Tye Haus A-Frame Cabin

May 12, 2016

Category: Living

A vacation home, really any home, is only as good as what it is close to. By that calculus, this A-frame cabin located way out in Washington state is the perfect place for a Pacific Northwest getaway.

With room enough to sleep 6, this well stocked and cozy home is just a short drive or walk away from some of the best hiking, fishing, mountain biking, and skiing in the state. Given its location, just a mile or so outside of the town of Skykomish, the only neighbors you have will be the trees – and the critters that live in them. If you are a big skier, staying in this house can get you discounted lift tickets. For when you are headed back after a long day outdoors, you can pour yourself some hot complimentary hot coco and flip on the 32 inch HD TV or crack open your laptop. Oh, and you can bring your dog along too. Prices per night vary between $140-$160 with a minimum stay or 2 nights. [Purchase]

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