Stay midweek at any of our 7 Mt. Rainier cabins in December, or at select cabins in January or February, and customize your discount:
Stay 1 night and receive $25 off
Stay 2 nights and receive $75 off
Stay 3 nights and receive $150 off
December: Valid for new midweek (Sunday - Thursday) reservations only through December 31st.
January & February: Valid for new midweek reservations at Cedar Cabin on the Creek, Coho Cabin, and Lazy Bears Creekside Cabin only through February 27th.
You’ve found the Mt. Rainier cabins
you’ve been daydreaming about!
Escape to Mount Rainier National Park and then enjoy the privacy and mountain ambiance of one of our seven luxury Mt. Rainier cabins. Our Mt. Rainier lodging provides the perfect base camp for exploring the crown jewel of the Pacific Northwest.
At each of our seven Mount Rainier cabins, we work hard to spoil you and exceed your expectations with thoughtful details and full amenities.
Good Place to Stay Near Mt. Rainier? We visit Mount Rainier every year. We've stayed in a lodge, hotels, inns, vacation cabins and even a funky Bed and Breakfast. But by far our favorite was Three Bears Lodge at Mt Rainier. It's a vacation cabin rental right outside the Mt Rainier National Park on the SW side near Ashford WA. It has a hot tub, lots of room - maybe too much it sleeps 8 or 10 people I think, but it's very well put together. As far as Mt. Rainier cabins go it's great.
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877-RU-BEARS or 206-241-8080 or Book Online
We have seven vacation cabin rentals perfect for couples, groups or families with kids seeking lodging near Mount Rainier National Park near Ashford Washington. Our vacation homes accommodate 2 - 22 guests and each cabin is located on separate and private lots within minutes of the Paradise entrance to Mount Rainier National Park near Ashford WA.
Our goal is to pamper you with thoughtful details for a relaxing stay.
- Fully equipped gourmet kitchens
- Cozy king and queen beds
- Luxurious linens,feather pillows and comforters
- Large screen TVs with 75+ title movie libraries
- XBox and board games for all ages
- Pool Tables at three cabins
- WIFI at all seven cabins
- Large private hot tubs
- Outdoor BBQ and fire pits
- Washer and dryer
- Free Belgian Waffles and Starbucks Coffee
- Children of all ages are welcome at six of our cabins
- We have 4 Dog Friendly Cabins!
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By the time you reach the road that the Dancing Bear Lodge, one of the several Three Bears properties, rests on, the anticipation is nearly maxed out. Now, most people would have already visited the website and previewed what was in store for them, but we had remained so far out of the loop in planning this surprise birthday for our friend that we had literally no idea what to expect. Honestly, for how affordable the place was (about 70 dollars per person for two nights) I really didn't think it would be all that impressive... Silly me.
We arrived at 3:15pm to find the owner sweeping the carport. I know that seems like a goofy detail to include, but it speaks volumes for the care they give to their properties. After thirty minutes of wandering the road on foot while they finished cleaning, we returned and let ourselves in. It was like walking into a dream. The living room was huge and cozy, the kitchen was enormous and fully stocked with everything you could ever need for food prep (you bring your own food and drinks), the dining room was in a separate room surrounded on three sides by huge windows and both sides opened to decks. There was a hot tub in the back, a fire pit, a wood burning stove. 6 beds in four bedrooms, four futons in family rooms, two bathrooms (one of which had a dual head shower). There was even a laundry room with two washers and two dryers. I guess I was expecting more of a party style shack or something... again based on affordability... but this place is clearly set up to handle family vacations just as often or more often than weekend retreats for us 'youngins'.
The lodge is located only a few miles from the entrance to Rainier National Park and serves as a fantastic launching point for hikes and whatnot. We never even left the property since we were only there for two days, but I hope we can organize a return trip to span a little more time in the future.