When you think of a mountain cabin getaway, you may think of plain, primitive rustic cabins set in the woods, with a small wood-burning stove, chilly nights, and eating frank & beans from a can. It doesn’t have to be like that. Take a look at our luxury cabins for rent in Bend Oregon and you’ll soon be imagining a different kind of mountain cabin getaway, with bright interiors, lots of warm wood, and stone fireplaces.
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Luxury Amenities in Our Cabins for Rent in Bend Oregon
You’ll find that our luxury cabins for rent in Bend Oregon have plenty of bucolic charm along with the luxury amenities you want. The warm wood floors and paneling in these luxury cabins with their wide-open spaces will have those pictures and memories of tiny, one-room cabins fading quickly away. Interior gas fireplaces provide additional warmth on those chilly mountain nights, and tall ceilings and large expanses of glass expand the interior spaces and bring gorgeous Oregon outdoors inside.
Kitchens are fully equipped, with stainless steel appliances and extra counter seating for those overflow crowds. Many of our luxury cabins feature garages, full-size laundry rooms, and air conditioning to make things easier while you’re here. Other amenities to choose from are fenced-in yards (to keep your kids and pets safe), private pools, and hot tubs.
Large decks with comfy seating are the perfect spot for enjoying that first cup of coffee while you take in that lovely view and ponder the day’s activities. Soaking in your private hot tub is a perfect way to end the day and soothe those tired muscles. Stay out on your deck enjoying a colorful sunset, light the fire and you can do some serious star gazing – yes, the stars are really brighter out here. Or head inside and do your snuggling around the indoor fireplace or in front of the large flat screen. You’ll be able to stream all your favorite shows with free Wi-Fi, and many of our luxury cabins have free satellite or cable TV too.
Select one of our luxury cabins near Bend Oregon in a golf or skiing communities and you’ll enjoy the community’s amenities too. Plus, you’ll be minutes away from the ski lifts and mountain fun. And, many of our luxury cabins for rent in Bend Oregon are slightly more isolated, located right on the river or lake, for more privacy and charm. All the better to enjoy an early morning swim or kayak ride, just steps away from your deck.
Plenty of Activities
If there’s snow on the ground, head for Mt. Bachelor for all the skiing, snowshoeing, and snowboarding you can handle. Plus, there’s snow tubing, sleigh rides, and dog sled rides! In those sad, snowless months, you can hike or ride bikes down the trails, or head to the river! The Deschutes River is the place for white-knuckle white water rafting adventures, gentle tube rides, and great fishing.
Take a short drive to the Lava River Cave in the Newberry National Volcanic Monument to try your hand at cave tubing. While you’re there, make sure to visit Lava Butte (a very cool old cinder cone volcano) and the amazing, shiny Big Obsidian Flow. Newberry Caldera has twelve trails, fishing, and water sports in the caldera’s two lakes and even a few hot springs. You could spend a few days exploring this fascinating place and never see it all.
If you love to gaze up at the stars, a visit to The Pine Mountain Observatory or the Sunriver Nature Center and Observatory will be worth a trip. Sunriver has nature trails, daily activities, and a creature cave (with snakes, frogs and toads, and lizards). It’s also home to the nation’s largest publicly accessible observatory, where you can observe starry night skies, check out meteorite exhibits, and more.
Want to learn more about the history of Bend, the surrounding area, and its inhabitants? Make a visit to Deschutes Historical Museum, or the High Desert Museum. The High Desert Museum’s exhibits focus on the area’s early inhabitants of Native Americans, fur trappers, miners, and loggers. Their Bird of Prey Center has wild animal exhibits and raptor encounters while its Desertarium has desert wildlife like cute burrowing owls, giant spiders, mesmerizing rattlesnakes, and cool Gila monsters.
The Old Mill District and downtown Bend offer plenty of cultures, shopping, art galleries, and other activities to fill your days. Craft brew lovers will enjoy the Bend Ale Trail – the largest beer trail in the west. Whether you take a guided tour (and let someone else worry about the driving), or do your own thing, make sure these local breweries are on your trail – The Ale Apothecary, Silver Moon Brewery, Crux Fermentation Project, and the Deschutes Brewery.