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‪Cedar Creek Treehouse‬

‪Ashford‬, واشنطن 98304
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I stayed here years ago - it was a very fun time. It was to celebrate an anniversary and my then husband and I had to try this out. We had a blast. It is a unique experience. I haven't been back for several years but I did enjoy my first visit.
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We spent the hour just touring the creative mind of Bill and his helpful son Cedar. They have skills to be reconned with. It was a pleasure and privilege to just visit the hard work that Bill has poured into the many renowned Treehouses. We were not able to book a reservation in time, but would strongly recommend, if Bill is available, to tour his handy work. It was awesome.
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I had the pleasure of spend three nights at Cedar Creek Treehouse. The views were amazing, 80 feet up in a cedar tree. I enjoyed stargazing through the skylights, I could even see the Milky Way while lying down in my bed. The tour of the Stairway to Heaven, Observatory, Floating Treehouse and the Rainbow Bridge the Sunbridge (both suspension bridges) was a real treat. If you want a fun, secluded, unique experience, Cedar Creek Tree House is for you! If you don't have time for an overnight stay, ask about the tour. Its a once in a lifetime experience!
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I gave this a rating of 5 but it's far from a 5 star hotel. I hope the rating will get you to read this as it is probably the most unusual place you will ever overnight. But you need to be prepared (see below). THE GOOD STUFF... The tree house you stay in is over 80 feet up a cedar tree and believe it or not, more spacious than most hotel rooms. There are literally three levels to this house including a sitting area at the top of the stair case that sits separate from the tree house itself (yup, you don't have to climb the tree). The house has a four burner stove, sink, spices, dishes, tables and almost everything you need to have a meal. Before you bring all your food, see the comments on "Words of advice" below. There is no running water or refrigerator but the owner provides 2 five gallon jugs of water that run from a spicket above the sink and a cooler with a block of ice. Also on the first level in a separate room is a single bed that can be used as a sitting room and, for want of a better description, a commode. There is a loft above the main level which comfortably sleeps four in two beds. The great part about this is that you open the windows (screened) and not only get a breeze but you have the soothing sound of the creek running below. There are plenty of blankets and even a heater for really cold weather. What a relaxing nights sleep. To add to the amenities, there is a charcoal grill, fire pit and sitting area right by the stream. There is lighting in all the levels (12 volt florescent) but no electric outlets so make sure what ever you want charged up is done ahead. And, the best part of the whole experience is the tour you get of the other tree houses (two). Simply amazing and Bill, the owner and creator, gives a truly heart felt tour as he is proud of what he has accomplished - and he truly should be. Get ready to walk on swinging bridges between houses 100 feet in the air and look out on Mt. Rainer. NOW - SOME WORDS OF ADVICE... This is definitely not for everyone. If you expect any luxuries, you won't find them here. No TV, phone, wireless internet and, most importantly, no tub or shower. Also, the toilet is a port a potty (like on a boat). There are towels, soap, etc. and you can heat water for the most immediate sanitary needs so, just plan on a change of clothes and deodorant to get you through your stay. My feeling is that, if the owner could figure out a way to put an outdoor shower on the ground level near the house, I would be inclined to stay for longer periods that one or two nights. Just not sure how feasible that would be. Also, you need to climb over 80 steps to get to the house so pack light. You won't have to carry your bags up as there is rope and pulley system to get your stuff up, but simplify and pack light. As far as food goes - again, keep it simple. If you want to eat there, consider just bringing something you would like to grill, and make the rest ready to consume (prepared items like potato salad, etc. will make your live much easier). Same thing with breakfast - pick up some fruit, granola bars, etc. The owner provides coffee, creamer, peanut butter, things like that. There are several good restaurants within 6 miles if you don't want the hassle of bringing food. The house is way off the main road so it will be quiet but, if you come back after dark, you will want to have a flash light but Bill has lights available if you forget yours. Also, this is definitely not a place for small children. Great get away for adults. AND A FINAL THOUGHT... Having done this for one night, I would definitely consider doing this again, maybe for a couple nights. It is that great an experience. So don't be discouraged by the cons...it's like camping but with a lot less hassle.
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My wife has expressed wanting to stay in a tree house for as long as I've known her, so for our 10th anniversary, I researched tree house lodging and decided on this one, building the whole trip around our stay here. We were not let down! The experience was absolutely unique. I have a fear of heights, but the construction is so solid that even while there is some sway due to winds and shifting weight as you walk around, I never felt on edge. Slept very peacefully at 50 feet and absolutely loved the view of the treetops through the windows in the roof. The owner took us into the observation tower at 100 feet, took pictures of us together, answered a million of my engineering related questions and was quite the genial host. It's not a luxury stay- you have to carry your gear and foot up 5 flights of stairs, and you won't see fancy faucets or light fixtures. It's tight quarters and no frills. But I would recommend to anyone who has a desire to be close to nature and has a sense of adventure.
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