Cozy up with Coffee  or Tea on the West-facing porchPlenty of natural light and a beautiful view of the forest accompany you


Logement entier

4 voyageurs

1 chambre

2 lits


Logement entier

4 voyageurs

1 chambre

2 lits

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Adultes
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Enfants
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À propos de ce logement

Darling 100 sq foot rustic cabin, wonderfully secluded in the woods. Try out tiny-house living, or use as a basecamp for your outdoor adventures. Rest easy on the memory foam bed in loft. A short but steep hike up results in a fantastic forest experience!


Le logement
Capacité d'accueil : 4
Salles de bain : 1
Chambres : 1
Lits : 2
Arrivée : À partir de 16:00
Départ : 12:00
Animal sur place : Chien(s), chat(s) et autres animaux
Type de logement : Logement entier
Entrée dans les lieux autonome : Smartlock

Équipements

Prix
Voyageur supplémentaire : Sans frais
Réduction à la semaine : 6%

Description

Darling 100 sq foot rustic cabin, wonderfully secluded in the woods. Try out tiny-house living, or use as a basecamp for your outdoor adventures. Rest easy on the memory foam bed in loft. A short but steep hike up results in a fantastic forest experience!

Conveniently located just 9 miles from the I-5 corridor (one hour from Portland, two from Seattle), yet exists in a different, more peaceful world. Spot the Bald Eagle family as you follow the stunning Kalama River--past Marietta Falls--to our small homestead in the woods. Spend the week surrounded by giant Hemlock, Alder, Doug Fir, and Western Red Cedar trees, the singing of tree frogs, and the elusive local elk herd. Perfect for stargazing by night, and kayaking or day trips to Mount Saint Helens and the Gifford Pinchot National Forest by day. Reserve early for this summer's meteor showers! Forage for berries and chanterelles in season, and take a dip in Italian Creek.

This cabin is located on the hill above our working small farm. Many guests enjoy tagging along for the farm chores, which vary by season, but usually include milking the goats, collecting fresh-laid chicken, duck and goose eggs, checking on the friendly pigs, and harvesting garden produce and flowers. Of course, the cabin is very private and guests are encouraged to enjoy a peaceful, introspective retreat from life!

Owners live on site, and are happy to assist!

Just two miles from the Kalama River, and 9 miles from the mighty Columbia. Great base camp for all the activities in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest (Ape Caves, Mount Saint Helens, Lewis River Falls).

Plenty of off-road parking for guests. The closest Amtrak and bus stations are in Kelso, WA, as are the major car rental businesses.

Our cabins provide all the benefits of traditional camping, but save the effort of wrestling with a tent. "Real" dishes, silverware, and cooking basics are provided, as are many pantry supplies. Each cabin has at least one coffee-making apparatus (usually a French press), and a cooler. We try to have an extra blanket or two, but do plan to bring your own warm bedding (sheets and/or sleeping bags)--remember the weather up here is often 10 degrees cooler than in town. Bring a book or two for the in-cabin book exchange! Composting toilet and outdoor-only butane powered cookstove provided (with butane) at the Red Cabin. Our cabins are located up a short but steep hill. Sturdy shoes with good tread recommended. Also both cabins have ladders to the loft, so some agility is required. Thank you!


Règlement intérieur
L'entrée dans les lieux se fait à partir de 16:00

All of our Air BnB guests have been extraordinarily respectful without prompting. Thanks everyone!!


Annulations

Modérées

Si vous annulez jusqu'à 5 jours avant votre voyage, vous recevez un remboursement intégral, frais de service compris.


Dispositif de sécurité
Détecteur de fumée
Détecteur de monoxyde de carbone
Kit de premiers secours

Disponibilité
Séjour de 1 nuit minimum

46 commentaires


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Profil utilisateur de Jenica
avril 2017
My navigation took me to the exact spot. There is a welcome sign on the right of the road at the entrance to their property, turn right just before it, and straight ahead is a chalkboard marking the parking. Getting there requires traveling a winding one car road for a part, lined by mossy evergreens, the Kalama river and even a few waterfalls. It is out in the country. Expect a scenic (and wet) drive. It was gorgeous. Iconic western Washington. Don and one of his boys were out to greet us and even flagged and waved us into the property. His family and lifestyle are remarkable. This stay is an experience and an adventure. If I ever have the opportunity to book here again I will gladly look forward to it, and plan to stay more than a night. The cabin is solid, and made by Don himself. He was extremely helpful and courteous. I was traveling with 3 young children. I was afraid hiking to the cabin would be hard for our group, and while it was challenging, it was doable. Mind you, I am fairly fit and carried my 2year and 11mo old, the 4 yr old made it easily herself. They loved it. They called Don's kids their new friends, fell in love with the bunnies, loved climbing to the loft and asked if we could live here forever. Don provided some blankets, and offered sheets. We brought sleeping bags and those worked out great for us. There is a fire pit and stove, utensils, dishes and cook ware, a collection of books and games, electricity in the cabin and wifi worked near the main house by our car. The property reflected a simple cabin stay in the woods, complete with bugs and dirt, which made the experience very genuine and fun. We loved it. Thank you, Don!

Profil utilisateur de Amber
avril 2017
This was such a beautiful getaway! The setting is absolutely gorgeous and you really feel like you're in your own private campsite despite it being on Donal's property. We had a great time building a fire and cooking dinner. The bed was a little hard but overall comfortable. The cabin is pretty bare bones so I'd suggest bringing extra layers and pillows. Highly recommend if you are looking for a step up from camping and want a nice secluded setting!

Profil utilisateur de Zach
avril 2017
It's like camping without the hassle. Donal is super good with texting back. It's not too hard to find the place, we found it in the dark.

Profil utilisateur de Natalie
avril 2017
This little cabin had so much more than we had expected. From the full kitchen setup, to board games, to the frog serenade every night, Don's place was a wonderful homey escape. We came on one of the first weekends of spring, and some roads were washed out, so we weren't able to enjoy the nearby attractions as we had been hoping. Don was great about contacting me with a detour routes and all was well!

Profil utilisateur de Abby
mars 2017
We had a pleasant enough stay, and it was more or less what I expected, especially after reading the reviews. I do think setting things up just a bit more would enhance the stay—there was a small gas cooktop that didn't want to get going for me, matches were wet, lighter was broken. The spigot didn't seem to be working. The futon on the main level was ratty, and the mattress upstairs wasn't made up, although there was bedding. It certainly wasn't a bad stay and I'd say it did qualify as glamping in that it was a step up from a tent. I think it is overpriced for what you get. Donal was very nice and easy to communicate with. I'm sure the setting would be especially great in the summer.

Profil utilisateur de Connor
mars 2017
Stay was great! Had a little trouble finding the place, but Donal helped out and we settled in nicely. There were board games and cooking supplies and ingredients for oatmeal and coffee in the morning.

Profil utilisateur de Iliana
mars 2017
Loved staying at the red cabin! It was the perfect short getaway we were looking for. Don met us outside around 8 at night and helped us up to the cabin. It was a steep and muddy climb, so bring shoes with good grip. Once in the cabin, we made ourselves at home. All we could hear outside were a chorus of frogs all night, which sounded beautiful. In the morning, Don's children showed us around the farm and were very kind to let us help them with farm chores, including feeding the goats and chickens. We left around 11:30 in the morning and Don's family was gracious enough to give us some fresh eggs for our trip back home. Thank you again for a wonderful stay!

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