Fall is just around the corner and that means it’s time to prep for some local getaways. Whether you want to head to the forest, mountains, or islands, we have you covered. Here are 5 gorgeous Washington Airbnbs you can still book for early fall.

Cozy PNW/Scandinavian Gorge Cabin

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This Airbnb has a classic A-frame shape with massive overheight ceilings and plenty of living space. Accompanied with wood paneling, big windows, and a wood-burning fireplace this cabin is the PNW stay of your dreams. Plus it can sleep up to 8 with 4 bedrooms, 5 beds, and 2 bathrooms.

Where: White Salmon, Washington
Cost: $498 a night

Scandinavian-style luxury in the North Cascades

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This is the perfect getaway for couples or for BFFs as the home sleeps 2. Now the listing does mention that two more guests can fit on the large custom wrap-around couch should that be necessary. But coming here with a partner or friend and enjoying the space as a duo kinda sounds like the best way to do it.

Where: Marblemount, Washington
Cost: $340 a night

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Treehouse with Panoramic Views

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This treehouse is an intimate setting meant for two. If you’ve been looking for the perfect couples getaway surrounded by PNW forest this might just be it. Plus, you’re pretty close to the Olympics and Mt. Rainier and that means fall hiking!

Where: Olympia, WA
Cost: $179 a night

Historic One-Room Schoolhouse

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The home can fit 4 guests but has an open floor plan so, in the end, it might be better for a duo. Keep in mind that due to the home’s remote location, it also might not be the best place for WFH because of potentially spotty wifi. But it is a great place to get back in touch with nature due to its proximity to the Columbia River and Red Mountain Ski Resort.

Where: Kettle Falls, WA
Cost: $254 a night

1940’s Orcas Waterfront Cottage

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Stay in a piece of history at Bailey Point. This cottage is an original 1940s family cottage situated right at the water’s edge on an over 2-acre private point. You’ll be able to explore the point and take in panoramic views of Shaw Island, Bell Island, Pole Pass, and Crane Island. It can fit 4 guests with 1 bedroom, 3 beds, and 1 bath.

Where: Eastsound, Orcas Island
Cost: $364 a night

Enjoy and be sure to book quickly because the available dates won’t last for long!