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Take in the gorgeous view as you enjoy a cup of coffee on the balcony!

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Bed type: Futon
Property type: Apartment
Accommodates: 2
Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Beds: 1
Check In: 2:00 PM
Check Out: 11:00 AM


Extra people: $26 / night after the first guest
Weekly Price: $405 /week
Cancellation: Moderate


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About the Host, Angela

Seattle, Washington, United States
Member since April 2012
Response rate: 100% (past 30 days)
Response time: within an hour

  • Angela
  • Burke-Gilman Trail

    Very popular paved trail, great for biking, running, and rollerblading.
    25th Avenue Northeast Seattle WA 98105
  • Din Tai Fung

    Selected as one of the top 10 restaurants in the world by the NYTimes, this world-renowned dumpling house enjoys an international reputation, especially for its small, delicate steamed dumplings.
    NE 46th St Seattle WA 98105
  • Seven Coffee

    Cozy cafe plus grocery within a 5-minute walk! One of those beautiful places that has drip coffee for $1.
    Northeast Ravenna Boulevard Seattle WA 98105
  • University Village

    The Apple Store, the Windows Store, J. Crew, Crate Barrel, Starbucks, Bartell Drugs, QFC, GAP, and the list goes on and on. For a full list, visit: (website hidden)
    NE University Village St Seattle WA 98105
  • QFC

    Closest 24-hour grocery store with a wide selection of reasonably priced groceries, including a vast array local and/or organic produce.
    NE 45th St # 2 Seattle WA 98105
  • Woori Market

    Korean grocer good for certain ethnic foods.
    University Way Northeast Seattle WA 98105
  • Ravenna Park

    Closest park, very quiet (a few steps in, and the city seems to have disappeared altogether), and an excellent location for bird-watching.
    Ravenna Avenue Northeast Seattle WA 98105
  • Thai Tom

    Possibly the best Thai food in all of Seattle, but be warned: its a busy, bustling (read: crowded) hole-in-the-wall.
    University Way Northeast Seattle WA 98105
  • Fat Ducks Deli & Bakery

    Be sure to talk with Jaclyn (the owner), whos as generous as her incredible sandwiches (try the Bagel Dawg) and as sweet as her delightful desserts (like the rugelach, made with hand-rolled dough!).
    University Way Northeast Seattle WA 98105
  • Chaco Canyon Organic Cafe

    Pros: clean vegan eats, including sandwiches, grain bowls, various raw entrees (breakfast, served all day and weekend brunch), soups, salads, mind-blowing smoothies, juices, and elixirs; cons: spendy!
    12th Avenue Northeast Seattle WA 98105
  • Thanh Vi

    Cant beat the price--$4 for an excellent Vietnamese sandwich thats both filling and flavorful.
    University Way Northeast Seattle WA 98105
  • Pho Viet nam

    A hole-in-the-wall kind of place, but its the best pho in Seattle (IMHO).
    University Way Northeast Seattle WA 98105
  • Trader Joe's

    Closest TJs--enough said.
    Roosevelt Way NE Seattle Washington 98105
  • University of Washington

    Take a tour of University of Washingtons beautiful campus, starting with Red Square.
    Seattle WA
  • Ravenna Third Place

    A hidden gem of a bookstore (selling new and used copies)--be sure to grab a bite at Vios Cafe (inside the store), or at least a drink at The Pub downstairs, whether alone or with friends.
    20th Avenue Northeast Seattle WA 98115
  • Portage Bay Cafe & Catering

    One of Seattles best brunch places (boat-themed!).
    Roosevelt Way Northeast Seattle WA 98105
  • Voula's Offshore Cafe

    Affordable, dependably relish American specials and unique Greek options live up to the hype of their 2007 Food Network appearance--basically, a great greasy spoon with the friendliest service.
    NE Northlake Way Seattle WA 98105
  • Yoroshiku 4649

    Offering whats often characterized as Japanese tapas, Yoroshiku puts modern twist on traditional izakaya while still making classic, damn good ramen (perhaps the best ramen in all of Seattle).
    North 45th Street Seattle WA 98103
  • Fainting Goat Gelato

