I stayed in cabin #1 “The Songbird” and it was just lovely. Beautiful grounds with nice landscaping and mature trees with fab views of Mt. Adams. My family members stayed in cabin #3 and loved theirs as well. Other pros: very clean, great water pressure, large bathroom with areas to put your stuff, shampoo/soap provided (a nice surprise!), vaulted wood ceilings, comfy mattress, decent freezer size, propane fireplace, electric griddle perfect for cooking, cutting board and chef knife (another nice surprise), extra blanket and pillows, good window blinds, picnic table, bbq grill, pull wagons for carting supplies to the cabins, sweet fire pit with Adirondack chairs, hammock, corn hole games, ample parking, abundant wildlife - deer and birds. The Songbird cabin is a fantastic size for one person but a bit cramped for two, especially if you try and eat together at the little table (you bump your head on the shelf below the TV). There is only one nightstand and one cozy chair. So again, great for one person. Some cons: cabins are right next to highway 141 so there is road noise and you can see it from inside The Songbird cabin which was a bummer. The owners could plant some native shrubs or small trees along the grass line and block the road view - an easy fix. The front porch is a bit too small to really enjoy. The kitchenette counter and sink are also small so it was cumbersome to cook and wash dishes. There is zero cabinet space which isn’t awesome when you’ve brought a week’s worth of food. The closet had a slight dead mouse smell, only 1 hanger, and the chest of drawers in there was positioned so the drawers wouldn’t open all the way. I changed the orientation of it so I could unpack my clothes. Hope they didn’t mind that! The toilet is funky with no lid and a handle that sticks sometimes. There’s some illegal electrical work going on in both the closet and bathroom - I truly hope it doesn’t burn down someday. Weak and spotty wifi and a small TV but not a big deal if you’re going there to get away from technology. The ice machine had a sign taped to it that said “broken”. Luckily I got a small bag of ice in Glenwood for about $2. Some notes: There is a pizza place next door but it’s closed Monday thru Wednesday. There is a fantastic cafe just a few minutes drive from the cabins with good food and a great staff! They have yummy huckleberry shakes, lemonade, lattes and scones. A small country store is also near the cafe with decent supplies and a super sweet cat named Mikey. Conboy Wildlife Refuge is only a 17 minute drive away - a magical place! None of the cabins have king sized beds so sadly a tall person would not be comfortable. Also, the bird pillows were not on the bed like the website photos show. The Songbird cabin definitely needs those bird pillows! Such a small nitpick, but darn it they looked so cute in the pics, LOL! 😁 All in all these are VERY cute and cozy cabins and I would stay there again in a heartbeat! The owners are hands off (which I like) and they responded quickly to the emails I sent before my stay. Trout Lake is a real gem and just a special place to visit.…
The 2 of us got to spend a lovely couple of days in Trout Lake and were so happy with the choice. We appreciated the quiet, clean and comfortable space in a beautiful setting. And, the bedding! I slept wonderfully and have never enjoyed sheets or a bed or pillows so much. Thanks so much. We hope to be back soon.
There are 4 cabins on this property. We stayed in the Mt Adams View cabin and, like the name suggests, it had a great view of Mt Adams directly from the cabin. Technically, it sleeps 5, but this would be best for a couple. There is a bedroom with a large bed. There is also a large murphy bed and a pull out futon sofa. However, if you were to use them all, it would take up the living room. We left the murphy bed down the whole time. It was a bit cramped but it was fine for 2 nights. There is picnic table area for the cabin and a porch, so we had plenty of space. Might be different if winter or raining, but worked out fine for us. There isn't a full kitchen, but there is a BBQ where we cooked our meals. Also, although this location is remote, there were actually several food options nearby, including a pizza place that shares the same parking area. If we knew that ahead of time, we would have eaten locally for some meals, but we stopped at Wild Columbia Salmon in Hood River to get salmon and Safeway for other things to BBQ so we cooked everything at our cabin. I've lived in Seattle for like 50 years but never been to Mt Adams or Lower Lewis Falls because they are not convenient and there are no hotels. This was a great find because it is very close to Mt Adams and just over an hour to Lower Lewis Falls (faster if you have a 4x4 though, as the NF roads are not all paved). It is also pretty close to Hood River, Columbia River Gorge, and Mt Hood. We stopped on our way home from a road trip around Oregon and so this location was perfect. All communication and check in was via email or phone. No issues. They were usually quick to reply. There is also sufficient space between the cabins. You can see others but you wont be near them. The location is right off the main road, which is convenient, but might be less secluded than you expect. There were cars going by but never seemed loud. Also we saw 1-2 deer walking through the property every day, which was nice.…
Could not this place more. Modern, well constructed and appointed! Clean, safe and so comfy. Five stars. Have been coming to the area for decades and this newer accommodation option is greatly appreciated.
We stayed for a couple of nights while exploring the Mt Adams. The cabins are wonderful! Family owned, great location and very clean. Kitchen was nicely stocked with the basics. Pet friendly -- they even had a treat, water bowl and towel for our pup. The other cabins share a wooded setting. Highly recommended!
Family stayed at Trout Lake Cozy Cabins for a family gathering during Christmas. The name Cozy Cabins is true to its name!! The cabins have a small kitchen, comfortable beds, great decor, and so much more. I highly recommend Cozy Cabins for a family gathering or a get away for two ❣
If you want a place to stay in the Trout Lake area that is off the road but close to everything, this is the place. It is simple and adequate. Owners Brock and Chrissy are very helpful. There are four cabins and a big modular home to choose from. We stayed in the "Songbird". Each cabin has a small sink, electric coffee machine, and refrigerator with limited cooking on an electric skillet. However, each unit has an outdoor barbecue so if you pack some pre-planned meals, you will not have a problem. Each unit also has a DVD player and TV with Direct TV access. There are also videos available for guests to use plus games. The view of Mount Adams is sublime. We love Cozy Cabins as we have stayed there on two other occasions.
I just spent a weekend at these cabins with my husband and my dog. I am in love with this place! . The cabins are so nice . They have everything you need, very nice outside grill, the bed and pillows are super comfy and the owner has added some nice finishing touches to everything. Mt Adams is right in front of you. Absolutely gorgeous! Very relaxing weekend and some outdoor exploring. We will be back for more!
Serene little cabins, some with lofts, just down the road from the village of Trout Lake at the base of Mt. Adams. The cabins aren’t elaborate, but they’re comfy with AC and a gas fireplace. No oven or cook tops in the kitchen, but there’s a nice Weber in front of my cabin. Good base for hiking, biking or exploring. Nice grounds and they do accept pets.
My neighbors found these and I rented the smallest cabin with my lab mix while they rented a slightly bigger cabin with their greyhound mixes. These had the comfort of a hotel room with comfy bed, Direct flatscreen TV, Fireplace, small kitchen amenities - sink, microwave, refrigerator, silverware, coffee mugs, glasses, plates, bowls, etc. and outside a BBQ and picnic table. The cabins provided a dog bed, bowls and sheet for my dog. I was in cabin 1 and left my blinds open so I could look up into the trees. From the property there is a wonderful view of Mt Adams.