Cabins for fall is so cliché, how about a perfectly charming and eclectic historic little red house tucked away in Goldendale? Not exactly the first thing that pops to mind when thinking of a vacation, we know. But after you see the home built for the ‘Horse King of the Northwest’, you’ll want to book a stay.
There’s a lot going on here so let’s start with a little backstory. The home was built for Charles Newell and his wife Mary in 1890 and is listed on both the state and federal registers of historic places. The home is filled with art, antiques, colored glass windows, original ornamental trimmed much more. It’s the kind of place you’d expect to find friendly ghosts in the best way possible.
The house has 3 storeys and can fit 6 guests with 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. You’ll find unique details like a high Victorian front porch, a formal living and dining room, and a farmhouse kitchen. If you’ve ever wanted to have a Victorian-inspired dinner with your friends, this is pretty much the perfect place to rent out.
If you really want to get in character the home even has a binder full of details on the home’s past. When it comes to other forms of entertainment the home has a TV, board games, and wifi so you could always make it a WFH location as well. Whatever you choose to do, this home has plenty in store for you.
When it comes to what to do in Goldendale, you’ll be situated near Washington’s Southern border and the Columbia River Gorge. So you can explore the great outdoors or even dip down into Oregon if you’re feeling adventurous. If you’re ready to book, a stay will cost you $188 a night and you can learn more by clicking here.