If you are looking for a list of incredible secluded cabins in Washington State, you have found it! You’ll find a list of the best selection of luxury cabins, perfect for those weekend getaways, in Washington State.
Get back to your roots while tucked away in one of these fantastic cabins, allowing you some peace of mind away from the bustling city. This wonderful state, named after the first U.S. president, has a lot to offer as long as you know where to look.
Prepare yourself for a variety of awesome places to visit, see and experience. Washington is such a diverse state with many different styles and approaches to accommodation, you absolutely have to see what Evergreen State has to offer.
Also, if you’re looking for a different type of glamping getaway, be sure to read this fun guide on Treehouse Rentals in Washington as this state is truly packed with incredible and unique accommodation options!
But without further ado, let’s head on in for some great cabins for rent in Washington.
1) Maple Cove Hideaway Oceanfront Cabin Close to Town
Price: $150+ USD per night
When the city life gets us down, there’s nothing more invigorating than getting away for a bit and breathing in some fresh air and relaxing. Maple Cove is the perfect place to do this, with a stunning view of the water thanks to a full glass front.
Your unobstructed views also include Camano Island (including the Camano Island State Park), Hat Island, and even Mt. Baker (far away). You get the privacy you are seeking since this property is at the end of the road, away from any prying eyes. It is less than two miles away from the quaint nearby town of Langley.
It has a great modern yet rustic vibe and can sleep up to 4 people, and the fully equipped kitchen will have you cooking in no time. The rooms are split into a loft upstairs and a sofa bed in the family room.
2) Mount Rainier Cabin Close to Town, Hiking and Skiing with Hot Tub and Fire Pit
Price: $149+ USD per night
If nature is your fancy, you’ll be thrilled to visit the Chipmunk Cabin. Tucked into the High Valley neighborhood, this perfect mountain getaway is surrounded by ferns, cedar trees, and rhododendrons.
There is a nearby river, the Cowlitz, not even a 5-minute walk away, as well as many other places of interest. This includes Packwood town, lovely hiking trails, White Pass Ski Resort, and Mt. Rainier National Park.
The cabin itself sleeps 6, with 2 bedrooms, a remodeled kitchen that has all you might need, as well as a stunning outdoor area. Whether you want to dip your toes into the 7-person hot tub or light up a nice bonfire, the cabin has you sorted.
Take note: Travelling here can be tricky, as Cayuse Pass (HWY123) and Skate Creek Rd. (FR 52) are often impassable. Check your pass information before heading out, to avoid any unexpected detours.
3) La Conner Cabin Close to the Beach
Where: La Conner
Price: $146+ USD per night
Taking rustic living seriously, the La Conner cabin is a great change of pace from busier cities and towns. It is one of the best rustic cabin rentals in Washington with their down-to-earth charm and lovely scenic surroundings.
It is a peaceful getaway, good for 2 people, and there are a lot of things to do in its vicinity. Hiking, pool and ping-pong tables, a fitness center, and even a hot tub neatly cover your entertainment.
The nearby beach is perfect for those toes-in-the-sand moments, while the Outlet Shoppes at Burlington is only a short drive away, providing you with some retail therapy.
4) New Cozy Mount Rainier Cabin with Snowshoes, Deck and Fire Pit
Price: $182+ USD per night
Recently built, with tip-top finishings, this gorgeous cabin, and its wrap-around deck is sure to grab your attention. The owners, a married couple, built it together, and it’s easy to see why this is such a popular choice for couples to enjoy some alone time.
The cabin is surrounded by huge Douglas fir trees and features a lot of modern amenities. This includes a 55-inch TV to watch some movies while snuggling on the down-filled couch and a propane fireplace. There’s also an outdoor fire pit to add some heat and a lovely outdoor dining area on the deck.
The cozy cabin sleeps 2 and has a full bath, living room area, and kitchen. It is perfect for those weekend blues and a great change of pace.
5) Waterfront Cabin Close to Town and Ferry with Cascade Mountain Views and Private Beach
Where: Lummi Island
Price: $139+ USD per night
Beach vibes always win, and so will you with this cozy cabin. It has access to a private beach and a stunning view of Mt. Baker and the Twin Sisters. The unit itself sleeps 4 people and is the perfect spot for a family or two couples.
Also included are two bathrooms (one full and one half) as well as two decks to enjoy the splendor of nature’s beauty. Cooking up a storm in the kitchen is easy, but something to note is that there is no TV.
Looking at the surroundings, the ferry and town center are both within easy walking distance, allowing you to get by without any hassles. The ferry runs often enough, so you don’t have to worry about missing it or being a few minutes late.
