by the fireplace and a TV so you can even soak while you watch free Netflix. A kitchenette is included too.