Misty Morrow 🌲 Sol Duc River 🎣 Lake Crescent


Tiny home hosted by Heather

  1. 3 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 2 beds
  4. 1 bath
Fast wifi
At 52 Mbps, you can take video calls and stream videos for your whole group.
Self check-in
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Welcome to Misty Morrow - a cozy riverfront cabin nestled on the Sol Duc River. Whether you’re planning to fish, hunt, boat, hike, ski, soak in the Sol Duc hot springs (seasonal), or snuggle under a blanket and watch elk spar and deer play, this little cabin is sure to cut the mustard. Enjoy the custom misty mountain wall mural, warm your hands by the fire, and recharge out in nature.

The space
Our little cabin was meticulously designed with visitors in mind. We are so excited to share this special place that will allow you to reconnect with nature. Sometimes when I sit on our deck by the fire pit, the stars feel close enough to touch.

Standing proud at a modest 350 square feet, Misty Morrow has 2 beds in 1 bedroom (1 queen and 1 twin). The bedroom is simple, but oh-so-comfy. The tiny kitchenette includes a microwave, mini fridge, hot plate for cooking, toaster, sink, dishes, silverware, and glasses, as well as French press and drip coffee options for early misty mornings before heading out onto the water.

The location can’t be beat. You’re at the heart of it all, in the Olympic Peninsula, miles and miles from the big city. The cabin itself is located on the Sol Duc River, and you’re less than 15 minutes to Sol Duc Hot Springs, Lake Crescent (the ONLY place in the world to catch Beardslee and Crescenti Cutthroat trout), Olympic National Park, and the quaint town of Forks (of Twilight fame). Hoh rainforest and LaPush beaches are a short drive away, and you don’t have to leave your backyard for a chance to see much of the wildlife the peninsula has to offer, including elk, deer, coyote, owls, hawks, bald eagles, and even an occasional bobcat.

A large cabin on the property is also available for rent @peregrinepines. If your group doesn’t rent it out as well, you may have neighbors during your stay. Please message me if you'd like to book the large cabin as well and can't find the listing.

We love furry friends and are happy to welcome up to two dogs for a pet fee of $50. If you are bringing more than two dogs, please message me to arrange additional payment ($25 each). Your pet fee must be paid in full 24 hours prior to your check in date or we reserve the right to cancel your stay with no refund. Please note - pets are not allowed in most National Parks in the area; please plan your visit accordingly.

Early check in and late check out must be considered on a case by case basis and are always almost approved when possible. You must obtain written approval from us approving either early check in or late check out.

Quiet hours are 10pm - 8am. If there is excessive noise or disturbances to our neighbors during these hours, we reserve the right to immediately terminate your stay with no refund.

Our cabin is riverfront, but there is no direct access to the river (steep bank). If you enter the river from our property, it is at your own risk.

We love and respect our fellow hunters and fishers, but absolutely no game or fish cleaning allowed inside the cabin. There is an outdoor covered fish cleaning sink on the property, but is primarily for guests staying at the larger cabin. If you would like to use this sink, please message me and I will confirm your request with guests staying at the larger cabin. Please do not clean other wild game in this sink. Thank you for your cooperation!

The cabin is heated with radiant heat and it is not safe for us to keep it heated between visits. If you're visiting during a cold season, the cabin will be cold upon your arrival; but don't worry, 350 square feet heat up very quickly!

The parking lot and everything next to the river (table and firepit) are shared with guests from the larger cabin.

Please be aware that the cabin is located directly on Highway 101. You will hear road noise during your stay. Usually the road noise dies down in the early evenings as it gets darker. Forks (15m to the west) is the logging capital of the world, which means big logging trucks drive through our stretch of highway. On weekday mornings, these loggers begin their routes around 2am. Although most guests don’t mind the road noise, we do provide noise machines and ear plugs in every bedroom for your convenience.

There is enough parking for two cars, please let us know if you plan to bring more as we can typically make this work.

Absolutely no smoking in the cabin will be permitted.

This rental is privately owned and the owners are not responsible for any accidents, injuries, or illnesses that occur while on the premise. By accepting this reservation, it is agreed that all guests are expressly assuming the risk of any harm arising from their use of the premises or others whom they invite to use the premise.

Where you'll sleep

What this place offers

River view
Fast wifi – 52 Mbps
Dedicated workspace
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
Private patio or balcony
Shared backyard – Not fully fenced
Security cameras on property

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Where you’ll be

Port Angeles, Washington, United States

Hosted by Heather

  1. Joined in January 2016
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Hello, I’m Heather! My husband and I are San Diego natives who currently live in Washington state with our two young children. He’s a pilot in the Navy and I’m a genetic counselor. We are avid fans of the outdoors, indie music, and the Green Bay Packers. We love traveling to new places, discovering accidental hiking trails, camping in our trailer, and making marshmallows by the fire. He’s pretty good at foosball and I’m pretty good at baking. We’ve been to more countries than we have states, and our favorite place is…. well, it’s a tie between Kyoto, Japan and Boothbay Harbor, Maine. We can’t wait to host you and yours!

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House rules

Check-in: After 4:00 PM
Checkout: 10:00 AM
Self check-in with smart lock
No smoking
No parties or events
Pets are allowed

Health & safety

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