13 Amazing Pacific Northwest Cabins To Refresh Your Soul This Season

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Searching for a secluded getaway? From the rainforest to the mountains, the coast to the high desert, there are Pacific Northwest cabins perfect for you and your dream trip!

In this blog, we’re sharing some of our favorite Pacific Northwest cabins that you can rent on Airbnb. They’ll act as the perfect home base as you plan a trip to the Pacific Northwest.

These unique Pacific Northwest cabins are secluded and tucked away, perfect for a quiet weekend in with friends, a loved one, or even yourself!

Keep scrolling to be transported to dreamy escapes – have that calendar open and ready to book a stay of your own!

Before You Book Your Cabin…(Frequently Asked Questions)

Each cabin rental is different in so many ways. We’ve stayed in some places that have all the modern amenities, and some that are 100 years old! Before booking, it’s important to know your priorities for choosing the right cabin for you. Here are some important questions you need to ask before booking your cabin:

Where is the best place to rent a cabin?
The best place to rent a cabin in the Pacific Northwest is completely up to you and your personal preferences. Part of choosing the right cabin rental is deciding what kind of experience you want to have around the area. If you love hiking, consider renting a cabin in the mountains. If you are a water lover, think about renting a cabin on a lake so you can swim (if it’s still warm enough) and bring a boat!

Can I bring my dog to the cabin?
Bringing pets to a cabin is up to the discretion of the cabin owner. Many listings will add “pet friendly” to their listing, but others do not and it’s totally okay to ask and make sure! We’ve reached out to cabin owners with no-pet policies, and asked if they could make an exception for our group. Some have made an exception for us, but when they do it’s VERY important that you keep that trust!

Will the cabin have WiFi?
More often than not, you’ll find more and more cabins equipped with wifi nowadays. This is because more people are working from home, and it’s nice to book a cabin and get a change of scenery! Cabin listings will often have that featured as an amenity. If you find yourself without wifi, you can bring a personal VPN to connect, or just curl up with a good book!

How will you prepare meals? What food should I pack?
It’s important to know the kitchen amenities before you start planning your cabin meals. Make sure you can keep cold items cold, have basic essentials like pots and pans, and a dishwasher (or dishwashing friends!) for easy cleanup. As far as food is concerned – that’s totally up to you!

What cabin amenities can I expect?
Make sure to fully read the cabin listing before booking your cabin getaway. Often, PNW cabins will be equipped with basic essentials, like bedding, pillows, towels, soap, and water. However, there are so many types of Pacific Northwest cabins to rent, so it’s important to know what you are reserving before you commit!

Is my cabin safe? What are the safety precautions in place?
In order to be a part of short-term rental programs (like Airbnb), many safety measures have to be met in order to book guests. However, for a little extra safety, make sure to lock doors while inside, and keep valuables hidden when you leave for the day. If you are concerned about wildlife or traffic, bring that up with your host and they can give you more information to help ease any extra worries.

Is there a season to book a cabin if I want to save money?
Depending on where in the world you book your cabin stay, there is usually a busy season and a slow season. Before booking your cabin getaway, spend some time researching the area and the popular tourist times. In order to save a little money, consider coming in the off-season months, or the shoulder season, which is the time directly before and after the busy season.

Is there a quiet area for small kids to go to sleep early?
If you have babies or small children, you may be interested in booking a place with quiet bedrooms. Ideally, ones where they can be sound asleep on one side of the house, and you can visit and enjoy late-night chats with friends on the other end. Spend some time browsing the listing to get a feel for the layout of the house.

These are all important questions that will ultimately determine what cabin essentials you will need to bring. Make sure to FULLY read the listing, including amenities, directions, and reviews. Still have questions? Reach out to the owner!

Unique Cabins in the Pacific Northwest to Rent on Airbnb this Winter

The Oregon Coast Modern

Emily Mandagie on deck of Oregon Coast Modern, Manzanita Oregon
  • Location: Manzanita, Oregon
  • Capacity: 6 people
  • Beds: 3
  • Extras: Barbecue, close access to ocean, stylish interior.

The Oregon Coast Modern is a mid-century modern cabin nestled in the small coastal town of Manzanita, Oregon.

This is one of the best Pacific Northwest cabins to book if you are taking an Oregon Coast road trip! It can host up to six people, so bring the whole family or a small group of friends to enjoy the space.

Nestled next to Neahkanie Beach, there are tons of Oregon coast hikes to explore in all directions.

Elk Flats Trail is directly north of the cabin and Oswald West State Park connects to this as well. Don’t forget the iconic Cannon Beach, just 15 minutes north, including Ecola State Park’s Crescent Beach trail. Need more inspiration? Check out the best beaches in Oregon before your trip!

