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Deep Forest Cabins in Ashford, WA

Deep Forest Cabins in Ashford, WA

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Rating: 4.91

Address: 33823 State Rte 706 E, Ashford, WA, 98304

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    Comments (11):

    1. Cara T.
    We stayed here again over President's Day weekend and I have to stick with the 5 stars!  The Cedar was booked so we reserved the Maplewild.  I am really glad we did - it is so private and and lovely.  I was hoping for snow and just missed it by a couple of days, but we couldn't have asked for a more wonderful time.  The Maplewild has a seperate living and bedroom space which was really nice.  There was a pull out sofa that had a surprisingly comfy bed, where we spend much of the time watching movies and snuggling.  The hot tub was great and totally private.  We did have a bit of a misunderstanding with the cleaner after checking out, however, the owner was really apologetic and has corrected the issue.

    24/02/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    2. Krishan K.
    I decided to surprise my girlfriend with a trip to the Deep Forest Cabins for her birthday and had an amazing weekend getaway! The owner's, Janet and Pat, were very prompt in replying to any e-mail inquires I had before and after booking. They even sent an e-mail with VERY detailed instructions and suggestions which was definitely helpful; it made things less stressful for me on the day we headed down to the cabin. We stayed in the Mountain Home cabin which was the only one available at the time of booking. Janet and Pat were kind enough to let me book the cabin for a one night stay which I greatly appreciated due to time constraints with work...The pictures on the website were spot on and my girlfriend and I were blown away with how beautiful the cabin was. The cabin was very clean and fully furnished (minus a washer/dryer which we wouldn't have used anyways) with a secluded hot tub outside and a jetted tub/shower in the bathroom. We both enjoyed our stay and will definitely be returning in the near future. I highly recommend Deep Forest Cabins for your next weekend getaway.

    17/04/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    3. Allison G.
    My husband and I stayed here for a few days for our first anniversary.  We stayed in the Cedar Grove cabin and had a blast!  Our favorite part was the soaking jet tub in the bathroom and the hot tub outside.  This place is smack dab in the middle of the forest so you have total privacy and seclusion.

    The cabin was stocked with everything you could need (even a coffee grinder!  Yay!).  The bed was comfortable with lots of comfy blankets and pillows.  It was so peaceful outside that we kept thinking we were hearing noises!  We are just not used to all of those peaceful surroundings.  It was GLORIOUS. There is no cable or internet reception...this was LIBERATING.  Bring DVDs if you want to watch stuff.

    In the four days we spent there, we barely saw a soul.  We heard a car drive by our cabin a few times and that's it!  We had a great time and would definitely recommend.

    17/10/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    4. Joy C.
    We had a great experience with Deep Forest Cabins from start to finish.  The booking was wonderfully smooth, Janet answered all of our questions and even provided good directions to help us navigate our late night arrival (these roads aren't quite lit like the city).

    We stayed at the beautiful Chanterelle Guest Cabin, which is the smallest of all the cabins at Deep Forest.  It doesn't have a kitchen, but it certainly had everything else that we needed, including a mini fridge and a microwave.  It was cozy and private with a wonderful view atop a hill (supposedly great for stars, but with our weather we saw a great spread of.. clouds).  There is no phone reception and no internet, but it does have a flat screen TV and an ipod dock and they do have dvds available for you to borrow.  And oh yeah, they also had good food recs, a nice change of pace from the food we were encountering on the road. :)  A really wonderful and convenient location for those wanting a little peace and quiet while visiting Mt. Rainier.

    16/05/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    5. Michael M.
    Just completed our third stay at Deep Forest Cabins, Second at the "Cedar Grove". This cabin is an amazing romantic getaway. The cabin is lined head to toe with cedar, and it smells and looks wonderful! This cabin is well setup for couples as it has only a single queen bed and the bathroom suite is that of dreams! My wife's dreams that is, its huge and has a separate jetted tub and a stand alone glass shower. The ceiling is vaulted and where the vault meets the wall at its highest point there are large windows revealing the cedar forest behind the cabin. Breath taking yet private. The kitchen is roomy and great for preparing meals. When you wake in the morning you will be shocked to find huge cedars running straight through the cabin. Or so it appears, what a ingenious design and a unique experience to wake up to. Oh did I mention the sunken hot tub on the deck, picture this soaking in the bubbly water while snow flakes fall through the towering trees above and land on your face. The deer watching is is outstanding via the many large windows. Everything is well thought out here! No Celly service and No Boob Tube ( TV with no reception ) just movies, a wife's paradise.....bring your CEO hubby here.

    Thank You Pat and Janet!

