Three Awe-Inspiring, A-Frame Airbnbs in the Pacific Northwest

From a Mt. Rainer hideaway to a coastal Oregon oasis, these three architecturally inspired A-Frame Airbnbs (@airbnb) — all in the Pacific Northwest — are sure to delight and inspire your future travels.

1️⃣ A Riverfront Retreat: Located in Washington State and one of the three cabins that make up Tye Haus (@tyehaus), this retro-inspired, design-forward cabin dates back to the 1960s. It’s flanked by both river and mountain views and can sleep up to six guests. Take advantage of the spacious front and back decks, where you can take in the stunning surroundings and unwind — perfectly captured by lauded photographer, @dipsauce. The interior is chock-full of charming furnishings and decor accents that bring the outdoors in (think deer-printed pillows, wooden panels, and more).

2️⃣ An Idyllic Chalet That’s Ideal For Outdoor EnthusiastsThis tranquil A-frame home, which is located in Skykomish, Washington, boasts a private hot tub and is surrounded by lush acres of forest. Inside, expect rustic-chic furnishings, lots of natural wood, and a minimalist-inspired aesthetic that’s sure to delight. Bonus: It’s within easy walking distance to some of the area’s best hiking trails. Don’t forget to bring your camera. (You won’t regret it, we promise.)

3️⃣ A Beautiful Beachfront Hideaway: This gorgeous Oregon A-Frame rental — which boasts awe-inspiring views thanks to the floor-to-ceiling windows — is just steps from the beach. Inside, there is beach-inspired artwork, comfy couches, and plenty of space to lounge out.  When you’re not soaking up the sun, cozy up around the fire pit, curl up with a book on the couch, or catch up on some zzz’s. And, for under $150 per night, it’s a total steal. 

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