Snoqualmie, WA, USA

Snoqualmie, WA, USA

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Where to stay around Snoqualmie, WA?

Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 33 vacation rentals near Snoqualmie. From 19 houses to 0 , find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Snoqualmie for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Escape to the Snoqualmie River Valley

Only around 30 miles east of Seattle, Snoqualmie is a pint-sized town surrounded by rolling dairy farms, lush orchards, and colorful flower fields. It sits in the Snoqualmie River Valley, a picturesque slice of Washington bordered by the Pacific Ocean on one side and the Cascade Mountains on the other. Snoqualmie vacation rentals make the most of the setting, with impeccably crafted log homes complete with stunning rural views. Whether you want to visit thundering waterfalls, or discover First Nations heritage, Snoqualmie is a beguiling introduction to the Pacific Northwest.

A scenic spell in Snoqualmie

With its cute antique stores and cozy cafes, the town of Snoqualmie is a lovely place for a stroll. Venture further afield and you will find a wealth of pastoral beauty to soak up. From scenic drives to leisurely bike rides, it's worth dedicating a few hours to exploring the Snoqualmie Valley. Want to enjoy nature at your doorstep? With riverside Snoqualmie vacation rentals, you can wake up to mountain views, relax on your sun drenched deck, and enjoy family time by a roaring outdoor fire.

Admire mist-cloaked Snoqualmie Falls 

Tumbling almost 300 feet down a granite cliff, Snoqualmie Falls is one of Washington most popular scenic attractions. As well as an observation deck, you'll also find a gift store and plenty of picnic tables. If you want to know more about how Washington turns water into energy, don't miss the Snoqualmie Falls Hydroelectric Museum, which chronicles the history of the power plant. In the heart of town is the tiny Northwest Railway Museum, housed in a Victorian-era train depot. Whether you want to visit the Interpretive Center or wander along the forested trails, Meadowbrook Farm is also a firm family favorite.

Carve up the slopes at Summit at Snoqualmie

Washington may have a rainy reputation, but visit in summer and you'll enjoy warm weather and plenty of sunshine. While Seattle can get wildly busy from Memorial Day to Labor Day, Snoqualmie always feels laid-back. Things don't slow down in winter, when legions of snowboarders and skiers descend on Summit at Snoqualmie. Planning a winter ski break in Washington? With Snoqualmie vacation rentals you can live it up in luxurious self-contained accommodation, just 30 minutes from the resort.

Cruising the Mountains to Sound Greenway

Snoqualmie sits in the heart of the Mountains to Sound Greenway, a world class National Heritage Area that sprawls across the state of Washington. As well as big ticket attractions like Snoqualmie Falls, the greenway is also dotted with hidden gems like the Three Forks Natural Area. With more than 200 acres of open space, it's a beautiful spot for a riverside picnic. Nearby, Rattlesnake Mountain Scenic Area boasts some of the best views of Mount Si. You can relax by the shimmering lake or hike the Rattlesnake Ledge Trail for sweeping views of the Cedar River Watershed.