Are you looking for the best cabins in Washington? We have found a great selection for you! There are cabins for every taste and budget tucked in to the Evergreen State. It was so hard to narrow down this list to only a few of the best cabins in Washington State.
Whether you want to enjoy lush views from your very own treehouse, live your cottagecore dream by waking up on a picturesque farm, or watch the waves out the window while sipping a cup of tea, there is a cabin on this list for you. We have found the most romantic cabins in Washington and are excited to share them with you!
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15 Cozy Cabins in Washington State
Treehouse at Deer Ridge
Starting our best cabins in Washington State list off strong with what Apartment Therapy has called “One of the top 10 best rental treehouses in the USA.” It only takes one look at the large soaking tub with a view of the evergreen treetops to see why this cabin is head and shoulders above the competition.
Watch the sunrise over Mt. Pilchuck from your sumptuous four poster bed. Enjoy a cup of tea by the fire, or grill some fresh local food out on the front deck. Despite being a treehouse cabin in the wilderness, this spot boasts lots of luxury finishes and would surely make a romantic getaway.
If you can bear to leave this cozy cabin and it’s incredible views, the house is close to lots of hiking trails and the owners promise to direct you to some of their favorite local hidden gems.
Christopher Robin Writer’s Cabin
This idyllic farm cabin is a perfect escape from the hustle and bustle of modern life. Located on the south end of Whidbey Island, this cabin is thoughtfully designed to be all on one level and is full of vintage treasures. You’ll have your own chandelier and stained glass windows in this stunning, eclectic, hideaway. Your bathhouse, including a vintage clawfoot bathtub, is the perfect place to unwind.
Because this delightful Airbnb is located on a working farm, you’ll have the unique opportunity to collect your own eggs for breakfast! After a long day of exploring the trails in the neighboring 100 acre nature preserve, start a bonfire in the firepit and do some stargazing.
Leavenworth A Frame
There’s something irresistible about a classic A-frame. Not only does this spot have that A-frame charm, its location is near some of Washington States’ most beloved attractions makes it one of the best cabins in Washington.
While staying in this A frame you are only 15 miles from the Bavarian themed Christmas-year-round mountain town of Leavenworth. You are a mere 30 miles away from the famous Steven’s Pass Ski Resort. There’s no shortage of adventures to have in this section of the Cascade Mountains. From shopping to skiing to mountain biking to fine dining, this area has it all. Your A frame will be the perfect home base, with wooded views, a spacious modern kitchen, and a BBQ grill.
This retro and light-filled cabin is located near one of Washington’s favorite beach towns: Ocean Shores. You’ll be sure to have a getaway to remember if you choose this cabin rental. This cabin has its own acre of beachfront property with lots of old growth native plants, and a private path to the beach.
There are so few people on this stretch of coast that the beach itself is the only designated light airplane airstrip on the entire Pacific Coast. This cabin has great gray whale watching April/May and November/December, so pack your binoculars.
The cabin is spacious and dog friendly, so feel free to bring your pup to this remote beach getaway. Unwind in nature and hear the waves crashing on the rocks without the usual beach crowds. No wifi here, but whether you choose to relax on the sun drenched private deck or beside the wood burning stove, you’re sure to have a great time at this romantic cabin in Washington.
If you’re looking to escape to nature it doesn’t get better than this! The Howe Cabin is located in Winthrop 700 feet above the valley floor. You’ll love the epic views of the mountains and the unique highland vegetation. Consider booking during wildflower season!
This property adjoins a national forest so there is plenty of trails to explore. After a day of hiking or skiing, you can unwind in the wood fired hot tub. This handmade cabin is 1,100 square feet and holds all the amenities you need to have a comfortable stay in the remote Washington wilderness.
The Garden House
One of the locals’ favorite escapes is the San Juan Islands. This lovely cabin is tucked on a remote corner of Orcas Island. Six private waterfront acres are yours to explore when you book this Washington rental cabin. Beach access is a 4-minute walk away and Moran State Park is very close to the property.
Wander in this cabin’s amazing garden, check out the ceramics shop around the corner, catch some sun on the deck, stroll through the beach or state park, or read a book by the charming wood stove. There are so many ways to relax at this romantic cabin in Washington.
The Rialto Tiny House
One of the famous tourist attractions of Washington State is the tiny peninsula town of Forks, and nearby La Push beach. Rumored to be the home of vampires, werewolves, and Sasquatches alike, this little town is a quirky Washington must see. The nearby Olympic hot springs and sunsets on Second Beach in La Push are both featured on our list of the best things to do in Washington State. We simply had to include a Forks option on our best cabins in Washington state list.
