Tree House Style Cabin Nestled at the Foot of Scenic, Snow-Capped Mt. Adams, WashingtonWhite Salmon, Washington (United States) view map
Description of Glamping Units
This tree house has two floors. The second floor lies amid the Douglas firs. A hand-crafted, circular staircase provides access to this floor. There is also a full-size log bed that was hand-crafted from Western Red cedar, allowing glampers to snooze away in comfort.
All amenities necessary for a relaxing stay at the tree house are provided for glampers' use. The kitchen is complete with all standard appliances including utensils, dishes, and a propane barbecue on the front deck. The year-round hot tub on the deck adjacent to the living room will increase guests' enjoyment of this serene setting. This tree house is heated by a propane stove for glampers' comfort during the chilly months, and firewood is included in the price of renting this tree house. Towels and linens are provided for guests at this tree house. The second sleeping accommodation is the fold-out futon/sofa in the main floor sitting room. Alternately, fold-out cots are an option. Read More
- Dining table
- Double bed
- Kitchen equipment
- Linens provided
- Lounge/Living room
- Non smoking
- Private bathroom
- Private hot tub
- Radio/Stereo system
- Running water
- Sofa bed/Futon
- Tea kettle
- Towels provided
- Wood burning stove
This two-story tree house is uniquely furnished to create a warm and friendly atmosphere. Guests can enjoy a private master bedroom with a full-size bed, private bath facilities, a complete kitchen featuring a propane range/oven, a microwave, a dishwasher, all major cooking and dining utensils, a refrigerator, and a propane barbecue. There is also a stereo system, a hot tub on a secluded deck, a ski-lift Swing, a full-size hide-a-bed sofa in the sitting room, and decorative quilted wall-hangings by Rebecca Conant.
- BBQ grill
- Deck or balcony
- Patio furniture
The basic nightly fee is for two people, but the property can accommodate up to four guests. If there are more than two guests, the hosts will charge an extra $20.00/night per guest and send a revised booking offer to incorporate those charges.
Although dog-friendly, some restrictions and cautions apply. Please contact the hosts for additional information.
Children stay here at half-price of the additional guest fee. Check-in time is 4:00pm and check-out is 11:00am.
This tree house has several obstacles in which parents are advised of in order for children to have a safe tree house stay. The host wants to ensure safe and enjoyable stays with no unwelcome surprises.
The following should be taken into account when staying at this tree house:
- There are steep outside stairs.
- Children under 12 should not be allowed in a hot tub.
- Children 12 through 18 years old should be accompanied by an adult.
- There is a circular stair to the second floor.
- There is a wood stove which heats the treehouse marvelously; but, the exterior can get very hot.
- Wild animals about and friendly dogs on site.
- There is a deep pond on the property, which is brim full during certain seasons and never fully empty.
- There are tools and farm equipment near the various buildings. Read More
Location + Surroundings
Located only 80 miles from Portland, Oregon, and across the Columbia River from Hood River, in historic White Salmon, Washington, this romantic tree house is nestled at the foot of scenic, snow-capped Mt. Adams. This charming, one-of-a-kind tree house is the ideal romantic glamping trip. This is in a place of wild beauty. Enjoy leisurely walks or relax in the privacy of the hot tub located on the deck. Rain, snow, or shine, the beauty and serenity surrounding the tree house is unique and exhilarating. Read More
- Bird watching
- Feeding animals
- Horseback riding
- Paddle boarding
- Water sports
- Wine tasting
- Winter sports
The Columbia Gorge is famous around the world for recreation, culture and adventure activities. The treehouse is smack dab in the geographic center of the Columbia Gorge Scenic area, which makes it a very convenient base for day trips to other places of interest. The summer is a beautiful time to visit the tree house. It offers a cool alternative to the dust and heat many have grown so accustomed to in the city. During the winter, the cozy warmth of the wood stove, the gently falling snowflakes, and the quiescent, snow-blanketed earth will leave guests in absolute bliss.
In the fall, guests can go windsurfing and wind-sailing, as well as rock climbing and mountain biking. In the warmer months, glampers can spend their days kayaking, white water rafting and water skiing. In the winter, enjoy snow skiing, snowboarding, and cross-country skiing. Guests can also spend their days hiking, golfing, fishing and horseback riding and mountain climbing. For a more relaxing activity, spend your days picking huckleberries.