This is a comfortable and cozy A-frame cabin in a semi woodsy setting, but it also has a yard with open space. You can see the Skagit Bay through the trees, which is about 150 yards from the house. The home is fully set up with all amenities for your comfort and enjoyment. There is an outdoor firepit as well. The cabin has a queen size bed and a twin size trundle bed upstairs. Downstairs there is a long twin daybed and a full size futon. Up to six are accepted. This property is a nice casual relaxing getaway to nature that also has many nearby cultural attractions to check if you want as well. It has nice style and character. It has casual, comfortable and cool vintage furnishings. The cabin has wifi and internet. Pets are allowed on the main floor.There's great boating and fishing in the bay and multiple small uninhabited islands that you can explore. Bring your boat and fishing gear or rent kayaks in town. The beach stretches for miles and Deception Pass is very close by. There are a couple places that do whale watching tours and also others that do guided fishing. There are lots of beautiful quiet roads to bike or walk on. There are lots of good restaurants to experience. Some of my favorite are Nell Thorn, the LaConner Brewery, Tweets, and Maripoza. There are a number of bars to check out as well as music happenings there too. There is a big art scene in the area and frequently there are good shows at the many local galleries and the Museum of Northwest Art in LaConner. There are a few live theatres and a movie theatre in Anacortes and Mount Vernon. It's also close to Anacortes if you want to take a ferry ride and explore the San Juan Islands. You can rent kayaks in town and explore the Skagit Bay and the Skagit River. There are lots of uninhabited islands you can go onto and a few miles of beach to walk. There is lots of good local produce and meats that can be gathered. The Skagit Valley is considered the bread basket of this region and there is also a lot of seafood. There are multiple farmers markets, Snow Goose Produce, a Co-op, The Breadfarm, Rexville Grocery. There are a number of bars and small town bands with dancing. There is a bowling alley and a public pool in Anacortes which are always fun outings. The bowling alley has a restaurant inside of it that has good fish and chips.
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