Have you ever wanted to relax in a tiny cabin? Well, one hospitality company specializes in just that. Getaway offers mindful escapes to tiny cabins across the US and they’ve opened a second location right here in the Pacific Northwest this October.
The newest Getaway location is located in Mount Vernon in the scenic Skagit Valley. The 36 socially distant cabins sit on 69 acres and are of varying sizes depending on your needs. Go solo or with friends because you have options, 27 cabins have a queen bed for 1-2 guests, and 9 cabins have a queen bunk bed for 3-4 guests.
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These cabins are the prime place to disconnect from work, WiFi, cell phones, and routines and they’re less than two hours from Seattle. Now just because they’re a place to disconnect doesn’t mean they’re rudimentary. Nope, cabins have contactless check-in and check-out, AC/heat, a comfortable bed, a large window, a curated selection of books & games, a toilet, and hot shower, a two-burner stovetop, mini-fridge, and an outdoor fire pit. Whew!
Best of all? You can book an upcoming stay at Getaway Skagit Valley for a great price right now. Thanks to Black Friday you can score these deals right now, $35 off your escape from 11/19-11/28, 25% off an escape from 11/29-12/05, 20% off for guests who book 2 or more nights from 11/30-12/05, and from 12/06-12/24, gift a Getaway of $100 or more and receive $25, or gift $300 or more, and receive $100.
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