    Located in adorable Wallingford, this family business serves handcrafted gelato--all made with high-quality ingredients (non-dairy options available). Great place to people-watch while eating gelato.
    North 45th Street Seattle WA 98103
  • Wallingford Center Farmers' Market

    Nearby farmers market open May 30-September 30 from 3:30 PM-7PM.
    North 45th Street Seattle WA 98103
  • Green Lake

    Gorgeous lake encircled by an excellent 3-mile path; recreation equipment rental available (bike, boat, kayak, canoe, and paddleboard to name a few).
    Seattle WA
  • Molly Moon's Homemade Ice Cream

    One of the best ice cream shops in town (with multiple locations, including one in University Village), boasting a dedication to local, family-owned Northwest farms. Try Mollys Favorite Sundae!
    North 45th Street Seattle WA 98103
  • University District Farmers Market

    Closest farmers market--Saturdays from 9 AM-2 PM year-round.
    North 45th Street Seattle WA 98103
  • US Post Office - Wallingford

    Theres a closer USPO. However, the Wallingford branch typically tops in terms of customer service.
    North 47th Street Seattle WA 98103
  • Gas Works Park

    Gas Works Park has a great play area with a large play barn, and big hill popular for flying kites. Special park features include a sundial and a breath-taking view of Seattle.
    North Northlake Way Seattle WA 98103
  • The Whale Wins

    This cheery, light-filled neighborhood restaurant brings the best out of its ingredient-focused work--whether ripe, seasonal vegetables, wood oven-fired meats and fish, pickled treats, or cocktails.
    Stone Way North Seattle WA 98103
  • Uneeda Burger

    Dangerously delicious burgers (e.g., truffle-salted mushroom burger), sides (try the poutine!), shakes--all with locally sourced ingredients. Plus beer and wine to round out this retro-chic spot!
    Fremont Avenue North Seattle WA 98103
  • Paseo

    Truly incredible sandwiches. Expect a wait, but the line tends to move quickly (and its worth it!).
    Fremont Avenue North Seattle WA 98103-7221
  • Fremont Troll

    Neat public sculpture in Fremont under the Aurora Bridge.
    North 34th Street Seattle WA 98103
  • Bruce Lee's Grave

    Bruce Lee attended the University of Washington, and he spent a considerable part of his life in Seattle. You can visit his final resting place as well as that of his son.
    15th Avenue East Seattle Washington 98102
  • Volunteer Park Cafe

    Living up to its motto (Always fresh goodness), this rustic-cute restaurant serves breakfast/brunch, lunch, and dinner (prices can get somewhat steep, but the quality tends to be very high).
    17th Avenue East Seattle WA 98112
  • Milstead & Co.

    Great coffee nestled in a neighborhood fun to wander around in.
    North 34th Street Seattle WA 98103
  • Cafe Turko

    Offers an extensive menu of authentic Turkish dishes (with many vegetarian/vegan/gluten-free/Halal-meat options); try the Rainbow Hummus plate and the baklava, while surrounded by Turkish hospitality.
    N 34th St Seattle WA 98103
  • Fremont Sunday Street Market

    Interesting crafts of all kinds--be sure to visit the bazaar by PCC as well.
    evanston Avenue North Seattle WA 98103-8600
  • Seattle Asian Art Museum

    Free on the first Thursday of the month.
    East Prospect Street Seattle WA 98112-3303
  • Revel

    Incredibly creative modern Asian fusion cuisine.
    N 36th St Seattle Washington 98103
  • Warren G. Magnuson Park

    At 350 acres, Seattles second largest park--a truly magnificent urban park, which includes pieces of Seattle’s military past and eco-friendly future.
    Seattle Washington
  • Theo Chocolate Inc

    Cheap, fun tour in a cute neighborhood. Expect an inordinate amount of free chocolate samples.
    Phinney Avenue North Seattle Washington 98103
  • Stumbling Goat Bistro

    A favorite neighborhood spot for Phinney Ridge locals, Stumbling Goat Bistro provides consistently excellent food and service.
    Greenwood Avenue North Seattle WA 98103
  • Cafe Flora

    Nestled in Madison Valley, this all-ages, all-day neighborhood joint serves meat-free cuisine (New American), with a local/organic/sustainable focus.
    East Madison Street Seattle WA 98112
  • El Camion

