The Hobbit Inn | The Grain Bin Flowers & Inn | Source: YouTube/Pacific Northwest and Beyond | Facebook/GrainBinFlowersandInn
The Hobbit Inn | The Grain Bin Flowers & Inn | Source: YouTube/Pacific Northwest and Beyond | Facebook/GrainBinFlowersandInn

4 Unique Places to Stay in Washington State: From Hobbit House to Grain Bin

Christell Fatima M. Tudtud
Dec 29, 2023
09:34 A.M.
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Washington State offers diverse landscapes, from the charming San Juan Islands to the awe-inspiring Olympic National Park. Beyond attractions, discover unique places to stay in Washington State for your next adventure.

Tucked in the far left corner of the United States, Washington State reveals stunning beauty across its expansive over 71,000 square miles. It delivers outdoor fun every season, from exploring mountains to watching whales and cross-country skiing.

Adding to the charm is the surge of exciting vacation rentals and hotels. Keep reading to discover four of the most unique places to stay in Washington State that will make your stay as memorable as the destination.

The breathtaking natural scenery in Washington State | Source: Pexels

The breathtaking natural scenery in Washington State | Source: Pexels

1. The Hobbit Inn

Nestled on the mountainside of Washington's Columbia River Gorge, this Hobbit-inspired accommodation invites "Lord of the Rings" enthusiasts for a unique retreat. Ideal for two persons and a pet, the charming cottage offers stunning views after a short hike.

The Queen bedroom connects to a cozy living room with a fireplace, chessboard, and woodworking bench. Handmade details, including a circular green door and lanterns, add a delightful touch.

Surrounded by six acres of land, it's perfect for hiking and wildlife watching. It has a wooden bathtub for two, creating an unforgettable, unique experience in the breathtaking Columbia River Gorge mountainside.

2. The Rolling Huts in Methow Valley

In Washington's Methow Valley, the Rolling Huts offer a modern camping experience for outdoor enthusiasts. Designed by Tom Kundig of Olson Kundig Architects, these unique cabins provide stunning mountain views.

Pet-friendly and ideal for couples or solo travelers, the huts feature a minimalist design and a glass wall for mountain views. Tucked for privacy but close to onsite amenities like a Woodstone Pizzeria, they also offer easy access to Winthrop's markets and galleries.

The smart huts are arranged in six herds, each with modular furniture, electricity, and wifi. Each hut has a nearby portable toilet, while shared bathrooms and showers are centrally located in a barn.

3. The Orcas Island Forest House

This one-bedroom treehouse on the San Juan Islands has gained local fame, featured on King 5 Seattle Evening News and Treehouse Masters. The Forest House exudes rustic charm yet boasts numerous amenities.

It has a fully equipped kitchen, indoor fireplace, deep soaking tub, smart TV, and a scenic deck. Featuring a skylight for stargazing, the Orcas Island Forest House offers a unique and magical retreat on the coast of Washington State.

4. The Grain Bin Flowers & Inn

Situated 15 miles north of Pasco, Washington, on an organic farm with over 300 crop varieties, The Grain Bin Flowers & Inn offers a unique experience and is perfect for year-round getaways.

Established in 2017, the inn features a comfortable queen bed upstairs and a fold-out couch downstairs, suitable for two kids or one to two adults. Windows upstairs offers views of the flower farm and surrounding crops.

Washington State offers a range of unique stays, from Hobbit cottages to Rolling Huts and the peaceful Grain Bin Inn. Whether by the Columbia River Gorge, in the Methow Valley, or on an organic farm, these accommodations invite visitors to enjoy the charm and natural beauty that make Washington State a standout destination.

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