BARN COTTAGE Country Studio with Everything

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Entire cottage hosted by Suzann

  1. 3 guests
  2. 1 bedroom
  3. 1 bed
  4. 1 bath
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You’ll have the cottage to yourself.
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This old Barn Cottage, formerly a stable master's quarters, is now newly renovated for your own private enjoyment. Everything you need for rest and restoration. Easy, convenient access to everything yet in a country setting with views of the Olympic Mountains. 6 miles to Sequim, 6 miles to Port Angeles, 8 miles to the entrance of Olympic National Park and all the amazing diversity the Olympic Peninsula offers. Enjoy the peace and quiet.

$45 fee for pets, be in touch for confirmation.

The space
This is a small open spaced studio with new, quality modern conveniences. Natural settings all around with an excellent bed, BBQ, fire pit, Roku TV, internet and views. Easy to access anywhere on the Olympic Peninsula, where you can have more diverse adventures than anywhere else in the U.S.

What this place offers

Kitchen
Wifi
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
TV with Roku
Private backyard – Not fully fenced
Hair dryer
Fire pit
Refrigerator
Dedicated workspace

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4.96 out of 5 stars from 45 reviews

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Where you’ll be

Port Angeles, Washington, United States

The Olympic National Park is within view, neighbors are around but barely seen. You can easily access either the stunning wilderness, or nearby towns, amenities and good restaurants.

Hosted by Suzann

  1. Joined in February 2013
  • 573 Reviews
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We found our stunning property after having a vision for over 30 years of a family compound where we could live and share a beautiful natural environment with our son and daughter. We traveled to many places; the Pacific Rim, New Zealand and Canada in search of a special place. When we found 25 acres with a lovely pond and a truly Northwest Log Cabin 14 years ago on the Olympic Peninsula, it felt really right. We lived in the Log Cabin while we renovated the property and structures. Our son designed his Compass Rose House and we all built it together. Friends helped us build our Pond Cottage. Our son and daughter got jobs in other parts of the world so we decided to help pay for our property by renting out our homes. The Olympic Peninsula provides us remarkable natural scenery of almost every sort. We climb mountains, thrill at pristine glaciers and lakes in Olympic National Park and find bear, goats, deer and a variety of birds. We love to find waterfalls that few people have found and explore the rain forest mysteries summer and winter. Our children surf the waves as we explore the beaches with unusual pinnacles and formations, and we collect driftwood and bask on the white sand. We take our family picnicing on the beautiful clear rivers where they can catch Steelhead or Salmon. We watch the whales as they migrate, we marvel at the living glaciers. Every season of the year there is something to be inspired by and enjoy. Our specialty in life has been to savor and appreciate nature and to help others have that passion too. And that is witnessed in our lovely property and the beautiful homes we have blended with the natural environment. For those who want privacy, we provide it. For those who want a serene and restorative Northwest experience, we provide that. Our homes are surrounded by meadows and a pond filled with fish, with majestic trees lining the edges and wildflowers. We have tried to make nature available and enjoyable out of every window and from every deck. Our hot tubs are outside so you can view the stars. You can see the Olympic Mountains in all their array from nearly every window. We want to touch people, to leave a lasting memory of enjoyment and rejuvenation, to have an infectious experience that compels them to want to pass on the importance of our natural resources to everyone.
We found our stunning property after having a vision for over 30 years of a family compound where we could live and share a beautiful natural environment with our son and daughter.…

During your stay

We are on our 25 acres, across the fields, and are available for anything you might need or want to ask. If you don't contact us, we leave you to your privacy, so rare these days. Otherwise, we are more than happy to help or give you information.
We are on our 25 acres, across the fields, and are available for anything you might need or want to ask. If you don't contact us, we leave you to your privacy, so rare these days.…

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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: After 3:00 PM
Checkout: 11:00 AM
No smoking
Pets are allowed

Health & safety

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Airbnb's social-distancing and other COVID-19-related guidelines apply
Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm
Security Deposit - if you damage the home, you may be charged up to $200

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