Rolling Huts Accommodations In Washington

Jan 3, 2014

Category: Living

As time marches it on, it appears the definition of ‘roughing it’ is softening up a bit. A blanket and bottle opener may have been enough to hike into the woods with 50 years ago, but these days much more is needed to lure us out of our comfy and connected homes. The Rolling Huts in Washington’s Methow Valley offer up an appealing blend of wilderness livin’ with modern amenities that most of us demand.

Designed by Tom Kundig of Olson Kundig Architects in Seattle, these six huts are nestled next to each other, each one with a view of the mountains. Inside you’ve got Wi-Fi, a fridge, microwave, and fireplace. The setup is perfect to sleep two, but the living room’s modular furniture can also expand to give two more friends a place to snooze. Each hut has a toilet, while full bathrooms and showers are in the centrally located barn a short distance away. [via Decoist]

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