There’s something about a pitched pine ceiling and patchwork quilts that make us wish winter would last a little longer. Luckily, you can book these gorgeous Mt. Baker cabins year-round.

Mount Baker is a popular destination for skiing, hiking, fishing, rock climbing, camping, and curling up on a couch with a good book. The Cascadian stratovolcano and its glaciated peak make a dramatic mark on the skyline, attracting all kinds of outdoor lovers. It’s an outdoor destination, for sure. But it’s also a place to escape the chaos of Seattle (just three hours away), or wherever you come from, to do nothing but bask in the luxury of the indoors. We can’t help but dream of cocktails by a crackling fire and a view of the starry sky from a hot tub.

6 Mt. Baker Cabins You Can Rent Right Now

These Mt. Baker cabins offer a range of amenities, from fire pits and wifi to hot tubs and big living spaces for entertaining family and friends. Each one of them is a little different, with design elements ranging from country to modern. Check them out and start dreaming about your Mount Baker vacation.

1. Mount Baker Rim Cabin #17

a two-story cabin on Mt. Baker in Washington State

The whole family can spread out or gather around the freestanding fireplace in this charming country cabin. The kids will love the twin-sized log beds.

Size: 1,500 square feet

Sleeps: 8

Price: $205/night

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2. Glacier Springs Cabin #16

the outside of a mt. baker cabin with adirondack chairs surrounded by trees

This pet-friendly “Gingerbread Cottage” really makes you feel like you’re sleeping amongst the trees. A corner deck is just the place for your morning cup for coffee as dew sparkles in the early sun.

Sleeps: 2-4

Price: $172

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3. Mt. Baker Rim Cabin #19

a two-story cabin with large windows and a picnic table outside

Last one to the hot tub is a rotten egg! It’s right outside on the deck so it might be a tight race. This cabin boasts a mid-century vibe with lots of cozy extras, including a grill, picnic area, and a four-person sauna. And of course, the hot tub.

Sleeps: 8-10

Price: $291/night

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4. Mt. Baker Rim Cabin #8

a lofted bedroom with a large TV and wooden walls in the mt. baker cabins

An open floor plan makes for easy entertaining at this Mt. Baker cabin. It’s everything you’d hope for in a log cabin in the woods, including retro ski lodge posters and a massive deck to enjoy your summertime meals outside.

Sleeps: 8

Price: $302/night

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5. Glacier Springs Cabin #12

a log cabin on mount baker in Washington state

This newly refurbished cabin features a covered porch and a lofted sitting area. It’s cute and cozy with plenty of room for a family of four.

Sleeps: 4

Price: $172

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6. Mt. Baker Rim Cabin #11

a large family cabin on mount baker with a river rock chimney

This two-story cedar cabin is surrounded by the lush, moss-covered landscape that draws people to the Mt. Baker region. And the hot tub makes it easy to soak it all in.

Sleeps: 6

Price: $226

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Sarah Smith

Sarah Smith

Sarah is The Dyrt's Co-founder. Growing up hiking, canoeing, and camping in the north woods of Minnesota, The Dyrt is a natural extension of her life experiences. She has traveled to over 40 countries and trekked in Nepal, biked the United Kingdom, and climbed Mt Fuji. An avid camper, Sarah now lives in Portland, Oregon with her husband Kevin (the other Co-founder of The Dyrt), and the original #DyrtDog, Brandy.