Picture the scene: reclining in a relaxing hammock suspended between two beautiful trees, underneath your treehouse, listening to the sound of rushing water from the river that is just a few feet away. This is exactly what awaits guests of the Washougal Riverside Treehouse. As well as this epitome of relaxation, the treehouse is situated at the mouth of the world-famous Columbian River Gorge, a stunning area of the USA where hiking can be enjoyed in some of the best scenery in the country.
The Washougal Riverside Treehouse has a lovely wooden staircase winding up to the main entrance. The deck area here leads into the main living area of the treehouse, a spacious bedroom with a large glass door. From here or the deck outside, guests can take in the amazing view of the river running past, and as evening approaches the setting sun can also be seen over the river. Furnishings throughout are tasteful and vintage, though they look as though they could have been made just for this home.
Additional facilities for guests are found in the owner’s main house as the Washougal Riverside Treehouse is predominantly a cozy bedroom. A fully equipped bathroom is in the main house, as well as a kitchen for guests’ use as they need. A microwave and mini-fridge are provided in the treehouse and there is also a TV, though guests may find themselves content enough to sit out on the porch and watch the world go by.
A little way down the river from the Washougal Riverside Property is a sandy swimming hole, perfect for a refreshing dip. Though it feels as though it is in the middle of nowhere, this property is only 15 minutes away from the airport and a 20-minute drive from Portland. Therefore, guests can enjoy the best of both worlds when staying here!
Rates for the Washougal Riverside Property start from €80 per night and it can be booked through AirBnB.
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