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Peaceful, quiet, unspoiled forested 2 1/2 acres, on the water with over 350 feet of private no-bank Puget Sound beachfront. Drive over the bridge to this 2 bedroom, 1,000 square foot detached home on Harstine Island. One queen bed in bedroom and one king bed in loft. Sofa bed for children on main level. The guest house is located next to our home. We personally greet you and include Jann's homemade baked goods, comfy feather bedding, ironed top sheets and pillow cases. Everyone is welcome.
Relax on the front deck, gaze at the beautiful view of the water and uninhabited forested island beyond. Watch the world go by, feed the ducks, listen to the wind in the tall native evergreen forest and the sounds of nature. This is an unspoiled, natural setting for you to enjoy, a very quiet retreat atmosphere. There are no stoplights, street lights, or noise. Puget Sound beachfront with seating and a fire pit, foosball, kids toys and bikes with a paved safe bike riding area. The seasonal swimming pool is solar heated and warm when the sun shines. The county boat launch is 1 mile away and we have plenty of parking for your trailerable boat. You will have access to all of our wooded 2 1/2 acre site including trails, 350' of beach, paved driveways, and woods. Our art studio, Harstine Island Design, is a few steps away, and you are welcome to visit when we are open. Our home is next door, so we are available should you need assistance.
Harstine Island is the third largest island in the Puget Sound (Salish Sea) 10 miles long and 5 miles wide. There are two State Parks on the Island for hiking and beachcombing. The paved Island roads are listed as Mason County bike trails. This area is the gateway to the Olympic Peninsula including the Olympic National Park, Puget Sound, Hood Canal, rain forests and ocean beaches. Tip: for those wanting to visit Seattle, drive to Bremerton, leave your car, and take the foot ferry to downtown Seattle, no hassle! Seattle: 1hr 45min, Tacoma: 1hr, Olympia: 45min, Belfair; 25min, Allyn 20min, Bremerton: 45min, Seattle ferry at Southworth: 45min, Port Townsend: 2hrs. It makes a fun day trip to take the ferry at Southworth into Seattle or walk-on the ferry in Bremerton into downtown Seattle. Another great day trip is Port Townsend to see Fort Warden. We can help with planning. For children, we have a Pack-and Play and age appropriate toys for young ones. There is a day-bed on the main level so kids can sleep near the adults. Don't forget to stop for groceries on your way. Forgot something? Our small guest pantry may help.
Room type Entire home/apt
Property type House
Accommodates 4
Bedrooms 2


