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(Last Updated On: April 20, 2022)

Summary: The coziest Washington Cabins to rent this fall and winter, A-frame cabins, classic cabins, treehouses, hot tub, sauna’s and more! Plan your next trip.

Cabin with smoke coming out of the chimney, two women enjoy a hot tub outside of a cabin, a cabin with a balcony overlooking the water and two women hauling wood outside of a cabin.

Gosh, there’s nothing quite like a cozy cabin in the woods any time of year. I crave the smell of a wood stove, puzzles, and hot tub hangouts so much more in the Fall and Winter. Who doesn’t love a little weekend getaway off-grid? In this blog post I’m going to share 22 of the best and most unique Washington Cabins and Treehouses that YOU can rent.

Meet the Co-Writer: Eva Seelye from Wander in Raw

This Blog Post is special! I’ve teamed up with Eva Seelye to share these lovely rentable cabins with you. Eva is the creator of Wander in Raw based in Seattle, and she is kind of a cozy cabin expert. She curates the best local experiences, and shares photos that will absolutely inspire your next trip.

unique cabin decorations of blankets and boots with a woman reading a book on a couch
Check out her website WanderInRaw.com

In this post we’ll be breaking down the most cozy and unique Washington cabins in 3 categories: A-Frame Cabins, Treehouses, Glamping and Classic Cabins! Get ready to pack your wool sweaters and cozy socks!

Unique Washington Cabins and Treehouses to Rent

Unique A-Frame Cabins to Rent in Washington

1. Little Bear A-Frame Cabin

cozy A-frame cabin with lights on set in a lush forest with a woman holding a camera outside of it.
Photo Credit: Albert Yang

Little Bear A-Frame Cabin is the quintessential A-Frame cabin. The cabin is set among Ponderosa pine trees and is minutes away from the Wenatchee River, hiking trails and more. Only 25 minutes away is Leavenworth, a bavarian-styled town in the Cascade Mountains where you can enjoy shopping, German beer, and is most famous for it’s Christmas lighting ceremony.

  • Location: Leavenworth, Washington
  • Sleeps: 4 people
  • Pet Friendly: Yes
  • Hot Tub: No
  • Special Features: wood stove, fire pit
  • Price: $177 / night

Book Little Bear A-Frame Cabin HERE

2. Hebe’s Hideout Wooded Paradise

unique A-Frame cabin outside in the woods.
Photo Credits: Airbnb

Just a short drive away from Mount Rainier National Park, Hebe’s Hideout is indeed a wooden paradise. This renovated 1965 built cabin has all the cozy details and is a 1 minute walk from river access. Cozy up next to the wood stove after a day of hiking! You can see why this is on my bucket-list of unique Washington cabins to rent!

  • Location: Ashford, Washington
  • Sleeps: 2 people
  • Pet Friendly: No
  • Hot Tub: No
  • Special Features: wood stove
  • Price: $194 / night

Rent Hebe’s Hideout HERE!

3. A-Frame in Olympic National Park

quaint A-frame cabin in Washington
Photo Credit: Airbnb
Photo Credit: Airbnb

The gateway to the southern Olympics, this tiny A-frame is just 3 miles from Lake Cushman’s clear blue water (and one of the coolest hikes in the area: Mt. Ellinor) at the tail end of Hood Canal. There are two spacious decks–one is connected to the house and the other sits high off the ground, giving off all the treehouse vibes–perfect for enjoying a hot toddy on those crisp winter evenings before cozying up in your upstairs loft. Game nights are encouraged. 

Book this A-Frame HERE

4. Wild River Cabin

Washington cabin in the woods cozied up to the river

They had us at the riverfront hot tub. This secluded 540-square-foot A-frame blends into its green surroundings with super cool interior design. Its cozy river rock wood stove exudes ultimate cabin vibes and the French doors eliminate barriers between you and the great outdoors. Up a ladder, the spacious loft features a reading nook with a comfy couch and a pentagonal window makes for prime river viewing. Continue down the hallway for the second full size bed.

