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This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation

Recent Puget Sound reviews

  • Magnolia Cottage - comfortable, convenient, clean

    "Magnolia Cottage was impeccably clean, comfortable and quiet. I highly recommend staying in Magnolia as it is close to everything downtown Seattle and the waterfront have to offer, but feels like a small town. The VRBO listing and photos accurately portray the cottage. The owners were very helpful as I planned our trip and during our visit. They left us to our privacy, but were very responsive to emails and phone calls. The cottage is easy walking distance to a bus stop if you want to leave your car behind when enjoying downtown museums, shopping, museums, plays, ballet, opera, restaurants or businesses. The neighborhood of Magnolia is like a quiet little town, but you are literally minutes away from everything downtown Seattle, Lake Union and Ballard have to offer. The kitchen is well-equipped if you want to make meals there. Metropolitan Market, a nice grocery store, is just blocks away. I appreciated that some basics were available in the cottage. I did not have to buy cooking oil, vinegar, salt, pepper, basic spices, napkins, paper towels, dishwashing soap, foil, or laundry soap; items that you need just a tiny bit of, but are expensive to stock for just a week. There are many nice restaurants in Magnolia. We especially enjoyed Palisades and Maggie Bluffs at Elliott Bay Marina, Chinooks at Fisherman's Terminal and Nikos Gyros in Magnolia Village. Many more great restaurants are available downtown, along the waterfront or in Ballard. It is an easy walk to the hiking trails in Discovery Park, Seattle's largest park. The trails wind through beautiful forests and meadows with spectacular views of the sound. Magnolia also has many parks with great playground structures for young children. Don't miss a walk along Magnolia Boulevard, a park with million dollar views of downtown, Puget Sound and Elliott Bay."
    Guest: Barbara Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 18, 2014
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  • Wonderful spot to relax!

    "My husband, daughters, and I enjoyed several days here! Plenty of gorgeous views, fun activities, and all around great location!"
    Guest: Oregon mom Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 13, 2014
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  • Nice, quiet getaway.

    "We had a lovely 12 day visit to Vashon Island, staying in this lovely house on the harbor. The owners were very thoughtful and helpful, even supplying us with local guidebooks for hiking and kayaking. We were visited daily by a variety of wildlife, including a huge gaggle of geese. Our thanks to the owners for making this a memorable vacation."
    Guest: Michael and Teresa W. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: October 11, 2014
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  • Great Service, Clean Unit

    "John was very helpful in addressing all of my concerns. The unit was clean, in great shape and in a wonderful area. We will not hesitate to rent from John again."
    Guest: Ryan N. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 23, 2014
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Puget Sound Travel Tips

Plan an Active Vacation around Puget Sound Rentals

Puget Sound is a body of water and region found in the northwestern United States, and includes much of Washington State. Puget Sound rentals allow visitors to explore the many cities lying along the waterway, as well as many included islands.

Choose Puget Sound Rentals and Explore the Complex Waterways

Charter a boat and take a cruise from Puget Sound vacation rentals, exploring ports at Seattle, Tacoma and Olympia. You’ll witness many islands and inlets, as well as several commercial and private watercrafts. Your Puget Sound vacation home may also overlook the water and offer breathtaking views you won’t soon forget.

Visit the Islands of the Northwest near Puget Sound Vacation Rentals

The San Juan Islands are located between the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the Strait of Georgia. Puget Sound rentals offer easy access to these islands that are quite popular for weekend travelers who live locally. Puget Sound vacation rentals are ideal accommodations for anyone wanting to meet and play with their Canadian neighbors, too. Rent kayaks to navigate the waterways while keeping fit, and plan on a whale-watching tour while staying in your Puget Sound vacation home.

Your Puget Sound Vacation Home Offers Adventurous Opportunities

Although kayaking tours of the waters surrounding Puget Sound rentals are quite unique, there are other physically demanding activities that are quite popular to locals and visitors alike. Several bicycling clubs and paths allow you to tour the cities and towns found in the region near Puget Sound vacation rentals, and hiking trails are carved throughout the islands and nature preserves.

During the winter months, skiing is also a great way to see the snow-covered mountains of Seattle and all of Washington. Look for a Puget Sound vacation home found on the mountainside, and you’ll see why many visitors of the past have since become local residents of the region.

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