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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

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  • Will be making a return trip!

    "Everything was great and the location is more secluded than I expected. Can't wait for our next stay."
    Guest: cory B. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 10, 2016
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  • Wonderful property. A few hiccups to be aware of.

    "The really good: The house is clean, immaculately maintained and nicely furnished. The location has spectacular views. In the long, dark afternoons of winter, you don't see neighboring homes and have sense of isolation shared with the woods, river, and distant peaks. Our family loved the closet with high quality board games. The maybe-not-so-good: The loft has two twin beds, great for kids. But the access to the loft is via a very steep ladder (of lovely varnished wood). Younger kids may have a challenge with access. Socks or footy pajamas make it (almost) dangerous, especially for night-time bathroom visits down stairs. The loft also has no window treatments, and there's a street-light that shines on one of the beds all night. I wish I had known: The kitchen appliances, pots, pans and utensils are 1st rate. A few things are missing. For now, there are no measuring cups or spoons (good luck baking - even a mix - without them). There's no pitcher. Hard to make a pitcher of juice or margaritas! There's also no butter dish. The warnings: The house is very difficult to find after dark. Good luck counting 5 cabins down a forested one-lane road. There is no house number displayed anywhere. The door with the electronic lock is at the *back of the house* - the river-side. This is not mentioned anywhere in the directions or other info. Looking at each house for a door with an electronic lock with not get you there, unless you know to go around the back. These items were a problem for our stay: Finding the house was made a lot harder because the directions provided were explicit and **wrong**. They state specifically that the driveway is West of the house. But the driveway is East of the house. The driveway is pretty steep, and for a snowy, winter stay you may need to have good 4WD (not automatic AWD) to get out of the driveway. My truck did fine; our friend's Ford Escape did not. I've got to share the ugly part, too: When we finally found the house and the door with the electronic lock, the battery was dead in the electronic lock and it would not open for me. (I have a electronic lock at home - I am used to them.) Calling the office just at closing time was just my bad luck, I guess. I got a recording but the line would not transfer to the answering service. About 15 minutes of trying, the service did pick up. First time they transferred me back to themselves. When I did get to a Mysty Mountain staffer, Heidi, she was understanding and helpful."
    Guest: Andrew H. Date of Stay: December 2016 Review Submitted: December 25, 2016
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  • Cute cabin on the river

    "We loved that this cute little river cabin is in a private neighborhood; felt more secure. You have neighbors on 3 sides, but when you're sitting out on the little private deck outside of the beautiful French doors, it sure doesn't feel like it; it feels very secluded and you have your own river access. I loved the view from the master bedroom and the sound of the river while cooking in the kitchen. The cabin is well-stocked with all your basic amenities, it even has wifi, cable, and supposedly Netflix, but the cable wasn't working for us during our stay, so no movies, but they had a ton of DVDs to choose from, (very few kid-friendly), which was okay because the boys were really there to fish. Fishing opened the day we arrived and the convenient proximity of the river was great for that, albeit a bit of an ambitious trek to get to a "fishable spot". The fan in the master bedroom was not working, so I could see that being a problem when it gets above 80 degrees, although in June it was not a problem. The only real complaint is that if you have to pay a cleaning fee, it would be nice if the cobwebs and stuff were cleared out too. All the basic surfaces were clean, but I could've done that myself, I kept finding areas that clearly hadn't been touched with a broom or duster in quite some time...adds to the cabins rustic appeal I guess, but not worth paying an extra cleaning fee. All in all, we enjoyed our stay very much though. The property management company was super nice to work with, I had great interactions with Jason and we felt comfortable and secure while staying; we'll likely be back!"
    Guest: Andrea K. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 7, 2016
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  • Perfect family get-away location

    "This is an ideal cabin for a get-away -- any time of year. My family spent a 3-day weekend here in January. It is less than a half-hour to Stevens Pass (sure beats the 2-hour drive from our house in Seattle), and there are many other great attractions even closer. We found a great secluded logging road nearby (closed in the winter) that my kids spent hours sledding down. The cabin itself is great and Jill & Bob could not be better hosts. Communication before our arrival was great, they were very flexible and OK with our early arrival, and everything was all ready for us when we got there. They lined up discounted lift tickets at Stevens, and were more than happy to take my call on a Saturday night to answer questions about operating the fireplace! The location is beautiful even in the winter, and I can only imagine that it is amazing in the summer. We Pacific Northwesterners are lucky to have myriad choices of nearby vacation destinations, and I would definitely return to this one."
    Guest: Andy M. Date of Stay: January 2017 Review Submitted: January 18, 2017
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