Relaxing and cozy cabin in the middle of the woods has all the comforts of home. Sit by the fire and watch the snow fall after a day skiing or plan your next day's hike while you sit out on the deck listening to the rushing creek. This 3-bedroom cabin has two bathrooms, upstairs and downstairs decks and a river-rock gas fireplace.
Three-bedroom cabin on Fawn Creek in the beautiful Methow Valley of the North Cascades of Washington State. This cozy pine-paneled cabin has all the deluxe amenities --Jacuzzi tub, river-rock fireplace, two bathes, washer, drier and dishwasher. It's located near mountain-bike and ski trails and close to the Methow River. There are decks downstairs and one upstairs off the master bedroom. This setting is peaceful and remote. Watch deer as you sip your morning coffee. Two nights min. stay, $165 a night. $1800 a month. Pets okay. WIRELESS Internet.
Servicios y zonas comunes
Hiking, mountain biking trails nearby, seasonal creek.
Atención a los huéspedes
I try to be available as needed but don't want to intrude. Housekeeping is always available, and local, for emergencies. Their number is in the guest manual in the kitchen.
Otros aspectos destacables
This is an all-season cabin. The Methow has much to offer and spring is radiant with balsam root and sunshine. Fall shimmers with aspen leaves. Both those seasons are good bets for tranquil visits, biking, low-land hiking and just relaxing time.
No smoking. Please don't turn the knobs inside the trap door on the fireplace. If you accidentally shut off the pilot light and the service man has to come out to relight it, there will be a $50 relighting charge, which will make both of us sad. Housekeepers' number is in the guest book for emergencies as well as the owner's number. Also, since fires are always a concern in the Methow Valley, no open fires are allowed.
Hello, I'm a writer and artist who loves to spend time either at my cabin in the Methow Valley or at my cozy quiet cottage in the Seattle-Tacoma suburbs. At either place, I love being surrounded by nature -- splashing water, trees, birds. In the suburbs, I'm close to all the benefits of city entertainment, as well as close to recreational areas for sports. In the Methow, there is nothing like winter snow and skiing along the Methow Valley Community Trail, close to the cabin or listening to Fawn Creek from the deck when spring brings life to the valley again. In addition to the published book I wrote, I'm a script writer, a writing coach and a doctoral student. I'm a native of Washington, my family having moved here before statehood. Even though I've lived a number of places around the world, the beauty of the Northwest always calls me home.