- 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
"Nicely appointed and comfortable home with multiple outdoor living areas. Well stocked pantry with a number of coffee makers including French press as well as condiments and canned goods. House comes with board games, workout equipment and bicycles. Situated close to Gig Harbor's shopping, restaurants and bars as well as just a short drive to the interstate. Black tail deer will be munching on wild blackberries just a few feet away as you enjoy a cocktail in the hot tub at sunset."Guest: Roger B. Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 22, 2014View listing
"We really enjoyed our stay at this property for a wedding over the weekend. It's very well located, so we were able to get to various places around the city with minimal cost (we just parked the cars and used Uber all weekend). It's a really cute place and well maintained. We have nothing but good things to say about it!"Guest: Emilee Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 23, 2014View listing
"We really enjoyed our relaxing stay at this beautiful and quaint rental. It was everything we were looking for. Everything was just as described. It was fun watching the tide come in and out and going down to the beach to see what was left behind. The enclosed deck was perfect for our dog to sit out and make sure everything was to her satisfaction without us having to worry about her. Next time I want to stay for longer to truly appreciate all it has to offer."Guest: Becky V. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 22, 2014View listing
"My wife and I spent a week staying at this apartment. All was in order upon arrival and all worked as it should for our stay. The neighborhood is delightful, beautifully maintained homes, churches and schools. The Queen Anne shopping area was just a nice walk away, all and more than one might be looking for food and shopping wise. The bus route was right on the street fronting the property, easing the access to other parts of the city without the need of driving. It provided a great base for visiting relatives in Edmonds and sight seeing to Anacortes and Roslyn. By the end of the week it felt like home. We had no need to contact the owner during our stay but they were very timely with corresponding prior to and after our stay. A nice get-away."Guest: Norman G. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 13, 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.