Niksen House

  • Location: Mount Hood, Oregon
  • Capacity: 5 people
  • Beds: 3
  • Extras: large deck, outdoor fire pit

Niksen House is a Scandinavian-inspired cabin in the Mout Hood area of Oregon. It’s one of the top Pacific Northwest rental cabins in Mount Hoot for those who are seeking adventure – especially if it involves waterfalls! Nearby, you can find Ramona Falls, Tumalo Falls, and the Columbia River Gorge waterfalls a short drive away.

Stay for the cozy cabin vibes, fresh local coffee available, and tons of streaming services for a movie night in. It’s a great cabin to rent with your family or a small group of friends!

Doc Roys Legacy On Fish Lake

Doc Roys Legacy Cabin - Leavenworth, Washington
  • Location: Leavenworth, Washington
  • Capacity: 2 people
  • Beds: 1
  • Extras: Hot tub, lakefront + dock access, outdoor fire pit, large deck 

Doc Roys Cabin sits on Fish Lake, just a 20-minute drive north of Leavenworth, Washington. It’s one of the prettiest and coziest Pacific Northwest cabins to book if you want a good mix of proximity to town but still a healthy amount of privacy.

With lakefront access, incredible mountain views, and tons of outdoor space, this quiet cabin is perfect for couples who want to escape everyday life to connect with nature and each other.

With a full kitchen, huge open windows, and a sleeping loft, this unique Pacific Northwest cabin has everything you need for some serious R&R. You can spend the morning paddling a canoe along the lake, sipping coffee on the deck, or watching the sunset in the hot tub.

Tye Haus

Tye Haus (Old picture)
  • Location: Skykomish, Washington (Stevens Pass)
  • Capacity: 4 guests
  • Beds: 1 bedroom, 2 beds
  • Baths: 1
  • Extras: Hot Tub, wifi

Tye Haus is probably one of the most well-known cabins in Washington, and one of the most instagrammed Pacific Northwest cabins in the region! This is a perfect weekend getaway from Seattle, because Skykomish is just a quick 1.5-hour drive from the city. Come get away for the weekend without traveling far!

From the picture-perfect hot tub on the deck, cozy fireplace inside, and proximity to countless hikes (and hot springs!), you can’t get any more Pacific Northwest than this! Some of our favorite hiking trails around the area include Wallace Falls, Barclay Lake, and Scenic Hot Springs.

> Book Tye Haus (Skykomish, WA) Here on Airbnb. <

Tye Haus already booked? Try its other neighboring Pacific Northwest cabins – Sky Haus & Foss Haus

South Fork Cabin

South Fork Cabin - PNW Cabin Rentals
  • Location: Baring, Washington (Stevens Pass)
  • Capacity: 6
  • Beds: 1 bedroom, 4 beds (loft space)
  • Baths: 1
  • Extras: River access, outdoor Fire Pit

South Fork Cabin is tucked away in the small town of Baring, at the foot of the South Fork River in Washington. The wrap-around deck on two sides, fire pit and picnic table in the backyard, and quiet river access make this an incredible place for outdoor retreats with a small gathering of friends and family.

With one private room on the main floor and two queen beds in the loft, this PNW cabin can comfortably fit six guests! South Fork Cabin is very close to Seattle (just a 1-hour drive) making it a convenient weekend retreat, especially for residents north of Seattle.

Proximity to tons of adventurous places is just one of the many draws to South Fork Cabin. Hikes to Barclay Lake, Lake Serene and Bridal Veil Falls, and Wallace Falls are just the beginning of nearby hikes in the area!

South Fork cabin is one of the best Pacific Northwest cabins to book if you want to spend a weekend hiking in the Cascade Mountains!

> Book South Fork Cabin (Baring, WA) Here on Airbnb. <

Wild Lily Cabins – Index, WA

  • Location: Index, Washington
  • Capacity: 16 People
  • Beds: 3 bedrooms, 8 beds
  • Baths: 1
  • Extras: Hot tub, large fire pit, fire places, river access, tons of Washington trails nearby

Wild Lily Cabins is not one, but THREE Pacific Northwest cabins on the same property – perfect for large parties of friends or family reunions. There is a private hot tub, several cozy fireplaces, and free wifi on the premises. Wild Lily Cabins is the perfect place to gather some friends and sit around the table playing games (or doing a puzzle) while you watch the snowfall outside. 

These Pacific Northwest cabins boast huge windows looking at the surrounding ferns and mossy trees, making it feel like you are tucked away in the temperate and cool rainforests of Washington.

