16 Stunning Treehouses and Cabins in Washington You Need to Book

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When you need to get away for a weekend in Washington, there’s no better place to stay than a cabin. They are the quintessential place to stay to fully appreciate the forests, mountains, or lakes that the state has to offer. There are some amazing Airbnb cabins in Washington, but it can be hard to sort through all of them.

I’ve stayed in many different places in the state over the years and picked out some of the best Washington Airbnb cabins based on their location and amenities. There are a variety of mountain cabin rentals in Washington, secluded cabin rentals in Washington state, and more.

Whether you want to stay by the ocean or deep in the forest, here are 16 of the best Airbnbs in Washington State when you’re looking for a cabin.

What to Pack for Washington Airbnb Cabins and Treehouses

You’ll want to check what amenities your Airbnb cabin in Washington has before you go. While I have a complete list of road trip essentials, here are a few items you may want to bring.

If you’ll be exploring the outdoors around your cabin in the fall or the winter, here’s what I recommend wearing:

Mountain Hardwear Rhea Ridge Parka tasc Performance Crosstown Leggings Mountain Hardwear Pom-Pom Beanie Blundstone High-Top Boots

If you’ll be going on a winter hike during your trip, you’ll want to read my post on cold weather hiking clothes.

The Best Treehouses and Cabins in Washington State to Rent

Whether you want to be on the river or up in the mountains, here are some of the best Washington Airbnb cabins.

1. Seattle Urban Treehouse

Seattle Urban Treehouse
Photo credit: VRBO

Location: Seattle
Capacity: 2
Dogs allowed: No
Price: Starts at $200 per night

This chic Seattle treehouse has stylish finishings, a sleek, modern kitchen, and a hot tub! If you want all of the benefits of staying in a forest without compromising that luxury feel of a hotel, then this property might be the one for you. 

You’ll be hidden away amongst towering maple and cider trees at this urban forest stay, and the location is perfectly private and serene. The owners are even offering deep discounts for extended says, so be sure to check this property out ASAP. 

For all its privacy, this home is only a ten-minute drive Seattle downtown and minutes away from Lake Washington. If you’ve never been to Washington State before, this would be a great place to start. 

Make sure you book a tour of Seattle while you’re there, as the city is filled with attractions and sightseeing options any tourist will love. You’ll particularly love a Pike Place Market food tour.

2. Lake Chelan Treehouse Cabin

Lake Chelan Treehouse
Photo credit: VRBO

Location: Chelan
Capacity: 4
Dogs allowed: No
Price: Starts at $227 per night

If it’s a lake-side view you’re after, you’ll fall in love with this Chelan treehouse for rent in Washington. Step outside with your morning coffee and welcome the day as you look out at the magnificent Lake Chelan, the largest natural lake in all of Washington State. The pink and orange hues of sunset shimmer on the lake waters, and the near-panoramic views are bound to take your breath away. 

The treehouse itself is rustic and warm, offering an ideal place to cuddle up and spend some quality time with your loved ones. The deck also has a gas grill where you can cook up a storm with the family. 

One big bonus is your proximity to the beach – it’s only one hundred yards away! Take a twenty-minute drive into Chelan, and you’ll also find world-class wineries to wet your palette.

3. Cozy Dog-Friendly Cabin

cozy dog friendly cabin leavenworth
Photo credit: VRBO

Location: Lake Wenatchee
Capacity: 9 people
Dogs Allowed: Yes
Price: Starts at $127 per night

When you’re looking for a dog-friendly cabin in Washington, you’ll love staying here. You’ll be right across from Lake Wenatchee and have a huge space to make meals if you’re entertaining a group. There’s a deck outside that provides views of the lake and is a fun place to have a barbeque.

You’re also right near a trail that leads down to the lake so you can access Lake Wenatchee State Park. You can also drive to Leavenworth or Stevens Pass in about half an hour if you feel like getting out for the day during your dog-friendly vacation.

4. Forest House on Orcas Island

Forest House on Orcas Island
Photo credit: VRBO

Location: Orcas Island
Capacity: 4
Dogs allowed: No
Price: Starts at $281 per night

Wonder and enchantment, indeed! This treehouse rental in Washington is like something out of a fairytale, and this is purely by design. You can thank SunRay Kelly for this whimsical treehouse. Kelly is a renowned natural builder who tries to bring out the “magic between nature and architecture” through his fanciful designs, and he’s nailed it with the Forest House.

The property consists of two wooden bungalows tucked away on a deck up in the trees. Expect magnificent cathedral windows, skylights, and cozy decor throughout. There’s also a sunken bathtub – perfect for a wind-down evening with a glass of wine. 

