You Can Camp Out In Charming "Rolling Huts" In This Washington Valley
Put the 'glam' in glamping. 😎
Campfire stories, s'mores, toasty kisses, and plenty of memories are just some of the things we love about camping. If you thought that this activity is reserved for the summers, think again. There are romantic huts in Washington where you can "glamp" at and they're pretty affordable too.
The Rolling Huts are located in Washington's Methow Valley and cost $145 per night.
Designed as a modern alternative to camping in Seattle, six huts of minimalist dreams are grouped together like a quaint village. They all come with spectacular views of the North Cascade ranges.
The cozy accommodation is perfect for two people, making it a unique getaway with your boo. If you'd like a double date, the modular furniture in the living area can be pulled out into a bed and can sleep two more!
It comes equipped with a small fridge, microwave, coffee pot, dishes, and silverware. There's no stovetop here, but you're welcome to bring one to whip up some meals, just like you would if you were in the mountains.
There's also a charming fireplace to keep you warm as you look out into a valley of snow.
Since this is technically a "glamp," you'll need to bring your own sleeping bag or blankets.
The platform beds come with a memory foam pad covered with a sheet. Pillows with pillowcases are also provided.
In the spring, you'll get wildflower and lush forest views but in the winter everything looks magical.
This time of the year particularly draws a crowd to this spot as, one of the world's longest cross-country skiing trails, stretching for 120 miles is only a short distance away.
Portable toilets are adjacent to each hut and full bathrooms with showers have to be shared with other people on the property. They're centrally located at the barn, only a short walk away.
If you'd rather explore the charming area, there's a lot to do here.
The cute towns of Twisp, Winthrop, and Mazama are only a short drive away and they have galleries, bakeries, farmer's markets, and pubs to revel in.
For adventure-seekers, there are plenty of trails for hiking, rock climbing, mountain biking, rafting, and fishing too.
If you're looking for more unique stays in Washington, we've got everything from the tiniestto , and with actual trees inside.
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Price Per Night: $145
Neighborhood: Methow Valley, WA
Why You Need To Go: This unique experience will allow you to "glamp" out in a valley among snow-covered mountains.