This tiny house makes an excellent home base to visit Forks and La Push. Come back from your day of taking in all the lush forest (and maybe a few supernatural creatures) to have a long soak in the outdoor hot tub. You’ll be sure to get a good night’s sleep in the oh so cozy tiny house loft. This cabin may be tiny but it has lots of outdoor space including a large patio, fire pit, picnic table, and a hot tub.
Sky Haus A-Frame Cabin
Do you dream of getting to sleep in the tippy top peak of an A-frame cabin? This is the spot for you! Surrounded by lush woods and close to some of Washington’s favorite ski resorts, this A-frame cabin in Skykomish, Washington is a dream come true.
You’ll stay toasty warm no matter the season with the cabin’s gas fireplace and private outdoor hot tub. For a small additional fee you can even bring your pets along on your cabin adventure in Washington. You’ll love wandering through the mossy forest and old growth trees surrounding this cabin, as well as being close to the adorable mountain town of Leavenworth.
Mt. Rainier Cabin
You’ll love this cozy cabin! This entry on our best rental cabins in Washington State list is located only 5 miles from Mt. Rainier National Park. This National Park made our list of the best things to do in Washington state, it is not to be missed! Mt. Rainer is the tallest mountain in Washington State, although it has some stiff competition from the rest of the Cascade Range.
Whether you’re in the mountains to play in the snow, soak up the long PNW summer days, or catch wildflower season, this cabin will be a great home base for your adventure. This cabin boasts an outdoor fire pit, grill, and private hot tub. The inside is just as luxurious, with a smart TV loaded with Netflix, an electric fireplace, a record player, and air conditioning (a rarity in the PNW.)
This lovely rental log cabin is in Eastern Washington. The remote location means it is often visited by deer and moose. The property borders a buffalo farm, so you’ll get to see the massive beasts and appreciate that true wild west feel. The classic log cabin design even has two rocking chairs on the front porch. It doesn’t get more idyllic than this!
Inside there is a well equipped kitchen including a gas stove and oven. There is a bluetooth surround sound system and a very cozy bed. This cabin would make an excellent home base for exploring the rest of Northeastern WA. If you’re a skier, the owners offer a ski and stay package that includes discounted lift tickets to 49 North Ski Resort.
The lovely porch, fire pit, and large private outdoor hot tub make this cabin in Washington a must-stay. There’s a spacious and well equipped kitchen so that you can get gourmet during your mountain stay. There is a full sized washer and dryer to keep up with all of your adventure laundry. This cabin has 4 beds and is pet friendly so you can bring your whole crew on this getaway.
You’ll feel like you’ve stepped back in time while staying in this lovingly refurbished old barn. The greenhouse, gardens, orchards, and pond are yours to explore. The owners even have kayaks and canoes you can take out on the water.
With so much to take in you might not want to leave the 25 acre farm, but if you do feel the call to explore farther the farm adjoins Turtleback Mountain Preserve, home to some lovely hiking and birdwatching. The cabin’s stove, oven, and dishwasher mean you can easily prepare farm fresh meals to nourish you after your adventures.
Hood Canal Beach Cabin
If you like your cabin with a side of sea breeze, this entry on the best cabins in Washington list is for you! This cabin is right on its own stretch of a secluded beach. Kayak, swim, sunbathe or search for crabs and clams for dinner right off the deck. It doesn’t get more convenient than that!
The inside of the cabin is comfy and cozy, but you’ll likely spend most of your time at the beach when staying at this gem. There is even a clever pass through window in the kitchen so that most dining can be done outdoors. There is a well equipped kitchen so that you can fry up your catch of the day in style.
Sleepless in Seattle Houseboat
Washington State is very unique in that it is our only state to have a floating cabin make the best cabins list. The maritime culture in Washington State is strong, and it will definitely connect you to the spirit of the Pacific Northwest to stay in this iconic houseboat. This amazing houseboat made Curbed Magazine’s Top 10 coolest Airbnb rentals in Seattle list.
Staying in Lake Union puts you right in the heart of the Emerald City. The owner even has a kayak for you to use to explore the lake and surrounding area! Lake Union has a thriving houseboat community and as such there are restaurants, parks, and shops all accessible by kayak. What a unique vacation! You’ll love the rooftop deck and surround sound system aboard this floating cabin.
Sir Cedric’s Cedar Treehouse
If you’re looking for a unique cabin in Washington State, it doesn’t get better than this. This well thought out treehouse has a medieval flair, from the old stained glass windows to the ornate, castle-like, front doors. You’ll love watching the treetops sway in the breeze from the treehouse’s window seat.
The location of this cabin makes it a great home base to explore Mt. Baker or the nearby fun college town of Bellingham. Honestly though, the fire pit, beautiful outdoor shower, spacious deck, and cozy atmosphere might make it more tempting to just stay in the Cedar Treehouse for your entire stay.