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This rustic cabin is located on an 80 acre property in Rhododendron, Oregon, near Mt. Hood, and is perfect for four guests looking for a secluded weekend getaway. As guests enter the cabin, they will find two cozy twin beds, as well as a queen-size bed in the loft. Glampers will have access to a private composting outhouse and can use the nearby creek or river to bathe for a true glamping experience. Linens are provided for the beds, as well as Pendelton quilts and wool blankets. Guests should be aware of the 10 minute hike, from the parking area, in order to reach the cabin. The hosts are happy to help haul guests and their gear from the parking area to the cabin upon arrival. The cabin is off-the-grid, however, the hosts provide a generator that powers a few lights, as well as electrical outlets to charge devices. The hosts also provide candles and lanterns.
Glampers will adore curling up in front of a toasty, wood-burning stove as a dusting of snow transforms the natural surrounding beauty into a frozen winter wonderland. Large luminous windows flood the space with natural light and offer striking views of vibrant vegetation. Guests will be lulled by the peaceful sound of the babbling creek that runs through the property.
Outside, a wooden deck awaits guests, where they can sit back and relax after a long day of exploring the great outdoors. There is an impressive cascading waterfall just around the corner that can be reached after a leisurely stroll through the property’s scenic grounds.
With all of the wonderful facilities offered, guests will have everything they need and more to have a comfortable stay. The spacious deck is a great nook to enjoy a fresh cup of coffee in the morning or a crisp glass of wine as the day comes to an end. On a chilly night, glampers can gather around the fire pit and warm up as they gaze at the twinkling stars above. Additionally, as a gentle breeze sways guests in the hammock, their stresses will simply melt away. When the clouds roll in, boredom is simply not an option. Guests can escape to the pages of a novel or gather around the table with a board game.
There are many great restaurants on the mountain. Skyway Bar and Grill has home-made comfort food, live music on weekends and a fun atmosphere. The Rendezvous has great food and desserts! Wraptitude is perfect for breakfast or lunch wraps and has a drive through. All these restaurants are located on Highway 26.
Glampers yearning to get away from it all and to get reacquainted with nature should look no further than this incredible cabin situated in Rhododendron, Oregon. Majestic towering cedar trees and lush vegetation encompass the property, which give it natural seclusion and allow guests to appreciate nature without having to set foot off the property. Glampers' minds will be at ease as they are serenaded by the tranquil sound of a babbling creek and the buzz of wildlife all around them.
Moreover, the cabin’s proximity to Mt. Hood National Forest will delight nature enthusiasts and offers them a myriad of outdoor entertainment options. This cabin is an ideal vacation destination for those looking to escape the fast pace of everyday life and to spend their days in the serenity that nature provides.
This cabin’s impeccable location amid nature makes it abundant in entertaining outdoor activities. During the colder months, winter sports buffs can take to the slopes and get their adrenaline pumping with a thrilling ski or snowboard run down the freshly powdered trails.
When it warms up, hiking enthusiasts can ascend a scenic trail in Mt. Hood National Forest and be rewarded with breathtaking panoramic views of the natural surrounding beauty. It is also an opportune moment to observe local flora and fauna in their natural habitats.
Cycling buffs can set off on one of the many bike paths to explore the area at fast speeds. Moreover, the cabin is close to premier fishing spots, where glampers can try their luck at reeling in a big catch.
Guests should note the cabin is a 10-minute uphill hike from the parking area. If guests plan on hiking in on their own, they should arrive before dark, as the trail to the cabin is not lit. The hosts are happy to help haul guests and their gear up to the cabin if they wish. For guests arriving after dark, they should text the host when they are en-route so that they can be greeted at the cabin.
This accommodation is off-the-grid; there is no Wi-Fi or cell phone service. The cabin is powered by an electric generator, candles, or lanterns. The cabin is a 10-minute hike in from the parking area so guests should dress accordingly.