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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
"We enjoyed our time at this cabin though it isn't a normal cabin as it is huge. There were only three adults in our group, but this play could easily host 6 people as it is probalby 1800 square feet.
The only thing we missed was cell phone reception, internet, and cable tv (which wouldn't be a big deal but we wanted to watch the Seahawks game).
Definitely loved being out in the woods but not far from town. Will definitely be back."
Guest: Reggie H.Date of Stay: August 2015Review Submitted: August 24, 2015
"Look no further if seeking a clean, comfortable cabin near Mt. Rainier National Park. The owner is very responsive and maintains a quality home. There is plenty of room to spread out, and the kitchen and dining room are user-friendly. The cabin is located far enough from the state roadway to provide some peace and quiet, too."
Guest: MoskoDate of Stay: July 2015Review Submitted: July 28, 2015
"We stayed for 2 nights at the property. It is a house with lots of amazing details that made the house very unique and pretty. Each of the two bedrooms has a sitting area, which would make it very comfortable for two couples or a big family to stay. The property is also very close to the park entrance. We enjoyed the quiet environment and the flowers in the yard. Paul did a great job maintaining a beautiful house. Also, I must say that the bedding is truly of very high quality. I never stayed at any other VRBO properties that had better bedding.
I'd like to mention three more things, to me, they are not negatives, just want to provide tips for future explorers: (1) there is no wifi or cellphone signal in the house, if due to the characteristics of your work, you must be connected all the time, you might need to reconsider. For everyone else, we can just go to the local stores or restaurants to get wifi. (2) the stairs to second floor bedrooms might be a little steep for some seniors, need to pay attention especially coming downstairs. (3) If you plan to cook or BBQ, better bring your food in from cities on your way, the Ashford town center only has grocery stores similar to 7-11."
Guest: xiaoqing h.Date of Stay: August 2015Review Submitted: August 25, 2015