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You Can Rent A Caboose In Washington For A Unique Getaway

Thanks to several scenic train rides in the U.S., we've fallen in love with locomotives all over again. But what if we were to tell you that you could rent a caboose in Washington for your next unique getaway? 

The Red Caboose Getaway is nestled in the Olympic Peninsula's town of Sequim and is only a 2-hour drive from Seattle. 

There is a "track" of nine trains in a rainbow of colors, costing between $222 to $242 a night for a bogie that sleeps four. That's only $60 per person if you split the cost with friends.

This railroad-themed B&B's themes range from circus and western-themed ones to a pretty lavender or one spilling with wine inspo. Each car has its own quirky decor and is filled with Native American craft, wildflowers or sports collectibles.

If you're SO is a train-lover, it'll be perfect for them because you can snuggle up and watch everything from movies like the Orient Express and sit in high-backed conductor chairs! 

You won't have to ride coach in this railcar though. To accommodate first-class passengers, each of the cars comes with a queen-sized bed, a fireplace to cuddle by, and a small fridge to chill your beers.

There's also cable service, and TVs with DVDs for entertainment.

A bathroom with whirlpool tubs, toiletries, and soft robes will have you feeling like it's a holiday.

There's free WiFi and a gourmet breakfast that includes baked banana and the orange pull-apart bread, with views of an adorable duck pond is included with your 'ticket' to this spot.

There's plenty to do around here if you are looking for a daytime adventure. And it's some of the best things to do in Washington too. 

The famed lavender farms are only 15-minutes away. The Olympic National Forest, including the Hoh Rainforest, beaches, mountains with exotic views and lighthouses are all close by. It's also just a day trip away from Victoria B.C., Canada.  

Isn't it true then, that some of the best places are just a train ride away? We think so.

Red Caboose Getaway

Price Per Night: $222 to $242

Address: 24 Old Coyote Way, Sequim, WA

Why You Need To Go: You can stay in themed and restored vintage rail cars right on the track.

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