Accommodation May 31, 2016
You’ll Never Forget Your Stay In These 12 One Of A Kind Washington Cabins
Cabins are so cozy. No matter what time of year it is, they offer the perfect place to make a private getaway for the weekend. Luckily, we have all kinds of accommodations to choose from in Washington. You can stay in one hidden out in the woods, or along the coastline and wake up to stunning views of the ocean. Either way, you can’t go wrong with any of these 12 unique spots.
During these uncertain times, please keep safety in mind and consider adding destinations to your bucket list to visit at a later date.
1. Carson Ridge Luxury Cabins
Carson Ridge Cabins
provides a secluded retreat between the Columbia River Gorge and Gifford Pinchot National Forest. You can kick back and take it easy in one of their luxurious hot tubs, or head out hiking or biking on one of many trails close-by.
2. Kalaloch Lodge, Forks
Kalaloch offers the only lodging on the 73-mile stretch of coastline in the Olympic National Park.
are an idyllic place to stay for couples, or up to eight friends. They provide more of a quiet, rustic experience without WiFi or TV, so it's easier to unplug from the world and take in all of the oceanside beauty.
3. Robin Hood Village Resort, Union
No, you're not dreaming. This
by the Hood Canal was actually built in the 1930s by the set designer for the original Robin Hood movie, Don Beckman. They have comfy cottages available to rent overnight off East State Route 106, as well as spots for weddings/events and a historic restaurant/pub.
4. Iron Springs Resort, Copalis Beach
Named "Best Cabin" by
, this oceanfront resort is set on a bluff overlooking Copalis Beach. Visitors can enjoy miles of private beach access, gorgeous remodeled kitchens, fireplaces and outdoor BBQs.
5. Natapoc Lodging, Leavenworth
Natapoc has seven cabins you can rent on the banks of Nason Creek, all complete with first class accommodations. Nestled in a wooded setting with views of the Cascades,
is right by a variety of outdoor opportunities, like hiking, mountain biking, river-rafting and canoeing.
6. Quileute Oceanside Resort, La Push
Located next to the Olympic National Park, the
Quileute Oceanside Resort
provides heavenly rentals overlooking First Beach by La Push. They have 15 deluxe and 18 standard cabins available, all of which are complete with full or mini-kitchens. In order to help you unplug, they don't have TVs or WiFi - but they do offer a 24-hour WiFi room in case you'd like to check your e-mail, or post all of your beach photos to Facebook.
7. Cama Beach State Park, Camano Island
Cama Beach State Park features several rustic cabins that will take you back in time. The old 1930s fishing resort has both standard and deluxe cabins, 13 of which overlook the water with views of Saratoga Passage, Whidbey Island and the Olympic Mountains.
8. Stormking Spa, Mount Rainier area
Nestled in the woods by the Nisqually entrance of Mount Rainier Park,
will give you complete solitude. All of their cabins are complete with a private deck, hot tub, hammock, and small skylight above the bed, so you can fall asleep looking up at the trees and stars.
9. Ben Ure Island Cabin, Deception Pass
Only accessible by boat, this log cabin is a little known gem in Deception Pass State Park. It's hidden out on a small island, just east of the iconic bridge across Cornet Bay. You'll find it complete with an electric kitchen, queen-sized futon and a deck where you can enjoy views of Mount Baker, Deception Pass and Puget Sound. (Reservations can be made online
10. Chevy Chase Beach Cabins, Port Townsend
Just outside of Port Townsend, these
will give you some of the dreamiest views of Discovery Bay. They vary in size, from cottage studios (for one or two people) to a spacious 3-bedroom Homestead House. Guests can also take a dip in their heated pool (starting in June), or explore a private sandy beach that's perfect for clam-digging or setting up campfire.
11. Copper Creek Inn, Ashford
If you're heading out to Mount Rainier,
can provide a wonderful place to stay nearby. A few of their amenities include: remote sites by the creek, an outdoor amphitheater for weddings & events, an outdoor kitchen, trails close-by, fire pits and even private hot tubs. During your stay, you can browse through their gift shop for unique finds, or stop by their restaurant and get a whiff of homemade blackberry pie, bread and burgers.
12. Mysty Mountain, multiple locations
Mysty Mountain actually has several cabins, lodges and chalets you can rent overnight in the Stevens Pass and Leavenworth area. A lot of them are even located along the Skykomish River. Each of their pet-friendly rentals include: a hot tub, sauna, fireplace, Internet, satellite TV, a fire pit and homey furnishings. Check out their many options available online
Have you stayed in any of these cabins before? What are some of your favorite lodging options here in Washington?