Take a look at the Gummy Bear, a dog-friendly, solar-powered cabin on 5 acres located in Sequim, Washington. The vacation home can accommodate up to 6 guests with a queen-sized bed, one double bed, and a sofa bed.
The cabin has one bedroom, plus a loft, and one bathroom. This cabin has a firepit and a deck. Get off the grid and experience the Olympic Peninsula in this one-of-a-kind cabin in Sequim.
The cabin has natural logs and handcrafted details at every turn, it is a treehouse you always dreamed of coming to life. This solar-powered cabin sits on five acres of the Miller Peninsula, about 10 miles east of central Sequim.
It’s a location that gives you easy access to Port Townsend, Olympic National Park, Port Angeles, and scenic drives and state parks across the Olympic Peninsula.
The cabin setting is quiet and picturesque, with a large grassy lawn that’s lined by tall trees. There’s a deck that wraps around the cabin, offering a beautiful spot for your evening meals at the picnic table, as well as a firepit in the yard where you can tell stories and roast marshmallows afterward.
Inside, the cabin is rustic and inviting, full of small nooks where you can curl up with a favorite novel. The kitchen gives you a sense of standing beneath a tree’s canopy, with all the essential appliances lining the circular walls.
Relax in the dining nook, the window nook, the sunny tower room, or the living room, where you can play cards and charades at night while sitting by the wood stove (with logs provided).
You’ll want to note that there is no WiFi, 2 dogs are welcome in the home. There is parking for four vehicles in front of the home. There is an active security camera outside the house.
There is plenty of activities to do within proximity of the cabin including the Miller Peninsula State Park 4.4 miles, Sequim Bay State Park 5.5 miles, Railroad Bridge Park 12.9 miles, New Dungeness Lighthouse 15.7 miles, Port Townsend Aero Museum 20.2 miles, Fort Worden State Park 24.3 miles, Olympic National Park 31.7 miles, and the Hurricane Ridge Ski Area 44.1 miles.
Sequim, Washington is a stunning destination that is popular with outdoor enthusiasts, especially those who want to experience the breathtaking beauty of their expansive lavender fields. You’ll find a delicious meal from the many diverse culinary options that are available, enjoy pleasant evenings in the vibrant downtown area, or take home a one-of-a-kind souvenir from the several museums and exhibition spaces in the active arts community.
There’s no better place to take in the magnificence of the Olympic Peninsula than the sunny and delightful town of Sequim.
Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge in Sequim, Washington is located beside the Strait of Juan de Fuca, providing a wonderful attraction that the entire family will enjoy visiting.
The 772 acre refuge spans Graveyard Spit, Dungeness Spit, and portions of Dungeness Harbor and Bay. Within the amazing refuge, you’ll across a wide variety of wildlife animals including over 250 species of birds.