Check Out This Beautiful Cabin Getaway In Leavenworth

There is so much to love about this Leavenworth, Washington, United States vacation home that sits in the Cascade Mountains, just a short walk from the Wenatchee River. This Leavenworth cabin is a perfect escape for outdoor adventurers with ample at-home amenities to be found with 2 bedrooms, a sleeping loft, 1.5 baths, and even a movie theater. When you aren't enjoying quality time at the vacation rental, you can hike through Lake Wenatchee State Park or hit the slopes at Stevens Pass Ski Resort or Leavenworth Ski Hill. WATCH HOME & LIFESTYLES STREAMING TV Back at home, soak in the hot tub or enjoy the wooded views from the deck.

The cozy cabin has a theater room, river, and beach access, and a quiet getaway in Washington’s great outdoors, this Leavenworth cabin invites guests to enjoy at-home amenities and a location near hiking trails and local attractions. The first bedroom has a queen size bed, the second bedroom has a queen size bed, and a loft with 4 twin-sized beds. Outside you'll find a deck hot tub, patio table, and gas grill. Inside the cabin, you'll find a pool table, hardwood floors, and a dining table. The cabin has a fully equipped kitchen with a dishwasher, coffee maker, refrigerator, and stove/oven. The cabin has complimentary toiletries, free WiFi, linens/towels, and is suitable for children and the elderly. In the winter 4-wheel/AWD is recommended. There is a steep driveway with room for 2 vehicles. GET MORE HOME & LIFESTYLES INSPIRATION

The cabin is located in Leavenworth, Washington, United States with plenty of outdoor activities including Lake Wenatchee State Park (8.2 miles), Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest (15.3 miles), Waterfront Park (15.9 miles), Enchantment Park (16.5 miles), Leavenworth Ski Hill (16.7 miles), Peshastin Pinnacles State Park (24.4 miles), Stevens Pass Ski Resort (31.0 miles), and Icicle Gorge Trailhead (32.0 miles). Other things to do in the area include the Upper Valley Museum at Wenatchee River Institute (15.6 miles), Icicle Creek Center for the Arts (19.2 miles), Cashmere Museum and Pioneer Village (26.9 miles), Great Northern and the Cascade Railway (47.0 miles). Downtown Leavenworth is 15.6 miles, Seattle 113 miles, and Spokane 207 miles.

There’s a fun way to get a taste of Bavaria without the long flight overseas and that's to head to Leavenworth, best known as the German town in Washington state. The town is originally known for its booming logging industry, the area hit hard times around the mid-1900s when the railroad rerouted its route and left–a decision that nearly turned the whole place into a ghost town. But thanks to some innovative thinking and buy-in from the entire town, Leavenworth was completely revamped as a tourist destination in the 1960s when every single sign and facade was redone in the Bavarian theme, and festivals like Oktoberfest and Christmas markets drew visitors.

Eat a giant pretzel. Leavenworth has a great variety of dining options, and no trip is complete without enjoying some German food. There are quite a few places to grab a soft, freshly baked pretzel, including the Danish Bakery, München Haus, and Rhein Haus. The most creative concoctions are found at the Leavenworth Cider House, and the giant pretzels feed up to four people and are prepared with a twist.

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