The Knotty Cedars Retreat is a cozy wood cabin getaway located in Packwood, Washington, United States. The wood cabin can accommodate up to 5 guests with 2 bedrooms, 3 beds and 1.5 bathrooms. During your vacation stay, you'll have the entire cabin building to yourself. This newly renovated A-frame cabin building is conveniently located in the High Valley neighborhood in Packwood, Washington near the Mt. Rainier National Park, Mount Adams, Mt. St. Helens, and the White Pass Ski Area. The cozy cabin building is newly renovated, with the wood cabin offering big windows, a large deck and new furnishings. The cabin retreat is the quintessential Washington A-frame cabin. The owners have taken extra care to create a peaceful and beautifully decorated space for you to enjoy. This lovely cabin building is beautifully finished inside and out and is surrounded by trees.
The recently completed wood cabin renovation includes cedar panelled walls, brand new furniture (including memory foam beds wrapped in Pendleton Woolen Mills blankets), and new floors throughout. You'll enjoy spending time on the large deck. Or, if you're wanting to enjoy some smores, you can pull up an Adirondack chair to the fire pit and enjoy. The Knotty Cedars Retreat is nestled in the High Valley Country Club neighborhood several miles outside of downtown Packwood. During your vacation stay, you'll have the entire cabin building to yourself (except for the kitchen closet and the laundry room cupboards). Guests to the cabin do not have access to the detached garage. The cabin retreat has two queen-sized beds (one in the master bedroom, and one in the loft). Also in the loft, there is a sofa that folds out into a twin-sized bed.
The High Valley Country Club has a swimming pool, golf course and hot tub. The Knotty Cedars Retreat is located in the High Valley Country Club neighborhood in Packwood, Washington. The cabin building is close to Mt. Rainier National Park, White Pass Ski Area, and sections of the Pacific Crest Trail. The wood cabin retreat is just 30 minutes away from the Goat Rocks Wilderness and Mt. St. Helens and less than one hour from Mt. Adams. If you don't want to leave the wood cabin, you can step outside of the front door and enjoy an amazing trail system that has waterfalls and mountain views. The wood cabin retreat is nestled amongst some of Washington's most beautiful National Parks and wilderness areas. This is a truly perfect base camp for your outdoor adventures.
The Pacific Crest Trail is 2,650 miles long, starting in Campo, a small town located on the United States-Mexico border. The hiking trail goes through the states of California, Oregon, and Washington before it reaches its northern terminus at the United States-Canada border located in Manning Park, British Columbia. This long-distance hiking and equestrian trail are closely aligned with the highest portion of the Sierra Nevada and the Cascade mountain ranges, which lie 100 to 150 miles east of the United States Pacific coast.