  • Location: Baring, Washington
  • Sleeps: 4 guests
  • Pet friendly: Unknown
  • Hot tub: Yes
  • Price: $195 / night 

Book Wild River Cabin HERE

5. GetAWay Ski Cabin

winter cabin in Washington

Ski lovers: get shreddy. This A-frame has the vaulted ceilings we love and is just 13 miles to Steven’s Pass–no pre-dawn wake ups required. Nearby hiking trails offer great snowshoeing in the winter, and close access to two riverside beaches means summer dips and river rafting for everyone. Two bedrooms–a loft with a king size bed and a second bedroom with two full-size bunk beds–fit four comfortably, but you can squeeze a few more on the queen-size comfy futon if needed. Also, can we talk about the hot tub in the woods? That’s where we’ll be!

Rent GetAWay Ski Cabin HERE!

Unique Treehouses to Rent in Washington

1. Eagles Nest Treehouse on the Water

Unique Treehouse to rent in Washington set in the woods with trees coming up all around the treehouse

This custom built treehouse is perched on the bluff overlooking the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Do I need to say more? I will. This treehouse has many places to relax including a large window seat with a view, a fire heated hot tub and an indoor hammock. This place is a dream.

Book Eagles Nest Treehouse HERE

2. Treehouse Place at Deer Ridge

woman walking along pathway to a lit up treehouse in the woods in Washington
Photo Credits: Emily Thomas

This luxury treehouse was featured as one of the top 10 Airbnb treehouses in the country by Apartment Therapy and number #1 in Washington by Outside Magazine. I would love to sip on some wine next to the fire in that soaking tub, wouldn’t you?

Book Treehouse Place at Deer Ridge HERE

3. Pete Nelson Treehouse

Washington unique treehouse to rent
hot tub in Washington cabin
Photo Credits: Airbnb

Sleep at an authentic Pete Nelson Treehouse! Start off the magic by walking across a lit suspension bridge to access the treehouse. I don’t know too many places where you can watch a movie while lounging in an outdoor hot tub! And with the Emerald forest nearby this place is definitely going on my bucketlist.

Book the Pete Nelson Treehouse in Redmond HERE

4. TreeHouse Point

Treehouse in Washington in the woods to rent

TreeHouse Point is the home to 6 magical treehouse rentals. The best news? It’s only 30 minutes outside of Seattle. Each treehouse is unique and offers everything you need for the perfect getaway. If I still lived in Seattle, you bet I’d want to rent every single one of these.

  • Location: Issaquah, Washington
  • Sleeps: Varies. Depends on the cabin
  • Pet Friendly: No
  • Hot Tub: No
  • Price: Varies – Inquire on website

Book TreeHouse Point HERE

5. Osprey Treehouse

cozy treehouse to rent in Washington

Named for the resident Osprey, this 400’ Octagonal home is 30’ high in the trees and built around a single grand old Douglas Fir using locally sourced wood. How cool is that? It’s part of the bigger Skamania Coves Resort but because of its secluded spot in a patch of trees off on its own, you’d never know you had neighbors. Travelers can enjoy coffee on the river-facing deck, cozy up in the spacious loft with a good book, or head down to the Columbia River Gorge to explore the coves, boat, swim, kayak, windsurf, and more.

Book Osprey Treehouse HERE

6. Tranquil-A-Tree Treehouse

unique cabin to rent in Washington that has piles of wood out front and trees coming up around the cabin.

If a private hot tub in the canopy of 100-year-old Douglas Firs sounds like your kind of private retreat, then don’t miss Lothlorien Woods’ treetop hideaway. Tranquil-A-Tree can be found next to the Columbia River National Scenic Area at the foot of Mt. Hood. Activities including kayaking, hiking, wind surfing, paragliding, fishing, mountain climbing, snow shoeing, and cross-country skiing are in no short supply. The treehouse features a fully equipped kitchen, wood stove for heat, a propane infra-red grill, and a spiral staircase to a Red Cedar log bed. See you in the trees!

  • Location: Snowden, Washington
  • Sleeps: 4 guests
  • Pet friendly: Yes (upon arrangement)
  • Hot tub: Yes
  • Price: $149-165 / night 

Book Tranquil-A-Tree HERE!

