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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

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Recent Puget Sound North reviews

  • Peaceful Retreat, Convenient to Entire Island!

    "Traveled to Whidbey last minute with our family of four (including one toddler and one infant). Was a wonderful, clean, cozy and fantastically-appointed retreat. It was also a great location to access all points on the island. And for me, the best part was sitting out on the deck with a hot chocolate, watching the sun set and dusk set in. So lovely. Thank you, Sandi and Dan!"
    Guest: Sarah S. Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 22, 2015
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  • Wonderful Week

    "We had a great week at the cottage. It was clean, comfortable, and well stocked. The location is quiet and tucked away, yet close to Langley and Freeland if you need something. We would highly recommend the cottage to any couple looking for a quiet getaway."
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: January 7, 2015
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  • Fantastic Winter Vacation

    "We spent the week before Christmas at this lovely home on Lake Sawyer. The views were spectacular, the lakefront yard was incredible, and the home was beautifully appointed. We were able to entertain our friends and family here with the space of the home and parking it was ideal. Our kids loved the tree swing, feeding the ducks and squirrels, and the game area upstairs. The home was decorated for Christmas for us to celebrate with our family. All of the beds were very comfortable, the linens were superb, and the kitchen had everything we needed for holiday cooking for a week. We love the smore's makings that were there to greet us when we arrived to cook over the firepit. Santa even came by boat to give the kids candy cane's We absolutely love this house for any season and will definitely return soon!"
    Guest: Laurie K. Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: January 22, 2015
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  • Like something from a magazine!

    "The Ranvik beach house is a wonderful place to visit. For us city-dwellers, stepping into the entryway is like opening a door into a different world. Looking into the well-appointed kitchen/living room, and then opening the blinds for the windows overlooking the beach completes the transformation. The house blends elements of traditional and modern architecture in a pleasing way, and the white color scheme with wood paneling has a very Scandinavian feel. The kitchen is well stocked with coffee, a good array of spices, and basic dry staples. The cookware selection is fairly extensive and of high quality. There is plenty of activity to see from the deck and beach. There was a near-continuous presence of waterfowl bobbing and diving in the water. We had multiple bald eagles flying by over the course of the day, sometimes at roof-level or lower with plenty of opportunity for photos. We even had a swimming deer haul out of the water in front of the house. There was extensive shipping traffic to watch, and the waves from the ships make for lovely crashing waves. With calm seas and still air, you can easily hear a loon's call from afar and the low rumble of ships across the water. It is at least worth noting that we experienced quite a bit of activity from the Naval Outlying Field Coupeville. The EA-18G aircraft repeatedly fly over the house at a relatively low altitude while practicing touch and gos. The peak noise level of each pass is relatively short, but it can be quite loud (in the 95-105dB range according to my iPhone sound meter). Flights occurred on 4 of the 5 weekdays we were there, and on one night went a little past 9:30 PM. The week by week schedule (somewhat vague and subject to change) can be found here: We found the practices to be interesting, and I had a great time practicing my telephoto lens camera skills. It won't stop us from coming back, but if a couple hours of loud planes will really ruin your day, you might want to look for a different area to stay."
    Guest: Christopher L. Date of Stay: April 2015 Review Submitted: April 14, 2015
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