Autumn definitely has us wanting to take a little trip, but since fall is one of the best times of year in the PNW we’re not looking to stray too far. Luckily Washington has tons of amazing Airbnbs to rent that are perfect for a cozy fall getaway. Here are 10 of the very best for you to check out yourself.

Idyllic Leavenworth Cabin by Lake Wenatchee

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Looking for a truly authentic cabin experience? Check out this rare lincoln log style cabin by Lake Wenatchee. It can fit 5 guests with 2 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms. You’ll quickly feel at home with the rustic decor and cozy mountain charm.

Where: Leavenworth, WA
Cost: $319 a night

Treehouse-Eagles Perch over the water

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This treehouse stay is located in Port Angeles and overlooks the Strait of Juan De Fuca for the ultimate PNW experience. Plus it has floor-to-ceiling windows so you watch the ships and sea life pass by all day. So if you’re planning on heading to the coast this seems like a pretty idyllic spot.

Where: Port Angeles, Washington
Cost: $254 a night

Canyon Creek

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Washington’s cabin game? A1. The Canyon Creek cabins are no different as they’re the perfect mix of rustic charm with all the modern amenities you could need. We love the dark cabin feel and also the fact that this spot has a hot tub and a view down to the river below.

Where: Granite Falls, WA
Cost: $446 a night

Mt. Rainier Getaway

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Why look at the view of Mount Rainier when you can go straight to the real thing? This Airbnb is possibly one of the cutest cabins we’ve ever seen. It’s located in a private community just 6 minutes away from Mount Rainier National Park. That means you’re a short trip from some of the state’s best fishing, hiking, and adventures.

Where: Ashford, WA
Cost: $261 a night

Rustic Industrial Treetop Cabin

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If you’re looking for a getaway in a modern setting you really can’t go wrong with this rustic industrial treetop cabin. It has all the wood details you crave in a cabin but with all the elevated modern style you need. And it happens to have its very own private hot tub overlooking a forest. Doesn’t get much better than that.

Where: Glacier, WA
Cost: $344 a night

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Luxury cabin at Gorge Amphitheatre & Cave B Winery

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Going to the Gorge in the fall might not be your first thought but it’s a great time to go. You can see the always stunning Gorge and enjoy a bit quieter season than the summer months. Plus this Olson Kundig home that can fit up to 4 with sweeping views is hard not to love.

Where: Quincy, WA
Cost: $381 a night

June Beach Cottage

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What’s a better way to spend a fall day than by gazing out at Holmes Harbor? This sweet and cozy cottage on Whidbey Island is a great fall waterfront getaway. It’s on the smaller side sleeping just 2 so it’s a great place to stay with your SO or BFF.

Where: Freeland, WA
Cost: $200 a night

Sunrise Waterfront Retreat

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If island time is what you really need then you can also head over to Lopez Island for an unforgettable stay at this modern gem. The Sunrise Waterfront Retreat can accommodate 5 guests and has large windows with sweeping views and an amazing fireplace. Plus you can enjoy the outdoors on the massive patio if you feel like throwing on some layers.

Where: Lopez Island, WA
Cost: $404 a night

Canyon Creek Cabins: #2

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If you really want to bring the outdoors in then you have to check out this repurposed shipping container cabin. Each part of the building has its own function with the first structure holding a kitchen, bathroom, living room, and outdoor patio. It does fit just 2 guests but is another great spot to enjoy with your SO or BFF.

Where: Granite Falls, WA
Cost: $354 a night

Sunrise Cabin at Lake Leland

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This beautiful cabin getaway can sleep up to 5 and is a great woodsy romantic retreat at a lake. You can enjoy the home, a private dock, canoe, covered patio, and hot tub. It’s a great spot to enjoy the last little bits of outdoor activities in the PNW before it gets too rainy and chilly.

Where: Quilcene, WA
Cost: $124 a night

From waterfront to heavily forested, these Washington Airbnbs have you covered this fall. We recommend booking ASAP as dates can get snatched up fast. Enjoy and if you end up having a stay at one of these spots be sure to tag us in any photos that you take.