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Recent Camano Island reviews

  • Cozy with cookies on arrival

    "We were on the island for less than 48 hours for a wedding but arrived to homemade cookies. The house was very well equipped, although we didn't have time to cook anything due to our schedule. By all appearances, though, there were staples on condiments in the kitchen. The 2 beds gave the options of firm and comfy smumfy. Luckily, we had 2 couples whom it worked out perfectly for. Really pretty setting. We had outstanding weather."
    Guest: Deb Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 18, 2014
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  • LOVED THIS PLACE!

    "We are a group of 7 people aged 20's-30's and we stayed at this place over the weekend. I was totally blown away by the decor that was well thought of throughout the house. There were even Christmas decorations up with a beautiful Christmas tree for us to put our presents underneath during our gift exchange. This house has everything; pots, fondue pot, bakeware, sippy cups, laundry detergent, soap, lotion, tons of towels and games! Jackie was very helpful and so funny! She came over to show us how to work the hot tub and where to launch our boat the next time we come here. The land on this place is also huge! I could easily imagine a beautiful small wedding reception on this place! I will definitely return to this place again next winter during crabbing season with my family!"
    Guest: Tracy Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: December 22, 2014
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  • AWESOME!!

    "Our group of 7 cousins and sisters spent 4 nights in this comfortable, luxurious home. It was very clean and the kitchen had the supplies we needed to make the meals we wanted. Even though we previously viewed the photos on the web site, we were in awe when we stepped into the home! We departed definitely wishing we could stay longer! Julie was great to work with. We hope to return for another stay in the future."
    Guest: Asche cousins Date of Stay: November 2014 Review Submitted: November 7, 2014
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  • A Fantastic Journey to the Pacific Northwest

    "Call me Ishmael. On the arrival of June or July of each year, at the beginning of those 100 days or so of Hades in my home port of Charleston, I long for the cool breezes, clear waters, and tasty victuals of the Pacific Northwest. This summer, my aged aunt and I sallied forth to same, having in our packs comfort wear and light windbreakers. On arrival, we found our berths to be quite spacious and comfortable; and consistent with the age of the ship, the quarters were immaculate and served our purposes perfectly. On that first daybreak, we spied a great, dormant volcano to the Southeast. The water was a tranquil crystalline azure. A few other sailing vessels were on the horizon, following the incoming tide along the coast of adjacent Great Whidbey Island. The water was bracing, and nary another swimmer was seen. One of the locals later explained that the water is considered intemperate by most, but since I have suffer from chronic Dunlop's Malady, as well as having Welsh blood in my veins, I found swimming in the sea most bracing and invigorating. We spent much time on deck playing card games for small wager; and after a week at sea we were tied at that portent of good fortune: 7 matches apiece. At Even Time, we followed the course of the setting sun across the hills of Whidbey Island. We also could spy in the distance the Great Olympic Range, befitting in majesty its name. Meals were prepared in a very spacious and ample galley. The ship was also equipped with a strange, black rectangular object that was perhaps some flotsam or jetsam from an unfortuanate earlier venture. This dark curiosity was not further investigated during our week long voyage. Alas, and all too soon, we arrived back in port and returned to Oppressive Carolina where the heat and ague and miasma continue unabated."
    Guest: VIEJO LOBO Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: September 4, 2014
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