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Recent Puget Sound North reviews

  • An Adventure!!

    "We stayed here with my elderly parents for a family wedding. What a fun adventure! We had never stayed in a farm house before! It is so homey and comfortable. We had everything we needed for our stay! Barbara's warm hospitality was evident everywhere. We loved the tour she gave us to see the farm animals, and she taught us a lot about raising them! She was very helpful with our many questions throughout our entire stay. The view of the valley is AMAZING! I wish we had more time to explore the area, there is so much to do! The VRBO description is very accurate. So appreciate being able to stay in this quaint guest house. We would stay there again!"
    Guest: Linda Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 3, 2014
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  • Great Long Weekend

    "Came to the island for a wedding and to escape the city. Booked late - options were limited. This place was available. I feel like I won the lottery.The pictures are absolutely fair and accurate. The view of the water and Holmes Harbor is overwhelming. Look to your left to see Freeland, look to your right to Camano and in the distance Anacortes and Chuckanut Mountains (Or was that Mt. Constitution? Either way - amazing distant view). It is a cabin - let's be clear on that. And that is what makes it great. It is comfortable, and relaxing and an absolute escape. The kitchen is well equipped, plenty of towels for the bath (shower only), loft for kids to sleep in. A short walk to Freeland, a longer but easy drive to Langley. And Julia knows all the places on the island (including kayak rentals in Langley). Negatives? The bedroom is tiny - clearance on one side of the bed is almost zero. And it smells like a cabin. But a complete facility, great place to refocus, regroup and re-lax. Will we be back? I hope so Next year."
    Guest: Bryan K. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 2, 2014
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  • Only one problem.....

    "we couldn't stay longer! The house and all amenities were beyond our expectations. The kids (13-7) were in heaven with all the water toys and a fantastic game room. All three boys (grandsons) want to live there! The kitchen was well stocked with everything you need from flipping pancakes to BBQs on the patio. Comfortable beds and the bathrooms served 7 adults and three kids just fine. We will definitely go back. Best house we have rented on Vashon."
    Guest: Bob and Linda Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 17, 2014
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  • Honeymoon Cabin

    "I was looking for a nice cabin for my wife and I to stay for our honeymoon. This cabin ended up being perfect. It was nestled away in the woods, with plenty of seclusion so we never had worry about privacy. We had to travel from the East coast, so the nice stock of pantry items got us through our first breakfast, after which we were able to go grocery shopping. A few of the days we used the car to travel to some local (the Earth Sanctuary, Greenbank Farms, Pacific Rim Institute for Falcon day) and some not-so-local (Deception Pass & Olympic Peninsula for Mt. Townsend hike) attractions. Other days we left the car and used the path behind the cabin to go to South Whidbey State Park or we used the bikes and fishing poles to go to Bush point to catch Salmon (well, just one 9 pound silver...). One of the cooler days we spent relaxing in front of the fire in the living room. While we were out about we discovered that the island had so many ripe blackberries that my wife and I were constantly stopping to pick and eat them. Overall we felt the cabin was a perfect balance of seclusion and accessibility to local attractions."
    Guest: Honeymooners Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 23, 2014
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