6) Wander A-Frame Cabin with Hot Tub near Mount Baker
Where: Maple Falls
Price: $153+ USD per night
This classic 1969 A-frame cabin is a great testament to its durability and construction. It might look rustic from the outside, but inside it has a full bathroom, equipped kitchen, and upstairs sleeping area with two single beds and one queen bed.
There is Wi-Fi access if you need to be connected, but with so many activities on offer, you’ll probably only see the cabin at night. It is set in a rural neighborhood, with the back of the property opening up into the wilderness.
There are lots of things to do, including hiking, fly fishing, rafting, and tackling the slopes in the nearby Mt. Baker Ski Area. The forest is teeming with life and is sure to be a great opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors.
7) River View Cabins at Beaver Creek
Price: $187+ USD per night
Comfy beds and a great family setting are what awaits you at the Beaver Creek Cabins. It has all the amenities you need to keep a family happy and content, as well as a bunch of other activities to keep you entertained for a long period
There are many things to do in the area, like trekking through the Olympic National Park or exploring the many offsite activities like diving, bowling, hiking, canoeing, and much more.
At Beaver Creek, you’ll never be left in the dark as the 24-hour front desk can tend to all your needs. There is a great sun terrace to catch some rays, as well as a barbecue for a nice warm meal. The free Wi-Fi is sure to put a smile on many faces as well.
8) Waterfront Private Beach Studio Cabin in San Juan Islands
Where: San Juan Islands
Price: $316+ USD per night
This lovely studio is newly listed and absolutely stunning, with access to a private beach and some killer views. It is located on the West end of the pristine San Juan Islands. It is a brand new studio that sleeps 2 people (queen bed) and sits close to the water.
The super modern kitchen and general layout will wow you from the moment you walk in (and you’ll be looking for an excuse to stay longer). The private patio is the perfect spot to absorb some sun while wading through the water down below is a chance at spotting some local marine life.
If you want to kick things up a notch and include some night activities, have a look at some of the awesome music festivals in America, including Sasquatch in The Gorge, Washington.
Be aware: The property is not suited for children or pets of any kind, as it sits quite close to the cliffs, and looks out on the water.
9) The Coho Waterfront Cabin
Where: La Conner
Price: $124+ USD per night
Log cabin vibes anyone? This quaint little rental sits at the top of Skagit Bay, with killer views of the local wildlife, as well as Whidbey Island and the Olympic Mountains. Interestingly, it is an authentic log cabin built from Alaskan Yellow Cedar, adding to the rustic-chic feeling.
You can easily set the mood with a crackling fire, cook up something divine in the cute kitchen, and catch a snooze on the porch.
The sleeping area is neatly tucked away in the loft, while the bathroom hosts a stunning stone and glass shower to melt away any tension. It is definitely on the list of the best secluded cabin rentals in Washington state.
10) Riverfront Retreat on the Cedar River
Where: Maple Valley
Price: $299+ USD per night
A real getaway of getaways, the Riverfront retreat on the Cedar River will surely cleanse you of any city woes. A beautiful log cabin exterior is complemented nicely with a modern interior.
The cabin sleeps up to 10 people, perfect for catching up with a few friends. Have some river-bound fun, roast your buns on a bonfire, and challenge your friends to a game of ping-pong (some friendly competition is always good).
There is plenty of space in the 4 rooms, making it a good blend of cozy but spacious at the same time. Just know, you are quite literally sitting on the river, so take care in those late-night escapades!
11) The Black Bear Pet Friendly Cabin near Stevens Pass and Leavenworth with Hot Tub
Price: $272+ USD per night
Get the gang together for another memorable weekend with this awesome cabin for groups. It can sleep up to 8, so you can be sure to include the whole squad. You’ll feel like you are back in college with the communal-style beds, complete with an air hockey table in the middle.
This cabin is great for team building and getting the group back on the same page, but is also great for large families and friends. Besides the large upstairs sleeping area, there is also a sizable kitchen and lounge area to catch up in.
During winter you can grab a snowmobile and head out directly from the property, and cross country skiing is within easy driving distance. It should definitely be on your list of winter cabin rentals in Washington
12) Storm Haven Pet Friendly Cabin Close to Ocean Shores Beach with Hot Tub
Where: Ocean Shores
Price: $116+ USD per night
And last, but certainly not least, we have the couples cabin at Storm Haven. With the dimming lights and the steamy hot tub, it’s no wonder that couples absolutely love this cozy cabin. It has a unique styling of half-wall wood and a quirky ocean aesthetic.
You and your significant other can enjoy peace and tranquility at one of the best cabins in Washington state. Or go for a late afternoon hike on the beach and enjoy the sunset together.
If you might be looking for a romantic glamping weekend, check out these awesome glamping sites in nearby Oregon.
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