    The best fish tacos Ive ever had (in my humble opinion, of course).
    15th Avenue Northwest Seattle WA 98107
  • Brave Horse Tavern

    Another Tom Douglas establishment, but of the gastropub-variety with shuffleboard tables!
    Terry Avenue North Seattle WA 98109
  • Oddfellows Cafe+Bar

    A solid all-day, all-night neighborhood cafe, Oddfellows in Capitol Hill (across from Cal Anderson Park) emits a fun, hipster-chic vibe with its high ceilings and milk-bottles-as-water-pitchers.
    10th Ave Seattle WA 98122-3806
  • The Walrus and the Carpenter

    This rustic, tucked-away oyster bar lives up to its aim to blend the elegance of France with the casual comfort of a local fishing pub. Oyster-lovers rejoice!
    Ballard Avenue Northwest Seattle WA 98107
  • The Elliott Bay Book Company

    In the heart of Seattles Capitol Hill neighborhood business district, this beautiful bookstore boasts a large selection and fills its schedule with a myriad of author reading and events.
    10th Avenue Seattle WA 98122
  • Kerry Park

    One of the best free views of the Seattle skyline (read: photo op!).
    Seattle Washington
  • Sitka and Spruce

    Bask in the farm-to-table charm, located in the quaint Melrose Market, by enjoying Chef Matt Dillons simple yet spectacular creations that showcase Northwest ingredients. Will not disappoint!
    Melrose Avenue Seattle WA 98101
  • Experience Music Project

    Neat music and sound museum with lots of awesome interactive exhibits.
    5th Avenue North Seattle WA 98109
  • Cafe Presse

    Radiating rustic Euro charm, this intimate restaurant serves brunch-y menu items all day (kitchen stays open until 1 AM). Great stop for a coffee or a cocktail.
    12th Avenue Seattle WA 98122-4415
  • Skillet Diner - Ballard

    Generously portioned, American-inspired comfort food (a popular spot for brunch, so make reservations ahead of time!). Be sure to try Skillets signature Bacon Jam!
    NW 56th St Seattle WA 98107
  • Toulouse Petit Kitchen & Lounge

    Located in Queene Annes party district, this French/Creole restaurant offers fantastic, mid-priced New Orleans-style fare. Savor a great meal, or simply enjoy the soft ambience during happy hour.
    Queen Anne Avenue North Seattle WA 98119
  • Hot Cakes - Molten Chocolate Cakery

    Home of the take-and-bake chocolate cake in a mason jar. Indulge in a decadent molten cake (maybe with a boozy shake), or purchase a take-and-bake jar for later. Take a friend--these are rich!
    Ballard Avenue Northwest Seattle WA 98107
  • La Carta De Oaxaca

    Perhaps the best Mexican restaurant in Seattle--serving perhaps the best margaritas too. (Coincidence? I think not...)
    Ballard Ave NW Seattle WA 98107-4052
  • Cafe Besalu

    Nestled in Ballard, this small family bakery serves some of the best croissants (in all of America, some say). Warning: a pastry (or quiche) paired with a cup of coffee results in utter bliss.
    24th Ave NW Seattle WA 98107-3207
  • Lola

    Another smash hit (Greek) by restauranteur Tom Douglas, offering phenomenal food (try the kebabs--my personal favorite: Halloumi cheese and kalamata figs with a balsamic glaze) and a warm ambience.
    4th Avenue Seattle WA 98121
  • Serious Pie

    A must for anyone who loves pizza and beer (local brews aplenty!).
    Virginia Street Seattle WA 98101
  • Shiro's Sushi Restaurant

    Absolutely the best sushi in Seattle. Possibly in all of America. A bit on the spendy side, but the Chefs Choice options (only (email hidden)) worth every penny. (See Jiro Dreams of Sushi.)
    2nd Avenue Seattle WA 98121-1424
  • Macrina Bakery & Cafe

    Influenced by the model of the traditional old-world village bakery, Macrina serves rustic European breads and baked goods, using top-notch ingredients, as well as spectacular brunch on the weekends.
    1st Avenue Seattle WA 98121
  • Wild Ginger

