The Cabin of Two Bears is a lovely vacation idea for a private holiday for up to 2 guests. The lovely cabin building is located on Friday Harbor, Washington, United States, and makes for the perfect island getaway. The cabin building has one bedroom and one bathroom, and you'll have use of the entire tiny cabin during your stay. The private cabin building is set in a secluded located within a grove of very large Cedar trees. WATCH HOME & LIFESTYLES STREAMING TV There is lots of wildlife to include eagles, deer, foxes, and woodpeckers. The cabin building is close to English Camp National Park and Roche Harbor Resort. There is also plenty of biking, hiking, and whale watching activities nearby, along with a free Frisbee Golf course. You can relax in the hot tub and enjoy the peaceful island setting. The cabin building is ideal for one couple or for a single who is looking to get away to write or compose. The tiny cabin has an Amazon Fire Stick television with a voice remote.
This handmade cabin building has in-floor heating of adobe tile flooring, a gas fireplace, a large outdoor deck that surrounds the tiny cabin and a private hot tub (no bathing suits required). This cabin building offers plenty of privacy. There is room for the dog to run as well. GET MORE HOME & LIFESTYLES INSPIRATION As the cabin building vacation rental is on an island you will want to make your reservations for the ferry ahead of time for sailing from Anacortes to Friday Harbor, Washington. The cabin building is in a rural residential neighborhood with a minimum parcel of two-plus acres. The location is wooded and secluded, but with plenty of sunny exposures. The area is served by a local taxi service originating 10 miles away. It is highly recommended that you bring your vehicle to better explore the islands with their many diverse areas and habitats.
Friday Harbor, Washington is a place to go if you want a slower pace. The charming, historic, and walkable seaport is just a step away from the ferry landing, with several small, friendly restaurants, and shops. You won't find any fast-food chains in Friday Harbor. Things to do include a visit to the San Juan Islands Museum of Art, San Juan Historical Museum, San Juan Community Theatre, and so much more. You might rent a moped to explore the island or catch an inter-island ferry to explore the other islands of Lopex, Shaw, and Orcas.
During your stay, you can visit the community at Brickworks Plaza, a place that was restored in 2013 and takes its name from its original, historic role. Brickworks Plaza has a large hall and an outdoor plaza for community gatherings and concerts. On Saturday you can visit the San Juan Island Farmer's Market, where you can meet farmers, listen to music, and enjoy foods that are cooked on-site, fresh produce, and delicious baked goods. The slowed-down pace of this beautiful location is sure to make for a holiday that is relaxed and inspiring.