Peaceful Waterfront Island Home
$ 129
The only lights you'll see are stars. Fully furnished home on 20 wooded acres, minutes from crystal-clear Lake Crescent and its historic lodge. 2 BRs, 1.5 ba. Explore Olympic Nat'l Park, or enjoy the quiet with a fire and the view of Mt Storm King.
Every window you look out of—and there are lots of them—brings your eyes to rest on trees and mountain and sky and green. The light and time of day change the scene hourly. Inside is cozy but spacious. We’ve been working on this house for a while. We laid the pine floors ourselves, as well as the slate floor in the dining room. We hand-selected from a nearby beach the stones inlaid in the dining room floor. We haven’t finished the fireplace, but the antique mantle makes it feel that way. We faced the queen bed in the master bedroom toward the windows so that Mt Storm King appears across the valley as the first thing that greets you each morning. Sometimes, the moon or sun travels along the ridge to the south and lights up the trees on the top. We have binoculars for eagle sightings, meteor showers, and the journey of the moon. The deck off the bedrooms is a good place to sit, sip, and watch. We usually have plenty of firewood for fires either inside or out in the fire-pit. There are lots of games, music, and books. Even if it is grey outside, the magnificence of Olympic National Park—much of which is only minutes away—will draw you out. We provide a full list of things to do, both in the park and in the surrounding areas. The kitchen is large and easy to work in. It has a slow cooker, a food processor, and basic supplies—any equipment you’d need for a gourmet meal. The long, narrow, wooden dining room table seats eight quite comfortably. There's a queen bed in the master bedroom, and in the other bedroom there is a bunk with a full-sized bed on the bottom and a twin on top. We also have a couple of adult-sized sleeping pads for the floors, with sheets and/or sleeping bags and pillows available. You're not likely to see us--we live in Portland, Oregon, most of the time. But we're happy to talk on the phone or via e-mail if you're interested. It's possible you'll see James's mother Lynne, who's our caretaker and lives nearby.
You'll leave the world behind. Our place is 1/4 mile off a local road, behind a gate, through a tunnel of trees, and at the top of a clearing with a view of Mt Storm King. We have neighbors, but all the lots are forested, 5- and 20-acre sites, so you may never see them. The house is not far off Highway 101, and Shadow Mountain grocery is nearby. (They only carry the basics; you might want to do your main shopping in Port Angeles or Sequim. Port Angeles is about 15 minutes away.) Clallam Transit shuttles between Port Angeles and Forks about eight times a day (schedules at clallamtransit.com), and you can walk in about ten minutes from our house to the highway where the bus runs. Give them a wave and they'll stop! You can also google "olympic national park transit guide" for a convenient brochure that lists bus, ferry, and air travel information. We would be happy to provide you with travel times to the various high points--and secrets!--in and around Olympic National Park. Just ask! Contact us if the check-in and check-out times are a problem for you. We might be able to work something out. BRAND NEW--we now have a satellite internet connection and wifi in the house. You'll also find a DVD player, but there's no broadcast TV of any kind. (Please don't stream movies, however, since our data plan is limited.) Cell phone service depends on your carrier: Sprint and Verizon customers have few problems, but T-Mobile and AT&T users have no service in the house, though some of our guests have reported getting a signal outside the house. There is a land line in the house for emergencies and local calls. Please don't use it for long distance calling. We've built a swing set/slide for your kids! Actually, we did it for our kids, but they're not using it much anymore! Also, we have a chest full of toys appropriate for young children or toddlers, and we have float toys also for when you go to the lake. There are some board games available as well. Bring your passport if you want use the ferry out of Port Angeles to visit Victoria, B.C.
Room type Entire home/apt
Property type House
Accommodates 5
Bedrooms 2

Port Angeles

Secluded Olympic Nat'l Park Retreat
$ 115
这个空间迷人而舒适。一切都是全新的。 大号床配有新的白色床单,浴室配有新的白色毛巾。 厨房拥有燃气灶,微波炉,烤面包机,Keurig咖啡机和咖啡所需的一切。门廊是放松身心的好地方。 我们的小屋位于我们家的后面,占地2 1/2英亩。您将拥有自己的带有停车位的私人空间。 我们随时为您提供服务,并尊重您的隐私。 我们希望您在我们的小农场度过愉快的时光。
Room type Entire home/apt
Property type Tiny house
Accommodates 2
Bedrooms Studio


