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There are many ways to live your best life in the Pacific Northwest state of Washington depending on whether you love the mountains, ocean, forests, cities, or small towns. The culture here is unlike anywhere else, so it’s best to take your time while traveling so that you can really get a sense of how to live like a local.
To help you plan your route, consider booking one of these top Vrbo rentals in Washington state for the best experience.
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This very popular and highly rated Vrbo property is a 900-square-foot cabin that sleeps four people. It has one bedroom and 1.5 baths, as well as a private pond on this six-acre retreat. It’s close to I-5 and near the Mount Vernon tulip fields. People looking for small family vacations and romantic getaways love it here. The home is equipped with a spacious master bedroom, sofa bed in the living room, Wi-Fi, satellite TV, full kitchen, bathroom toiletries, laundry machines, and firewood for the fire pit. This place books up early, so make your reservation as soon as you know your travel dates. The home allows up to two dogs of any size.
With 2,652 square feet of space, here’s a rental house that sleeps 10 people and has five bedrooms and three baths. It’s right on the beach and has a backyard with a trail that leads right to the beach. The home is in a quiet and rural neighborhood and offers discounts for stays of a week or longer. Features of the rental unit include ocean views from the living room, a full kitchen, laundry room, and deck with grill and patio furniture. The hosts provide boogie boards for guests to use. Up to five pets can stay with you here.
This Vrbo rental is a 1,000-square-foot cabin that sleeps eight people and has three bedrooms and 1.5 baths. It’s a great place to enjoy the beautiful Olympic National Forest and unplug from technology. The 1950s lake cabin is in the woods and by Lake Sutherland. The dock and deck area are impressive, while outdoor adventures like hiking, fly fishing, kayaking, and skiing are all close by. There is no Wi-Fi or cable TV here to distract you. This cabin does not allow pets.
Up to six people can book this Vrbo cabin in Washington and have 800 square feet of space to themselves. It has two bedrooms and 1.5 baths in a location that’s close to the Mount Baker attractions of hiking, biking, snowboarding, skiing, and snowshoeing. Known as the Tree Fort, this is a renovated space with a Scandinavian design and lots of cozy spots to relax and read. Guests also enjoy the Church Mountain views from the hot tub, lounge chairs, and outdoor dining area. One dog weighing less than 50 pounds can stay here with you.
This Washington Vrbo property is a 1,600-square-foot house that sleeps six people and has three bedrooms and two baths. It is a thoroughly cleaned and disinfected space that’s close to the beach and built on stilts. It’s a great place to be for views of both the water and mountains. Walk just 200 yards down the beach to see undeveloped and tideland areas with wildlife. The home has Wi-Fi, TV, a propane grill, and Adirondack chairs on the deck. You can bring one dog with you here when you pay the pet fee.
For up to 10 people, here’s a Washington house for rent on Vrbo that has three bedrooms, eight beds, and two baths. It is a rustic cabin that’s been renovated and has new kitchen appliances, laundry machines, a large outdoor deck, TVs, Wi-Fi, and games in the downstairs closet. The cabin dates back to 1964 and has been a favorite family getaway for ski outings. This is a pet-friendly rental for up to two dogs. You’ll be close to nature here with the Gifford Pinchot National Forest close by.
This lovely country house is away from crowds but still close to many things on the Olympic Peninsula. It can sleep eight people and has two bedrooms, six beds, and one bathroom. This is one of three separate homes on the 15-acre property with views of Olympic Mountain. The home has a deluxe kitchen, wood stove, open floor plan, vaulted ceiling, and is very clean. Guests also enjoy the large deck, hot tub, and master bedroom that looks out to a half-acre pond and attracts various birds. Pets are not allowed here.
You can stay in this beachfront house with one bedroom and one bath on the Sound when you travel in Washington. It’s an 800-square-feet rental on the South Puget Sound and a private in-ground pool. Six people can sleep here and enjoy the Wi-Fi, TV, games, library, and private path to the beach and fire pit. In the summer, up to 10 people can stay here if additional guests sleep in the cabana and you bring your own tent. From here, you can take a ferry or drive to Seattle, or take a day trip to Mt. Rainier or the Olympic National Forest. Up to two dogs are welcome here when you pay the pet fee.
It’s fun to stay in this Vrbo cabin in the woods that is 1,000 square feet in size and sleeps six people. It is a great place to be when you want to check out Mt. Rainier National Park and Mount St. Helens. From here, you can also take a half-mile walk to the Packwood Brewery and local restaurants. The home comes with a covered porch, jetted hot tub, and smart TV. Come here in the winter to be close to the White Pass Ski Resort. Guests can bring one small dog under 25 pounds.
Book this Vrbo house rental in Seaview, Washington and enjoy 1,100 square feet of space to yourselves. It has three bedrooms, four beds, and one bathroom for your group, and there’s an additional two-bedroom adjacent property if you have a larger group. This rental only includes the ground floor of the house because the upstairs is occasionally used by the owner. Extended stay rates are available. One dog is allowed to join you here if you follow the pet rules and pay the fee.
Here’s a two-story, A-frame vacation rental that makes a romantic and peaceful getaway. It’s perfect for a couple but can sleep up to four people. There’s an adjacent cabin that sleeps two-to-four people as well if you have a larger group. It’s nice to see the views of the river and mountains from the cabin and also see wildlife out your bedroom window. Other perks of the rental include a six-person spa, cozy fireplace, full kitchen, and outside smoker/BBQ. Pets are welcome here when you pay a nightly fee and follow the rules.
Have an authentic Washington experience when you stay at this 1,700-square-foot farmhouse with two bedrooms and two baths. It sleeps six people and has a kitchen, dining room, family room, living room, and covered porch that looks out to the mountain and river. There is a fenced area for pets and large horse stalls available for guests. You’ll have easy river access with a sandy beach and swimming area when you stay at this property that is welcoming to horses, pets, and children. The ranch is also a great place to be for wildlife watching and taking photos.
When you want to enjoy fishing, sailing, and relaxing in the Pacific Northwest, this 850-square-foot home on the Lower Columbia River is a great choice. The rental space is the upper floor of a new building and requires climbing a flight of stairs. It has a wood deck that’s nice for watching ships pass down the river, as well as pretty sunsets and a variety of birds. This Vrbo space sleeps up to six people and has one bedroom and one bathroom. Pets are not allowed here.
Live the beach life in Washington when you book this 1,700-square-foot Vrbo rental with a private path to the beach. It has beach views from every room and an open concept design. There’s a large deck, six-person hot tub, three bedrooms, and 2.5 baths. You’ll be right on Agate Beach and four miles south of Downtown Ocean Shores. Other amenities include two beach cruiser bikes, propane and charcoal grills, and a kitchen with double ovens. Small dogs are allowed here with an additional fee.
Located in a quiet area of Pacific Beach, this Vrbo rental gives you partial views of the ocean and is a 10-minute walk to the sandy beach. It is a 1,650-square-foot house that sleeps 10 people and has four bedrooms and two baths. It has a stocked kitchen, laundry machines, open concept floor plan, and large grassy area for yard games. You’ll be just a half block north of Analyde Gap Beach, while the Olympic National Forest is about 40 miles away. Your dog is welcome here as long as you pay an extra fee and let the hosts know in advance.