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Make Washington your next getaway—choose from 757 great Washington Vacation Rentals and Cabin Rentals

Mountains, Pacific, the Gorge: there's more to Washington than Seattle. With majestic forests and sparkling lakes, Washington offers great getaways off the beaten path. While summer is the busiest season for tourism, the Evergreen State's natural beauty means there are reasons to visit year-round. 

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Suncadia 1135 3D Tour
0 Bed | 1 Bath | Sleeps 4

Suncadia 1135 - Cle Elum, WA

From $76
Historic Camp Hungry 3D Tour
2 Bed | 1 Bath | Sleeps 4

Historic Camp Hungry - Seaview, WA

From $60
Suncadia 1133 3D Tour
1 Bed | 1 Bath | Sleeps 4

Suncadia 1133 - Cle Elum, WA

From $92
Chelan Resort Suites: #107 3D Tour
2 Bed | 2 Bath | Sleeps 6

Chelan Resort Suites: #107 - Chelan, WA

From $64
Anderson Island Getaway 3D Tour
4 Bed | 2 Bath | Sleeps 12 (6 Adults Max)

Anderson Island Getaway - Anderson Island, WA

From $114

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Recent Washington vacation rental reviews

Beautiful clean home in a peaceful location! Great if you want to feel like Bella in Twilight.
Hannah M. | Jan 2021
We wanted a little getaway that was close to home. This cabin was a gem. Fully stocked kitchen, oversized covered/uncovered deck, on the Yakima River and spacious for our family of 4 (2 adults/2 kids). I loved the bathroom (shower only) with large comfy towels. Washer and dryer. Close to Roslyn (cute mining town) and Suncadia. Close to Safeway (15 min drive). 3 minutes off of I-90. We will def be back during the summer. Internet did not work at all during our stay so we watched VHS and DVD's which they provided plenty of. Wi-Fi was not listed as an amenity so we didn't expect it. Cell service was available for me using T-Mobile.
Julian G. | Jan 2021
This is a perfect home for a large family - lots of bedrooms and a sleeping loft if you need more room. The view is spectacular, especially from the master bedroom. And the jetted tub was a real plus. The kitchen is well stocked with pots and pans and silverware for a crowd. There are a number of lounging spaces for folks to do their own thing. The TV has Roku which our adult children appreciated. The large covered deck offers magnificent views of the water and I imagine is really lovely in warmer weather. Unfortunately it was difficult/impossible to get to the water because the path was under water (January rains). The neighbors have a raised boardwalk but that is not usable by this house. If you can get to the water there is a strip of sand and you a walk a bit along the shore. We even thought we saw a whale. One downside - no heat on the first floor. The manager offered electric space heaters but it seemed odd to have such a lovely home with no heat to 2 bedrooms. The manager was attentive and answered questions right away. We would rent this place again.
Kokie A. | Jan 2021

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Find a beautiful vacation rental in Washington

The Evergreen State may have a reputation for rain, but your disposition will always be sunny when you spend time in a Washington vacation rental. The spirit of the Pacific Northwest thrives in every corner of the state, from the forests to the oceanfront cliffs to the Central Washington wineries. Blaze your own trail in Washington—book a vacation rental for your next visit and experience the magic for yourself. 

Best vacation spots on the Washington Coast

In the southwestern corner of Washington sits the Long Beach Peninsula, an aptly named vacation hub with miles of sandy shoreline, charming coastal towns, and some truly jaw-dropping scenery and state parks. Work your way up the coast, and you'll find many of the Pacific Northwest's best beaches, including Moclips, Westport, and Port Angeles. The mighty trees and stunning cliffs of the Washington Coast set the scene for a truly magnificent beach house getaway.

Explore Seattle, the Olympic Peninsula, and the San Juan Islands

Heading north, visitors can board a ferry for the unique experiences awaiting on the San Juan Islands. Enjoy the peace and solitude of a long bike ride around Lopez Island, or take in some world-class whale watching as you paddle around Puget Sound in a sea kayak. Vacasa offers vacation rental options in the Seattle area, too, including many throughout the secluded Olympic Peninsula, where you'll be tucked away in the woods yet within easy reach of the city.

Central Washington vacation spots in Chelan, Leavenworth, and the Gorge

Central Washington holds a very different kind of charm. Our Lake Chelan vacation rentals border the 50-mile-long body of water, setting the scene for boating, fishing, and wine tasting at the plentiful local wineries. A little to the west, Leavenworth boasts not just small-town charm, but one of the nation's most celebrated Oktoberfests. Be sure to book your Leavenworth cabin with plenty of time in advance if you're visiting in October—rentals tend to fill up quickly!

And along the southern border of the state, the majestic Columbia River Gorge awaits. Less crowded than the busy "waterfall alley" area across the river, many consider the Washington side of the Gorge to be even more beautiful. Soak up a postcard-perfect view of Mt. Hood from the small town of White Salmon, or book your own riverfront Columbia Gorge vacation home near lovely Stevenson.

Experience all of this for yourself from the comfort of a Washington vacation rental.

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