Private Studio Cottage
$ 93
This 2 bedroom cottage on Lake Crescent looks onto a sparkling, crystal clear lake on the north side of Olympic National Park. It offers swimming, hiking, and unlimited outdoor adventures. Guests enjoy a spectacular view of the lake, mountains, and forests. The 2020 Cottage Season runs from May 15th to September 15th. Reservations for 2020 are available as of this November 1st. The cottage and property are limited to 4 persons at any time. Children ages 6 & older are welcome.
Cottage on Lake Crescent, completed in the spring of 2005, is available to those who love a spectacular setting for an adventuresome or restful vacation. It is located in the Olympic National Park. Lake Crescent, a 620' deep shimmering jewel, was carved by a huge glacier thousands of years ago. It is at the northern border of Olympic National Park, 20 miles west of Port Angeles, Washington just off on Highway 101. The pristine, crystal-clear blue lake quietly hugs steep mountain ridges, clad with ancient forests of western hemlock, Douglas fir, grand fir, and at the lower levels: moss-draped big leaf maples and alder. The cottage, located on Barnes Cove at the base of Mt. Storm King, faces spectacular views of the lake and mountain ridges. Within an easy walk are Lake Crescent Lodge, Storm King Ranger Station, a public boat launch, and scenic nature trails. The cottage (approximately 750 sq. ft.) provides a gracious setting for indoor-outdoor vacationing: swimming, canoeing, kayaking, scuba diving, sunning at the doorstep, a bonfire by the beach or an evening indoors by the wood stove. Walk the trails, relax and take in the view of the lake, or kayak right from our beach. Guests will enjoy the fully furnished cottage with a complete kitchen, linens, bedding, paper products, wood for the fire, two small & cozy bedrooms each with a double bed, a queen sleeper sofa in the living room, laundry facilities, an outdoor dinning area & plenty of outdoor seating, evenings by the bonfire on our beach... Barnes Cove is home to about 15 vacation homes & friendly neighbors. The Cove is quiet & peaceful - occasional excited children & water skiing. We are based in Portland, 5 hours away. Please feel free to call with any questions.
The cottage is within the Olympic National Park, just a short walk to Lake Crescent Lodge, which has a spacious enclosed deck, restaurant, boat rentals and gift shop. National Park Rangers also give fireside talks and guided nature walks around the lush old growth forests of Barnes Point and to nearby Marymere Falls. Adventurous hikes include Storm King and Pyramid Mountain for fantastic views of the Lake and beyond. In addition to the beauty of the Lake, and just 30 minutes away, are hot springs at Sol Duc Resort & short hike to the beautiful Sol Duc Falls. You can explore the the Strait of Juan de Fuca with it's tide pools and estuaries. Surfing and kayaking are also popular there. Within 1 hour is the rugged Pacific coast. Visit the wild and photogenic shores of Rialto Beach, see eagles and other shorelife. Visit the Hoh River Rain Forest. To the east, visit the 5800' high Hurricane Ridge for spectacular views of the Olympic Range and views of the Straits all the way to Canada. Speaking of Canada, board a ferry in Port Angeles and get away to the charming sea town of Victoria, B.C.. Catch and release fishing for the famous, native, Beardsley Trout. Interested in salmon fishing? Charter a boat in nearby Sekiu and fish on the (calmer) Strait of Juan de Fuca for salmon or other species. Visit the Olympic Discovery Trail for hiking and biking. Limited bus service. There is a 3 night minimum stay. Maximum number of guests at any time - inside or out: FOUR. Please indicate the number of guests for your entire visit. Children, ages 6 and older, are welcome. Guests must be 25 years and older to rent. Check-in: 2PM, Check-out: Noon. No pets, vaping, smoking, entertaining, parties, events or camping inside or out! The 2020 Cottage Rental Season (May 15 to September 15): $210. per night: based on Double Occupancy. Additional persons: $15. per night. Refundable security deposit: $300. Housekeeping fee: $100. Airbnb charges the 10.5% Local Tax. Guests will be sent a Cottage Packet with maps & information about the Cottage & the area, including a Cottage Agreement to be signed & returned in order to complete the reservation. Cell phones usually have good reception. DVD player on site. No Internet or TV service. Wireless Internet is available within walking distance at Lake Crescent Lodge.
Room type Entire home/apt
Property type Cabin
Accommodates 4
Bedrooms 2

