Bunk Up in a Modern Hut
Glampers up for architecturally cool interpretations of huts can bunk up in Rolling Huts' self-dubbed "herd" of six in the Methow Valley, roughly a four- to five-hour drive from Seattle, Wash. Designed by Olson Sundberg Kundig Allen Architects, each hut charms like it was meant for a spread in glossy magazine or as a prototype for eco-living in the not-so-distant future. Fresh wood interiors, modular furniture and seemingly floating ceilings also amp up the modern factor.
Creature comforts include refrigerators, microwaves, fireplaces and Wi-Fi. As for the loos, each hut has its own portable toilet, but showers and additional restrooms are housed in the property's barn.