La Conner Cabin Rental Photos and Description
Cabin, 1 Bedroom + Convertible bed(s), 1 Bath, (Sleeps 2-4)
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Welcome to 'His' cabin! Frank designed this as his getaway, and it has an uncluttered and comfortable feel.
You can leave your worries at home and relax at this cozy year-round retreat on beautiful Skagit Bay. It's just ten minutes from picturesque La Conner, Washington, and is perfect for singles, couples, or small families.
Relax on the deck in comfy chairs as you watch eagles, hawks, and heron; enjoy the sunset and then try a little stargazing. Deer, rabbits, and quail are frequent visitors. You'll enjoy walks on the beach and may even see a sea otter family.
We can’t say enough about the view. The sunsets are spectacular, not to mention Whidbey Island, Hope Island, the tiny Tonkon Islands, and the majestic Olympic Mountain range. And, best of all, it’s only eighty miles from Seattle!
Our cabin is a perfect 'home base' for bicycling, birding, hiking, canoeing, and kayaking. If you can tear yourself away from its comforts, you will find much to see and do. La Conner’s specialty shops, restaurants, day spas, artists’ studios, museums, art galleries, and even whale watching will surely tempt you!
The 360 degree views from Mount Erie are great. Anacortes ferries can take you to San Juan Islands and Sidney, British Columbia. Don’t miss Bellingham’s Fairhaven District and be sure to take scenic Chuckanut Drive.
Deception Pass is nature at its powerful best and Deception Pass State Park offers hiking, beachcombing and even mountain biking. Continue south on Whidbey Island and check out the villages of Coupville and Langley.
Our favorite, however, is simply getting lost on the country roads through the fertile farmland of the beautiful Skagit Valley.
This cabin has been our family haven and refuge for 20 years and we look forward to sharing it with you.
Keywords: Cozy, relaxing, year round, gorgeous views, beachcombing
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
Frank is a transplant to the Pacific Northwest; Glenna has lived here all of her life. We live right in the city and love it, but need the tranquility of the cabin for balance!
When first purchased, we had no idea what an important place it would become but over the years our nine grandchildren have grown up watching the tides, playing on the beach, gathering rocks, shells, and driftwood and playing games in the yard. We love the way it seems to knit families together, as well as for the beauty of trees, water, and mountains of the Pacific Northwest.
Simple, uncomplicated living best describes a stay at the cabin, and if you tire of that (as if you could) there is so much to see and do nearby: visit charming little towns of historic merit; be tempted by specialty shops featuring treasures from here and around the world; exercise your mind in art galleries and museums; or treat yourself to excellent restaurants for breakfast, lunch and dinner