Rolling Huts

18381 Hwy. 20, about 14 miles northwest of Winthrop on State Rte. 20, Mazama, Washington, 98862, United States

There's camping, and then there are the Rolling Huts. Designed as a modern alternative to camping by Seattle architect Tom Kundig, these six raised cabins in an alpine-river-valley meadow with mountain views accommodate up to four guests and have an industrial, boxcar-like appearance and unfussy interiors. Plywood walls, minimalist furniture, and high ceilings give the huts a raw yet light and airy feeling. Each features a wall of windows (for that view) and 240-square-foot deck, a small refrigerator, microwave, fireplace, and Wi-Fi. Firewood is provided, but guests need to bring their own sleeping bags. This is roughing it with style and sophistication. There's a $10 surcharge for holiday weekends.

PROS

  • gorgeous views
  • serene setting
  • interesting architecture

CONS

  • limited cell-phone service
  • portable toilets and water faucets outside each hut

Location

QUICK FACTS

Rental
Views
Quiet
Near the mountain
Design

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 509-996–4442

HOTEL DETAILS

6 huts
Rate Includes: No meals

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