Orcas Island is a fantastic place to be if you’re into the artisanal and obscure. There are tons of craft stores to explore, as well as outdoor activities like kayaking and hiking to keep you busy. You can also take a whale watching tour off the San Juan Islands nearby.

5. Modern Alpine Cabin with Hot Tub & Game Room

Modern Alpine Cabin with Hot Tub & Game Room
Photo credit: VRBO

Location: Leavenworth
Capacity: 10 people
Dogs Allowed: Yes
Price: Starts at $857 per night

Winter in Leavenworth is one of the best times to go, but it also gets pretty crowded at the hotels in town. That’s why this modern alpine cabin is a good choice during this time of year, as you get to experience the town but will enjoy the solitude at this cabin.

This spacious Airbnb in Washington has three bedrooms and two bathrooms, so there’s plenty of room for everyone to spread out. You’ll enjoy a game room as well as a sauna in case you visit during the winter. This is perfect to come back to after a day of skiing in the mountains! It’s also a good base if you’re spending a day exploring Wenatchee activities.

6. Mount Rainier A-Frame Cabin

Mount Rainier A-Frame Cabin
Photo credit: VRBO

Location: Ashford
Capacity:
2 people
Dogs Allowed:
No
Price:
$182 per night

This Mount Rainier A-Frame Cabin is one of the best Airbnb cabins in Washington thanks to its location. You’ll be able to be close to Mount Rainier National Park if you want to explore it during your time there. There are plenty of scenic pull-offs and waterfalls to see in the park.

When you’re done, come back and enjoy the deck at one of the best Airbnbs in Washington State. Wood is available to use, and extra can be purchased if you run out of that pile. There’s also a stove and oven so you can make your own dinner while you’re here.

7. Treehouse Place in Snohomish

Treehouse Place Snohomish
Photo credit: VRBO

Location: Snohomish
Capacity:
Dogs allowed: No 
Price: Starts at $225 per night

Getting to this Snohomish treehouse in Washington is half the fun. There’s a delightful wooden walkway adorned with fairy lights that weave through the forest. Once you get to the top, you’ll find yourself at the entrance of your beautiful home away from home. Treehouse Place is elegant, stylish, and brimming with charm. 

Despite being hidden in the forest, this home is more modern than you might think. You’ll have all the amenities you need for a comfortable stay, as well as stunning views of the nearby Mt Pilchuck. There’s a luxurious soaking tub and a fireplace inside. If you’re looking for a romantic getaway, then this is the spot for you.

8. Stunning Creekfront Cabin Near Mount Rainier

Stunning Creek-Front Cabin
Photo credit: VRBO

Location: Ashford
Capacity:
4 people
Dogs Allowed:
No
Price:
Starts at $168 per night

When you want a unique Airbnb in Washington State, you’ll love staying near Mount Rainier at this creekfront cabin. You’ll love the large chalet-style windows that overlook the river while you sip your coffee in the morning.

There’s about a full acre on the property to explore, so you can get out in nature without having to drive anywhere. A wood-burning stove is also available to use after a long winter day outside.

9. Leavenworth Cabin With Hot Tub

Leavenworth Cabin With Hot Tub
Photo credit: VRBO

Location: Leavenworth
Capacity:
8 people
Dogs Allowed:
No
Price:
Starts at $269 per night

Stay at this Leavenworth cabin for a relaxing weekend away from Seattle. You’ll love being able to spread out with three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms in one of the best Airbnbs in Washington. Your group can enjoy the hot tub after a full day of exploring nearby.

You’ll love all the things to do in Leavenworth nearby but being able to come back here to relax at night. The living room has a fireplace and flatscreen TV for your entertainment if it’s too cold to be outside.

10. Yakima Cottage on the River

cottage yakima

Location: Yakima
Capacity: 8
Dogs allowed: Yes
Price: Starts at $352 per night

This one-bedroom treehouse is just a short walk from the Yakima River. Whether you’re traveling with kids or taking a romantic weekend away, inner tubing down the river is a wholesome activity anyone can enjoy. The property even comes with a drift boat you can use during your stay. 

The space comes with a guest treehouse, and there’s plenty of room in the main house to cook, hang out, and spend some quality time together. I recommend calling dibs on the loft bedroom – it’s got gorgeous vaulted ceilings and a peek-through window from which you can see the surrounding trees.

If you need ideas on how to spend your vacation time, check out my Washington bucket list post. 

