- Bainbridge Island
- Camano Island
- Federal Way
- Granite Falls
- Hood Canal, Puget Sound
- - Belfair
- - Seabeck
- - Tahuya
- Lake Forest Park
- Lake Goodwin
- Lake Roesiger
- Lake Sawyer
- Lake Shoecraft
- Lake Stevens
- Marrowstone Island
- Mercer Island
- Mill Creek
- North Bend
- Port Gamble
- Port Orchard
- Richmond Beach
- South Seattle
Recent Puget Sound reviews
"The owner provided quick responses to all emails, the condo was conveniently adjacent to the convention center, very clean and the kitchen incidentals were well stocked. Check-in was a breeze, parking was convenient, the condo was very comfortable, check-out time is beyond reasonable, and steps to check-out were simple to follow. The only complaint I had is that the majority of the electrical outlets need to be replaced, as prongs are not gripped by the existing outlets and cables would fall out with the slightest movement. It was inconvenient, and a bit of a safety hazard, but I don't feel that it is sufficient to dock a star. I would definitely recommend this condo to anyone attending an event at the Washington Convention Center."Guest: Jared B. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 2, 2014View listing
"My wife and I had a short trip to Gig Harbor and found this place to be perfect for us. The cottage was accurately described and the owner was easy to work with as we booked on short notice. The refund of our security deposit was prompt. We found the location to be quiet and peaceful with easy access to the Beach in front of the main home. The drive to Gig Harbor took a little under ten minutes. Great place to stay at a very reasonable price!"Guest: Aaron Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 29, 2014View listing
"This studio is exactly as described. My husband and I were in Tacoma, WA to visit family and friends for 6 weeks and stayed in this darling studio! When we arrived, the special gifts of coffee, wine and chocolate were so nice! There are plenty of bars/grills with good food in the area, including The Office downstairs in the building. I choose to cook sometimes and there were plenty of ingredients and condiments to use with my recipes. A secure, covered parking space came in really handy downtown. The owners, Laura and Marty were wonderful hosts during our visit. They went out of their way every day to make our stay fantastic! We will be back to stay again in this fun building!"Guest: Cyndi O. Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: February 21, 2014View listing
"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, 2014View listing
Puget Sound Travel Tips
Plan an Active Vacation around Puget Sound Rentals
Puget Sound is a body of water and region found in the northwestern United States, and includes much of Washington State. Puget Sound rentals allow visitors to explore the many cities lying along the waterway, as well as many included islands.
Choose Puget Sound Rentals and Explore the Complex Waterways
Charter a boat and take a cruise from Puget Sound vacation rentals, exploring ports at Seattle, Tacoma and Olympia. You’ll witness many islands and inlets, as well as several commercial and private watercrafts. Your Puget Sound vacation home may also overlook the water and offer breathtaking views you won’t soon forget.
Visit the Islands of the Northwest near Puget Sound Vacation Rentals
The San Juan Islands are located between the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the Strait of Georgia. Puget Sound rentals offer easy access to these islands that are quite popular for weekend travelers who live locally. Puget Sound vacation rentals are ideal accommodations for anyone wanting to meet and play with their Canadian neighbors, too. Rent kayaks to navigate the waterways while keeping fit, and plan on a whale-watching tour while staying in your Puget Sound vacation home.
Your Puget Sound Vacation Home Offers Adventurous Opportunities
Although kayaking tours of the waters surrounding Puget Sound rentals are quite unique, there are other physically demanding activities that are quite popular to locals and visitors alike. Several bicycling clubs and paths allow you to tour the cities and towns found in the region near Puget Sound vacation rentals, and hiking trails are carved throughout the islands and nature preserves.
During the winter months, skiing is also a great way to see the snow-covered mountains of Seattle and all of Washington. Look for a Puget Sound vacation home found on the mountainside, and you’ll see why many visitors of the past have since become local residents of the region.