Cabins and the Pacific Northwest go hand in hand. Our forests thick with towering evergreen trees, our mountain views, and our flowing rivers and lakes all create the ideal setting for a cabin stay.
If you’re looking to escape it all this winter (and beyond), consider booking a stay at one of these cozy cabins in Washington and Oregon. These cabin retreats are situated amongst some of the most scenic spots in the region, from the airy and open coast to thick forest groves in the woods.
Complete with rustic wood elements, large windows, comfortable beds, stone fireplaces, hot tubs, and more luxurious amenities and features, these cabins in Oregon and Washington are the perfect (socially distanced) getaway!
CABINS IN WASHINGTON
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Get away from it all with a stay at Getaway, a collection of tiny-home-style cabins in the woods near Mount Adams. Open all year long, Getaway cabins are especially magical during the fall and winter, as they’re equipped with heat for the cozy months (and AC for the warm months!). Beyond just a vacation in the woods, Getaway House aims to help guests unplug from their phones and laptops, and purposefully doesn’t have WiFi available. Plus, each cabin has a cell phone lockbox so you can store your devices away during your stay!
NW Comfy Cabins has a wide variety of privately owned vacation rentals in Leavenworth, Washington, including rustic log cabins, alpine chalets, waterfront homes and a lodge on the knoll. Whatever your accommodation, you’ll be perfectly situated near the Bavarian village in Leavenworth, one of the most idyllic towns in the country — especially during the winter months. Most properties have hot tubs and WiFi and are pet-friendly. NW Comfy Cabins has dozens of options, so fill in your preferences for size, type of accommodation, and more, to find the perfect match!
For a more rustic and authentic “glamping” experience, consider the Rendezvous Huts, which are cozy wood-frame buildings in Winthrop built for simplicity and comfort. Each is equipped with a full kitchen, which includes a propane cook stove/oven, pots, pans and utensils, a wood stove heater and fuel, sleeping pads, propane lights, and a sanitary outhouse. Most are dog-friendly, while some don’t allow dogs in the winter.
Wellspring Spa and Woodland Retreat is a relaxing oasis at the base of Mt. Rainier with a full-service spa and several accommodations. Their newest log cabins combine all the elements that make up a dreamy weekend getaway, including king feather beds, river rock fireplaces, jacuzzi tubs for two, and full kitchens. Larger than their classic log cabins, these new additions have a loft perfect for meditation or an afternoon nap in the hammock!
Photo Courtesy of Kyle Smith via Tye River Cabin Co.
Tye River Cabin Co. manages three stunning, Instagram-worthy A-frame cabins in the heart of the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, which means adventure is literally right outside your door. But you might never want to leave your cabin once you see the inside! Choose from the Tye Haus, the Sky Haus and the Foss Haus, which offer various amenities, such as gas fireplaces, hot tubs, loft beds, WiFi, outdoor fire pits and more.
These luxury cabins in Carson, Washington are situated amongst a beautiful garden setting not far from the Columbia River Gorge and Hood River, just across the state border. Breakfast is provided with each stay, and you can access other amenities, like the full-service spa or the romance package to celebrate a special occasion. Stroll through the gardens at Carson Ridge and take in stunning views from your cabin’s private porch.
The Society Hotel is a modern hotel in Bingen, Washington with a variety of accommodations, including individual rooms, hostel-style bunks and cabins, plus a boutique resort-style spa. Their cabins allow for a bit more space for guests, as they contain their own private bathroom, a kitchenette, an indoor lounge area, and an outdoor seating area with a table and hammock. Cabins come with a king bed, two queens or an ADA-accessible queen and bunk beds. All cabin guests can enjoy access to The Society Hotel spa as well!
Friday Harbor, Washington
Lakedale Resort is an 82-acre resort in the San Juan Islands that contains forests, meadows and 40 acres of lakes to explore. In addition to lodge rooms, yurts, an Airstream and other accommodations, Lakedale has six cozy log cabins that can fit up to six people. Each has two bedrooms, two full bathrooms, a sofa bed, a full kitchen and dining nook, a gas fireplace, and a large cedar deck. Plus, all cabins are dog-friendly!
CABINS IN OREGON
Photo Courtesy of Tumalo Lake Lodge
Just 15 minutes from downtown Bend and 4 miles from Tumalo Falls, Tumalo Lake Lodge is a gorgeous new lodge and collection of four luxury cabins overlooking the beautiful Tumalo Lake. Each is a high-end masterpiece of craftsmanship, featuring expansive windows in every room, large wrap-around decks, private hot tubs, and comfortable Adirondack rockers. Lodge guests can enjoy the new Spa Trail, which contains a hot tub and sauna in the woods, for free as part of their stay!
Port Orford, Oregon
Explore the best of Oregon’s spectacular south coast any season of the year. WildSpring is a small, eco-friendly bed and breakfast resort in Port Orford, just 60 miles north of California. The 5-acre property is private and secluded, and contains cozy, elegant cabin suites filled with art and antiques, situated amidst a peaceful forest setting. Take advantage of various amenities, including wine, massage services, a complimentary breakfast and more.
Coast Cabins is a collection of condos, private homes and cabins along the coast in Manzanita. Choose from six deluxe cabins, which contain all the amenities you’ll need for a relaxing retreat near the shore. The “Cottage” provides a cozy tiny home feel, offering 440 square feet of space to comfortably accommodate two people. The cabin features a queen bed, a stone fireplace, two flat-screen TVs, luxurious towels and robes, a compact kitchen, a private outdoor hot tub, and much more.
Grants Pass, Oregon
Weasku Inn offers cabins, lodge rooms and suites along the famous Rogue River in Grants Pass. Their riverside cabins vary from Triplex Cabins with king or queen sized beds, fireplaces, large windows and French doors to a patio, to their Duplex River Cabins, which contain Jacuzzi® Suites. However, all cabins face the river and offer stunning views, depending on seasonal vegetation!
Photo Courtesy of Rancho Relaxo
Rancho Relaxo offers the perfect blend of modern and rustic. This Instagrammable A-frame cabin is just an hour east of Portland in the idyllic mountain hamlet of Zig Zag, near the edge of the Mt. Hood National Forest. Outdoor recreation is just steps away, from skiing and snowboarding in the winter to hiking and fishing in the summer. The cabin has been extensively renovated and redesigned to reflect the Northwest Contemporary aesthetic.
Rated one of the top hotels in Oregon, FivePine Lodge & Spa is situated in the heart of Central Oregon in Sisters, just 25 minutes from Bend and Redmond. This bed and breakfast destination offers the privacy of romantic, cozy cabins, plus all the amenities of a luxury resort. Their four cabins — the Classic Cabin, Caboose Cabin, Romance Cabin and Serenity Cabin — all provide the amenities and features you need for a relaxing, romantic stay.
Situated on 200 acres of private land along the Metolius River, House on Metolius has served as a private estate and retreat for more than 200 years. In addition to being a wedding venue and a destination for large groups, House on Metolius has five luxurious cabins each with their own unique features, design styles and amenities. Most feature a cozy fireplace and large windows showcasing the stunning natural scenery.
Enjoy Your Stay!
No matter where your adventures take you, we hope you have a fun and relaxing getaway!