The Evergreen State comes with some of the prettiest views in the Pacific Northwest. While most of them take a little bit of work to get there, some only require walking out of your front door. Like this romantic getaway in Washington that comes with a cozy hot tub overlooking the Colombia River Gorge. It literally sits on the bluff!\nLocated in White Salmon, Washington, this Airbnb comes with large picture windows to take in endless sights of Mt. Hood and the Columbia River.\nYou'll be so close to the gorgeous views that the patio and walkway are located near an unfenced cliff.\nFor $225 a night ($242 including fees and taxes), this is the perfect retreat for two. You'll have the entire guest suite on the ground floor, with one bed and one bath, all to yourself.\nThe home comes with a comfy queen bed, continuous WiFi and a TV room with a cozy fireplace so you can Netflix 'n' chill the night away.\nAlthough this place comes with a fridge, oven, coffee maker, and dishes, if you'd rather step out for a meal, breweries and casual dining spots are located less than a mile away.\nAirbnb | Website\nThe best part? It has a private hot tub where you can soak your city-stress away while watching the sun set across the bluff.\nOn a clear day, you'll even spot windsurfers, kiters and sailboats zip right beneath your tub. You've got to see it, to believe it!\nAirbnb | Website\nThere's even an outdoor shower around the corner that you can use before or after your dip and a patio where you can picnic with a chilled glass of bubbly afterward.\nIf you're looking for adventures nearby, there are plenty of trails and a spot where you can even raft through a lava tube river!\nWhether you're looking for a quiet time or an action-packed one, this could be your new hideaway.\nAirbnb | Website\nPrivate Suite In The Gorge\nPrice Per Night: $225 for two people\nNeighborhood: White Salmon, WA\nWhy You Need To Go: You can get gorgeous views of Mt. Hood and the Colombia River from a private hot tub sitting on the bluff.\nBook Here\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.\nThese prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.