If you are looking for a vacation getaway where you can relax and enjoy scenic views, the Coho cabin building in La Conner, Washington, United States is just the place. The Coho cabin building can accommodate up to 3 guests with 2 beds, and one bathroom. During your vacation stay, you will have the entire cabin to yourself. The Coho Cabin is a tiny house/wood cabin that is perched atop Skagit Bay with direct ocean views of Whidbey Island, wildlife, and the Olympic Mts. The tiny cabin building was built in 2007, it's an authentic cabin building that was custom designed out of Alaskan Yellow Cedar. During your stay, you can enjoy the rustic-yet-elegant look and feel, electric fireplace, radiant-heated stone floors, outdoor barbecue, private location, and cozy loft bed. The tiny cabin is located 10 minutes west of La Conner, close to shops, hiking, and the beach.
For safety reasons children under the age of 12 cannot stay at the cabin building, this is because the beach staircase is long, steep and can be slippery. The beach rocks can also become very slippery. The cabin building is not child-proofed and has numerous breakable items. Pets, however, are welcome at the tiny cabin but must never be left unattended, especially inside the cabin building. The Coho Cabin building is a 250 square foot studio loft/tiny house design the is the perfect location for a couple's retreat. The cabin building got its name from the colorful neon Coho salmon sign that sits on the exterior wall. It's hard to miss when you first pull in and is a beacon in the night for evening arrivals.
This idyllic cabin building overlooks beautiful Skagit Bay and offers breathtaking westerly views of the Olympic Mountains and Whidbey Island, among others. This genuine log cabin building has radiant-heated stone floors throughout, a luxurious stone and tile bathroom, an electric fireplace, a spacious covered outdoor wrap-around patio, with several outdoor seating areas. You can enjoy the comfy double hammock with views of Skagit Bay and The Coho Cabin building's own carved totem pole. The wood cabin is a great example of Pacific Northwest architectural design.
During your stay, you can enjoy abundant wildlife to include bald eagles, raccoons, otters, porpoises, seals, chipmunks, squirrels, deer, rabbits, woodpeckers, blue heron, and many other birds. You can also enjoy the Native Madrone trees that can also be seen on the property. Evenings bring beautiful sunsets over the water, mountains, and islands. The Coho Cabin building is located near many beautiful destinations to include the town of La Conner, which sits on the saltwater Swinomish Channel, only 10 minutes away. La Connor has several small shops and restaurants which are all within walking distance of one another. The tiny cabin building is only 10 minutes away from the famous tulip fields of Skagit Valley. April is the official Skagit Valley Tulip Festival month with plenty of activities connected to its celebration. The cabin building is only 30 minutes from the San Juan Islands Ferry Terminal, Mt. Erie, Deception Pass, Whidbey Island and the towns of Mt. Vernon, Anacortes, and Burlington.
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