Lodging at Mt. Rainier
Special: 10% off stays four nights or longer.
Two night minimum every night, June through September, and every weekend year round.
Deep Forest Cabins and Valley Cottages are the perfect accommodations for exploring Mt. Rainier - whether hiking, skiing, climbing, enjoying wildflowers, or just relaxing. Our cabins are perfect for romantic getaways, solitude, or connecting with friends and family. We welcome you.
We invite you to stay at one of our five Deep Forest cabins located on a private lane off the main highway, adjacent to the main entrance to Mt. Rainier and Paradise, near Ashford. These cabins are nestled in 20 acres of beautiful intact forest of old trees ensuring generous amounts of privacy and space. Each unique, hand crafted cabin is luxuriously appointed with its own private outdoor hot tub and one or two person indoor jetted soaking tub, tiled bathroom, shower, hardwood floors, electric heat, full kitchen, TV, and fireplace. We also offer a smaller Chanterelle Guest House with king bed and shower.
We also invite you to stay at our Nisqually Valley Cottages, the Barn Owl and Huckleberry Cottage. They are located three miles from the other cabins on two and a half acres,with lawn and forest. Barn Owl has a private location bordered on two sides by forest and features a private hot tub, full kitchen, full bath, deck with gas grill, carpet, and electric heat. Huckleberry Cottage has private outdoor hot tub, jetted indoor six foot soaking tub, gas log fireplace, full kitchen, wood and tile floors, deck with gas grill. Both have Wi-fi.
As recommended in Best Places to Kiss in the Northwest, 2009-2014;Frommers 2009-2013; Trip Advisor (ranked first in 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014; Certificate of Excellence 2013; and King-5 Best of the NW
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- Our lodging is smoke free
- Sorry, but no pets allowed.
- Our forest is a sanctuary for wild animals and plants
- Children over 10 welcome.
- 2 night minimum stay on weekends, holidays and every night from June through September.