Cedar Springs Cabin at Mt Rainier sleeps 4 guests in 2 queen bedrooms.
The old cedars that surround the cabin are beautiful. The cabin once belonged to the Michener family who pastured horses in the rich bottom land for the past 50 years.
Guests are invited to catch fish for their meal. Please limit your catch to what your group can eat in one sitting.
In early mornings and evenings you might see elk in the fields behind the cabin.
The cabin is nicely furnished. The living room is spacious. This vintage cabin has been tastefully restored.
Gather around and enjoy the company you are with.
A TV and a handful of movies are provided. Bring some of your own. There is no TV reception.
The dining area invites you to cook at home and share a meal.
The thermostat controlled open flame heater keeps the cabin toasty warm.
Bring a good book, grab a cup of coffee or a glass of wine and enjoy!
The farm style kitchen is furnished with antiques.
A new gas range and oven make cooking a pleasure.
Look for vintage spice cans, bread box and other details to decorate this farm house kitchen.
The old stove is decorative only.
Cupboards are filled with lovely dishes to complete your stay.
The big kitchen, reminiscent of days gone by, includes a microwave, a toaster, a coffee maker, grinder and whole bean French roast coffee. The refrigerator is full size, the range is gas.
The cabin has two queen bedrooms.
Beds are adorned with down comforters, pillows and quilts. There is an aerobed to accommodate additional guests in the living room.
The bathroom has been recently remodeled. Beautiful tile work surrounds the tub with shower.
A hand built cedar plank vanity has a glass vessel sink.
The road that hugs the back side of the property was once the main highway to Mt Rainier National Park. The road was re-directed in the 30's, leaving this a beautiful 2 lane road, with vary little traffic, frozen in time. Take a walk and enjoy!
The pond is stocked with rainbow trout. Some guests would prefer to feed the fish!
Explore the 8 acres. Open pasture, wooded areas, old cedars are found on the property.
Giant cedars surround the cabin.
An old barn reminds us of the old days when this was a working farm.
Canadian geese, ducks, blue heron frequent the pond.
Bring a picnic to enjoy next to the pond. There is a picnic table and umbrella.
The private hot tub is in a log gazebo behind the cabin.
Cedars tower above, and surround the hot tub.
Private hot tub
Relax on the waters edge
Watch the trout jump when you feed them. If you'd like to feed the fish please request a bag of fish food when you make your reservation.
Big open pastures are behind the cabin. Watch for deer and elk, especially early morning or late evening.
Enjoy a camp fire, roast a hot dog or make smores!
Walk the old road on the back of the cabin.
The pond is spring fed, the water is chilly and clear.
Cabin at Mt Rainier
A vertical log cabin built about 1920, once a working farm in the Ashford Valley. It is three miles west of the entrance to Mt. Rainier National Park. The 8 acres includes a grove of old cedars, open pasture and a pond that is stocked with rainbow trout. Guests are invited to catch fish, or feed the fish if you prefer.
2 queen bedrooms
Aerobed to accommodate two more in the living room
"..absolutely above expectations. My family has been all over to cabins / hotels & campgrounds of many varieties. This is my favorite so far. The colors, decor & cabin are very nice. Not often are they this nice."
"We only come from the Seattle area but the 2 hour drive puts us in a world that is far, far away. It is great to have a nice warm cabin like this after exploring the mountain. This is a nice property to walk around. The staff is wonderful, food is great at the Inn, just a nice place to be, all around"
"We loved this cabin. It was so comfortable and such a great place for my family to renew!"
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