Wild Lily Cabin is situated in the perfect area to meet a variety of needs. The town of Index is a very short drive away for last-minute groceries and restaurants. They also have nearby rock climbing routes, secret swimming holes along the river, and access to tons of beautiful PNW hiking trails. Just feel like staying in? There are tons of tucked away loft spaces, cozy armchairs, and fireplaces to curl up by and read a good book!

> Book Wild Lily Cabins (Index, WA) Here on Airbnb <

Crystal Peak Lookout

Crystal Peak Lookout - TheMandagies.com
  • Location: Fernwood, Idaho
  • Capacity: 2
  • Beds: 1 bedroom, 1 bed
  • Bath: 1 outhouse
  • Extras: Outdoor Sauna, Snowcat access only in winter, outhouse, wood-burning fireplace

Who says Pacific Northwest cabins have to be on the ground?

Probably one of the most unique Airbnbs in the area, Crystal Peak Lookout is the perfect way to spend a magical winter weekend in the Pacific Northwest. 

Beautifully renovated by Kristie Wolfe, this old Washington fire lookout was purchased and moved to its new home in Idaho, where it has been given new life as a beautiful & secluded forest escape. On the property, guests can enjoy private trails, a wood-burning stove and outdoor sauna, and 360-degree views of the Idaho forest atop the lookout.

This unique getaway requires at least two trips – one in the winter and one in the summer – because each season provides it’s own unique experience! In the winter, guests are taken up to the lookout via a Vintage Snow Cat, and the summer brings some of the most beautiful wildflowers and trails to explore. You’ll be booking your next trip before your first one is even over!

> Book Crystal Peak Lookout (Fernwood, ID) Here on Airbnb <

Fern Gully: Redwood Cabin

Pacific Northwest Cabins - Fern Gully - Vancouver Island
  • Location: Near Port Renfrew, Vancouver Island, Canada
  • Capacity: 3 guests
  • Beds: 1 bedroom, 2 beds
  • Baths: ½ bath
  • Extras: Off-grid (no wifi), outdoor shower, outhouse

Tucked away in the rainforest of Vancouver Island sits this little wooden cabin getaway. Fern Gully is a perfect home base to explore Vancouver Island stops like China Beach, Botanical Beach, Big Lonely Doug, and other amazing spots along the coast. Fern Gully hosts 3 separate cabins, Redwood (pictured above), The Cypress Cabin, and the Grand Fir Cabin. All of these Pacific Northwest cabins share 1 outhouse, but each has its own private outdoor shower.

With simple, no-fuss amenities, you get an opportunity to really connect with the outdoors during your time in this Pacific Northwest getaway. There is outdoor seating next to a fire ring, trail access to the neighboring rainforest, and enormous windows in the sleeping loft to be lulled to sleep by the sounds and sights of the forest.

Fern Gully Cabins also has elopement packages, so if you were thinking about escaping to get married, consider this magical retreat for your big day!

> Book Fern Gully Cabins (Jordan River, BC) Here On Airbnb < 

Is the Redwood Cabin already booked? Try the neighboring sister cabins, The Grand Fir and the Cypress Cabin.

Sandpoint Yurt

berty outside of yurt exterior
  • Location: Near Sandpoint, Idaho
  • Capacity: 2
  • Beds: 1 bedroom, 1 bed
  • Bath: 1 outhouse
  • Extras: Wood burning stove, outhouse, owners on site

Have you ever dreamed of staying in a yurt, but don’t want to hike miles to get there? This dreamy Sandpoint yurt is easily accessible, so you don’t have to worry about lugging all your gear and food up a mountain, but you’ll still feel tucked away in the trees! It’s the perfect place to stay on this North Idaho road trip itinerary.

This yurt comes with a queen bed, a wood-fueled stove, a two-burner stove for cooking, and an outhouse. If you’re looking for a cozy place to spend your winter weekend, look no further! With basic amenities, you can escape all the distractions of everyday life, and spend the day returning to the simple pleasures in life.

Nearby, you also have easy access to hiking trails around North Idaho, including around Schweitzer Mountain, Lunch Peak, and Round Top. For a perfect quick weekend getaway from places like Spokane, WA or Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, consider renting this secluded and private yurt.

> Book This Tiny Yurt (Sandpoint, ID) Here On Airbnb <


SkyCabin in Skykomish WA
Photo Credit: SkyCabin via Airbnb.com

  • Location: Skykomish, WA
  • Capacity: 4 guests
  • Beds: 2 bedrooms, 2 beds
  • Baths: 1
  • Extras: Indoor fireplace, wifi

SkyCabin is a modern, newly renovated cabin in the quiet Washington mountain town of Skykomish, Washington. It’s the perfect home base for all kinds of activities, from winter adventures like skiing and snowshoeing at the nearby Stevens Pass to spring and summer hiking trails, kayaking, and mountain biking trails.

