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Recent Olympic Peninsula & Pacific Coast reviews
"We thoroughly loved our stay for a girl's reunion at this beautiful spot. The amenities were all we could ask for: beds were very comfortable, towels were soft and fluffy, the washer and dryer was an unexpected treat. We enjoyed the amazing ocean view from the balcony and even watched deer feeding below (bring binoculars). We loved driving on the beach, explored Cape Disappointment Park and trails, visited and relaxed at Waikiki Beach, and bought incredibly fresh seafood at Jessie's Ilwaco Fish Co. which we cooked in our well appointed kitchen. We even drove to Astoria for an afternoon trolley ride and ate at Rogue Brewery. The area is very friendly, from the helpful visitor's center to the recommendations from the local police officer who stopped to welcome us in town! We enjoyed salmon at Doogers and fish and chips at The Lost Roo. This was an ideal relaxing place for vacationing, exploring, and shopping. Local seafood is a must!"Guest: Karen S. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 22, 2014View listing
"I took my elderly parents, daughter ,14 month old granddaughter and canine kids, for a two day vacation at the beach. This home was perfect!!! We loved the fenced yards that kept our dogs and baby so safe. The owners take such lovely care of this property, it is immaculate. Also very well equipped, in fact the kitchen is better equipped than my own kitchen at home. We will be back with other combinations of family members - it felt like home!"Guest: Randi F. Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: May 30, 2014View listing
"We recently came to visit the Seattle area and the Olympic Peninsula and found this little Gem amongst the property locations. This place as perfect. The owners Jeanette and Scott were awesome. Super friendly and very accommodating. The place was in a great central location to access the national park and several trails within minutes depending on which trails or sights you want to see. Easy access to Vancouver Island from here as well. The house was super quaint and charming. Very comfortable. The berries were unbelievable in August and there is fruit trees all over the place. The eggs were super tasty too. Nothing beats eggs fresh off the roost. Kitchen had everything you need for cooking at home. Everything was really clean. Super comfortable all the way around. Would highly recommend this for vacationers in the area."Guest: Ryan J. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 30, 2014View listing
"Neighborhood was extremely quiet. And a walk down to the water quite invigorating. Even with the airport next door I think only 3 plans landed all week and the noise was hardly noticeable. Surprised there wasn't a teapot to be found but thankful and appreciative of the other stock items the house had on hand for us to use. Only draw back was it was a drive to go anywhere. Sequim proper is at least 15-20 minute drive away. Seems like the town should be Blyn not Sequim."Guest: Peaceful getaway Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 19, 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.