Secluded Romantic Cabin Rental for Couples next to Olympic National ParkPort Angeles, Washington (United States of America)
Secluded Romantic Cabin Rental for Couples next to Olympic National Park
"We loved the cabin for our stay in Port Angeles. Location was great to enjoy both the Lavender fields and everything that Olympic National park has t…"
Discover the Olympic National Forest and more next National Couples Day at this cabin rental!
This newly-built cabin rental is ideal for two people but can sleep five. Its secluded location near Olympic National Park makes it the perfect spot for couples looking for a romantic getaway, including honeymoons and anniversaries. The main pond-view room has a single window-seat bed and a sofa that converts to an excellent queen-size airbed. Up the unique ladder to the second floor, guests will find a roomy loft with a memory-foam queen-size bed and a single mattress.
There are fine linens and towels, along with plenty of wood should guests wish to use the wood-burning stove. Guests can cook with ease in the full kitchen, which comes complete with all the equipment needed to prepare a delicious meal, including spices and basic necessities.
The luxury cabin is only a few miles from the Olympic National Park and is adjacent to Olympic National Forest. All that the Olympic Peninsula has to offer can be accessed in just a few miles. This includes clear rivers, waterfalls, hot springs, glacier-carved lakes, pristine beaches with sea stacks, opportunities to see Orcas and Humpback whales, trout, salmon and halibut fishing, kayaking, and all levels of trails and hikes.
Glampers can relax and enjoy the private natural environment with awe-inspiring views from all of the accommodations. Each rental is private from the other, with its own private deck yet with easy walking access to each other (when rented as a group). The pool is exclusively for the log cabin, yet groups who rent accommodations together can share the pool and all the 25 acres of private trails and ponds. There are fire pits with wood included and barbecues for easy outside cooking.
The dock on the pond has basic fishing equipment for catching the bluegill or bass. The bald eagles have taken all the trout, but guests can still sometimes see them dive for bass. This is a refined way to (dis)connect and feed one's soul while still relishing all the amenities, no matter what one's age is or what the occasion, whether that be national couples day or just a regular old getaway with your loved one - this cabin is suited for all occasions.
- Outdoor pool
- Shared Barbecue
We have been very diligent in sanitizing and sterilizing our homes. We wash all bedding, quilts and pillows in high heat as well as sanitize and sterilize all surfaces, table tops, all types of handles, appliances, remotes and everything between each booking. We are being meticulous in protecting our guests and making this a safe and worry free environment in as many ways as we can, with CDC guidelines and then some. It is challenging times for all of us and we want you to know of our sincerity in protecting you. We consider this a sanctuary from the virus. Being in the out-of-doors among this spectacular nature is one of the best ways to rejuvenate and restore and be able to have relaxing "distance".
Check-in: 03:00 AM
Check out: 11:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Port Angeles, Washington (United States of America)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Winter sports
- Water sports
- Horseback riding
- Whitewater rafting
- Stand-up paddleboarding
- Whale watching
- Wildlife watching
- Feeding animals
The possibilities for adventure are endless. Within minutes guests can venture into the moss-covered rainforest with a huge range of wildlife, see gorgeous glacier-carved mountains and lakes, watch orcas and whales frolicking and leaping, visit a British-style city and splendid garden, find sea otters swimming around sea stacks, visit native museums and find the natural setting that feeds your soul. The Olympic Peninsula has more diversity than anywhere else in America.
Hiking is the ideal way to explore this beautiful part of the world, especially when it is followed by a relaxing soak in one of the natural hot springs in the area. Alternatively, guests can have a soak in one of the hot tubs with panoramic views of the Olympic Mountains.
Whether guests are nature lovers who like to kayak, surf, fish, spot birds, watch whales, bike or hike the trails, or someone in search of the perfect quiet natural setting, this vacation spot is the ideal destination. Glampers who come to this 25 acres can roam the lush lupine covered meadows, languish by the ponds, see bald eagles and blue herons, and easily access Olympic National Park just a few minutes away.