Winter getaways near Seattle

Bust out the hot cocoa.

A-Frame Rental

It’s a lot easier to defrost after a day on the slopes next to a fireplace.

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Brrrrr... now that it’s pretty chilly we’ve been fantasizing about cozy, winter getaways to help us warm up. We thought we’d share some appealing vacation rental finds.

Snoqualmie Pass 🏔

A-Frame with views | $278 per night | Sleeps nine | Bring the whole snowboarding crew on a big trip — this rental is just walking distance from the Snoqualmie lifts.

Woodland cabin | $190 per night | Sleeps eight | Ahhh, just imagine... you, your friends or a special someone, gently falling snow, your beverage of choice, and a toasty outdoor hot tub.

Victoria, British Columbia 🇨🇦

Chinatown art loft | $88 per night | Sleeps three | Warm up in this stylishly decorated loft after spending the whole day clip-clopping in a horse-drawn carriage.

Urban condo with sauna | $148 per night | Sleeps six | Feeling especially chilled to the bone after touring Butchart Gardens? This home’s private outdoor sauna with a view should get that blood pumping again.


This cabin on the peninsula has a lot of cozy nooks to choose from.

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Olympic Peninsula 🌊

Lakefront cabin with a treehouse | $252 per night | Sleeps six | Cozy up by the wood-burning stove or grab some blankets and peer out over the wintry landscape in the treehouse loft.

Bellingham ⛵️

Waterfront cabin | $500 per night | Sleeps 10 | If you’re a little too worried about Bigfoot to sit in a hot tub in the woods, this close-to-town lakefront spot will keep you nice and safe while you soak. Or stay indoors with a private sauna.

Secluded yurt | $89 per night | Sleeps two | If you’re one of those “everyone turn their phone off” vacationers, this inviting little space should help you really detach — comes equipped with a fire pit.

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