We are on 65 acres of woodlands, orchards, trails and gardens in the rolling foothills of Mt. St. Helen's and Mt. Rainier in the Cascades of SW Washington. The property feels very secluded and private at the end of a half of a mile gravel driveway. This is a great location for visiting the mountains in the region or for “getting away from it all!” There is a $30 fee for each additional person in your group.
“Gorgeous property with stunning views. Comfy & cozy atmosphere with a well stocked kitchen (which is always my favorite part of a home). Being able to unwind & relax was the best part of our stay! Definitely a top recommendation to friends, family, & anyone looking to reconnect with nature!”
Glamp in new contemporary tiny cabin nestled in a grove of trees. It has an outdoor covered kitchen, Use of fire pit ( if burn bans permits*) Enjoy Mt Rainier & Mt St. Helen. You can hike the many trails around Lake Mayfield. Horse riding near by. Kayak the Tilton River and find the sacred water fall. Try the fishing holes. Bike, run or take a plunge into the river by swinging into the waters from a great cedar tree. Or just relax in a beautiful forest setting with a good glass of wine.
“My husband and I stayed here for our 17th wedding anniversary. We LOVED it. The location is very magical and beautiful. Fabrizio is very friendly, responsive and helpful, but totally gave us our privacy. The cabin is nestled in the "forest" that resides in the host's "back yard." The amenities are better than camping, more in the style of "glamping." I'm not much of an outdoorsman, but I felt comfortable the whole time. His dog is adorable and friendly. Here are some tips & important info: 1. Towels are provided, but you may want to bring more hand towels, wash cloths and paper towels. 2. The bathroom is a distance away down a path. You should bring rain boots or rain shoes (if there is a chance for rain): I found this very helpful for walking back and forth to the restroom. Also, a lantern or bright flashlight is recommended. 3. For cooking, there are supplies, but depending on what you plan to make, you may want to bring serving spoons, spatulas, tongs, etc. 4. If you have a lot of electronics, you should bring a power strip. 5. There are some interesting places within walking distance such as an abandoned farm. 6. The fridge is not full sized, but I had plenty of room for four days worth of provisions. The freezer section is small.”
It’s like being in a tree house. Grill on the private deck overlooking the trees and Winston Creek, fully stocked kitchen, with fresh coffee beans and plenty of room in the house. Large yard with fire pit and plenty of wood. We welcome you with fresh cookies and a $10 gift card to Lemon Tree Cafe and Espresso. Or trade those cookies for a bottle of wine. Do you prefer red or white? Close to hiking, boating, fishing, skydiving, skiing, shopping or just stay and enjoy the serenity of the deck.
“Once again, a wonderful retreat. So happy to have more time at the tree house this visit! Hosts are warm, accommodating and truly try to think of everything you'll ever need. A stuffed dragon greeted my son and was a welcomed nighttime buddy. The serenity of the yard and firepit was enjoyed, the cozy atmosphere was indulged.”