Tye Haus A-Frame Cabin, a Beautiful Forest Hideaway in the Pacific Northwest
A forest hideaway is the perfect place to spend your summer holiday. If you need an escape from the city, you can treat yourself to some natural luxury at the charming Tye Haus A-frame Cabin.
The leafy retreat is located in the heart of the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest near Timber Lane Village in Washington. With room enough to sleep 6, this well stocked and cozy home is just a short drive or walk away from some of the best hiking, fishing, mountain-biking, and skiing in the state.
The rentable AirBnB cabin is well-equipped with everything you’ll need. It has five beds: one full size and two twin size in the upper loft and another full-size bed in the master bedroom. The living room also includes a couch that folds down into a bed for two, a 32” TV with a Wii and DVD player, as well as a remote control propane fireplace that keeps the cabin warm and cozy on cold nights. The kitchen is also fully equipped, however, guests will need to bring their own food. A fire pit is located outside next to the deck. The flat and wooded terrain surrounding the cabin offers an easy stroll and lots of beach access points.
You can book your stay at this awesome forest hideaway through Airbnb for $140/night and start dusting off your hiking boots.