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17 Completely Wild Washington Stays You Have To Sleep At Least Once In Your Life

Includes lighthouses, real caves and private islands!

When you call Evergreen State home, you don't have to spend days planning out elaborate vacations. Thanks to all the unique stays in Washington state, all you have to do is pack your bags, 'cause a one-of-a-kind adventure is just around the corner. Are you ready for a trip? Let's go!

From extraordinary treehouses that forest fairies might have themselves put together and lodgings where smoking pot is a necessity to lighthouses and caves, the Pacific Northwest is a playground for novel accommodations. 

If it were up to us, we'd never leave. But first, let's get you dreaming about one. Here's a list of 17 insane rentals that you should stay in at least once in your life. 

An Actual Cave

Price Per Night: $219 for eight people

Neighborhood: C+A+V+E, Leavenworth, WA

Why You Need To Go: Have you ever imagined what it would feel like to be Batman? Now you don't have to wonder anymore because you can rent out this actual cavern with modern amenities, an underground hot tub, and a waterfall.

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A Pot-Friendly Tree House 

Price Per Night: $200

Neighborhood: Mountain Views Tree House Joint, 14308 Reiner Rd., Monroe, WA

Why You Need To Go: You can chill in hammocks, reconnect with nature at the outdoor shower, play with a pig in a tutu or smoke anywhere you want at this weed-friendly getaway.

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Floating Cabins On A Lake

Price Per Night: $200 to $400

Address: Ross Lake Resort, 503 Diablo St., Rockport, WA

Why You Need To Go: How many times can you say that you stayed in a cool log cabin that's buoying on the prettiest lake? Plus, you can only get there by boat — an adventure in itself. Waking up to unobstructed views of the Cascade Mountains is a bonus.

A Village Of Caravan Cabins 

Price Per Night: $284 for 10 people

Neighborhood: Kalaloch, WA

Why You Need To Go: You can rent out all of these cabins in a rainforest where getting a place to stay can be hard. Plus, can you complain when you have the beach all to yourself?

A Cabin On An Island All To Yourself

Price Per Night: $69 to $99

Address: Ben Ure Island, Deception Pass State Park, WA

Why You Need To Go: This secluded island cabin near Deception Pass is a retreat you probably didn't know existed. Aside from a huge home, deck, and private beach, you can wake up to spectacular views of Mt. Baker and Puget Sound.

Vintage Rail Cars On Tracks

Price Per Night: $222 to $242

Address: Red Caboose Getaway, 24 Old Coyote Way, Sequim, WA

Why You Need To Go: This total hoot of a bed and breakfast comes with vintage cabooses (on tracks) with themes ranging from the circus and flowers to the Orient Express.

An Entire Lighthouse By The Ocean

Price Per Week: $420 per adult

Neighborhood: The New Dungeness Lighthouse, Sequim, WA

Why You Need To Go: This is your chance to rent out a whole lighthouse with your friends for a whole week. You'll get to be its keeper while getting insane views of Strait of Juan de Fuca and Canada!

At An Ancient Castle Where Presidents Have Stayed

Price Per Week: $2,500 for six people

Address: Thornewood Castle, 8601 N. Thorne Ln. SW., Lakewood, WA

Why You Need To Go: Have you ever wanted to feel like you were a part of Downtown Abbey? This palace is your chance. A Steven King film was also shot here.

A Forest House Connected By Bridges

Price Per Night: $175/2-night minimum stay

Address: Forest House, 2500-2898, Raccoon Point Rd., Eastsound, WA

Why You Need To Go: All of the rooms in this magical Hobbit lodge are connected by bridges! It also comes with a Japanese sunken tub and a skylight to stargaze with your boo.

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Wine Country Retreat With Rescue Horses

Price Per Night: From $290

Address: Cherry Wood, 3271 Roza Dr., Zillah, WA

Why You Need To Go: This glamp comes with "twilight soaking tubs" to soak under the stars and you can go wine-tasting on resident rescued horses!

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In A Secluded Fire Lookout

Price Per Night: $75

Address: Heybrook Lookout US-2, Gold Bar, WA

Why You Need To Go: You can stay in this fire lookout perched on a 1,700-foot ridge with glacial mountain views.

Inside An Actual Wine Barrel

Price Per Night: $297 for six people /2-night minimum stay

Address: Bryant Barn, 1222 Bryant Ave. #B, Walla Walla, WA

Why You Need To Go: You can stay in this vino barrel in Washington's wine country. Enough said.

A Bavarian-Themed Tiny House Village

Price Per Night: $129 to $149

Address: Leavenworth Tiny House Village, 20752 Chiwawa Loop Rd., Leavenworth, WA

Why You Need To Go: These adorable, German-themed houses come with a backdrop of snow-covered mountains and are perfect for a weekend getaway.

A Cottage With A Backyard Waterfall 

Price Per Night: $99

Address: Creekside Cottage, Issaquah, WA

Why You Need To Go: This cozy house comes with a 15-foot tall waterfall and a creek in its backyard. Are you thinking, romantic getaway? We are.

In A Hobbit House

Price Per Night: $200

Neighborhood: Underground Hygge, Orondo, WA

Why You Need To Go: This hillside Hobbit inn is fitted with the iconic round door from The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings. Plus, you'll have endless views of the Colombia River Gorge.

On A Farm With Llamas

Price Per Night: $98

Address: Arcadia Farm & Inn, Black Diamond Rd., Port Angeles, WA

Why You Need To Go: This farm stay in Port Angeles lets you cuddle (and feed) llamas from your room! The fresh farm food and surreal sights are perks we won't say no to.

In A Treehouse Village

Price Per Night: $300 and up

Address: Treehouse Point, 6922 Preston-Fall City Rd. SE., Issaquah, WA

Why You Need To Go: There's a whole village of one-of-a-kind houses up in the trees, plus you can borrow picnic supplies for a garden party by a secluded creek.

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