The Coho cabin structure in La Conner, Washington, United States, is ideal for a vacation escape where you can rest and take in the scenery. With two beds and one bathroom, the Coho cabin building can accommodate up to three people. You will have the entire cabin to yourself during your vacation stay. The Coho Cabin is a compact house/wood cabin positioned above Skagit Bay with unobstructed ocean views of Whidbey Island, as well as animals and the Olympic Mountains. The modest cabin structure was constructed in 2007, and it is a genuine cabin structure made of Alaskan Yellow Cedar. The rustic-yet-elegant style and feel, electric fireplace, radiant-heated stone floors, outdoor BBQ, quiet location, and snug loft bed are all available to you throughout your stay. The teeny-tiny cabin sits 10 minutes west of La Conner, among shops, hiking trails, and the ocean.
Children under the age of 12 are not permitted to stay at the cabin building for safety reasons, as the beach staircase is lengthy, steep, and slippery. Beach rocks can also become quite slick. The cabin is not child-proofed and has many breakable things. Pets, on the other hand, are welcome at the teeny-tiny cottage, but must never be left alone, especially within the structure. The Coho Cabin structure is a 250 square foot studio loft/tiny house design that is ideal for a couple’s getaway. The brilliant neon Coho salmon sign that hangs on the outer wall gave the cottage its name. It’s difficult to miss when you first arrive, and it serves as a nighttime beacon for those arriving late.
The Olympic Mountains and Whidbey Island, among other things, can be seen from this exquisite cabin construction, which overlooks picturesque Skagit Bay. This authentic log cabin structure features radiant-heated stone floors throughout, a magnificent stone and tile bathroom, an electric fireplace, and a large covered wrap-around patio with multiple outdoor lounging places. You can relax in the comfortable double hammock with views of Skagit Bay and the carved totem pole on the Coho Cabin building. The wood cabin is an excellent example of architectural architecture in the Pacific Northwest.
You can see bald eagles, raccoons, otters, porpoises, seals, chipmunks, squirrels, deer, rabbits, woodpeckers, blue herons, and a variety of other birds throughout your visit. The Native Madrone trees that can be seen on the land are definitely worth seeing. Beautiful sunsets over the lake, mountains, and islands can be seen in the evenings. The Coho Cabin building is close to several beautiful places, including La Conner, which is only 10 minutes away and stands on the saltwater Swinomish Channel. Several small stores and restaurants can be found in La Connor, all of which are within walking distance of one another. The famous Skagit Valley tulip fields are about 10 minutes away from the modest cabin construction. The official Skagit Valley Tulip Festival month is April, and there are a slew of events planned to commemorate the occasion. The San Juan Islands Ferry Terminal, Mt. Erie, Deception Pass, Whidbey Island, and the communities of Mt. Vernon, Anacortes, and Burlington are all within 30 minutes of the cabin structure.
Available for rent at AirBnb.