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Recent Puget Sound North property reviews

  • Great Location!

    "We stayed at Hidden Meadow for a long weekend during some island wedding festivities. There were events both in Langley and Greenbank. The location was perfect. The cottage is close to the grocery and hardware store as well as some great restaurants. The cottage itself is immaculately clean and the bed is very cozy and comfortable. There is some highway noise as it is right on the highway (although you wouldn't know it as it's perfectly hidden in the trees!). But being from Seattle, that didn't bother us at all. And the owners provide a white noise machine to drown out any highway noise. All in all we would recommend this property to friends and family members."
    Guest: Gretchen Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 11, 2014
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  • Absolutely perfect

    "This cottage was exactly as described, and completely perfect for our family getaway to Whidbey. It was clean and cozy, with so many thoughtful touches. Our son particularly enjoyed the little private sleeping nook with the twin bed - I think that he wished it was his bedroom at home! We will definitely be returning for another stay and would recommend this property wholeheartedly!"
    Guest: Cathy Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 9, 2014
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  • Wonderful Holiday Get Away

    "We had our extended family stay here during the holidays and it was a perfect get away for everyone. Absolutely peaceful to sit and watch the ferry on Christmas eve and Christmas. The owner was extremely attentive to the needs of our family and provided more than enough supplies and service to make it a care free stay. I would highly recommend staying here to anyone considering making this a vacation stop."
    Guest: Denali Date of Stay: December 2012 Review Submitted: March 2, 2013
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  • Weekend at Useless Bay, Whidbey Island

    "This property is in a very quiet location within easy walking distance of the public beach. Its setting is very private and has views out of all the upstairs windows. The house has a great kitchen with beautiful cabinets, granite countertops and is tastefully decorated. The road in front of the house is level and is ideal for walking or bicycling. I was amazed at the variety of birds at this location. The house faces the bay on one side and a large wetland on the other. The two combined attract a variety of wildlife. We saw eagles, cranes, swallows, blue heron’s and ospreys just to name a few. The nearby public park is very large and right on Useless Bay/Double Bluff. The beach portion of the park just keeps going and going. From the beach I watched cruise ships steaming by headed for Alaska and floatplanes flying up and down the sound. In the very far distance on the horizon you could see the tips of the tall buildings of Seattle and watch freighters, tug boats and other marine traffic traveling to and from the city. Useless Bay is rather unique in that it has a very large sandy beach. It was named Useless, as it is to shallow for ships but this makes it ideal for beach walking. At low tide you can walk out a great distance over the sand. Most Washington State island beaches tend to have steep banks and the beach is usually covered with rocks so this place is a very special and a unique place on the sound. During our stay we took a drive around the Island and visited the historic towns of Coupeville and Langley. Both sit on bluffs above the water and have a mix of interesting architecture and number of quaint Victorian homes. The towns are filled with little shops and restaurants. The little town of Freeland is within a mile or so of the house. I ate at two good restaurants and there was a really nice grocery store and shopping center. I think I counted three antique stores, and at least that many espresso stands. For those who enjoy wine we saw many signs advertising wineries or wine shops. I definitely plan to return and spend more time exploring the beach and Island."
    Guest: John Date of Stay: June 2013 Review Submitted: June 13, 2013
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