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Stayed at the Cabins of Beaver Creek again when we travel through Northwest Washington. The cabin, location, and owners John and Michelle are absolutely magical. We look forward to this week every year and if you are seeking an amazing setting full of peace and...More
My wife and I were looking for a location to use as a base to explore Olympic National Park. Hit the jackpot here. John and Michelle make you feel like part of the family. You can roam as much ( or as little ) as...More
Great hosts Michelle and John. Very warm and welcome couple, make you feel at home. Beautiful cabin, very clean. Great location. close to Forks, La push and sol duc. Btw, the google map is wrong if you are coming from Forks(south direction) and if you...More
We stayed for three nights while exploring the area. The cabins were perfect, very clean and comfortable with everything you need. Beautiful property - the kids loved the river, s'mores by the campfire and visiting and feeding the animals. Michelle and John are amazing hosts...More
Wonderful cabins, beautiful property and the most gracious hosts! Can't wait to stay again; very clean and extremely comfortable. The kids had a great time fishing at the river and visiting with the animals 😀
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So sorry I did not see your question sooner! We have two styles of cabins. One is a studio style with a queen bed on the main floor and two queen beds in a loft area for $210 plus tax per night. Our other cabin is studio... More
So sorry I did not see your question sooner! We have two styles of cabins. One is a studio style with a queen bed on the main floor and two queen beds in a loft area for $210 plus tax per night. Our other cabin is studio style with a queen bed and a full fold out for $150 plus tax per night. Let me know if there is anything else I can help you with and happy planning!!
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"Cabin 1 is furthest from the campfire, number 4 is closest."