Offering a quiet retreat away from the noise and bustle of the city, this cabin is also the perfect retreat for those who aren’t very outdoorsy. Stay inside SkyCabin’s stylish space, and cozy up on the couch to watch some movies or read a good book!

> Book Sky Cabin (Skykomish, WA) Here on Airbnb <

Ralstin House

Ralstin House - Cabins to Rent in the San Juans, Washington
Photo Credit: Ralstin House via Airbnb.com

  • Location: Guemes Island, WA
  • Capacity: 4 guests
  • Beds: 2 bedrooms, 2 beds
  • Baths: 1
  • Extras: Wifi, indoor wood stove, two bikes and helmets for you to use

Looking for a unique escape in Washington State? Consider looking to the Puget Sound! The archipelago of islands here provides some of the most unique and secluded Pacific Northwest cabins to rent this season. Perfect for romantic getaways in Washington or a rejuvenating retreat.

And this is why we introduce you to the Ralstin House!

This custom-built home is peacefully nestled in a lush forest with easy access to beaches, parks, hiking trails, and the small island town of Guemes Island. The home features an open floor plan, wifi, an indoor wood stove (for extra cozy feels), and a TV with digital movie access (if that’s your vacay style).

> Book Ralstin House (Guemes Island, WA) Here on Airbnb <

Pleasant Bay Lookout

Pleasant Bay Lookout - Cabins in Bellingham, WA
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  • Location: Bellingham, WA
  • Capacity: 2 guests
  • Beds: 1 bedroom, 1 bed
  • Baths: 1 (in the basement of owners’ home)
  • Extras: Hot tub, wifi, large glass wall of windows, deck to take in the view

This small cabin is perched in the trees overlooking the Salish Sea near Bellingham, Washington. While the lookout is a simple 1 room space with a couch that converts into a double bed, it more than makes up for the small spaces with large views!

A wall of glass windows allows you to take in the view no matter the weather, with an expansive deck and outdoor living space that brings you closer to the sights and sounds of nature. While there’s no bathroom or kitchen in the lookout, you have access to a bathroom in the basement of the owners’ home, as well as a small fridge and microwave.

> Book Pleasant Bay Lookout (Bellingham, WA) Here on Airbnb <

Cabin #3 – Alfie The A-Frame

Cabins in the Pacific Northwest - Alfie The A-Frame
Photo Credit: Alfie The A-Frame via Airbnb.com
  • Location: Sunshine Coast, British Columbia, Canada
  • Capacity: 2 guests
  • Beds: 1 bedroom, 1 bed
  • Baths: 1
  • Extras: Loft cabin, located close to dozens of BC hiking trails

This beautiful loft cabin sits tucked away in the trees overlooking the Sechelt Inlet. Located at the end of the street and a very short walk to the beach, you can bet your stay will be quiet, relaxing, and close to nature. Fun fact: Alfie the A-Frame is Airbnb’s second most wish-listed rental across Canada!

Renting Alfie The A-Frame is the perfect Pacific Northwest cabin to rent for residents of Vancouver, BC. Just a short drive and a few ferry rides up the Sunshine Coast can bring you to a quiet, peaceful area along the Strait of Georgia. Come for the stunning hiking views, slow mornings, and sleeping in!

> Book Alfie The A-Frame (Sunshine Coast, BC) Here on Airbnb <

Raven’s Nest Treehouse 

Pacific Northwest Cabins - Raven's Nest Montana Treehouse
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  • Location: Columbia Falls, MT
  • Capacity: 6 guests
  • Beds: 2 bedrooms, 4 beds
  • Baths: 2
  • Extras: Wifi, close to hiking trails and to town

This dreamy two-story treehouse is located near the Whitefish Ski Resort and just 30 minutes from Glacier National Park in Western Montana. It’s the absolute perfect escape if you’re looking for outdoor adventure AND if you’re looking for a quiet retreat close to an adorable small mountain town – it has the best of both worlds!

It sits on a property called Montana Treehouse Resort alongside another popular PNW cabin, the Meadowlark Treehouse. Together, they have been featured in many home networks including Zillow, HGTV, the DIY Network, and Outside Magazine.

> Book Raven’s Nest Treehouse (Columbia Falls, MT) Here on Airbnb <

Just because winter is quickly approaching, doesn’t mean your adventures have to sit on the shelf until next year. Renting one of these amazing Pacific Northwest cabins in the winter can be the perfect way to balance chilly adventures while also wanting to cozy up by a wood-burning fireplace. 

Do you know of any unique Pacific Northwest cabins for rent? Share some of your favorites we should add to this list in the comments below!


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