In a state where we say things like "the mountain's out today," we really love catching sight of the epic volcano on a clear day. It's also one of the top bucket-list items for people visiting Washington. If you're one of them, why not camp out in a romantic Airbnb near Mt. Rainier? It even comes with its own hot spring!
Nestled in a vacation home community in Packwood, Washington, the Ohana Hot Springs Cabin at Mt. Rainier is a little slice of paradise, perfect for a weekend getaway.
For $149 a night, five guests can share the two-bed, one-bath house that comes with an indoor fireplace. It's pooch-friendly too.
It also comes with a vintage "canned ham" trailer that can sleep two and a deck that looks out on a grove of old-growth trees.
It's exactly as magical as you're imagining it.
Whether or not you're an outdoorsy person, chances are that you'll love it here because it has a fire pit for those s'mores nights, a gas grill for your BBQ needs and deck chairs for infinite stargazing.
The home is also equipped with a fully-functional kitchen with utensils, cutlery, and appliances to whip up your meals. There's also a dining area to eat them at.
The cedar soaking tub can accommodate four people.
It's heated to 102 degrees, so you'll be cozy no matter what time of the year it is. Like in any natural spring, make sure you keep the soap, sand, and candles out of it to avoid hefty fines.
Since you're surrounded by the woods, hiding wildlife such as cougars, bears, bobcats, and coyotes, loud music and wild, beer-keg-ish parties are prohibited on the premises.
It also comes with other house rules that you can see here.
But if you're looking for some quiet time surrounded by nature and intimate company, this could quickly become your annual or weekly retreat.
The Ohana Hot Springs Cabin
Price Per Night: $149 per night for five people
Neighborhood: Packwood, WA
Why You Need To Go: This vintage cabin near Mt. Rainier comes with its own hot spring and is perfect for de-stressing away from city life.
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These prices and terms of occupancy are confirmed at the time of publishing, but they can change at any time.