Updated: April 2021
This post has been updated to include a roundup of my favorite boutique properties and vacation rentals in the Pacific Northwest!
Whether you’re traveling around the Pacific Northwest via a road trip and seeing some of the top spots in the PNW, or you’re looking for a quick city break, these gorgeous Airbnbs are some of the best places to relax.
Prepare to fall in love with stunning aesthetics and cozy places to nestle up!
From Oregon to Washington, here are some of the coolest (and unique) Airbnbs in the Pacific Northwest!
Vashon Island, Washington
Come to Vashon for the beautiful beaches, eclectic shops, and incredible local food and wine. The Beach House features all the comforts of home and is newly updated. Enjoy the view outside while having a BBQ or lounging on the lawn chairs.
Fall City, Washington
If you’re looking for the ultimate cabin experience, this home has stunning vaulted wooden ceilings, and an expansive covered outdoor patio to hang out on. And is located right above a river.
Take a step back in time at this 1910 farmhouse cottage. Curl up next to the fire in a cozy armchair, wander around the lush gardens, or lounge in the sun with a good book.
Talk about style and comfort! This Seattle loft is an ideal home if you are looking to explore the city extensively. Situated in South Lake Union, this is a big tech area and has tons of buzzing bars, restaurants, and food trucks.
Note: This home is only available for stays of a month or more.
This classic yet newly renovated ’70s cabin near Mt. Baker, WA is fitted with modern amenities and sleeps up to 10 people.
For those who want a modern and serene setting, light pours into this gorgeous place through the large windows. Go for a walk through the forest to the waterfalls and experience the local waterfalls, and then relax in this tranquil space.
Wake up to views of the Pacific Ocean from this classic cottage in Moclips, WA. The freshly renovated space is a designer’s dream with its clawfoot tub, farmhouse kitchen, and furnished deck.
Rockaway Beach, Washington
Do you find A-frame houses as charming as I do?
Here, you can relax around the fire pit with a glass of wine. Or, if the rain sets in, you can cozy up with a book next to the floor-to-wall windows. But, best of all—the beach is just steps away!
If you’re looking for a tranquil getaway in Manzanita, OR with a large group — this place can accommodate up to 10 guests! I particularly like the cozy wood-burning stove and the neutral gray aesthetic.
How cute is this tiny house?
If you’re looking for a lovely coastal getaway and want to try tiny living — this waterfront lot in a rural wooded setting is just the place! Access the beach via a private trail, borrow the kayaks, or stargaze from the loft skylight.
If you want peace and quiet — that’s what you’ll find here! Go off the grid atop a 40-acre meadow on 160 acres of private land. Surrounded by the lush Umpqua National Forest in Douglas Country, this vintage-inspired lookout tower is fitted with tons of modern essentials.
This is a fantastic place to stay for day trips around Oregon (like Crater Lake, which is 2 hours away).
From the landscaped gardens to the farmhouse-inspired kitchen to the antique wooden furniture — this place oozes with charm!
This Oregon ranch house is the ultimate place for relaxation…and adrenaline! This five-bedroom house includes a giant bathtub, patio fire pit, and shuffleboard table, and you’ll have access to the resort’s swimming pool, hot tub, and golf course.
During the day, you can head out to hiking trails, go rock climbing or skiing, or imbibe a glass of wine while stargazing.
Talk about a modern and luxurious space!
This new Oregon oceanfront home in Cloverdale features floor-to-ceiling views of the Oregon coast. Perfect for large groups (it can house up to 15 people), this is the ideal place to unwind with long walks on the beach and evening bonfires.
Say hello to this cozy cabin! Whether you want to chill out and take a major pause or enjoy a lovely barbeque in the backyard, this is an ideal retreat.
Located just a stone’s throw away from the hip Galveston Avenue, this gorgeous home features historic accents and a cozy fireplace. It’s a true vintage gem!
Looking for a serene getaway? This lovely two-bedroom cottage is nestled beside a pond.
This newly renovated geodesic dome is an easy walk to Deschutes River Trail and a quick bike ride to the Old Mill area. Embrace the homey vibe of the cabin lifestyle!
This home on the Columbia River is so strikingly beautiful. With wood-paneled vaulted ceilings, a fireplace for cozy nights, and five acres of land — this place in Oregon is a dream.
This completely renovated historic 1947 cabin is a cozy classic style with modern amenities. Live the cabin life with all the gorgeous coastal views.
Can’t decide if you want a view or a hot tub? There’s no need to choose at this gorgeous Eugene, Oregon property! While it feels away from the hustle and bustle of the city, it’s actually only 20 minutes outside of Downtown Eugene.
Have you stayed at one of these gorgeous places in the Pacific Northwest? Let me know in the comments below!