This holiday property in Leavenworth, Washington, located in the Cascade Mountains and only steps from the Wenatchee River has so many wonderful features. With two bedrooms, a sleeping loft, 1.5 bathrooms, and even a movie theater, this Leavenworth cabin is the ideal retreat for outdoor adventurers. You may go hiking through Lake Wenatchee State Park or hit the slopes at Stevens Pass Ski Resort or Leavenworth Ski Hill when you’re not spending quality time at the vacation home. At home, relax in the hot tub or take in the scenery of the woods from the deck.
This Leavenworth cabin welcomes guests to enjoy at-home comforts and a location close to hiking trails and local activities. The tiny cottage features a movie room, river and beach access, and a tranquil vacation in Washington’s great outdoors. A queen-sized bed is in the first bedroom, a queen-sized bed is in the second bedroom, and a loft includes four twin-sized beds. A deck hot tub, patio table, and gas grill are available outside. A dining table, hardwood floors, and a pool table can be found within the cabin. The cabin’s kitchen is fully furnished with a stove/oven, dishwasher, coffee machine, and refrigerator. The cottage is appropriate for people of all ages and comes with free toiletries, WiFi, bedding, and towels. AWD and four wheels are advised in the cold. There is a narrow driveway that can fit two cars.
Lake Wenatchee State Park (8.2 miles), Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest (15.3), Waterfront Park (15.9), Enchantment Park (16.5 miles), Leavenworth Ski Hill (16.7 miles), Peshastin Pinnacles State Park (24.4 miles), Stevens Pass Ski Resort (31.0 miles), and Icicle Gorge Trailhead are just a few of the nearby outdoor attractions near the cabin in Leavenworth, Washington, in the United States (32.0 miles). Other attractions in the region include the Great Northern and the Cascade Railway, the Upper Valley Museum at Wenatchee River Institute (15,6 miles), Icicle Creek Center for the Arts (19,2 miles), Cashmere Museum and Pioneer Village (26,9 miles), and (47.0 miles). Seattle is 113 miles, Spokane is 207 miles, and downtown Leavenworth is 15.6 miles away.
A wonderful option to experience Bavaria without making the lengthy travel abroad is to go to Leavenworth, which is best known as the German town in Washington state. The town was once well-known for its thriving logging industry, but during the middle of the 20th century, when the railroad changed its course and left, the area experienced hard times and was on the verge of becoming a ghost town. But in the 1960s, when every single sign and facade was repainted in the Bavarian pattern and festivals like Oktoberfest and Christmas markets brought tourists, Leavenworth was entirely revamped as a tourist destination. This was made possible by some creative thinking and support from the entire town.
There are many different places to dine in Leavenworth, and no vacation is complete without trying some German cuisine. A soft, freshly baked pretzel can be found in a number of locations, including the Danish Bakery, München Haus, and Rhein Haus. The Leavenworth Cider House serves the most inventive concoctions, and its four-person-feeding enormous pretzels are made with a unique touch.
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