The Best Cabins and Lodges to Book in Washington, USA

For German vibes, head to the Bavarian Lodge in Leavenworth, Washington
For German vibes, head to the Bavarian Lodge in Leavenworth, Washington | Courtesy of Bavarian Lodge / Expedia
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23 September 2021

With towering mountains, a rugged coastline and lush forests, Washington State is one of the most beautiful regions in the contiguous United States. Your time is best spent outdoors with nothing more than a map, a camera and a sturdy pair of hiking boots. Visiting Washington is a literal walk in the park when you stay in one of these awesome lodges or cabins throughout the Evergreen State – bookable now with Culture Trip.

Stormking Spa

4.9/5 (8 Reviews)
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Remember that romantic getaway to the mountains you’ve been promising your beau? Stormking will pleasantly remind you that its cabins are so private, you’ll get all of the uninterrupted quality time you need. Each cabin near Mount Rainier National Park is secluded, presumably, so you can dip into the hot tub au natural. Aside from the deer who may cross your path, the only third wheel you’ll stumble upon is the masseuse in the spa – and you’ll certainly enjoy her company.
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Kalaloch Lodge

4.2/5 (286 Reviews)
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Price Drop
Now from $142 per night
Here, there are no TVs, no telephones, no wifi. If you’re trying to disconnect from the virtual world and get reacquainted with the natural world, the Kalaloch Lodge is exactly where you should do it. Fill the social-media-free silence by trading stories with other travelers in the Main Lodge – or let the sense of adventure fill you, and venture out onto the peninsula, hiking through Hoh Rainforest, or experience whale-watching just off of the coast. Feel free to pull your phone out every once and a while – just to capture the amazing scenery of Olympic National Park, though.
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Woodland Inns

4.9/5 (192 Reviews)
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Price Drop
Now from $174 per night
Roll on over to the Logging Capital of the World, and let the Woodland Inns cabins give you a new appreciation for timber. Snuggle up in a robe, and light the river rock fireplace in your room – unless you’re feeling a little dry and would rather have a sit in the jacuzzi tub at the Scenic Inn. When you’re warm and ready to wander, see the local wildlife at the Elk Creek Conservation Area, or drive into the temperate rainforest, and get lost among the trees.
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Shakti Cove Cottages

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4.6/5 (47 Reviews)
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Price Drop
Now from $139 per night
Beach vacation and a stay in the mountains, all in one trip? Enjoy the best of the Pacific Northwest at Shakti Cove Cottages. 3 acres (1.2ha) of seclusion separates you from the ocean, though the occasional trespasser – like an otter or heron – may make their way to your cottage. Order up an iced matcha tea and bagel at Kiss of Mist Espresso across the street, and take a long, slow walk along the shoreline.
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  • Sun Mountain Lodge

    4.5/5 (648 Reviews)
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    Price Drop
    Now from $190 per night
    Should you book the Mt Robinson guest room at Sun Mountain Lodge, we hear you ask? Well, the gas fireplace, wet bar and giant jetted tub with exceptional mountain views are pretty tempting. The lakeside Patterson cabins are equally alluring – trading peaks for water views and throwing in a kitchen for good measure. At the end of the day, we suppose it doesn’t matter which room you book: you’ll be permitted to sample 3,000 bottles at the wine cellar whenever you’re ready.
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    Lost Mountain Lodge

    4.9/5 (47 Reviews)
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    Price Drop
    Now from $224 per night
    You don’t need to go deep into Olympic National Park to find seclusion; just rent a cottage at Lost Mountain Lodge. This Sequim bed and breakfast floating on the Olympic Peninsula will give you solitude – though you may have to share it with a few celestial bodies. The Sunny View Suite is bathed in natural light, while the Moonbeam Suite has five large skylights where you can stargaze without even leaving your bed. Both rooms can accommodate 2-3 guests – in case you need to fit another human in there.
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    These recommendations were updated on September 23, 2021 to keep your travel plans fresh. This article is an updated version of a story created by Nick Dauk

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