Cozy Up with a Couples Getaway to Sisters

Chris Smith | 10.06.20

A romantic retreat for two is a special treat for any relationship. Couples can disconnect from the world, reconnect with each other, and reignite a spark that may have dulled a long time ago. Planning the perfect couples getaway may seem intimidating (what if you get something wrong?), but with a little thought and a dream location, it’s easier than you think to hit the mark. 


Sisters, Oregon provides the perfect setting for a cozy couples getaway. Great attractions and outdoor adventures make it easy to fill your days with fun experiences, while cozy rentals in miles of secluded wilderness offer privacy and solitude to fill your nights. If you’re looking for a prime destination for your next trip of love, here’s how to cozy up with a couples getaway to Sisters. 


Activities for a Couples Getaway

A couples getaway is all about you, so be sure to fill your itinerary with activities you’ll both enjoy. For the best experience, be flexible, get creative, and have fun!


To get you started, here are some great activities around Sisters for couples.


Take a drive. There’s nothing like a long and scenic drive to foster closeness and conversation. Follow McKenzie Highway (Highway 242) to the west end of town and through the Cascade Mountains for a winding journey through some of the best natural scenes in the area. 


Search for Solitude. Escape the world (and the city crowds) by hiking one of the area’s scenic nature trails. You’ll feel closer together as you explore the quiet wilderness, far away from the worries of kids, work, or finances. Plus, the countless breathtaking viewpoints and scenes around Sisters are perfect spots for a memorable proposal or romantic kiss. 


Seek a Spa Sesh. After a long day dedicated to de-stressing at the spa, your worries will disappear as quickly as those pesky muscle aches! Shibui Spa offers a full list of soothing spa services – massages, body wraps and scrubs, facials, and more. They even offer a special massage just for couples that puts you in a custom room designed for intimacy and relaxation!


Try Something New. Shared experiences bring people together, and they’re even better if they’re a first for you both. Take a thrilling whitewater rafting tour, test your climbing skills (and your nerve) at Smith Rock, or ski the slopes at Hoodoo for some powder-crushing action. You’ll step out of your comfort zones, face your fears together, and build priceless memories you can always look back on. 


Enjoy a meal with a view. A delicious candlelit dinner is only improved by breathtaking panoramic views. The Lodge Restaurant at Black Butte Ranch offers an exceptional fine dining experience complemented by spectacular views of the Cascade Mountains. After dinner, head to The Aspen Lounge on the third floor for a house-made cocktail and a 270-degree view of the Sisters wilderness. 


A Rental Made for Romance

When you’re not out exploring the area, you’ll want to have a rental that’s made for romance. After all, there may be days you don’t even leave your room! A cozy size, scenic and secluded setting, and romantic amenities are the perfect recipe to complement your romantic rendezvous. Here are some great couples options in the Sisters area.


Meadow View Cabin. When you aren’t gazing into each other’s eyes, you’ll have over 60 acres of pristine Oregon meadows to view right outside your back door. This cozy mountain cabin offers a beautiful wood interior, thoughtfully designed outdoor spaces, and a convenient location near downtown Sisters to create your best couples getaway yet. 


Metolius Cabin 6. A cozy cabin on a rushing river is a perfect place to unwind and reconnect. Inside this 1-bedroom oasis, wooden beams, rustic decor, and an impressive stone fireplace provide romantic ambiance on chilly fall or winter nights. Outdoors, your spacious viewing deck offers stunning riverfront views for inspired conversation and cuddles. 

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