- Bainbridge Island
- Camano Island
- Federal Way
- Granite Falls
- Hood Canal, Puget Sound
- - Belfair
- - Seabeck
- - Tahuya
- Lake Forest Park
- Lake Goodwin
- Lake Roesiger
- Lake Sawyer
- Lake Shoecraft
- Lake Stevens
- Marrowstone Island
- Mercer Island
- Mill Creek
- North Bend
- Port Gamble
- Port Orchard
- Richmond Beach
- South Seattle
- Treasure Island
Recent Puget Sound reviews
"We very much enjoyed our week in this home. The view of Puget Sound and the Olympic mountains from the deck was beautiful. We cooked in every night (well stocked kitchen with high-end appliances) and ate our meals outside on the deck. We highly recommend doing your grocery shopping at Central Market in Poulsbo. It's actually fun to go shopping there and the seafood selection is amazing. Try Dungeness crab, it's worth the splurge. The home's comforts are numerous: large flat screen TV, gas fireplace, large closet/dressing area connected to the master bath with beautiful view and super comfortable and plush master bedroom bed. Bainbridge Island is a perfect central location for exploring the area. On the island, we highly recommend visiting Bloedel Reserve, the Bainbridge Island Historical Museum and the Japanese Exclusion Memorial. Wonderful day trips include: Whidbey island, Hurricane Ridge, the Naval Undersea Museum in Keystone and downtown Seattle. If you like jazz, Dimitriou's Jazz Alley books wonderful jazz artists. The owners were responsive and very easy to deal with. We look forward to returning."Guest: Lori Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 12, 2014View listing
"This very affordable two-bedroom condo in Bellevue has to be the deal of the decade. It is not large but the size is adequate, and the unit is immaculate. In addition, the owner Ann is super-conscientious and accessible and a pleasure to deal with. The building is very quiet and is located just a few blocks from the 520, which means it has easy and quick access to Seattle, as well as to points north and south via the 405. We would stay there again and recommend it highly."Guest: addieblue Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 27, 2014View listing
"My wife and I made this our little getaway for our 3rd year wedding anniversary. Of course we also brought of little Shi-Tzu Poodle Thor. We all had a great time in the quiet surroundings and soaked up the scenery, wildlife, and the hot tub. We witnessed bald eagle in their natural environment along with a host of great blue herons. We highly recommend the use of the canoe for a nice little trip on the lake. It was a great time for my wife and I to reconnect and reflect on how far we have come in just 3 short years as a married couple. This location and the little getaway were just what we needed to recharge."Guest: DWoods Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: November 19, 2014View listing
"Heron House was an absolute treasure. We had intentions of getting out to see the sights and all we wanted to do was stay at the house. There was so much to do and the view was perfection. We enjoyed crabbing off the private pier, digging for clams, and exploring the many tide pools (each one had something different to offer). I have a lot to learn about kayaking and rowboats but it was great to try something new. We spent a night at the private fire pit and just soaked in the sunset. The house had everything we needed and more. The owners were friendly and went the extra mile teaching us all we needed to know about crabbing (and we didn't know much). This was truly a wonderful family vacation."Guest: Margo J. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 5, 2014View listing
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.