    Kind Regards Michael and Jamie

    30/12/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    6. Karen K.
    Very Clean. Tastefully decorated room, cabin feel with newer kitchen appliances. Thick soft towels (and plenty of them!), good shower-although I wish the shower head could change its wide stream for more force in a single flow- deep shower/bath have to really step up and over edge. Natural soaps- encouraged me to buy same when I got home it worked so well!, Natural soap kitchen, too. Well stocked kitchen, they provide everything like coffee, salt, etc. We didn't cook there but it looked well set up. Window shades very cool-easy to pull up down. Quiet! Cars very muffled due to house and trees in front of cabin. Janet is super ice, welcoming, helpful with advice and maps. Filtered water a plus. We refilled our glass water bottles every day before our hike. Nice artwork. Hooks everywhere are helpful for more storage. Bed was way too soft for me. Sheets nice and soft. Hot tub is private and comfy, easy to use. Huckleberry Cabin

    23/07/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    7. Becca C.
    We stayed in the Cedar Grove cabin back in March and I must say I LOVED this cabin. It was extremely comfortable, warm, and modern in a woodsy-rustic kind of way. The kitchen was fully stocked with every utensil you can think of and even had a dishwasher...my apartment in downtown Seattle didn't even have a dishwasher!

    I don't think there was cable, but we brought movies to watch on the dvd player. We enjoyed the hottub very much, and the grill off the deck was perfect for steaks. I mean, it was honestly one of the finest weekend getaways I've ever had. The drive from Seattle was brutal on a Friday afternoon, but once we got away from the crowds and closer to the Mountain, it was so beautiful.

    The owners are very responsive to online queries and gave really great directions to the cabin. I would stay here again in a heartbeat!

    30/08/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    8. Cristina G.
    My husband and I stayed at Deep forest Cabins - Chanterelle - for 2 nights and enjoyed it.  This is their smallest cabin but has enough space for sleeping, showering and relaxing a bit.  I don't necessarily recommend this cabin for having around...I would probably get a larger cabin for that purpose.  The Chanterelle did meet our needs since we were hiking most of the tome and not spending much time at the cabin.

    The cabin had beautiful wood floors and a nice sofa under the window to relax.  The shower and bathroom were on a lower level (4 steps down from the main room/bedroom) and was large with a small refrigerator and microwave.

    All in all the stay was comfortable.  If we are ever back in the area I would stay at Deep Forest Cabins.  The only thing I would add is wifi.  There is absolutely no cell signal out there so be forewarned.

    21/07/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    9. Emily M.
    My husband and I stayed at the guest house when I was in town for work this past weekend.  We travel quite a bit for work, and I'm always searching for a good deal.  The guest house seemed to be the best bang for the buck that I could find in the area.  
    *I'm pretty picky, but the bed and bedding was amazing-- it was so comfy I didn't want to get out of bed.    
    *The cabin was really clean, which was nice, and which isn't often found in remote, mountain cabins.  It was a plenty surprise.
    *Heated floors in the bathroom, so nice!
    *It was a little chilly when we were there (the end of September), but the heater had been turned on in anticipation of our arrival, and the cabin was nice and cozy.
    *Loved the big windows, and waking up to the forest view.  We felt like we were in a treehouse.
    *The website notes there is no kitchen, but it does have a fridge and a microwave, which was just perfect for us.

    We loved it, and would definitely stay again upon return to Ashford.

    30/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    10. Rose B.
    My husband and I were visiting Mt. Rainier in March and stayed in the Maplewild cabin for one night, which was lovely. The power went out in the area for about  5 hours during our stay, but we still had a wonderful time. I just so happened to buy a novel the day before and had plenty of time to rest and read. They provide lanterns in the cabin. It was just so cozy! There was a loft bedroom, and the bed was super comfy and clean. I slept very soundly.

    When the power came back on later that night, we got to watch the DVDs that the owners let us borrow. Although we didn't get to use the hot tub that night, we were able to have an early morning hot tub session. Great way to start the day!

    If I lived in the area, I would definitely stay here again! I would totally recommend a stay at Deep Forest Cabins.

    23/11/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    11. Russell G.
    My wife and I have spent our anniversary the last 3 years at the Maplewild cabin. The privacy and seclusion is great, as well as the insanely close proximity to Mt Rainier. It serves as a perfect base camp for hiking the great park. We spend the day traversing the mountain, soak away the soreness in the hottub, and top it off with a cold beer and a steak hot of the grill!
    The Maplewild Cabin has some great architecture, my favorite feature being the massive wall of windows facing the deck with an excellent view of the forest and adjacent hillside. This year they have added a dishwasher, flat screen TV, and a larger window in the bedroom, and I couldn't be happier with the improvements! The owners and caretaker are both extremely nice as well as accomodating. I really don't have a single complaint. I've been hooked on the cabin since our first visit, and we're already planning our next stay!

    08/03/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0