7. Treeframe in Index

A Frame Cabin Rental Washington

This A Frame Treehouse Cabin Rental in Washington State has maximum cozy cabin vibes and all you would need for an incredibly romantic getaway or a vacation with your best friend. Read my complete guide to find out why the Treeframe makes my top 5 cabin rentals of 2021.

Unique Glamping Rentals in Washington

1. Rendezvous Huts – Washington Cabins

Washington Cabins to hike to with cross country skiing to access cabin. Picture shows woman exiting cabin with mountains in background.

Five wilderness huts sit pretty atop the foothills of North Cascades National Park just outside of Winthrop, Washington’s cowboy town. These remote tiny cabins are accessible by off-road vehicle in the warmer months, but once winter rolls around, cross country skiing or snowshoeing are the only ways to experience these cozy havens. During the day, travelers often swing by for a quick winter warm up before continuing on to their own hideout, but at night, those who reserve them can nestle into their sleeping bags and listen to the snow settle around them. Every hut is unique, but all have a full kitchen with propane stoves, an oven, pots, pans, utensils, a wood stove heater and fuel, sleeping pads, propane lights, and a clean outhouse. Don’t forget to wake up for sunrise! The views are next level. 

  • Location: Winthrop
  • Sleeps: 8-10 guests
  • Pet friendly: Varies per hut and time of year
  • Hot tub: No
  • Price: $175-200 / night in winter

Read about Eva’s trip to the Rendezvous Huts HERE!

Book Rendezvous Huts Here!

2. Off-Grid at the Glass House

Winter cabin in Washington. This cabin has lots of windows and is very small. snow covers the area around the cabin.
Photo Credits: Airbnb

Fire lookout vibes without all the effort, the Glass House sits atop a massive boulder on six acres just 45 minutes outside of Spokane, Washington. Totally remote, this is a true glamping experience with no electricity, water, or even cell service–it’s the perfect space to unplug. Battery powered string lights illuminate the space once the sun sets over the trees, and a stove, BBQ, coffee maker, linens, pillows, blankets, toilet paper, and basic kitchen supplies are provided. Bring snowshoes to get out and about and explore the mountainous landscape on the nearby trails in the winter months. Stargazing is encouraged.

Rent Glass House Washington Cabin HERE!

3. Rolling Huts in Winthrop Washington

Interior Design of Rolling Huts glamping in WA with wood stove. Accomodations in Methow Valley

The Rolling Huts in Methow Valley are the ultimate glamping in Washington. Truly a luxury camping experience with a simplicity of design that makes you never want to leave. The huts offer heat, and other comforts, but the accessibility and views of nature there give you all the benefits of camping. Designed by the famous Olson Kundig Architects, but without the luxury price tag, you do not want to miss these.

  • Location: Winthrop Washington
  • Sleeps: 2-4 guests
  • Pet friendly: Yes
  • Hot tub: No

Unique Cabins and Classic Cabins to Rent in Washington

1. Wild Lily Cabin – Washington Cabins

cozy cabin in the woods of Washington that you can rent. Smoke is coming out of the chimney and rain is glistening off of the red tin roof. There are hanging lights in the background of the cabin.

I had the pleasure of staying at this absolutely delightful retreat of a cabin. This retreat has everything you could possibly want. Great for groups of friends or families, as this property has 3 separate cabins to house people! Complete with river access, hot tub, a sauna, and wood stoves/fireplace in every cabin, the Wild Lily really has it all.

Read about things to do in Index in my blog post from my stay at Index Cabins: INDEX CABIN: A WEEKEND AWAY IN THE MOUNTAINS

  • Location: Index, Washington
  • Sleeps: 13 people
  • Pet Friendly: Yes
  • Hot Tub: Yes and Sauna
  • Price: $370 / night

Book Wild Lily Cabin HERE!

2. Canyon Creek Cabin #3

unique cabin in the woods that is remote and sits next to a river. the lights are on in the cabin, giving it a warm glow on the outside.

This cabin is the epitome of cozy cabin vibes. Tucked away in the woods, this 1970’s remote fishing cabin is perched on a ledge overlooking the Canyon Creek. A hot tub with views like that would be hard to leave. Enjoy a private getaway here with your partner or a small group of friends. The unique setting and wood stove are what put this on my list of Washington Cabins to rent this season.

