This is where you go if you are looking for a true cabin experience. You are nestled in the woods of the Quinault Rainforest. It's the place to be if you are looking to get away from it all. The cabin is private and secluded. You can hear the roar of the Pacific Ocean, but the forest protects against the cold winds coming off of the ocean. This is a nature lovers paradise. You can't help but feel connected with the great outdoors, inside the cabin and out.
Our cabin is an actual cedar log cabin, with high vaulted ceilings. It is very rustic. The cedar logs are the first thing that you'll smell, upon opening the door. Our cabin is tiled, through out, for easy cleaning.
-Enjoy the warmth of our wood stove. We provide the firewood and kindling.
-There is a king size daybed in the living area. It has a memory foam topper, lots of pillows to lean back on, and the most wonderful hotel quality sheets.
-Dining Nook has a large dining table that seats six. You can enjoy watching the hummingbirds feed from the feeder while dining.
_The kitchen is well stocked, including a double basin, stainless steel sink. Cook up a delicious meal and eat inside or out.
-There is one bedroom with a queen sized bed, tall boy dresser, small TV with DVD player, and a beautiful view into the forest.
-The bathroom is tiled, with a large shower, and a window with a view into the forest. The shower has a dispenser with shampoo, conditioner, and body wash.
-Enjoy the songs of all of the beautiful song birds and watch the hummingbirds buzz around and feed from the feeder.
-Enjoy the darkness of night. Do some star gazing or cozy up by the fire pit. Don't forget the smores!
We provide towels, sheets, dish soap, shampoo, conditioner, body&hand wash, and the kitchen has most of the basics like, salt, pepper, olive oil, sugar, etc.
Wireless internet (sorry we're too far out for high-speed, but it works ok)
TV with built in DVD player (sorry no cable, but we have lots of DVDs)
Board games, cards, puzzles, and books
Craft making materials
Turntable and records
Stainless steel double basin restaurant sink
Coffee grinder, filters, coffee cone
Plastic dishes for children and to go around the fire pit
Salt, Pepper, olive oil, spices etc
Dish soap and sponge
Large Dining Table that seats 6
King Sized Day Bed with lots of pillows
Wood Stove and stocked wood for burning
Fire pit and stocked wood
Red Resin Adirondack chairs to place around fire pit (we keep them inside)
Eno hammocks can be hung during the dryer months
woods to romp around in
forage huckleberries in the summer
We live in Seattle, and our property is not a managed property. We do have a lovely lady named Jaynie, whom cleans and stocks the cabin for us. During the colder months she will come early, turn on the lights and turn up the heaters.
If you absolutely need something, clean towels, sheets etc. Jayne can help, albeit, this may not be prompt, as she does live several miles away.
Point Grenville is the closest beach to our cabin and was a renowned surf
Unfortunately, this beautiful beach is now closed to non Quinault tribal members.
The closest public beach access is 5 miles south, on the 109, at Moclips Beach.
If you are visiting around the 4th of July, be prepared to hear fireworks.
The fireworks trigger our neighbors dogs to bark.
Our neighbor, from down the way, has a small farm. Brenda, has goats, chickens, ducks, geese, dogs, and a horse. Do expect to have a visitor or two, as they do wonder over, on occasion. They are all very friendly.
*Please note that our cabin is on the Quinault Reservation. The beaches near the cabin are stunning, but not accessible, without a tribal guide.
You will have to drive to public beaches.
- Strict check-out time by noon. Guest must ask if they can check-out later than noon. Our cleaner is usually parked, nearby, ready to clean.
- This cabin is not for a large group, or raging party.
- We allow dogs, but they are not allowed on the furniture, nor are they allowed to wonder past the property. We would like to be told, prior, if there will be a dog visiting the cabin. Our neighbor, from down the way, has farm animals, including dogs. They occasionally come over for a visit. They are friendly, but perhaps your pet would not like visitors. Something to think about, before booking.
-Please remove sand from yourself, clothing, etc, before lying in the beds.
- The cleaning of fish or game is not allowed on the property.
- Smoking indoors is not permitted.
- Please do not throw trash, cardboard etc in fire pit or wood stove.
- Be cautious with children around wood stove and fire pit.
- Only plastic ware is allowed outside.
- Towels and linens are to stay in the cabin.
- Leave no fires unattended and make sure that fires in the pit or the wood stove are out before leaving.
- All dishes must be washed before checking out.
- Make sure windows, doors, and refrigerator door is closed before leaving.
- There is no option to recycle. If you wish to do so please take recycling when leaving.
- Enjoy and relax!
My wife and I own a general contracting business in Seattle, WA. We have two boys, a dog, and two cats.
We enjoy spending time together, cooking, baking, eating,listening to records, dancing, playing games, surfing, snowboarding, SUP, swimming, doing puzzles, hiking about, and spending time with family and friends.
When we travel we try to find remote destinations. The hustle and bustle of the city can become overwhelming, so it's nice to find places where we can totally relax and unwind.
Our cabin is our home away from home. We wish that we could spend more time there than we do, but we are so excited to share our little rustic space with the Airbnb community.