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Our Vacation Rentals in North Bend, Washington

What Guests Have Said About Our Vacation Rentals

A gem that should be taken advantage of. Plenty of personality in the house, some nice surprises that you don’t know about coming in but just make the perfect touches to make it feel like a relaxed living environment instead of just a place you’re laying your head down. Anything you may need or want is no more than 4 blocks away and some of the best nature trails you’re going to find. Highly recommended – Gabe

This place is a gem! Breathtaking view of the river off the balcony, luxurious bedding, walking distance to plenty of shops/restaurants, plus a private hot tub. There are board games, an Xbox, and a really great kitchen. This is the perfect stay for whatever your needs. The interior design is super cute and thoughtful. I booked last minute just trying to find a space to stave off long road trip fatigue, and wish I could’ve stayed longer. – Rachel

Popular Activities in North Bend, Washington

North Bend offers countless activities including hiking to a destination, hiking to a waterfall, hiking to a lake, going shopping, dining at a restaurant, and finding a cup of coffee. Click the photos below to learn more about the activities that you can do while on vacation in North Bend, Washington.

Why should I book a vacation rental in North Bend, Washington?

1. North Bend is the home of Mount Si, Rattlesnake Ridge, Snoqualmie Casino, North Bend Outlets, and Twin Peaks.

 

2. North Bend is easy to reach and convenient, situated in the beautiful Cascade Mountain along I-90. North Bend is 4 miles to Snoqualmie Falls, 22 miles to Snoqualmie Pass, 30 miles to Seattle, and 35 miles to SeaTac aiport.

 

3. There is so much to see, do, and enjoy in any season of the year. North Bend is easy to reach but hard to leave.

 

4. North Bend is the gateway to the Snoqualmie Pass, Snoqualmie Falls, and the Cascades. It’s a great place to stop on your way in or out of Seattle.

Latest Blog Posts

Mason Lake

Feature photo by @adventuresofaplusk on Instagram. Mason Lake is a popular 6.7 mile round trip hike near North Bend, Washington. The lake is reachable by the Ira Spring Memorial Trail…

Snow Lake

Feature photo by Oscar Jr Rojas @0scar_rojas28 on Instagram.  Snow Lake is a popular 6.4 mile round trip hike near the Snoqualmie Pass. The hike has a google rating of…

Franklin Falls – opened May 22nd

Feature Instagram photo Franklin Falls by @laureninthepnw Franklin Falls is located about eighteen miles east of North Bend on the south fork of the Snoqualmie River and has recently reopened…

Kendall Peak

Feature Instagram Photo: Kendall Peak Lakes Snowshoe Trail.  Photo by @rachydavy. Kendall Peak is located just twenty-four miles east of North Bend near Snoqualmie Pass and features gorgeous Cascade views.  …

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