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Recent Olympic Peninsula & Pacific Coast reviews

  • Cute condo

    "We stayed for two nights this past weekend. Although the weather did not cooperate, we still enjoyed the visit to this sleepy town. Pluses: A short walk to the beach, wi fi, gorgeous view, short walking distance to restaurants and shops, and a lot of kitchen appliances. Minuses: Very squeaky 2nd floor subfloor, needs better skillets/pans in kitchen, additional spatulas, fan in bedroom was broken, no soaps or toiletries, no hairdryer. We ended up purchasing fans as it was very warm at night and a hairdryer (which we left there for the next guests). Town is very sleepy, most places close early even on the weekend."
    Guest: Dusty Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: June 30, 2014
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  • Weekend Get Away

    "Perfect location, hiking, Scuba diving, wine tasting, and Bees knees! The house had everything you could want--marine wildlife, free internet, TV, comfortable furniture, nice beds, lots of towels. The only thing we had trouble with was getting the gas fireplace to start, we tried following the directions."
    Guest: Shy 5 Date of Stay: January 2014 Review Submitted: February 4, 2014
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  • Wonderful home in a great location!

    "We just returned from our 4 night stay and loved the charming, vintage feel of this wonderfully restored craftsman home. It was in a friendly little neighborhood with plenty of amenities we enjoyed. The kitchen was generously stocked with all the paper products, pots, pans and spices to accommodate most cooks on vacation. We ate in 2 nights and found the Safeway very convenient. The bathrooms were stocked with shampoo and conditioner and body wash and plenty of towels. As a note, there is only 1 bathroom upstairs for all 3 bedrooms and a full bathroom downstairs. We were all family so it was a nonissue for us. The cool early morning and evening breezes allowed us Floridians to enjoy the cozy pot belly fireplace on 2 occasions. The owners had it perfectly supplied and ready for use. We we ambitious travelers and visited Hurricane Ridge, Crescent Lake, Forks, Merrymore Falls, Ruby Beach and the Hoh Rain forest while there. Although we drove a lot, the weather was gorgeous and the scenery breathtaking and this home was only a few blocks from Hwy 101 to access the National Park. We highly recommend the ferry to the stunningly beautiful city of Victoria, it was very convenient to park our car for $6 and be a "foot passenger " for the day. The neighbor across the street provided us some helpful tips and trivia about the home and we appreciated his insight. We even picked a few fresh blackberries from the garden to add to our fresh peach cobbler. It was extremely convenient to use the washer and dryer with provided detergent after all the hiking and sightseeing we did! What a delight to stay at this lovely home."
    Guest: Tara B. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 5, 2014
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  • Two Bicoastal Families

    "One group consisted of a Baltimore and a Seattle family, 4 adults and 5 children, vacationing together. Anthony's house is exactly as pictured. We arrived late and he had left the house brightly lit, so it was easy to find. The house was very roomy and, as promised, the kids loved the tower room, the game room, and the grounds. The views of the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the night sky are gorgeous. We were able to easily explore the areas of the park that interested us. In our case, they were Hurricane Ridge, Rialto Beach, Hoh Rainforest, Lake Crescent, and Sol Duc Springs. All were spectacular in their own way. Historic Port Townsend is nearby as well, and Victoria, Canada is just a ferry ride away. We made some grilled dinners in the evenings, and one is able to make a campfire if there is no ban in effect. The kids enjoyed movies in the evening and the adults enjoyed the outside decks. The house served us much better than any motel rooms would have. We had a very memorable vacation that we will treasure forever. The only negative was the ticket "Ranger Rick" gave us in the evening as we travelled the road along Crescent Lake practically alone, so beware of the speed trap when you least expect it!"
    Guest: Not a Fan of "Ranger Rick" Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 27, 2014
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Seabrook Travel Tips

For a seaside vacation in the Pacific Northwest, book your stay in Seabrook lodging today. This lovely little town located in the state of Washington offers the visitor a wonderful opportunity for a relaxing vacation by the ocean's edge. However, there's nothing truly relaxing about a stay in a cramped hotel room. Skip that part by staying in one of the Seabrook cabins. Your family will appreciate both the space and the privacy!

The Boardwalk Beach Trail Near Seabrook Lodging

Not too far from the Seabrook lodging, you'll discover the Boardwalk Beach Trail. This sturdy walkway allows visitors to travel for a full three miles through a dripping rain forest in the Olympic National Park without soggy shoes. Along the way, enjoy the sites including crashing waves, playful sea otters, and majestic bald eagles. Once you're through, return to the Seabrook cabins to rest up for your next adventure.

Fishing Around the Corner from the Seabrook Cabins

The Quinault River is considered one of the best places to fish along the entire length of the West Coast. Normally, this area has good fishing all year, but keep an eye on the weather. Although you can return to your Seabrook lodging in no time, no one wants to get completely soaked during the cold winter months. In the summer, it's no problem. Simply bring a few extra clothes before leaving the Seabrook cabins.

Dig for your Dinner in Seabrook

While staying in Olympic Peninsula vacation rentals during the winter months, you may get a chance to dig for your dinner if you're lucky. At Twin Harbors, Long Beach, Copalis, and Mocrocks, visitors can sift through the sand for razor clams. You must have a fishing license and each digger is restricted to keeping only 15 clams - just enough for dinner.

Enjoy the beaches during your stay in the Seabrook lodging!

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