About the property
- Cabin1200 sqft
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay1 - 3 nights
2 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom with Mountain Views in Hidden Valley.
Your romantic hideaway far from the pressures and stresses of work! Situated in the Hidden Valley of the Cascade Mountains, your luxurious cabin awaits you with breathtaking views and quiet solitude. Unlike other cabin rentals that are situated amongst other homes, rental cabins and the hustle and bustle of other vacationers, this cabin is nestled in between whispering pines with Mt. Stewart shining its snowy peaks from the upper master bedroom while wild turkeys and deer wander through the forest and outside on the green lawn.
The cabin offers a master bedroom on the upper floor with an ensuite full bathroom, a queen size log bed with deep top-of-the-line mattress and feather pillows (non-allergenic available upon request) for your dream comfort, a flat screen TV with Direct TV, a walk-in closet and another closet, and three different sitting areas: one in the bedroom with a cozy chair to read that favorite book, one immediately outside the bedroom on the landing where couples can chat, and another one on the upper private outside deck where morning coffee or afternoon wine and cheese can be enjoyed while watching the birds and wildlife.
The downstairs offers a second full bath, second bedroom with a brass double bed and premium mattress and bedding, sliding doors to the outside deck, washer and dryer, an office for those that just cannot seem to “totally get away” complete with internet service, and open living area with kitchen, dining and lounge area with big screen TV complete with Blu Ray, Direct TV and Surround-Sound. In the winter there is a wood fire stove to warm the heart as well as the body! The fully equipped kitchen with refrigerator, stove/oven, microwave, coffee maker, and all the cooking utensils you need allow you to truly make this your home away from home, whether that be for 2 days, the weekend or a week. TV trays are available for when you wish to dine in front of that favorite movie you’ve always wanted to watch. Music CDs and hundreds of movies await your use while you are there for those evenings when you just want to curl up on the couch.
The cabin offers a large wrap around deck with a propane grill. As soon as the weather permits, the deck is equipped with table and chairs, small bar, and a putting green for those that want who want to practice their putting!
Only 90 miles east of Seattle, Washington, the cabin is located near several attractions including the Teneaway where spectacular hiking is available in the summer and snowshoeing, cross country skiing and snowmobile trails available in the winter. Suncadia Resort with two championship golf courses, SunCountry golf course, historic Roslyn-the home of the oldest operating tavern The Brick, fly fishing on the Blue Ribbon (Yakima River) and Lake Cle Elum with fishing, hiking, and boating are only approximately 20 minutes away. The apple orchards of Wenatchee are only 45 minutes to the north over lovely Bluet Pass and the wine country only 45 minutes to the south. Lake Chelan is only 1.5 hours away and The Gorge, where music flows during the summer is less than an hour away.
Adults only please.
This is a non-smoking property.
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- Calendar last updated:
- Mar 19, 2018
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Beautiful secluded cabin
Well taken care of cabin not too far from necessities that you might need.
Lovely getaway in the middle of nowhere
Pluses: Secluded. Real, wood cabin. Spacious for 2-4 people. Unique decor. Fireplace with wood. Amenities such as coffee, basic cooking oil, plenty of extra blankets and towels, and many cooking utensils. Medium-sized TV (maybe 45"?) with large selection of movies and CD's. Wifi internet.
Cons: No tissues. Can be difficult to find, and taking a wrong turn can lead you into some perilous and desolate places. May require chains to get into and out of after a snowfall.
We drove in at night and had trouble finding the place. The host's driving instructions refer to roads and Y's in a manner that is not entirely obvious. It snowed about 10" while we were there but melted quickly. Someone plowed the driveway and the gravel road back to the county road within 24 hours, so we had no trouble leaving. I could see it being very difficult to get into/out of during a heavier snowfall.
The cabin is lovely with unique decor. If I had to guess, the cabin is a bit of a souvenir warehouse for a wealthy traveler. Unfortunately, it feels a little cluttered with too much in the way of furniture and decorations. In the middle of winter, you won't see or hear anyone else. The fireplace really warms things up. Would love to come back during the summer to enjoy the balcony and nature.
Thank you for taking the time to write a review on Whispering Pines cabin. It is extremely helpful to us to know the pros and cons of our guests' experiences while staying with us.
I am sorry that you had difficulty finding the cabin when you came in at night. I will continue working on the directions to make this easier for future guests.
The lack of tissues is a first time offence. We should have tissues in the bathrooms so will put it on our check list to make sure that no other guests have the same problem.
One of the folks here calls Whispering Pines, the Cabin of Anthropology because of the collection of artifacts from around the world on display in the cabin. I hope you found time to enjoyed these.
Whispering Pines cabin is situated in the foothills of the Wenatchee mountains so in the winter time there is always someone working on the roads if needed. Our road equipment ranges from a bulldozer, skid steer Bobcat, Kubota tractor to shovels.
We use the same roads as our guests do so we know what the road conditions are like.
I see that you mentioned coming back in the summer time to enjoy the deck that surrounds the cabin .Each season has its beauty. Spring is especially beautiful as well. The fields around the cabin are full of wildflowers and the migratory birds come back from wintering elsewhere.
Thank you for staying at Whispering Pines cabin for your getaway.
We are looking forward to your visit in the future.
Without question the best place to stay anywhere near Blewett Pass
For 15 years a small group of my friends have been getting together each winter to snowmobile the Blewett pass area. We have tried homes from Leavenworth to Cle Elum and have always come away from our trips disappointed with the quality of lodging. That is until we discovered Whispering Pines Cabin. The cabin is SO comfortable, uniquely decorated and well furnished!! The appliances, entertainment system and heating system (including a perfect wood stove that only needs to be used if you want to) are all first class. The cabin setting is well off Blewett Pass highway (no road noise!) which is super unusual for the homes we have stayed at in the area. Best of all are the people that own the home and the folks that help care for the property. Everyone is so friendly and helpful....it really is refreshing. We have stayed there for two years now and we just booked the cabin for our trip next year.
We had a wonderful retreat to celebrate a 60 th birthday.
The cabin is warm and welcoming. It has everything you need to relax and enjoy!
Very relaxing and enjoyable space
We enjoyed our stay, looking forward to future visits.
Charming cabin with everything we needed for a fun stay in Cle Elum. Recommend driving an SUV if you plan to stay there during snow season.