This relaxing 2-bedroom cabin is the perfect place for a getaway

Charming, cozy and comfortable are just some of the words guests use to describe this two-bedroom cabin in Seaview, Washington. It is in a quiet neighborhood, making it an ideal place to go to for a weekend getaway. The cabin’s green and white color combination blends well with its surroundings. During colder months, a wood stove and electric space heaters warm up the cabin, which can accommodate up to four guests. Pets are also welcome to stay at the property.
The cabin is conveniently located as there are several restaurants and a grocery store nearby. For sightseeing, visitors can head to Long Beach, which is just a mile away. Nature lovers will enjoy the breathtaking views and walking trail at Cape Disappointment State Park, which is three miles away from the cabin.
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Enjoy the morning sun while relaxing on the mint and white painted deck. A small green table, as well as the matching pair of green wooden chairs, make for a cozy nook for consuming and drinks at your leisure. During summer, invite friends over to enjoy the open space, which is just right for a barbecue.
This wood-paneled living room features a flat-screen LCD television as well as a DVD player. The white ceilings and walls make the space feel more spacious. Guests are welcome to stay in the cabin because the futon can sleep two. Several patterned rugs decorate the bright red floor. A rotating fan on the ceiling provides a cool breeze, and an old-fashioned furnace provides enough warmth, depending on the season.
Sit down for your meals at the wooden table for four in the dining area near a tall glass window with open curtains. A patterned floral rug sets off the space from the rest of the room.
All the necessities for cooking a meal are in this kitchen: a four-burner stove, a microwave and a refrigerator. Coffee lovers have the option of either using the coffee grinder or the French press. The wide rectangular sink makes washing up easy.
A double bed is the main feature of this bedroom. A small side table with a lamp adorns both sides of the bed. The walls are white, which adds a feeling of serenity to the space.​
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A white pedestal sink sits in this minimalist bathroom. A black-trimmed beveled mirror above the sink gives a touch of elegance to the space. The stained glass window adds a pop of color to this mostly white bathroom.
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