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Our home is situated in the Pacific Northwest, on the outskirts of the small border town of Sumas, WA, halfway between Seattle (180 km) and Vancouver, BC (90 km).. Whether you fly in from Abbotsford, BC. airport (10 km), Bellingham, WA. airport (38 km), or even from Seattle, WA. airport (180 km), or Vancouver Int. BC. airport (90 km ), our home will give a quiet nights sleep. A rural country feeling yet within walking distance to all amenities. Our location is ideal for travelers who enjoy the ocean, the mountains, city life, or just relaxing. Being so close to the US/CDN border you can choose your time to cross, avoiding long line-ups that so often happen on holiday weekends. Use our home for a base for all your adventures to the wonderful Fraser Valley north of the border or to the playground of the Pacific Northwest. Our home is very quiet and warm, giving you time to relax and recharge for the next day.. Simply sit by the stone fireplace and enjoy the scenery from the oversized windows on the chilly days or enjoy the central a/c for those hot summer days. With raised ceilings and extra lighting the spacious living/kitchen area makes a fine social area for entertaining and family gatherings.
SLEEPS UP TO 4 ADULTS AND 3 CHILDREN.
Master Bedroom-King Bed w/ duvet, walk in closet w/ organizers, television with dvd player, nightstand, french doors, ceiling fan, full length mirror, ensuite with tub & shower. Play-pen in closet to set up for your wee-one.
2nd Bedroom- Queen bed w/duvet, antique dresser, night stand, large closet w/organizers.
3rd Bedroom-double & twin bunk bed w/duvets, large closet w/organizers....moreless
Rates are based on 4 guests; add $10 per night, per additional guest
* Approximate Monthly rates, actual rate will depend on the days of the month you stay
Additional information about rental rates
$175 per night (up to 4 occ. $10/person/night up to 7 max. Min 3 nights)
$1050 per week (7 nights, up to 4 occupancy, $10/person/night up to 7 max.)
$2950 per month (29 nights, up to 7 occupancy)
Check-in: 3pm PST, Check-out: 12am PST
Payment - Full payment due 30 days prior.
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
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Sumas (pop.1300) is a small town in Whatcom County, Washington. Sumas is located adjacent to the Canadian border and borders the city of Abbotsford, BC. We are 2 minutes from the CDN border to the north. To the south are the foothills of the Cascade Mountains leading to Mt. Baker. The Mount Baker and Nooksack River area (70 km) is unsurpassed in its scenic beauty and outdoor recreation opportunities. Mt. Baker and Mt. Shuksan (said to be the most photographed mountain in the world!) lie at the headwaters of the Nooksack River watershed in northwest Washington State. Bellingham (37 km) is acclaimed for its small-city flavor, easy access to outdoor opportunities in the San Juan Islands and North Cascades Mountains. Our annual Bellingham Ski to Sea popular event happens every year…Bellingham is the ferry gateway for the Pacific Northwest Islands such as; Whidbey Island, Camano Island, San Juan Island, Orcas Island, Lopez Island. Take in a whale watching adventure on the popular San Juan cruises and experience the beautiful Islands. La Conner ( 93 km) has earned the reputation of being 'The Best Tiny Town in Western Washington.' It also hosts the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival , one of the destination events for the Pacific Northwest, held every April. Experience Birch Bay, WA (43 km) a family friendly destination offering warm water and warm people. The bay with its half-moon shape and sandy beach is perfect for clamming, building sand sculptures, flying kites, wake boarding, windsurfing, jet skiing, enjoying great food, or just relaxing in the warm sun. Seattle WA (180km), has many interesting places to visit. The amazing Space Needle, see Seattle from 520 feet on the Observation Deck. The Boeing Flight center has exhibits covering the history & future of aviation plus tours of the commercial jet assembly plant. Seattle Zoo is noted for its naturalistic exhibits and worldwide conservation effort. See, touch & explore Puget Sound sea life at the Seattle Aquarium. Pike Place Market is a public market overlooking the waterfront. The market opened August 17, 1907, and is one of the oldest continuously operated public farmers' markets in the US. Sip at a latte at the very first original Starbucks which opened in 1971. Northwest Washington Fair (10 km) which features agricultural exhibits and events, concerts and other live entertainment and food booths. The 100 year old Fair brings more than 200,000 people annually to the area during fair week . Vancouver BC., has so much to offer: Granville Island (78 km) is both a locals’ favorite and a huge draw for visitors. It is centred around the Granville Island Public Market, a bevy of merchants selling seafood, fresh produce, cheese and breads. The island’s offerings are much more diverse than just one of North America’s best markets, with theatre, culture, restaurants and unique attractions drawing millions of people each year. Stanley Park (79 km) is a 1,001-acre public park that borders the downtown of Vancouver and is almost entirely surrounded by waters of the Pacific Ocean. Visit Greater Vancouver Zoo (23 km) the largest zoo in BC. It has over 800 animals on 120 acres of parkland.
Visit the unique seaside community of White Rock, BC. ( 50 km). With boutique shops, waterfront restaurants and vibrant crowds, White Rock is one of BC’s gems. The Village of Harrison Hot Springs (62 km) is located in the beautiful Fraser Valley with its glacier fed lake, surrounded by mountains and clean fresh air, it offers a unique place to visit and enjoy the many recreational activities available. Whistler/Blackcomb (195 km) a CDN resort town in the Pacific Coast Mountains is widely regarded as one of the top four-season resorts in North America. Fraser River Sturgeon Fishing in BC., (17 km), stands for BIG GAME FISHING at it`s best. Many guided fishing trips available. Fraser River Salmon Fishing is world renown for its large salmon/chinook/ runs. Bring your days catch home and grill on the bbq. Room to park your fishing boat in the driveway. Historic Fort Langley (35 km) is a former trading post of the Hudson's Bay Company, now located in the community of Fort Langley opposite McMillan Island. Explore this exciting 1800s fur trade post where you are the explorer. Like discovering a time capsule, step inside the buildings & feel what it was like to be there. Cultus Lake Waterpark (in the Chilliwack area) has night sliding, and features the Valley of Fear, Radical Rapids, Cannon Kingdom, and one slide with a 72 foot free fall. Cultus Lake Water Park (32 km) is a family oriented park with rides for all ages. Take a ferry ride (88 km) to beautiful, picturesque Vancouver Island. Victoria is a unique blend of old world charm and new world experiences. As an island destination, Victoria offers visitors an escape from the hurried world and beams with ambiance. The Butchart Gardens is one of the world's premier show gardens.
Year Purchased: 2007
About the owner: We, John & Sheila, are the owners of this charming little country home located in the small quiet town of Sumas, WA. We have been married 28 years and together have raised 4 wonderful children. We are Opa & Oma to two handsome little boys, Maverick & Walker. Our home has a warm atmosphere that reflects our enjoyment of family, faith & country. .ENJOY!
Why the Owner Chose Sumas: Having grown up in this wonderful little border town, we now visit and spend a lot of time here. It is a special little town where folks still know each other by first name and a simple wave & honk is done when you drive by.
The Unique Benefits at this House: A home with great atmosphere/energy that relaxes folks instantly when they walk through the door! You will never want to leave!