When You Stay In This 19th Century Cabin In Washington, You’ll Feel Like You’ve Time Traveled To The 1800s

Washington officially became a state in 1889. Only a few years later, this all-wood cabin was constructed by some of the first white settlers occupying the farthest reaches of Puget Sound. Although it has been lovingly restored, the original structure remains – and you can even spend the night here. This cozy cabin is perfect for a relaxing, secluded getaway.

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Ready to return to a simpler time? Book a stay at this century-old cabin here.

Address: Puget Sound, Washington, USA