Port Angeles

Cottage on Lake Crescent, Olympic National Park
$ 210
Hands down the best view in the area. 15 min to downtown Port Angeles and 25 min to Olympic National Park & Hurricane Ridge. Enjoy the 360 degree views of: downtown Port Angeles, Strait of Juan de Fuca, Sequim Bay, Dungeness, Vancouver Island, & Mount Baker!With 7 acres of private area this is an intimate experience with the convenience of being in town. Best for 2 people, room on floor for sleeping pad. Drinking water+ porta potty provided. WE HAVE SOLAR POWER +PROPANE HEAT, NO RUNNING WATER
The quiet of the woods 10 minutes from downtown means a relaxing visit and unique experience. Enjoy local berries and wildlife viewing. Use the binoculars to check out the ships in the harbor or various birds in the area. A comfy full size bed with down comforters and wool Pendleton blankets and solar lights. Propane stove heat provided inside and an outdoor propane deck heater provided. Guests have access to the berries within the 7 acres: blackberries, raspberries, elderberries, and huckleberries. Music speaker can be used via Bluetooth and charged via solar power. Wine glasses provided for your enjoyment as well. An almost instant jetboil coffee setup means hot local coffee (which we provide) is just 90 seconds away! And of course the view- it's all yours! If you need anything or have concerns you'll be able to reach Kimber, our property manager, via text or phone call. 360.477.0160
It is breathtaking, relaxing and one of our favorite places on earth. There is no close public transportation to the property. There is a local bus stop a couple miles away but it is a steep walk up to the gate. Please ask if you have questions regarding this. The tent runs on Solar Power and we use propane heat. There is a porta potty provided and fresh drinking water. Coffee is provided as well as the essential toiletries. Mini fridge and Bluetooth speaker for your convenience.
Room type Entire home/apt
Property type Tent
Accommodates 2
Bedrooms 1

Port Angeles

Best View Around: Luxury Camping
$ 165
你的空间就是你的空间。而且你的空间里充满了我们希望能让你逗留愉快的贴心演员。 对于从奥林匹克探索小道出发的自行车:进入我们酒店东侧的树门,然后沿着小径走向红门。 对于汽车:直接停放在第一座建筑物后面,您将看到通向您房间的红色大门。 卧室,浴室和带咖啡吧的入口都完全属于你。 我们希望让你尽可能舒适。如果您希望与我们进行很少或根本没有互动,我们完全可以获得。当我们在度假时,我们通常不会追求与人们的很多互动。但是,我们喜欢托管和帮助。我们希望尽可能地完善您的住宿。我们对半岛的每个角落都非常了解,并且很乐意与您分享我们所了解的内容,以便您也能享受它。
我们生活在一个安静的邻居和美妙的邻居。奥林匹克探索之旅让我们可以步行和骑自行车到达任何地方。我们距离山顶不到一个小时。我们离海滩五分钟路程。我们介于Sequim和安吉利斯港之间的五个薰衣草农场之间。 我们是一个正常的,忙碌的家庭。
Room type Entire home/apt
Property type Guesthouse
Accommodates 2
Bedrooms 1

Port Angeles

Olympic Discovery Trail Retreat
$ 79


With its incredible range of precipitation and elevation, diversity is the hallmark of Olympic National Park in the northwest corner of Washington state. Encompassing nearly a million acres, the park protects a vast wilderness, thousands of years of human history, and several distinctly different ecosystems, providing a diversity of flora and fauna for nature lovers to explore.

The park’s three distinct ecosystems—glacier-capped mountains, old-growth temperate rain forests, and over 70 miles of wild coastline—are home to a wide array of mammals and birds including sea otters, whales, beavers, bears, rhinoceros auklets, golden eagles, and more. Over 95% of the park is designated wilderness, protecting one of the largest wilderness areas in the lower 48, giving visitors the opportunity to experience remoteness and pristine nature in a way that few other places can.

The 73-mile long coastline has rocky headlands, sandy beaches, thriving tidepools, and erosion-formed offshore sea stacks, that provide habitats to marine and intertidal wildlife. The diverse forest communities making up the park provide homes to everything from wild cranberry bushes to hundred-plus year old giant spruce trees. The park is also home to endemic species like the Olympic marmot and the Olympic torrent salamander that can be found nowhere else in the world.

Originally established as a national monument in 1909, the area was re-designated Olympic National Park by President Franklin Roosevelt in 1938. In 1976, it became an International Biosphere Reserve, and in 1981 was designated a World Heritage Site. Find out more details to plan your visit through the National Park Service. Come explore!

Via the National Park Foundation.

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