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Recent Olympic Peninsula & Pacific Coast reviews

  • The Perfect place to stay while you play

    "The home was even nicer in person than in the picture. Clean and well stocked we enjoyed our stay. We sat by the quiet river, picked blackberries and thimbleberries.and enjoyed the sauna. And that was just while we were not out fishing. We are planning a return trip in the future..."
    Guest: Jim L. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 10, 2014
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  • Great Place in Forks

    "We stayed in the larger side of the Wood Street Guest House. It has a family room, dinning area, fully equipped kitchen (but no microwave), office room, bathroom, and 2 bedrooms. One bedroom has a queen bed and a futon couch bed, TV with satellite, games, and a few dvds. The other bedroom has a queen bed and dresser. We were pleased to find a washer/dryer combination in this unit which was an added plus for our vacation. As for the house - we had a very comfortable stay. We have a 13 year old daughter and a 9 year old son. We all slept wonderfully. We were spoiled by the gourmet kitchen and enjoyed cooking. As said before we were on a 2 week trip, so the washer dryer combo was a plus for us when we arrived so we wouldn't waste a day of our trip at the laundromat. We could put the kids to bed and chat in the family room. The kids had yard space to play and wear off their energy. We had access to the internet which was great to help us plan our adventures, check the weather, etc. We stayed in Forks for 5 days. We were able to see the sights in Forks (for our 13 year old daughter the "Twilight" fan), La Push and Rialto Beaches, Hoh Rainforest (Hall of Mosses & other hiking), Kalaloch Beaches, Lake Crescent & Marymere Falls, and Port Angeles. At this location we were able to hit the beaches, hike, sight see, enjoy Olympic National Park, etc. It's a great location. The owners Justin & Dylan are nice, and were available. A big thank you to them for a wonderful stay!"
    Guest: Chas G. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 13, 2014
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  • What a view!

    "This is a very comfortable home with outstanding views of the Strait! Well appointed kitchen with a gas grill on the patio. Great central location to visit all of the wonderful sights of the NW peninsula. We all enjoyed our stay!"
    Guest: Mary Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 29, 2014
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  • Six days at Eagle's Nest on Lake Cushman

    "We had a wonderful family vacation at this property. Staying in a place right on the water adds so much more fun. We had the use of the two kayaks and the paddle boat. The adults and kids alike spent a lot of time paddling around and swimming.The house worked very well for our group. It comfortably sleeps eight with two great bathrooms. The top of the line washer and dryer and kitchen appliances were a great bonus. We made good use of the outdoor grill and the fire pit. A hike through the Staircase area is a lot of fun. And it is very close to the house. The seafood market in Hamma Hamma, which is about 15 miles north of Hoodsport, is a great place to get oysters and fresh and smoked salmon. If you have a fishing license (pricey for non residents) free for kids, you can easily pick oysters from the Hood Canal at low tide. The Shell gas station in Hoodsport and seafood place, can fill you in on the rebulations. Kimberly was very responsive to any questions that came up. Thanks, Kimberly."
    Guest: Tom Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 12, 2014
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Olympic Peninsula & Pacific Coast Travel Tips

Popular Attractions near Olympic Peninsula Vacation Rentals

Port Townsend is a picturesque town with many historic homes. Many of the sights can be explored on foot which makes it the ideal destination to visit during the summertime. Rothschild House is a museum worth visiting as it provides insight into the history of the community. Fort Warden Artillery Museum is another fascinating place to visit. You can rent a kayak and spend the afternoon paddling or head out on a boating excursion. From here, it is possible to take a day trip to the San Juan Islands.

The Olympic National Park is a designated World Heritage Park. It encompasses a wide diversity of landscapes from rainforests and glacial peaks to beautiful beaches. In the summertime, you can hike the trail up to the towering Hurricane Ridge and enjoy a cup of coffee or a meal at the Hurricane Ridge Lodge. Lake Crescent is a beautiful place to enjoy a picnic. From the visitors center, you can learn all about the legends of this beautiful lake. The Sol Duc Valley covers a large portion of the national park. There are beautiful waterfalls, scenic hiking trails and picturesque drives that can be enjoyed here. Mount Walker provides panoramic views of Puget Sound, Mt. Baker, Mt. Rainer and the Cascades. A scenic drive can take you up to an observation deck. The Hoh Rainforest offers numerous hiking options. This temperate rainforest is known for its lush foliage and abundant wildlife. The Olympic National Park incorporates 60 miles of beachfront along the Pacific Coastline. Enjoy a leisurely strong along deserted beaches and take artistic photographs of driftwood and the crashing waves.

There are many small towns and cities in the region where you can experience warm hospitality, tasty home-style cooking and a wide range of interesting recreational activities. One such place is Sequiem. Here you can amble down the sidewalk and browse the art galleries, gift shops and antique stores. When you are done, you can enjoy a meal at a number of fine restaurants.

The mild climate of the peninsula provides perfect weather for golfing all year long. There are two well-known golf courses where you can book a round. The Resort at Port Ludlow is known for its challenging fairways. The Discovery Bay Golf Course is the oldest in Washington State.

Visitors to Olympic Peninsula Lodging

Travelers who come to visit the Olympic Peninsula have an appreciation for nature. Many love exploring the outdoors on the many hiking, and mountain biking trails. It is the type of destination where you can come to relax a while and forget about busy corporate life. The scenic beauty attracts many artists and photographers. It is an ideal vacation destination for those who are interested in Washington’s history and culture. There are several cultural centers where you can learn about the cultures of the Native American tribes who lived there for centuries.

Stylish Olympic Peninsula Beach Homes

Many of the vacation homes are located on the coastline with stunning views over the ocean. Enjoy spectacular sunsets over the Pacific Ocean. The homes are spacious and stylishly furnished, ensuring that you feel right at home. Well-equipped kitchens make vacation catering for the family easy. Open decks provide the ideal place for al fresco dining during the warmer summer months.

Seasons to Visit Washington Vacation Rentals on the Olympic Peninsula

The Olympic Peninsula has a relatively mild climate which makes it an ideal year-round vacation destination. The peak travel time is during the summer months, particularly during the school vacation period. Many families come to enjoy the many stunning natural attractions of the peninsula during that time.

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