    Wild Ginger offers Asian fusion dishes (reliably good and creative), infused with housemade sauces; and the attentive staff ably handles business lunches (delivering warm washcloths at meals end).
    3rd Avenue Seattle WA 98101
  • Pike Place Market

    The only must-see tourist attraction in Seattle, IMHO.
    Seattle WA
  • Pear Delicatessen & Shoppe

    Reasonably-priced sandwiches sure to impress (just an example: Downtown Duck with Five Flavor roasted duck, Asian Slaw with mango ginger vinaigrette, sirracha aioli, on toasted brioche).
    Pike Pl Seattle WA 98101
  • Piroshky Piroshky

    Freshly baked Russian hand-held pies with a variety of fillings (savory as well as sweet); a must-eat that also happens to be cheap!
    Pike Place Seattle WA 98101
  • Rachel's Ginger Beer

    RGB uses simple ingredients in their handcrafted ginger brews. The original recipe remains a steadfast favorite, but there are plenty of seasonal varietals to sample (such as the Strawberry Rhubarb).
    Post Alley Seattle WA 98101
  • Starbucks

    The original Starbucks, boasting its original sign and mermaid logo--you can listen to the busker(s) of the day while waiting in line (theres almost always a line).
    Pike St Seattle WA 98101
  • Pike Place Chowder

    Award-winning chowder, but be prepared to stand in line!
    Post Alley Seattle WA 98101
  • Beecher's Handmade Cheese

    No visit to Pike Place Market is complete without a stop at Beechers Handmade Cheese shop. Try the Worlds Best Macaroni and Cheese while watching the cheese-making process through the glass wall.
    Pike Place Seattle WA 98101
  • Three Girls Bakery

    Operating since 1912, this Seattle treasure serves an extensive selection of fresh-baked breads and sweets (such as their cookies that look and taste as if somebodys grandmother had made them).
    Pike Pl Seattle WA 98101
  • The Crumpet Shop

    Within spitting-distance of Pike Place Market, this cozy shop serves fresh, whimsically-named crumpets (both savory and sweet) and scones; pair with a cup of coffee or tea (try the in-house chai).
    1st Ave Seattle WA 98101
  • Benaroya Hall

    Home of the Seattle Symphony, Benaroya Hall offers free tours to the public on Tuesdays and Fridays at noon and 1 p.m.
    University Street Seattle WA 98101
  • Seattle Art Museum Downtown

    Free on the first Thursday of the month.
    1st Avenue Seattle WA 98101
  • Seattle Public Library

    An immense library (sprawling to over 362,987 square feet) as well as interesting architectural puzzle, this library ranks as one of my favorite places in all of Seattle.
    5th Avenue # 4900 Seattle WA 98104
  • Crab Pot Restaurant

    On the waterfront, the Crab Pot offers a very unique dining experience: a seafood medley is poured directly onto the table; then, donning bibs, diners use their hands and provided mallets to dive in.
    Alaskan Way Seattle WA 98101
  • Il Corvo

    This super popular lunch spot offers a menu of three pasta dishes (all handmade), changing daily. Open only for lunch, and only on weekdays. To avoid crowds, go right at 11 AM or after 1 PM.
    James Street Seattle WA 98104
  • Wing Luke Museum

    The Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience is located in Seattles Chinatown-International District. Free on the first Thursday of the month.
    South King Street Seattle WA 98104
  • Uwajimaya

    This big Asian food market sells produce at great prices (other items seem reasonably-priced as well). It also has an attached food court and a bookstore--both worth checking out.
    5th Ave S # 100 Seattle WA 98104-3898
  • Ray's

    Gorgeous view plus good food (classic Northwest fare).
    Seaview Avenue Northwest Seattle WA 98107
  • Facing East Restaurant

    Dont judge a book by its cover--even though this restaurant resides in a strip mall in Bellevue, it serves tasty, authentic Taiwanese fare at ridiculously reasonable prices.
    Bellevue Way Northeast Bellevue WA 98004
  • Grinders Hot Sandwiches

    Small local spot in Shoreline serving outstanding sandwiches--big taste. Worth the trip up north, and the sheer size of the sandwich also justifies the slightly higher-than-expected price.
    Aurora Ave N Shoreline WA 98133

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