Cedar Springs Cabin at Mt. Rainier
|Minimum Stay||2 nights|
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|Theme||Historic, Wilderness, Spa, Rural|
Description from the owner
8 acre property with a pond
Giant Cedars surround the cabin.
Soak in the Private Hot Tub in the middle of the grove.
Two Queen Bedrooms have down comforters, quilts and log beds.
Full well equipped kitchen has farm house charm.
3 miles to Mt. Rainier National Park
The living room has two sofas, a dining area a VCR/DVD Player
Enjoy a stroll on the property to discover a beautiful pond often inhabited by ducks, geese, and blue heron. Past the pond is Mt. Tahoma Canyon Road, known as "the old road to Rainier" and provides a quiet, tree lined, two lane road for bicycling and romantic walks.
Cedar Springs Cabin at Mt. Rainier
Mount Rainier National Park, Washington
(Property location is approximate)
Additional Location Information
Cedar Springs Cabin near Mt. Rainier National Park is located on 8 sun drenched acres with ancient cedars surrounding the cabin. Go for a stroll on the beautiful property and watch the wild ducks and blue heron who inhabit the spring fed pond. Elk and deer are frequent visitors in the evenings. There are no neighbors in sight.
An outdoor hot tub is right behind the cabin tucked under the towering cedars.
Location Type Rural
Rates shown in $ USD (change)
|Rate Summary||$175 - $185||$175 - $185||$1,165||$0||2 nights|
|May. 17 2013 - Sep. 22 2013
|All Other Dates||$175||$175||-||-||2 nights|
|Can't find rates for your travel dates? Contact the owner|
- Additional guests - $25 - Per-Person Adjustment - Fee applies to parties of more than 2 guest(s)
- One night stay - $35 / stay - Other - We have a two night minimum. Occasionally we may offer a one night stay. This fee is to offset some of the additional housekeeping and maintenance expense necessary to accomodate a one night stay. We will apply the $35.00 to your second nights visit should you choose, subject to availability.
AvailableUnavailable Last updated: May 02, 2013 ◀▶
What Past Guests Are Saying
Perfect secluded cabin close to Mt. Rainier
We've stayed several times now at Cedar Springs cabin, always bringing our dog. Everytime the stay has been perfect and as good as (or better than!) the last. Normally it's a long wekend to get away to Mt. Rainier from the bustle of daily life. We love the hot tub both in the summer and the winter (and try to use it as much as we can during the stays), the BBQ, and the fire pit outside which makes for lovely cosy evenings.
The fields behind the cabin are perfect for the dog and in the summer just sitting by the small lake, often watching some children play, is magic in itself. Easy access to Mt. Rainier and the super Copper Creek restaurant only a couple of minutes away by car or easily walkable on foot.
We're planning our next trip back!
Curt, Patty, Kaycee & Faith (our dog:)
Extremely peaceful, relaxing, comfortable and private! Very ser
We just stayed at the Cedar Springs Cabin at Mt. Rainier and we could not have been more pleased with the property. This was a great experience! The cabin was clean, well laid out, fully stocked, and everything was easy to find and use. On top of taking care of all of the little details that can cause big inconveniences when left out, the property was in a beautiful area, with a beautiful fishing pond within walking distance. All the way up to the date of our trip, Cedar Springs Staff was extremely responsive and accommodating. Everything on our trip exceeded expectations. We will definitely hope to be using Cedar Springs Cabin again.
Average place at above average price
Arrived to find the cabin was right on the highway, despite maps showing it in a more remote location. Pictures make it look like there's great views but there isn't, you have to walk the whole property to see it all. And the tree lined lane for walks, that's not where the cabin is it's across the property. To top it all off, right behind the trees is the owners house. While the pictures are accurate, they don't show it all.
The inside of the cabin appeared nice, but we didn't stay. There is no wifi or phone inside so if there's a problem you need to drive a mile away.
We decided the cabin wasn't as advertised and was way overpriced compared to what we thought we were getting. We drove to the restaurant that serves as their office to see what we could do. After many broken promises and two hours later I finally spoke to the owner on the phone. He was horribly rude and didn't care about my problems. He finally agreed to a refund and hung up the phone in the middle of my sentence.
What is even worse is if they purposely avoided talking to me in order to force us to stay. When the refund was finally processed he withheld 10% stating it cost him credit card fees to issue refunds.