Soak Under The Stars At This Historic Hot Springs Cabin In Washington
In 1925, a charming cabin was built for visitors to the Ohanapecosh Hot Springs in Mt. Rainier National Park. When the hot springs resort closed in 1966, the cabin was transported to the woods of Packwood, where it remains today as sort of a mini resort. And for around $169 per night, you can rent the entire space on Airbnb.
The Ohanapecosh Hot Springs Cabin at Mt. Rainier is located in a quiet vacation home community just seven miles from Mt. Rainier National Park.
It has two bedrooms, three beds, and a full bathroom, so it can sleep five comfortably.
When you rent the cabin, you'll also have access to a charming 1963 trailer with a full sized bed and a fireplace.
The trailer is a cozy place for one or two people to sleep.
The cabin interior is rustic, but it does have all the comforts of home.
You'll find a fireplace and a full kitchen inside, so you can cook all your meals during your stay.
The cozy living room is the perfect place to relax after a long day spent in nature.
Despite its rural location, the cabin is equipped with WiFi, so you'll be connected if you'd like.
But as cozy as the inside is, you'll probably spend a lot of time outside.
The Weber gas grill, fire pit, and deck chairs will make relaxing under the stars more comfortable.
Speaking of comfortable, just wait until you sink into the four person cedar soaking tub.
It's absolute heaven to soak under the stars.
The Airbnb hosts welcome your family or small group to enjoy this peaceful property, but they warn their guests to be quiet and cautious.
This is truly the middle of nowhere, and cougars, bears, bobcats, and coyotes have been spotted in the area. That being said, this is truly an incredible place to get away.
To book your stay at this peaceful place, check out
the Airbnb listing. And here’s a list of other fabulous cabin getaways in Washington.
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