About Happy Tails Cabin near Mount Rainier National Park:
Located less than a mile from the Nisqually Entrance to Mount Rainier National Park, Happy Tails operates a newly remodeled tiny-cabin. Private, pet, and family-friendly, this cabin is situated off the highway under a canopy of fir and cedar. The grounds are on 6.6 acres with parking, a fire-pit, and room to toss a frisbee. Remodeled in the summer of 2019, guests enjoy the heat from mini-split heat pumps which keep the temperature comfortably set via wireless remote. The kitchenette offers a range, microwave, fridge, freezer, pots, pans, toaster oven, and coffee grinder with a french press, and bbq. The cabin requires guests to navigate 4 steps for entry. The cabin is a single level inside and is not wheelchair accessible. The cabin offers one queen size bed and one studio-sized sofa.
For the safety of staff and guests, the following practices have been implemented since COVID-19. The cabin will be kept vacant 24 hours after each guest departs before the next guest arrives. Immediately after a guest checks out staff enters the cabin wearing a gown, gloves, and mask, open all the doors and windows and spray down all hard surfaces with bleach/water. The cabin is cleaned and disinfected a second time prior to a new guest occupying the cabin.
Ideally suited for:
Solo travel, small family vacations, and romantic getaways.
-Gas BBQ, Deck chairs and Private Garden
50% due at time of booking.
Remaining balance due 14 days before arrival.
50% of paid prepayments refundable when canceled 14 days before arrival or earlier.
0% refundable if canceled after.
Smoking not allowed
A pre-authorization of $150 is due 0 days before arrival and released 7 days after departure
– All cancelations result in a $25 charge.
– Please contact us for extended stays beyond 7 days.
– No refunds for early departures.
– No shows, cancelations within 48 hours of arrival, or Holiday cancelations shall be charged in full.
– Not responsible for inconveniences for which we have no control – including power outages, internet failure, and adverse weather conditions.