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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
"Great place for a family getaway with a hot tub, fire pit, horseshoe pit,. I came with my fiancé and just enjoyed all the seclusion and privacy you could ask for.
So close to Mt. Rainier Nt. Park and all the hiking and scenic views it has to offer. I will definitely try to reserve this property the next time I come to Mt. Rainier."
Guest: Karl K.Date of Stay: August 2015Review Submitted: August 29, 2015
"I wish I had booked more than three nights at the Rainier View Lodge. The view of Mt. Rainier from the commodious front porch and from the very comfortable great room is better than I could have imagined—and I had tried imaging it often. The Lodge’s view is better than the Rainier vista point near White Pass. It is better than many postcard views of the massive, massive mountain.
The back porch, with its view of dense forest, is pleasant for having dinner. Inside, everything is very attractive and comfortable, and the layout seems conducive for groups to spread out or convene as they wish. For a party of five, everything, including privacy, seemed ample.
There were several smart touches in useful design—my favorites were the door from the master bedroom to the front porch and the second, shorter set of steps down from the front porch (good for toting luggage).
There’s plenty to do in the area—many attractions at Mt. Rainier to the north and Mt. St. Helens to the south. The Yakima wine country, via White Pass and Rimrock Lake, takes about the same time to reach as Mt. St. Helens. The grocery store in Packwood is remarkably well stocked for such a little town. We ate mostly at home, but we found the pizza place to be good and to offer many other things beside pizza.
I saw elk in the front or back yard all three mornings and one evening.
The house seems very comfortable, bordering luxurious, and I simply could not find one annoying thing about it. I’d like to spend a few more weeks there to see if I find anything at all problematic, but I probably wouldn't."
Guest: Kevin C.Date of Stay: August 2015Review Submitted: August 18, 2015
"We stayed at Bob’s cabin over the weekend just a few weeks ago. Brought out of town guests to Mt. Rainier for some hiking and relaxation. Overall, we had a fantastic experience and hope to return. The cabin is homey and equipped with everything you need for a weekend or a few days away. The hot tub overlooking the river is a highlight and the kitchen has everything you need for basic meal prep. Love how organized the owners are too with the whole “welcome to the cabin” packet with a list of everything included. Makes packing/prep super easy. Only gripe of the weekend was the pluming (shower, bathroom) which backed up a few hours after we arrived HOWEVER, the owner was incredibly responsive and took the extra steps to be sure our experience was a positive one. We hope to return this winter as the cabin would be a great jumping off point for a local winter getaway at Crystal Mountain."
Guest: Leah M.Date of Stay: September 2014Review Submitted: September 22, 2014