Remodeled orchard workers 10' x 12' cabin with new double bed (linens provided) and fantastic view north to the Mountains and Queens Throne, west to sunset and east to sunrise . Decor is "cabin style". Large 10' x 18' deck with table , chairs and shade umbrella. Outdoor kitchen with small refrigerator, microwave, electric water kettle, basic dishes and tools. Drink
Remodeled orchard workers 10' x 12' cabin with new double bed (linens provided) and fantastic view north to the Mountains and Queens Throne, west to sunset and east to sunrise . Decor is "cabin style". Large 10' x 18' deck with table , chairs and shade umbrella. Outdoor kitchen with small refrigerator, microwave, electric water kettle, basic dishes and tools. Drinking water dispenser as well as non potable cold running water in sink. Adirondack chairs around electric candle fire pit for stunning mountain and stargazing views. ( sorry NO fires or open flames allowed)There is brand new private out-house porta-potty next to cabin.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out Weeknight discount: 5% off
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Mountain View Glamping Cabin in Washington.
Mesa or canyon
There are many trails available in surrounding mountains and canyons. There are also rock climbing areas.
We are surrounded by rolling hills of apple and cherry orchards.
There is a parking area next to the cabin.
The vibe at Mountain View Glamping Cabin
Places to see near Doug R.’s Land
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
First of all, host Doug is basically the nicest human possible, and the little town of Tieton is startlingly interesting. More on that later.
The cabin is set in some of the most stunning geology in Washington State. I recommend reading about how this area was formed, especially about the Great Missoula Flood, because it will make the views in every direction even more impressive.
Doug's little cabin is so adorable. Even though it is definitely a tiny house, he has made superb use of the space, with attention to details making sure you have exactly what you need. The decor is soothing and elegant. The queen bed is quite firm with abundant comfortable pillows. He's thought of everything, from a tiny side table, to a tiny cabinet with washcloths and towels for your cold water sink cleanup, to aspirational shampoo and conditioner in case you brought your sun-shower (we didn't and it didn't matter a bit), tissues, notepad, hand sanitizer, and funny books on the shelf. The outdoor space more than doubles the interior space, providing immaculate mini fridge, toaster, kettle, and microwave, paper plates and bowls and napkins, a truly sharp knife (!), basic tea, coffee, salt and pepper and creamer, and really tasty bottled water. You might have to unplug the microwave to use the kettle -- but who cares! The porta potty behind the cabin under a pine tree was immaculate.
I would not necessarily recommend it for a family with small children. You could make it work, but it is geared towards a more mature crowd.
We spent much time relaxing in the deck chairs under the deck table umbrella, or in the adirondack chairs with a stunning view of the nearby hills.
We chose this tiny house, which comfortably fits two people, for our family of four because it promised dark sky country, and it delivered. Our teen children slept on an air mattress on the deck and loved it. It was a cozy fit, and if your family is good at camping together, this space will work great for you. We had an unobstructed view of the Perseids meteor shower, the Milky Way, a red moonrise, and the constellations. Highly recommended for star gazers.
The nearby town is just unexpected. WATCH YOUR SPEED, we were pulled over going 40 in an surprise 25 zone, and Officer Friendly let us off with a warning because we were dorky tourists... but he might not be so friendly with you.
We visited in COVID times, and 99.7% of people were wearing masks all the time, but unfortunately all the galleries and the really cool restaurants were shut. Happily, the wonderful Don Mateo's Salvadorean is open for outstanding pupusas, the Panaderia serves up some fresh out of the oven traditional pastries, and the mini mart has necessities. There's a truly astonishing artisan print shop in town that makes world class hand-printed books, and we got there in time for an international juried art exhibit, which is the last thing I was expecting in a town of about 400 in the middle of apple fields.
Hiking nearby is gorgeous, but hot and dusty. Two members of our party had a great mountain biking trek to Rockytop nearby.
The only downside: as soon as the sun went down, it got nonstop windy, and the temperature plummeted. Doug had warned me at the last minute so even though it was August, we all grabbed puffies, and we had to wear sweatpants and puffies inside sleeping bags to sit out and watch the Perseids, but it was totally worth it. It's not windy all the time, but ask Doug what the weather is like. The weather forecast didn't do it justice.
Doug is an exemplary host, who bent over backwards to make sure we were happy and had what we needed. One night we were out hiking late and picked up a pizza, and he texted to make sure we were ok -- because the town rolls up the sidewalks at 6:30 because of Covid, and he wanted to just check on us! I felt so bad we couldn't give him a big hug, but hopefully this marathon review will serve in its stead.
Cozy canyon cabin
The cabin was wonderfully cozy. We had everything we needed to feel comfortable and the stars were amazing at night. Doug was very communicative and gave great tips on things to do and see in the area. Thank you, Doug!
-Prabjot and Sabrina
The cabin was exactly what I was looking for on a short getaway. It had all the basic necessities for “glamping”. The bed was comfy and the kitchen was just enough for quick snacks. The sunsets were beautiful. Doug was very welcoming and checked in to make sure the stay was comfortable add added touches to the place. I definitely recommend.
A sweet little nook
Doug’s little cabin was cozy and comfy. Really enjoyed just hanging around, reading on the porch, staring at the mountains, and star-gazing at night. Would recommend to anyone looking for a casual little “glamping” experience.