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Washington's Odd Inns and Unusual Places to Stay


 

Washington Odd Inns and Unusual Places to Stay - Cabooses, Castles, and Treehouses

Treehouse Point

Treehouse Point - Issaquah, Washington
The Treehouse Point is part treehouse hotel, part quaint event venue, part wilderness preserve and is in the middle of a lush forest yet only a 35-minute drive from downtown Seattle’s famed Pike Place Market. The experience of staying at The Treehouse Point is a curious mix of luxury and roughing it. These luxury treehouses have luxurious beds that you’d expect to find in a high end bed and breakfast. The treehouses are weatherproof and sturdy. Each is heated, electrified and well adorned with comfy chairs, desks, books, puzzles and CDs. The Treehouse Point includes breakfast of the granola, yogurt, fruit, eggs and home-made pastries plus plenty of tea and coffee.
Complete Story, Photo, and Video 

        

Manresa Castle

Manresa Castle in Port Townsend, Washington
Manresa Castle in Port Townsend is the Seattle and the Puget Sounds gem for both dining, catering and hosting for your next event. The beautiful Manresa Castle and the surrounding grounds are an elegant storybook setting for weddings. Manresa Castle's romantic gardens, banquet hall and rich library have seen many couples exchange their vows. You will experience one-of-a-kind ceremony and reception venues for events both large and small. With so many indoor and outdoor settings for your event, any season is a good time to get married at Manresa Castle. The library is elegantly draped windows and rich wood paneled walls can be transformed to a variety of intimate configurations. The Banquet Room can accommodate 80 guests at a sit-down dinner and dancing reception. Other rooms can be appropriated to handle larger groups. Complete Story and Photos

     

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Pirate's Cove Caboose - Puget Sound, Washington
Perfect vacation rental centrally located with easy access to Washington's great attractions, Olympic National Park, Mt. Rainier National Park, Mt St. Helens, Seattle to the North and Portland and the Columbia River to the South. Puget Sound is looking at you from your living room, bedroom, Hot Tub and Beach. Kayak, Swim, Suntan, Fish from the beach, Play, Relax, Love. Three gorgeous acres on Pirates Cove on S. Puget Sound's Hammersley Inlet. Tall firs, flora and fauna surround the property and make for peaceful walks on the trails traversing the property and leading to the beach with great varied character...sandy beach, rocky beach, oyster beach, clam digging beach, a private beach of excitement and/or quiet solitude in one of natures most special places.  Complete Story and Photos

   

Quartz Mountain Lookout Rental in Washington

Quartz Mountain Fire Lookout - Washington
For a unique and memorable vacation, spend the night in the fire lookout that sits atop the rocky summit of Quartz Mountain in Mount Spokane State Park. Perched at an elevation of 5,129 feet, the lookout provides stunning views of the Spokane valley, the north Idaho panhandle and the Selkirk Mountains. In the summer, the landscape is wildflowers and huckleberries.

The lookout is 14-by-14 feet in size. It is a wood-frame structure with wrap-around windows and deck and sleeps four comfortably. Visitors may take along their own food and a propane stove is available for cooking. There is no electricity in the lookout. Maximum capacity: Up to four people. Pets are not allowed.
  Complete Story and Photos

   

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Cedar Creek Treehouse in Ashford, Washington
Imagine waking up to the music of a mountain stream flowing by your cabin -- except that your cabin is 50 feet up in a giant cedar tree with a view seen only by the birds. You're living in the tree canopies of a lush evergreen forest. You can see for miles. A great blue heron glides silently over the rushing creek far below. The sun splashes through a skylight and illuminates a mammoth tree trunk growing straight up through the floor of your two story treehouse and disappearing through the ceiling. Cedar Creek Treehouse is an Earth-friendly, privately owned and operated mountain retreat, located one mile as the crow flies, 10 miles by car, from the Nisqually River Entrance to Mount Rainier National Park, and bordering the Gifford Pinchot National Forest. Complete Story and Photos

   











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