Our cozy, comfy cedar cabin, put together from a Pan Abode kit in the 70s, invites you back into history on 45 acres of woods, river, and pasture–most often full of deer grazing in the mornings and evenings.
Six can sleep comfortably in the two bedrooms (one with a double bed and one with double with single bunk on top) and on a living room futon. The full kitchen offers everything but a dishwasher, like old times washing and drying dishes as a social activity.
Electric heat is only necessary in the coldest of winter when heat from the quaint wood stove won’t extend to the bathroom (but it has a shower and washer and dryer.)
Trails on the property lead into the woods to the Methow River. Hours of wandering in isolated nature await you.