About this listing
Enjoy our turn of the century home overlooking the Strait of Juan De Fuca. For the guests a private upper level & bedrooms upstairs. An original claw foot tub, sitting room, Wi-Fi, walking distance to restaurants and shopping in town.
Experience this 1896, turn of the Century home in it's progress of restoration and repair. Guests have whole upstairs private overlooking the water front. On a clear day see Mt. Baker and Victoria. Watch the logging mill in process. And of course the visiting ships at shore and passing.
Stroll or Bike along the Olympic Discovery Trail along the shoreline. Watch for birds and sea otters. Concerts and Markets during the week, as well as, interesting shops and restaurants.
Downtown, within walking distance, there are many restaurants, antique stores and coffee shops. The waterfront hiking trail just minutes away. A wonderful natural foods store and deli a few minutes easy walk. Farmer's Market on Saturdays and mid week Wednesdays!
During the summer there is always a Concert at the Pier on Wednesday evenings.
Minutes from the Olympic National Park, kayaking, fishing, Ferry to Victoria, B.C.,
Walking distance to bus station, car rentals, Ferry to Victoria And local bus service. Close to Dungeness Bus Lines destined to Seattle Airport.
A two story, turn of the century home on the hillside overlooking the Strait of Juan De Fuca and harbor, this charming home is in the process of restoration. See the progressions.
Watch ships go by from your room upstairs, also the logging industry and shipping, walk to restaurants, shopping and the Ferry to Victoria.
The upstairs has two bedrooms , there is one bathroom with original claw-foot bathtub to experience and relax in after a days travel. There is also a day room where you can read, study, play board games, and wireless internet.
Guests have private bath. Plus private entrance facing the shoreline.
Summer time access to court yard, lawn chairs and table for meals and relaxing in sun and view of water front. Walking distance to town Ferry, City Transit and Dungeness Bus Line.
Garage to store bicycles overnight.
Interaction with Guests
Guests are on their own as much as they desire. The whole upper is private. Come and go as you please. The private entrance faces the water view. A light breakfast served.
This neighborhood is on a very quiet end street, private with a view to delight the soul. Very peaceful, wonderful neighbors on both sides of the street.
Down Town is just a few minutes walk.The Coho Ferry to Victoria is a short walk and City bus transit is minutes away on foot.
Dungeness Transit Line to and from the Seattle airport, and train in Edmonds.
On city streets are bike lanes for bikers.
Two blocks away is Olympic bike trail on the water front from Port Angles to Sequim and beyond.
Other Things to Note
I have no pets for those who may be allergic.
There are many projects in process as this old house is being restored. The fun part is that it is nearly finished on the inside. There are before and after pics to show improvements.
Bedrooms are located up stairs to climb.
Smoking not allowed anywhere in house or on the property.
No pets please.
Experience a turn of the century claw foot tub in the upstairs bath with a hand held shower wand : ) keep water in tub... have a wonderful and lovely stay.
Thank you and hope to see you soon :-)
This is the view of the logging yard and ships in the harbor from the large picture window in the dining room.
Sharon your place was beautiful and your breakfast was absolutely delicious. Chad and I had a wonderful time and the map you gave us for Olympic national park was extremely helpful! We had the best time thank you so much!
Sharon was extremely welcoming and her house had amazing views of the water with a beautiful yard to sit and relax. She made us a great breakfast which was just what we needed for a long day on the trails. We would definitely stay here again when back in Port A!
Sharon is a very nice host and welcome us warmly, Sharon makes us feel at home with very clean rooms, heathly breakfast, and super good view if you sit and look at the sea from her nice backyard, Sharon is also very kind and gives us many good advice for our staying there, we like the staying with Sharon and do expect someday we come back again, thanks very much Sharon!!!
We had a wonderful stay here in Port Angeles. This was our first time at an airbnb and we left wondering why anyone would ever go to a motel. The house was charming, beautifully decorated, and we had plenty of private space to relax in. We were a few blocks from downtown, restaurants, the health food coop, and and yet, were able to pick wild blackberries and see deer in the yard. The view of the port and bay was amazing and our breakfasts were delicious. Thanks Sharon for making us feel so welcome and comfortable. It was great to meet you.
Sharon is s hostess with the mostess. Very yummy breakfast of excellent oatmeal, fruits, coffee. Stick to your ribs starter for a day hiking!
Von Sharon's Haus hat man einen Blick aufs Meer aber auch auf den Hafen von Port Angeles. Es ist romantisch; zeigt aber auch das wirkliche Arbeitsleben. Das Haus ist in einem wunderbaren Stil eingerichtet. Es ist stilvoll und bringt die Persönlichkeit der Besitzerin zum Ausdruck. Jeder Tipp und jede Wegbeschreibung hat wunderbar geklappt und mein Sohn und ich haben uns dort gefühlt, als würden wir ein lange nicht gesehenes, liebes Familienmitglied besuchen.
About the Host, Sharon
I grew up in Anchorage Alaska. moved to Washington State in 1994. My interests include; Nutrition, hiking, biking, kayaking, strolling the waterfront in my town, restoring my turn of the century home, and creative healthy cooking and my new one is fishing. Also, enjoy visiting the Saturday Farmers Market at the Pier Landing located on the water front. And, of course I love doing BnB, meeting all the wonderful people.
Maybe, one day I would love to visit Ireland!
I love natural linen, wool and cotton, organic foods and products. Gardening, upkeep of flowers, shrubs and home maintenance; fun!
Keep loving, busy, and thankful, is my motto.