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Rolling Huts
Written by Jaime Gross

Rolling Huts, Methow Valley, WA

Edged by a river, with views of the Cascades, are six glass-and-steel cottages that let you commune with nature, in comfort. Parked in the Methow Valley, each of the Rolling Huts is just 210 square feet, but picture windows and sunny decks make the mod space feel spacious. Sorry, you can’t really roll around; the wheels were a nifty design solution, allowing the huts to be built on land zoned for RVs. The modular living room furniture hides a secret: Separately, they’re a bench, table, and stools; pushed together, they form an extra bed. From $80; two-night minimum; rollinghuts.com or 509/996-4442

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