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Ashford has many types of vacation rentals from ordinary to unique. Check out the Cedar Creek Treehouse which rests atop a giant 200-year old Western Red Cedar tree, 50 feet above the ground. Click on the links below to see which type of rental best suites your needs. When making a reservation please be sure to remember to say you found them on gonorthwest.com.
We offer 4 luxurious Mt. Rainier vacation rental homes, all located at the Nisqually/Paradise entrance to Mt. Rainier National Park. Our cabins can accommodate 2-20 guests, so whether you are searching for a romantic getaway, a winter escape, or a fun-filled family reunion, we have the perfect accommodations to meet your needs. Our vacation rentals have fully equipped kitchens, high-end furnishings, cozy beds with goose-down pillows and blankets, fireplaces, TV/DVD/XBox, free Wi-Fi, washer/dryer, fire pits, and private hot tubs. Two cabins have pool tables and one cabin is even dog friendly! Visit our website for more details, cabin photos, rates, and availability.
The most secluded getaway in Ashford yet near village center. A unique eco-lodging with environmentally friendly products used throughout. Imaginative hand-crafted cedar cabin on four wooded acres with no other cabins around and next to nature preserve on a quiet road off highway. Four miles from Mt. Rainier Natl. Park and convenient to restaurants. Two queen bedrooms, one twin. Sunroom great for reading or yoga. Wi-fi, cabin phone & Verizon cell service. Well-stocked full kitchen. Living/dining area has cast-iron gas fireplace, DVD/CD player, movies, games, booklover's library. Sleeps five. Children age 10 and over (some exceptions). Strictly no smoking, no pets.
Ashford Mansion. 30715 Mount Tahoma, Ashford, WA 98304. Toll-free: 1-800-532-9552.
Three Bears Lodge. Ashford, WA 98304. Phone: 206-241-8080; Toll-free: 1-877-RU-Bears; Fax: 206-433-3427.
Wild Wood at Mt. Rainier. 33716 State Route 706 E, Ashford, WA 98304. Phone: 253-691-9195.
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