- Bay Center
- Copalis Beach
- Hood Canal, Olympic Peninsula
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- - Eldon
- - Hoodsport
- - Lilliwaup
- - Quilcene
- - Union
- Lake Crescent
- Lake Cushman
- Lake Quinault
- - Quinault
- Lake Sutherland
- Long Beach Peninsula
- - Chinook
- - Ilwaco
- - Klipsan Beach
- - Long Beach
- - Ocean Park
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Recent Olympic Peninsula & Pacific Coast reviews
"This is our second time at this vacation home. It is the perfect location, close enough to many activities, yet far enough to feel far away from home and be close to nature. The wide windows offer panoramic views of the water, the mountains, and the islands. The home is simple and elegant, modern and warm. Our family spent Thanksgiving weekend for 4 nights, and we had everything we needed. It is definitely a favorite family vacation home."Guest: Leila Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: December 9, 2014View listing
"My family and I stayed here during the weekend of the North Olympic Discovery Marathon. We had such a great time! My 4 year old daughter LOVED all the horses! Steve and Kathy were so gracious to let us walk their property and feed and pet the horses. My daughter still talks about "the farm" and all the horses. The cottage is super cute, cozy and comfortable. We felt like we were at home. Downtown Port Angeles is just a quick drive away (and only about 15 minutes to Sequim). We can't wait to go back so we can explore the Olympics/Hurricane Ridge. I would definitely recommend staying here!"Guest: Mother Runner Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: August 13, 2014View listing
"I wanted to have a fun, yet relaxing birthday weekend on the beach. I love Kalaloch beach but hate the awful cabins that are the only place to stay other than camping and as you probably have guessed by now, I hate camping. So I googled "beach houses on the Olympic Peninsula" and found a few great looking houses near Moclips. I emailed everyone and the owner of the Moonstone was the first to respond. I liked the pictures of the house online, it was on the beach, had a hot tub and a very similar name to my sail boat so I though why not? As the date of my birthday weekend came closer I began to worry...what if the house was dirty, or small or what if the owner got the dates wrong and we had to share with ANOTHER BIRTHDAY!? my anxiety proved wasteful as we arrived and got our keys from a gentleman at the Moonstone Motel located next door, he was delightful, put us at ease and gave us great tips about unpacking the car, etc. When we arrived at the Moonstone Beach House I was astonished at how it matched the online pictures. It was large, but also cozy, clean and for lack of a better word, perfect. We had a wonderful time hiking near and on the beach, watching the sea from our deck, sitting in the hot tub and making meals in the ample kitchen. It truly was a magical birthday weekend."Guest: maeboo26 Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 5, 2014View listing
"My family and our friends, all with kids, spent 3 glorious nights here. From the amazing woodwork to the Asian inspired decor, this bungalow exceeded our expectations by leaps and bounds. Just minutes away was a paved trail for walking and an airport strip. The kids loved this! It felt we were miles away from home and had entered a slower pace of life. If they ever sell this place, I want to be first on the list to buy it."Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 28, 2014View listing
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.