Lovely way to curl up and hide from the holidays. It's out of the way, but not so out of the way that its difficult to pop out for more groceries o...
Lovely way to curl up and hide from the holidays. It's out of the way, but not so out of the way that its d...
Rustic Log Cabin with Wood Fireplace in Greenbank, WashingtonGreenbank, Washington (United States) view map
Description of Glamping Units
This rustic log cabin is located in Greenbank, Washington, and can accommodate four guests (two adults). There is one bedroom and one full bathroom. The master bedroom has a king size bed and a TV, and there is a loft with two additional twin beds if guests bring along children (note that access to the loft is via steep stairs, and may not be suitable for very young children). In the first bathroom, guests will find a toilet, a sink, a bathtub, and a shower. Linens and towels are provided.
In the living room, guests will find a sofa, cable TV, a DVD player, and a wood-burning fireplace. The fully equipped kitchen comes with a stove, and oven, and a refrigerator. Outside, there is a rocking bench, a duck pond, and a gas grill. Read More
- Dining table
- DVD player
- King-size bed
- Kitchen equipment
- Linens provided
- Private bathroom
- Towels provided
- Twin/Single Bed
- Wood-burning stove
Relaxing is the number one priority at this property, and whether that entails feeding the ducks by the outdoor pond, or siding up close to the wood-burning fireplace inside, it is up for guests to decide. The kitchen comes equipped with essentials to cook up a feast, and guests are always free to use the grill outside to make a delicious barbecue meal. Guests can also watch cable TV or a film using the DVD player to let time slip them by in this magnificent setting.
- Deck or balcony
- Patio furniture
Location + Surroundings
This rustic log cabin is located in Greenbank, Washington, and is situated on 25 acres of almost unspoiled Whidbey Island land. County seat and charming city, Oak Harbor, is a half an hour drive away, and the beautiful Deception Pass State Park provides the northern 'full stop' to this tranquil island. South of the property lies several more townships and communities, such as Langley and Freeland, all the while the coastline offers staggering outlooks to Puget Sound, the body of water that will eventually lead to downtown Seattle. A quick ferry from Fort Casey will take guests across to Port Townsend, a lovely seaside town and gateway to the Olympic Peninsula. It is only 60 miles to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (though this trip does involve a ferry), so a multitude of flight connections are available nearby for both international and domestic travelers. Read More
Please inquire with the host for information and pricing regarding tours and packages.
- Bird watching
- Paddle boarding
- Water sports
- Whale watching
- Wildlife viewing
Whidbey Island is an area of Washington begging to be explored. Enjoy a fine seafood dinner at Coupeville, only 12 miles north, where galleries and antique stores will also satisfy the art-lover (or the boutique shopper!). Several state parks give guests the opportunity to roam the island in the most tranquil way possible, including Deception Pass, which offers 38 miles of hiking trails and wonderful seashore vistas. Fort Casey is also well worth a visit due to its array of historical batteries, and if guests are really up for a journey, ferries from Anacortes can take them to one of the unforgettable San Juan Islands, or even as far as Sidney, Canada!
- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 30 days prior to check in.
No pets allowed. Extra fees apply.