Travelers Can Live The Dream In This Insta-Worthy Cabin in Ashford, Washington

Take a look inside the cabin rental located in Ashford, Washington, United States. The cabin can accommodate up to 4 guests with 2 bedrooms, and 1 bath. The cabin is secluded, cozy, and scenic at every turn, making this Instagram-worthy cabin a dream come true for travelers looking to get the full Mount Rainier experience. During your vacation stay you can admire your unbelievable backyard views, and take advantage of the private hot tub after a long day of hiking. When you are not curled up by the gas stove or exploring the grounds, the Nisqually park entrance is just 5 miles away. Plan your visit around this one-of-a-kind 2-bedroom, 1-bath Ashford vacation rental. The newly renovated cabin is just 10 Minutes from the Nisqually entrance and has an on-site pond and park access. A paradise for travelers with a passion for the great outdoors, this Ashford hideaway checks off all the boxes for an all-encompassing stay on your visit to Mt. Rainier National Park. One bedroom has a full-size bed, and the second bedroom in the loft has a queen size bed

Inside the cabin, there is a Smart TV, decorative propane stove, dining table, books, and board games. The cabin has a private hot tub, deck with dining set and Adirondack chairs, gas grill, fire pit, walk to the park, and pond. There is a fully equipped kitchen with stainless steel appliances, cooking basics, spices, dishware and flatware, a toaster oven, a Keurig coffee maker, a drip coffee maker, and a rice cooker. There is free WiFi, towels, linens, complimentary toiletries, a hair dryer, trash bags, paper towels, and central heating. 2 stairs are required for access, and the spiral staircase may not be suitable for children. There is a driveway with parking for 4 vehicles.

The cabin is located in Ashford, Washington, United States close to a community park with a play structure, swings, covered picnic area, and swimming lake. Main attractions in the area include Mt. Rainier National Park (5.6 miles), Henry M Jackson Memorial Visitor Center (23.2 miles), White Pass Ski Resort (41.7 miles), and Mt. Helens National Volcanic Monument (80.7 miles). Nearby hiking trails include the Mount Belchica Trailhead (8.5 miles), Trail #249 Lake Christine (11.2 miles), Rampart Ridge Trail (11.9 miles), and Skyline Loop Trail (23.2 miles). Local Alpine lakes include Bertha May Lake (9.4 miles), Lake George (9.9 miles), Cora Lake (13.7 miles), Mineral Lake (15.3 miles), and Reflection Lakes (22.4 miles).

Mount Rainier stands as an icon in the Washington landscape. An active volcano, Mount Rainier is the most glaciated peak in the contiguous United States. Established in 1899, Mount Rainier National Park encompasses 235,625 acres and protects a variety of ecosystems. Of that amount, 97 percent of the park has been designated by Congress as wilderness. To experience these resources, the park offers over 270 miles of maintained trails and 147 miles of roads. Mount Rainier National Park is substantial in size, but congestion still occurs during peak season and during times of nice weather.