Washington Accommodation January 13, 2016
10 Unique Places To Stay in Washington That Will Give You An Unforgettable Experience
Need a vacation? You don’t have to stay in a fancy hotel to enjoy an incredible adventure away from home. If you’re looking for a truly one-of-a-kind getaway one of these weekends, be sure to check out this
magical treehouse or one of these unique lodging options across Washington:
1. Stormking Spa, Mt. Rainier
You can find this enchanting
near the Nisqually entrance of Mount Rainier National Park. Their Raven Cabins feature a private deck to relax on, 4-foot central skylight to see the stars, as well as a hot tub and even a hammock to make for a cozy, earthy getaway.
2. Cave B Inn & Spa, Quincy
Located 900 feet above the Columbia River, this
is surrounded by vineyards and offers a one-of-a-kind lodging experience. Their Cavern Rooms include a basalt rock cave entrance, a spectacular western sunset view over the river, a soaking tub with a view and much more.
3. Roberts Mansion B&B, Spokane
Even if you haven't hit the Mega Millions yet, you can still enjoy a few nights in a mansion at this grand
bed and breakfast
in Spokane. The historic Victorian castle provides a relaxing stay for visitors, featuring gorgeous gardens, comfy beds and elegant decor inside their variety of suites.
4. Hotel Bellwether, Bellingham
may be more luxurious, but there isn't a place quite like it - especially their Lighthouse Suite. The resort features a spiral staircase up to an observation level with 360-degree windows where you can enjoy a spectacular view of Mount Baker, the San Juan Islands, Squalicum Harbor and the city of Bellingham.
5. Alexander's Castle, Port Townsend
Whether you'd just like to get away by yourself or you want to bring along a friend, this adorable castle in Fort Worden State Park can provide
. The two story castle has 1 bedroom, 1.5 bathrooms, a living room with fireplace, a formal dining room with an antique table for six, and a classic old ball & claw tub you can relax in.
6. Teepees at Cherry Wood Bed and Breakfast, Zillah
There aren't many more unique places to stay for a night than inside
out in wine country. It's like going camping and a bed & breakfast all in one, and it's absolutely magical. Their 22-foot teepees feature cloud-like beds inside, a private restroom and an open-air shower.
7. Abendblume Inn, Leavenworth
You can find this quaint
bed and breakfast
on the outskirts of Leavenworth in the Cascades area. Their homey suites are decorated beautifully, and feature fireplaces, private balconies and heavenly European beds to sink into. They're also known to serve up one of the most mouthwatering meals in the mornings.
8. Red Caboose Getaway, Sequim
There are all kinds of great lodging options on the Olympic Peninsula, but none are like staying in your own
. Each of these uniquely themed cars is set on its own track with most offering queen beds, a warm fireplace, 2 person whirlpool tubs, robes, LCD TV/DVD with themed movies, a mini fridge and free WiFi.
9. Kalaloch Lodge, Forks
Offering one of the most lovely views in the state, this remote
on a bluff is the only coastal lodge along this 73-mile stretch in the Olympic National Park. Their Bluff and Kalaloch cabins can accommodate up to 6-8 people, and overlook the stunning Pacific Ocean.
10. Wharfside Bed and Breakfast, Friday Harbor
It's not everyday that you can sleep on a floating boat like this aquatic
bed and breakfast
. Hop aboard their "Slow Season" yacht at the Port of Friday Harbor and experience an evening below deck in one of their spacious, private rooms. In the morning, you'll be treated to an appetizing breakfast out on the dock.
Have you been to any of these unique places before? Want to check any of them out? Share your thoughts with us below!