Escape to the great outdoors and immerse yourself in the beauty of the Pacific Northwest with our curated guide to the best cabins in Washington State. Whether you’re seeking a cozy retreat nestled in the lush forests, a waterfront haven with stunning views, or a mountain getaway surrounded by rugged peaks, we’ve got you covered. Our expertly selected list of cabins caters to all preferences and provides the perfect base for exploring Washington State’s diverse landscapes.
Washington Cabin Rentals
All of these cabin rentals are a little unique. A lot of them come with cool features like an outdoor hot tub, a fire pit, or even a wood-burning stove, but you will soon realize that all of the Washington cabin rentals offer a great alternative to traditional accommodations. So forget the generic chain hotel, stay by the Columbia River, on the shores of the Olympic Peninsula, or in the woods of Eastern Washington. Get ready to light up the wood stove and enjoy a quiet escape with mountain views.
1. The Riverfront Mountain Home
In the North Cascades, the Riverfront Mountain Home encapsulates all that’s good about life in the hills. In the morning, the cool air rises through the valley and mist floats from the river towards the mountaintops. In the fall the leaves drop, coating the meadows in shades of orange, matching the home’s warm decor.
After arriving, you’ll be tempted to jump right into the hot tub found on the home’s wraparound deck. Bask in the majestic river views, one that is as pleasant as it is exciting. The interior is charming and packed with amenities, including a modern kitchen and spacious living room.
For adventures, head to the nearby Sky River’s Edge for outdoor adventures, along with skiing and snowboarding in the winter.
2. Alpine Annie’s
Surrounded by ski resorts, country towns, lakes, and rivers, Alpine Annie’s is an A-frame that puts you within minutes of all kinds of outdoor fun. But as fun as your day on the water or mountain may be, you’ll always be excited to come back to this homey cabin.
The warm wooden interior provides a rustic yet comfortable experience and the floor-to-ceiling windows are filled with nothing but towering trees. On cold days, rug up, light up the fireplace, and tuck into a good book.
When you’re ready to explore, you’ll be spoiled for choice. Depending on the time of year, you can head to White Pass Ski Resort, explore Mount Rainier National Park, float down the…