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Washington State is blessed with beautiful destinations with coastal waters, striking mountains, national park lands and vibrant city life. And fortunately, there’s a cabin for whatever backdrop couples would like for a break away from everyday life. We’ve compiled a list of cabins that range from modern, artistic to traditional and rustic, that will serve as an incredible place for the two of you to fall in love all over again.
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Couples will certainly enjoy the crisp chic appeal of this rental. If you’re not a fan of the darker woodsy cabins, this is a refreshing option for you. Conveniently located, guests are close to Mount Rainier National Park, coffee shops, and restaurants, and are only two hours from the exciting city of Seattle. Alluring amenities here include an ultra-comfy Casper mattress and an indoor hot tub.
Guest’s jaws drop when entering this gorgeous a-frame, near the river. If you’re looking to explore Mount Rainier National Park, this is a picture-perfect place to retreat to at the end of a day of hiking. Inside simply gleams with sleekness and simplicity. Stars are notably vibrant when staring up at the sky while sitting by the lovely fire pit. One of our favorite features here would have to be the cedar hot tub.
Do you and your love enjoy the city and a little bit of cabin life at the same time? This is the spot then. While being within the outskirts of the city of Seattle, guests still have a gorgeous water view and lots of privacy. Inside is an open concept yet ultra-cozy layout, and the exterior features a sitting area with a towering stone fireplace.
For this waterside abode, it’s all about the little touches. In the kitchen, a chalkboard features a welcome message, and there is the most precious coffee bar built into the wall, with coffee and tea to start the day. Kayaks are available for guests to use, and there are multiple outdoor dining and lounging spaces. The overall feel is vibrant and bright, and dogs are allowed to crash your romantic getaway.
Located near Lake Wenatchee, there is an abundance of outdoor recreational activities available to couples who choose to make this their escape. The wooden abode feels relatively traditional within its interior, with the living room featuring a wood-burning stove. Outside is lush and green in the summer, and the covered hot tub sets off to the side. You will also be close to Leavenworth when staying here.
While this cabin can sleep multiple people, it’s perfectly okay for couples to have a little, actually a lot, of extra room! Spread out amongst the beautiful property, meander outside and breathe in the fresh air, or spend your nights in the hot tub. Being in the town of Plain, there are lots of charming attributes around, such as a reindeer farm!
The combination of artistic touches, vintage decor, and rustic log cabin attributes is absolutely charming. We love that the host truly thought out all of the little things, like providing a drip-through coffee maker, and a Whirley popper, which pops what might very well be the very best popcorn ever. Be sure to meander down the road to try out the little bistro. There is no TV in this cabin, which means you can really get back in touch with one another.
Leavenworth has been voted as one of the most Christmasy towns in the United States. The Alpine Bavarian-style village is utterly charming whether when lit by twinkling lights, or drenched by the summer sun. Constructed mostly of natural materials, this quaint cabin sits near the notable town. Go on a holiday getaway, and enjoy sleigh rides and snowmobiling, or come to see what the warm months have to offer.
Fulfilling every expectation we would have of a modern cabin, this place is handsomely designed and wedged perfectly into nature. We love the unique porch, where jagged mossy rocks serve as “railing”, and evergreens hover above. A dream project of the hosts, you can tell that the details have been thoughtfully applied. Guests will have access to snowshoes, should you be there in the winter! It’s a wonderful way to explore the breathtaking surroundings.
The porch is incredible! It’s spacious and faces toward the water while being shaded by mossy foliage. Inside, aesthetics are quite modern, and the adorable living room is the perfect place to cuddle up. And bonus, there is also a hot tub at this lovely cabin in the Washington woods.
Exposed beams in the living room, a striking spiral staircase leading to the second floor, a wood-burning stove, and the most lovely wooden countertops in the kitchen — those are just some of the aesthetics that create the most incredible appeal within this cabin. The riverside retreat is less than an hour away from Seattle, and there is a separate studio for rent, just in case you want to bring the kids, and have a romantic retreat as well.
When looking for something adventurous, but still absolutely gorgeous, this cabin delivers. You will find a clean presentation, without too much going on, which can be the perfect thing when looking to veer away from everyday life. Guests particularly love taking advantage of the hot tub while being amongst a winter wonderland. Go on a sleigh ride, fish, or simply make snow angels in the front yard—it’s going to be magical no matter what.
Full disclosure, there is a 55-night minimum stay here. So this one’s for those looking for a really, really long getaway. But with a low nightly rate, and an ambient authentic log cabin atmosphere, you might decide to stay 55 nights is exactly what you need! Logs that this home was constructed of, we’re lovingly hand peeled. Living up to its name, little bunnies might actually make their way to the yard.