Book Canyon Creek Cabin in Washington HERE

3. Pleasant Bay Lookout

Lookout in the woods of Washington. This cabin features a balcony that overlooks pleasant bay Washington.

This little getaway cabin near Bellingham is everything I needed when I went. Nestled in a forest with scenic views of the Salish Sea, a peaceful atmosphere and a hot tub, I would gladly rent this unique Washington cabin again. Bathroom and kitchen provided next door in the owner’s home.

Check out my trip there in my blog post: BELLINGHAM LOOKOUT GETAWAY

Book Pleasant Bay Lookout Cabin HERE

4. Tarnside Cottage

This cabin features wood piles underneath the cabin and a lush forest behind the cabin. The cabin is lit up with warm lights.

This custom-built mini lodge can be found on the working Red House Farm on the Olympic Peninsula. Hop on a Washington State Ferry to feed apples to the cows, pet a dwarf goat, or walk the Douglas fir-lined trails before settling into your cozy little pastoral glamping getaway.  

  • Location: Olalla, Washington
  • Sleeps: 4 guests
  • Pet friendly: No
  • Hot tub: No
  • Price: $119 / night

Book Tarnside Cottage HERE

5. Ralstin House

An open floor plan cabin to rent in Washington. This picture shows the cabin against a lush forest.

Nestled in the forest with a custom built modern home located in the center of Guemes Island, this cabin is truly getting away from it all. Getting here requires a scenic 8-minute county ferry ride from Anacortes, Washington. The open floor plan makes you feel refreshed, yet still has everything you need to feel cozy, and those lush forest views definitely don’t hurt. This is definitely on my list of unique Washington cabins to rent next.

Book Ralstin House Getaway HERE!

6. The Cabin at Ferngully

tiny home cabin in Washington in a Fall setting. Leaves are scattered on the ground of this cabin and features a large window on all sides of the small cabin.

Nature and comfort go hand-in-hand at this off-the-grid tiny home, wilderness escape. Guests walk up the steps to find a wrap-around deck overlooking Mud Bay. Indoors, a wood stove, leather chair, padded bench, and a lofted bed await your stay. The bathhouse is a short stroll from the cabin with a rainwater hot shower, composting toilet, and a marine-style foot pump sink basin. Grab the provided cast iron skillet, Dutch oven, and BBQ tools to roast up a campfire-cooked meal. Then cheers the day away from the waterfront hammock. Doesn’t get much better than that!

Book to Rent Fern Gully Cabin HERE

7. Tiny Waterfront House

Lakefront cabin with stunning water views. This cabin features modern touches of wood siding and double glass doors.

Just 130 square feet, this tiny waterfront home is the perfect small-scale place to unwind with a little kayaking, stargazing, and cove-side soaking. Yup, two French doors open up to a deck-inlayed tub for what we’d call a perfect evening. A pull-down, queen size murphy bed maximizes space during the day and a 7’ rolling couch allows a customizable experience for peak comfort. The kitchen offers a portable stove, a microwave, mini smart oven and unlike some of the other tiny homes listed above, you don’t have to leave your cozy cabin to take a hot shower. The cove is calling!  

  • Location: McLane Cove
  • Sleeps: 2 guests
  • Pet friendly: No
  • Hot tub: Yes
  • Price: $129 / night 

Book this Waterfront Tiny Home HERE

8. Clydesdale Outpost

A rustic aesthetic to this cabin set on a farm with a forest in the background.

Horse lovers: this one’s for you. The Clydesdale Outpost is a three-cabin oasis home to award-winning Clydesdale horses. Travelers who stay at one of these vintage adventure-style cabins can help care for the draft horses, or venture out to discover Mt. St. Helens, the Ape Caves, and Moulton Falls. Then, end the day with s’mores by the shared campfire, a private soak in their cedar tub, and warm up in their sauna. 

  • Location: Amboy, Washington
  • Sleeps: 4-12 guests
  • Pet friendly: No
  • Hot tub: Yes
  • Price: $171 / night 

Book at the Clydesdale Outpost HERE!

Well I don’t know about you, but I want to book out a bunch of Washington cabins now and hibernate in them for the rest of the Fall and Winter! Have a cabin you feel should be on here? Let me know in the comments!

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