Modern Dog-Friendly Cabin With Hot Tub near Mt. Hood National ForestRhododendron, Oregon (United States) view map
Description of Glamping Units
This modern dog-friendly cabin near the Mt. Hood National Forest has modern amenities like a hot tub and fire pit. This is a sweet remodel. With vaulted ceilings, track lighting and large windows that invite the sunlight, this otherwise small space is liberated, cheery, and classy, giving it the illusion of a much bigger home. The entry way has a mudroom and full bathroom. A bedroom with a queen-size bed is right off the living room and the other bedroom is off the kitchen and has a queen-size bed and ensuite bathroom. The kitchen has basic amenities and a gas grill on the deck in addition to a fire pit in the backyard. Read More
- DVD player
- Kitchen equipment
- Linens provided
- Movie library
- Private hot tub
- Towels provided
This cabin has great amenities and tasteful details, which make this place a proverbial diamond in the rough. With vaulted ceilings, track lighting, large windows, and a cozy fireplace, the living area is great for relaxing. For entertainment, guests can watch a movie on the flat-screen cable TV or go outside to enjoy the private hot tub. The kitchen is efficient and elegant with an up-to-date stove, fridge, and fixtures. There’s a microwave, waffle iron, and coffee maker and grinder. The lovely dining set has room for four guests.
During the summer, the fire pit outside is great for toasting smores and enjoying the fresh mountain air.
- Dining room
- Jacuzzi/Hot Tub
- Patio furniture
- TV room
Location + Surroundings
Nestled between Steel Creek to the East and the ZigZag River to the west, this adorable cabin is the perfect destination all year-round. It’s close to two of the official Oregon Cascades Birding Trails, and it is just 15 minutes to skiing at Skibowl and the historic Timberline Lodge in nearby Government Camp. There are recreational activities in the Mount Hood area, including world-class fishing. The Mount Hood National Forest has 60 square miles of forest, streams, and lakes. Read More
- Bird watching
- Helicopter flight
- Horseback riding
- Wildlife viewing
- Winter sports
There are many activities in the Mount Hood National Forest because there are 60 square miles of forest, streams, and lakes, which means there are plenty of places to hike, bike, kayak, fish, and more. There are two of the official Oregon Cascades Birding Trails, making Rhododendron a go-to spot for ornithologists. There are great sites for recreational activities in the Mount Hood area like world-class fishing. During the winter, the cabin is just 15 minutes to skiing at Skibowl and historic Timberline Lodge in nearby Government Camp. There are more world-class ski resorts in the area, too.
- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 30 days prior to check in.
This property is dog-friendly for an additional nightly fee.
There is a minimum renting age of 21.