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Recent Brinnon property reviews

  • Beautiful house on Hood Canal

    "Our family of 7, including 5 kids ages 18-25 stayed at this wonderful place on the Hood Canal. The house has a great layout, with awesome views of the canal and mountains beyond. The kitchen worked well for us and was well equipped. We especially liked the 2 large decks and spent most of our time outside on the decks or the beach below. Daily sitings of bald eagles, otters, seals and gulls were fun. Stargazing at night was also spectacular (The Milky Way!). The beds were adequate, although the one in the basement is pretty squeaky :-) Kayaking on the canal is a must, although it was a pretty chilly swim/snorkel for August. The area is very quiet as far as boaters and neighbors. The main road (route 101) behind the house provided the only "noise" during our stay - the large trucks and many motorcycles and RVs can be loud, but we got used to them after a couple days. Route 101 provides access to Olympic National Park and just about everything else in the area - including groceries and gas. The amount of driving to get anywhere surprised us a little and it took longer than we expected due to the curvy nature of the road. But, if you want a vacation where you can see some awesome natural sites, this part of the country is for you! We visited Hurricane Ridge, the Hoh Rainforest, Dungheness Bay, Port Angeles, Bainbridge Island and Salt Fork. All were completely different, and worth the drives. The owner gave us his cell phone number and welcomed questions about the house and offered suggestions on where to go and what to do. We felt very welcome and were sad to leave after 7 days!"
    Guest: jill m. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 6, 2014
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  • Room with a View

    "The house had everything we needed. Perfect size for the 3 couples that stayed. Beautiful view from the deck, great place to have your morning coffee or an evening glass of wine. We even saw Eagles fly by, hence the name. The kitchen had everything we needed to cook with. Great beach access. Could not of asked for more. We were so busy crabbing, getting oysters, muscles and steamers we didnt even get to use the fireplace on the deck but were able to enjoy our awesome bounty for dinner with a view to die for. It was so relazing and welcoming. I would highly reccomend this place. A very fair reasonable price. The owners were awesome to correspond with. I would not hesitate to stay again. A weekend just did not seem long enough. The loft upstairs was great. I so enjoyed waking up to the sun coming through the windows. So glad we found this Gem of a hideaway."
    Guest: Laura Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 16, 2014
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  • Hood Canal home

    "Unbeatable location! Wonderful deck right on the Hood Canal. Lots of space but a little dated. Comfortable bed. The second bedroom can accommodate maybe four people. Downside, only one bathroom. We were able to have our puppy with us, a definite plus!"
    Guest: Michael G. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 20, 2014
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  • It is Perfect!

    "We have our classmate reunion at the end of June here. Everything is perfect, better than our expectation. The waterfront view, hot tub, fire pit, and a lot of oysters. The house is very nice and quite. With the nearby state park trail your can walk around the beach and the forest. Hurricane Ridge is just within one and half hours. It is our best reunion, pleasant and relax. And Tammy is very nice and helpful. We will definitely come back again."
    Guest: Angie Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 5, 2014
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Brinnon Travel Tips

Enjoy Your Getaway Even More With Brinnon Lodging

When you stay in one of the beautiful Brinnon cabins, or any of the Olympic Peninsula vacation rentals, you can explore the beauty of the Pacific Northwest by day and have a perfect place to come home to at night. A lot of people book early, so things fill up fast, but if you visit in the off-season, you can avoid the crowds - and often pay lower rates, too. You'll generally have more Brinnon lodging options to choose from, and that's good news, especially if anyone in your traveling party has special needs or a special request.

Where to Eat Near Brinnon Cabins

Being on the Olympic Peninsula means that you're surrounded by great places to eat. Because of the proximity to the Pacific Ocean and other bodies of water, seafood is popular. If you don't like seafood, though, don't worry. There are a lot of other options that you can also enjoy while you're staying in one of the great Brinnon lodging options. While you're there, try the food at Oyster Bay Inn and Restaurant and Alder Wood Bistro, as well as Tides Tavern. There are plenty of great places to eat, no matter what kinds of foods you enjoy.

What to See While You're There

The Olympic Peninsula vacation rentals provide you with a lot of attractions close by, too. Your Brinnon cabins are just minutes from the blue waters of the Pacific Ocean, and you're right next to a lush rainforest. There's the Timber Museum and the Hall of Mosses Trail to explore, as well as Cape Flattery, which is the northernmost point in the United States. Brinnon lodging is so close to so many things that your only 'problem' will be deciding what to do first.

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