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Recent Washington State reviews

  • Fantastic Cabin Compound for Families

    "Icicle Camp was a perfect place to stay for my husband and I and our two grown sons, who each have a "significant other." We took the main lodge and they each had their own cabin. We were very pleased that the pool was still open this late in the season (Oct), and the cabins were fully stocked with everything we needed. Wonderful place!"
    Guest: Desert Dweller Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 16, 2014
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  • Seattle Business Trips

    "Rating Details: The property manager was very helpful. The vacation rental was very clean. I was more than happy with the location. I was more than satisfied with the condition of the vacation rental. Overall, I recommend this vacation rental. Reviewer Comments: The overall experience was very good. The check in process was seamless and Doug did a great job of showing me everything. <br/><br/>A couple things, I'm not sure how this happened, but the first night, a yellow jacket somehow came into one of the bedrooms. That was a pleasant surprise to wake up to getting stung multiple times. Also, one of the last nights, I was bit by a bug (I think) in the face a few times. Not sure how either of these happened since we never opened any windows and just used the A/C instead.<br/><br/>Overall the apartment was great and would likely stay there again"
    Guest: Jason S. Date of Stay: October 2014 Review Submitted: October 25, 2014
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  • Fantastic Weekend with a Large Group!

    "Every year, the Girl Scout troop that I lead plans a big deal overnight trip to celebrate the end of the year and as a big reward for another successful cookie sale. Usually we go to Great Wolf Lodge, but we changed it up this year and booked a weekend at The Miramar House. Let's put it this way - one night at Great Wolf cost us roughly the same as a weekend at Miramar, so we were already doing better than usual! The house itself is amazing. Seriously. We came with four adults and 16 kids between the ages of 7 and 17, so we rented the main house plus one of the downstairs rooms that sleeps 12. It couldn't have been set up better and it's PERFECT for large groups. Everything you could possibly need is stocked in the house - towels, linens, extra tables, even bikes to take out. There are board and card games, DVDs and Blu-Rays, deck chairs to set out on the balcony and a firepit to sit around in the evening. The kitchen is so well stocked, you're never going to want to leave - all you need to do is bring your own food and you'll find every possible way to cook it. All of the girls want to come back next year - and I think we will be!"
    Guest: missjill40506 Date of Stay: May 2014 Review Submitted: June 21, 2014
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  • Perfect Base For Our Adventurous Vaction

    "My husband and I stayed at Palmer Creek Carriage House for 11 nights and it was the perfect base for our adventurous vacation! We hiked in the Icicle Valley, went white-water rafting on the Tieton, hiked the North Cascades, went to Lake Chelan (took a sea-plane to Stehekin), visited Leavenworth, went to Dry Falls, and more! Palmer Creek Carriage House was so clean upon our arrival, the cleanest place we have ever stayed! A wonderful bottle of wine was waiting for us when we arrived along with a kind note from the owners. Any time we had a question, they answered quickly via text messaging. Love and care was put into decorating and maintaining the inside, including all of the amenities one could think of for a great vacation. The landscaping surrounding us was a joy every time we would look out a window, walk outside or drive home from one of our adventures. We met the owners and they are very friendly and a joy to work with. Before renting, I had several questions and they were answered quickly. We have not one negative thing to say about Palmer Creek Carriage House!"
    Guest: Mary S. Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 12, 2014
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Southeast Travel Tips

Traveling to Southeast Washington Vacation Rentals

Most people are familiar with Seattle as being the main entry point into Washington State. Indeed if you are traveling from the East Coast, Canada or another part of the world, Seattle will be your first point of entry into the state. The Seattle Tacoma International airport has good air links with most major cities in North America and the Far East. There are regularly scheduled flights on most major North American airlines. From Seattle, it is possible to drive to the southeast region of Washington but it is a fair distance that will take several hours. If your travel budget allows, one of the better options would be to get a domestic flight to Spokane. Spokane is a regional airport located in the far eastern region of Washington and provides easy access for travelers to that part of the state. The main metropolitan area is around Richland, Kennewick and Pasco. This is approximately 100 miles south of Spokane. Once again, if flying in, you will need to rent a car upon arrival to get to your destination.

Visitors to Southeast Washington Cottages

Southeast Washington is an area characterized by small towns and agricultural lands. The area is dominated by the Snake and Wanatchee Rivers that feed the region its rich nutrients. It is a quieter vacation destination that attracts people who enjoy nature and a more rural lifestyle. It is a great destination for outdoor adventures and exploring. Birding enthusiasts can sit for hours along the river banks and in the wetlands areas to watch the many species of birds that make this area their home. It is also a region known for its wine, in particular the Cabernet Sauvignon. Wine enthusiasts can tour the various wineries and sample the excellent wines produced locally near Walla Walla vacation rentals. There are many State and National Parks where visitors can enjoy nature walks and wildlife viewing.

Seasons to Visit Southeast Washington Condos

The southeastern region of Washington is known to have the warmest and driest climate in the state. This makes it an ideal area not only for agriculture but also for summer outdoor exploring. The terrain varies from wide river valleys to plateaus and includes the foothills of the Cascades. The season starts to warm in May and by June and July, you can enjoy sunny and long summer days. This is also the peak summer holiday season as it generally coincides with the school vacation period. Even so, it is not a region that gets overly crowded. The season runs until early September when the weather starts to get cooler in preparation for the winter months.

Things to See and Do in the Southeast near Washington State Vacation Rentals

If you are a wine enthusiast, it is recommended that you pick up one of the many excellent wine books on the Washington wine region before going exploring. These books have vast amounts of information on the different wineries, what grapes are grown where, and what the prominent cultivars and blends of the region are. In this way, you can select your favorites and then head to those specific wineries. Many of the wineries offer cellar tours in season and include wine tasting. You can also purchase directly from most of the wine estates.

The region is great for outdoor enthusiasts as there are numerous National and State Parks that have nature trails and wildlife viewing opportunities. You can get information on the different trails and routes from the park information offices. Be sure to take along your camera so you can capture the magnificent scenery.

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