Quiet Place in the Forest

Bed & Breakfast - Private room · 144th Avenue Kp, Gig Harbor, WA 98329, United States
Your host, Donna
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Situated on the Kitsap Peninsula of Gig Harbor, Washington, this is a comfortable one-story home surrounded by pines, oaks and cypress trees. We offer guests their own spacious bedroom with a comfortable king bed and access to their own full bath.

Guests are welcome to use the back deck or front patio to lounge, read, or just enjoy bird-watching as nuthatches, sparrows, goldfinches, robins and other small wildlife provide relaxing entertainment. We occasionally spot a bald eagle that appears to reside somewhere in the neighborhood.

Clean towels and linens are provided daily. Continental breakfast is also provided each morning with home-baked goods, fresh seasonal fruit, tea and fresh-ground brewed coffee. Free Wifi is available.

The quiet out here is amazing and the most often commented-upon feature from guests is how soundly they sleep.

We're conveniently located within 10 miles of the quaint towns of Gig Harbor and Port Orchard and we're only three miles from local markets and excellent small restaurants.

Come enjoy the Kitsap Peninsula while you're visiting Washington. It's a nice quiet place to relax.

Room type: Private room
Bed type: Real Bed
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check Out: 2:00 PM
Cancellation: Moderate
Pet Owner: Cat(s)

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Retired from The University of California, Santa Cruz
Retired and now enjoying being a grandmother, homemaker and Air BnB host, along with husband, Kevin. We enjoy meeting new people and entertaining family and friends. A favorite hobby is baking, so guests enjoy the fruits of our labors in the way of nut breads, cookies, Danish, muffins, and scones. Comes in handy for the "breakfast" part of our bed and breakfast ventures. Living here has helped us to appreciate nature, a serene approach to life and the innate goodness of people everywhere. In crisis, we take "one-day-at-a-time" -- sometimes, "five-minutes-at-a-time", depending on the situation. As with baking, breaking bigger components down into smaller measured portions seems to help move life forward easier.
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