11. Woodland Home With Deck

Woodland Home With Deck
Photo credit: VRBO

Location: Leavenworth
Capacity:
8 people
Dogs Allowed:
Yes
Price:
Starts at $205 per night

The views from this Leavenworth cabin are absolutely stunning. This luxurious Airbnb cabin in Washington is set in the woods, so you’ll have plenty of privacy while you’re there. You’re also within half an hour of Stevens Pass, making it a perfect base for a vacation during winter in Seattle.

If you want to stay indoors, you’ll be able to take in the view with windows overlooking the trees. There’s also a hot tub and gas grill to keep you warm if you do want to venture outdoors while you’re at what some may consider the best Airbnb in Washington state.

12. Gold Bar Riverfront Property

Gold Bar Riverfront Property
Photo credit: VRBO

Location: Gold Bar
Capacity:
4 people
Dogs Allowed:
Yes
Price:
Starts at $199 per night

If you’re looking for a unique Airbnb in Washington, this riverfront property hits the spot. Not only is it a secluded Washington cabin, but it’s right on the river! This cabin is the best place to get away from it all, and I think a stormy weekend would be fun to stay here. You can curl up with a good book and a cup of tea.

One of the best parts about this place is the hot tub that’s on a covered deck overlooking the river. That means you can enjoy it all year-round no matter what the weather is like.

13. Beachfront Treehouse on Vashon Island

Beachfront Treehouse Vashon Island
Photo credit: VRBO

Location: Vashon Island
Capacity: 6
Dogs allowed: Yes
Price: Starts at $203 per night

Vashon Island is the largest in the Puget Sound region and exudes small-town charm, and there are so many things to do on Vashon Island that it warrants a weekend trip. With this beachfront property, you’ll be secluded enough to enjoy some quiet time but close enough to the attractions to pop out for a fun day.  Vashon town has some ultra-quirky breweries, coffee shops, and farmers’ markets for you to check out, especially if you’ve never been to the island before. 

The treehouse itself is on high ground, and you’ll be able to peek at the Puget Sound waters from between the trees surrounding the deck. You can follow the forest trail past the property and onto the beachfront, where you’ll find a cabana, a firepit, a canoe, and a paddleboard courtesy of the property owners. 

The beachfront is simply picturesque, boasting pebblestone shores and pine trees for miles, not to mention the vast expanse of water that will be your personal playground during your stay.

14. Cute Cabin With Hot Tub

Cute Cabin With Hot Tub
Photo credit: VRBO

Location: Plain
Capacity:
8 people
Dogs Allowed:
Yes
Price:
Starts at $342 per night

This cute cabin has three bedrooms, making it great for large families or friends who want to spread out. It’s right next to Wenatchee National Forest for those who feel like hiking in the woods.

You’ll love sitting on the front porch during the warm season to end your day relaxing outside. There’s also a fully-equipped kitchen for all your cooking needs.

15. Bellingham Treehouse on Waterfront Acreage

Bellingham Treehouse on Waterfront Acreage
Photo credit: VRBO

Location: Bellingham
Capacity: 4
Dogs allowed: Yes
Price: Starts at $130 per night

With heated floors and a gas fireplace, this Bellingham treehouse in Washington State will be warm and toasty on cold winter nights. In the summer, you can head down to Lummi Bay right on the edge of the property, and the owners have even provided two kayaks for guests. 

One standout feature of this lovely home is the sauna perched on the deck, overlooking the water. You can take a steam to get into vacation mode and catch the picture-perfect sunset from inside. 

The home has warm and inviting decor ideal for a cozy night on the water’s edge, plus the kitchen has been stocked with herbs, spices, and seasonal fruits and vegetables for your convenience. 

16. Secluded Tree-Top Cabin on West Seattle Waterfront

Secluded Tree-Top Cabin on West Seattle Waterfront

Location: West Seattle
Capacity: 4
Dogs allowed: Yes
Price: Starts at $120 per night

This tree-top cabin in West Seattle has the cutest reading nook that looks out into the forest, as well as a comfy deck where you can put your feet up and enjoy the peace and quiet. The home is located at the end of one of Seattle’s only dirt roads, so you’ll have ample privacy during your stay. 

Keep in mind that there’s no internet, service, or television here. If you’re looking to reconnect with nature and take a break from technology, then this treehouse cabin rental in Washington is for you. 

The treehouse is a mere seven-minute walk from the local water taxi, which will take you straight to downtown if you’re in the mood for a night out. If you’d rather stay in, there’s an enticing clawfoot tub awaiting you.

There you have it – some of the best Airbnb cabins in Washington to rent! Whether you go away for a snowy weekend in a cozy cabin or get a cabin by the water, you have plenty of options to choose from.

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