Whidbey Log Cabins Rentals

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About Whidbey Log Cabins
Gorgeous natural beauty, charming small towns, and fresh ocean air make Whidbey Island the perfect place to relax during your next Washington vacation. If you're really looking to put yourself at ease, you won't find many options more peaceful and quiet than the Whidbey Island Log Cabins. Located just near the town of Freeland, this incredible 17-acre property has a wide selection of on-site amenities, fun activities nearby, and a great location for exploring the surrounding area.

Life at the Whidbey Island Log Cabins

Formerly known as the Guest House Log Cabins, the Whidbey Island Log Cabins are a group of five quaint cabins that have served as a bed and breakfast for over twenty years. The log cabin vacation rentals vary in sizes, but all share a unique rustic charm you won't find anywhere else on the island. Whether you rent all five cabins together for a secluded wedding or family reunion, or you prefer an intimate getaway with your special someone, you'll be sure to love the peaceful, forested surroundings.

Seventeen acres of towering pines, green ferns, and fresh, open air await you - including a small lake with plenty of ducks to feed! Despite the sense of isolation from modern stresses, the property is equipped with a solid selection of must-have amenities, including TV, internet access, and even a hot tub in select units.

Activities Nearby Whidbey Island Log Cabins

Fortunately for potential guests, our log cabin vacation rentals on Whidbey Island make for an amazing off-season opportunity - they're even available in the summertime! This makes exploring the nature of Whidbey Island even more incredible, by providing good weather for activities like crabbing for delicious Dungeness crab, or camping at South Whidbey State Park. Just four miles away, the park also offers an old-growth forest for hiking and the soft sands of the beach, with views of Marrowstone Island on clear days. Just a little farther south is Holmes Harbor Golf Club, so go ahead and bring your clubs with you!

Surrounding Towns and Distant Destinations

The tiny town of Freeland makes for a great place to start your Whidbey Island adventure. With a rich history as a former socialist commune, the quaint town of 2,000 now offers a one-of-a-kind atmosphere for enjoying local fixtures like Gordon's on Blueberry Hill, as well as the driftwood of Freeland Park. More culture awaits at the town of Greenbank to the north, where guests can visit art galleries like Rob Schouten or Raven Rocks Studio.

Those in search of more local art should make the trek to the Windjammer Gallery in Coupeville, which also serves as a hub for some of the island's best cuisine. Fresh, local seafood stands side-by-side with Italian, Thai, and myriad other cuisines. Don't forget about Anacortes - the bustling port is nearly 50 miles north of the cabins, but the ferry landing lets you explore the stunning San Juan Islands and far-flung cities like Victoria, Canada!

Make your next vacation memorable by staying in one of these delightful log cabin vacation rentals on Whidbey Island!

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