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Canyon Creek Cabins: #3

6 Guests

2 Bedrooms

4 Beds

1 Bathroom

6 Guests

2 Bedrooms

4 Beds

1 Bathroom

This cabin was originally built in the 1970's as a remote fishing cabin. About a year ago we reimagined the space and it has become an idyllic escape from the city. The main cabin has a lofted bedroom and writing desk, and downstairs there is a large custom sofa, fireplace, kitchen and bathroom. We added a second bedroom in the form of a sleeping cabin overlooking the river, which is accessible via the back deck.  Also on the back deck is a grill, outdoor dining table, and a recessed hot tub with an incredible view of the river.

The Area:

The cabin is a one hour drive from Seattle, and just minutes outside of Granite Falls, WA. This area is often refered to as the gateway to the Cascades, and the cabin is just a 20-minute drive to some of the best hiking and most beautiful natural features that Washington has to offer. Some of our favorite hikes include: Gothic Basin, Big Four Ice Caves, Mt. Pilchuck Fire Lookout, Lake Twenty-Two, and Heather Lake. Our cabins are in a small and private community. While we encourage guests to visit the nearby park and to explore the trails on the Cascade Loop Highway, we ask guests to please refrain from wandering the private roads of the community, as the neighbors appreciate their privacy.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Do you allow dogs? — Yes. We are dog friendly, but do not allow other pets.

Can I check-in early or check-out late? — No. Our cabins are often booked back-to-back, and our cleaners need time to prepare the cabin for the next guest. There is not a good area to hang out in while the cleaning is being finished so it's best to arrive at check-in time.

What's in the kitchen? —  The kitchen is small and stocked with the basics: stove, oven, pots, dishes, spices, dry goods.

Do you have a grill on the deck? — Yes. The grill is on the deck overlooking the river.

What's the coffee situation? — We keep Stamp Act coffee, an electric grinder, and a stainless steel french press at the cabin.

What's a good restaurant or bar nearby?  — We recommend spending as much time at the cabin and in nature as possible. So, plan to bring food and drinks with you. Favorites in town include Omega pizza (takout pizza and salads) and the  Spar Tree (local bar).

Home highlights

Pets welcome


Wireless Broadband Internet


1970's fireplace

Living room

Living room from above

The couch turns into two single beds for extra guests

An assortment of books and artwork on a shelf above the record player

We were excited to source this vintage enamel fireplace, which really makes the space



Pets welcome

Parking & facilities

Parking included

Kitchen & dining

Coffee machine, Cooking utensils, Dishwasher, Kitchen stove, Oven and Refrigerator

Internet & office

Wireless Broadband Internet

Heating & cooling

Ceiling fans, Fireplace and Heating available

Bathroom & laundry

Clothes dryer, Washing machine, Hair dryer, Essentials, Bathtub and Bed linen

Home Safety

Carbon Monoxide Detector, Fire Extinguisher, First aid kit and Smoke Detector

House Rules

Pets welcome

Check in: 04:00 PM

Check out: 12:00 PM (noon)



Policy and notes


January 2023


About host

Forest and Andy

In the city we work together at a clothing and plant shop called Glasswing. These cabins are intended to be simple retreats that allow us to reconnect with nature. We have enjoyed learning more about architecture, furniture design, cooking, sculpture, and plants while buiding these cabins and hope it feels like a unique experience for our guests. 

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