Gnome Away From Home is a 4-bedroom, 2-bathroom vacation rental in Packwood, WA built in 2015 by Randle Woods.
This cabin features craftsman woodworking, a wood-fired stove, an outdoor fire pit, Wi-Fi, a smart TV, a foosball table, and games. The kitchen is stocked with appliances, cookware, and basics like salt, pepper, and coffee. The bedrooms have high-quality beds, blackout shades, and cozy blankets. The property sits on 5 acres with a creek and fire pit for guests to enjoy. It is located near White Pass Ski Resort, Mt. Rainier National Park, and the town of Packwood. Kid essentials are provided, including a high chair, Pack ‘n Play, dishes, and toys. A mud room with a washer and dryer is available for guest use.
The kitchen has a Whirlpool fridge-freezer, double electric oven, dishwasher, Keurig, and a Wolf toaster oven. Stocked with a crockpot, Instapot, blender, hand mixer, kettle, and coffee maker. Basics like salt and pepper, olive oil, tea, sugar, coffee, and cocoa are also included.
Retire into cozy bedrooms. The main floor boasts one Queen and two twins in the loft. Downstairs has a second Queen and 2 bunk beds (a total of 4 double beds each with its light) topped with ample pillows and fleece blankets in the winter. Each room has blackout shades on the windows.
Each bathroom offers high-quality bath towels, shampoo, conditioner, soap, and body wash. The downstairs bathroom is divided into 3 rooms: the toilet with a sink and mirror, the bathtub/shower, and another sink and mirror allowing many people to get ready at once. The upstairs living room has gorgeous glass windows with views of a creek. Views of the Cowlitz river from the balcony.
Guests of the Gnome Away From Home have access to explore the 5-acre grounds with a creek and fire pit.
While the cabin is located in lower Timberline, it is on 5 acres of land making it incredibly peaceful. In the summer it is a 5-minute walk to the shared tennis courts and playground.
Less than 20 minutes from White Pass Ski area where you can downhill ski, snowboard, tube, or cross-country ski.
10 minutes from Stevens Canyon Entrance to Mount Rainier National Parks entrance
80 miles from Mount St. Helen’s National Monument.