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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
"This is a great place to stay especially if you like a few quiet hours everyday even in your vacation. The location is close to everything, and the environment is peaceful. The kitchen is fairly basic but sufficient for one or two people. Everything else is 110%. Wonderfully comfortable bed. Clean interior. Comfortable furniture. All the little things you might need during a stay is prepared and waiting for you. I would choose this studio again, with no hesitation."
Guest: Nazli B.Date of Stay: January 2015Review Submitted: February 9, 2015
"Patte, thank you for making this house available to us. Bakerview Beach House is an absolutely beautiful place to enjoy a girls weekend. The house was immaculate and supplied everything that we needed. With 4 ladies sharing, it was wonderful to have 2 complete bathrooms. One of us used the steam shower and raved about it! While there is a large dining room table, the breakfast bar was where we chose to share meals. Beautiful views, large deck space, easy access to beach (if you are okay with stairs), room to sprawl, very comfortable beds, parking within a few steps of the door, quiet neighbourhood, central location on Whidbey Island ... the list goes on. Having travelled with very elderly parents, I am always checking accessibility features. Being that everything is on one level (unless one wants to go to the beach), I found that this would be a perfect destination. I would definitely book this VRBO again."
Guest: Krista K.Date of Stay: October 2014Review Submitted: October 21, 2014
"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 LOBODate of Stay: July 2014Review Submitted: September 4, 2014
"This is a neat farm. The house is small and cozy. It would be nice if there were window coverings on all the windows, as the sun comes up awfully early. We had a camp fire one night, and we were very relaxed."
Guest: doug b.Date of Stay: June 2015Review Submitted: June 12, 2015