- Puget Sound North, Bainbridge Island
- Puget Sound North, Bellevue
- Puget Sound North, Bremerton
- Puget Sound North, Camano Island
- Puget Sound North, Covington
- Puget Sound North, Edmonds
- Puget Sound North, Everett
- Puget Sound North, Hansville
- Puget Sound North, Hood Canal, Puget Sound
- - Belfair
- Puget Sound North, Issaquah
- Puget Sound North, Kent
- Puget Sound North, Kingston
- Puget Sound North, Kirkland
- Puget Sound North, Lake Roesiger
- Puget Sound North, Lake Sawyer
- Puget Sound North, Marysville
- Puget Sound North, Olalla
- Puget Sound North, Port Orchard
- Puget Sound North, Poulsbo
- Puget Sound North, Redmond
- Puget Sound North, Richmond Beach
- Puget Sound North, Sammamish
- Puget Sound North, SeaTac
- Puget Sound North, Snohomish
- Puget Sound North, South Seattle
- Puget Sound North, Vashon Island
- Puget Sound North, Warm Beach
- Puget Sound North, Whidbey Island
- - Clinton
- - Coupeville
- - Freeland
- - Greenbank
- - Holmes Harbor
- - Langley
- - Maxwelton Beach
- - Mutiny Bay
- - Oak Harbor
- - Useless Bay
- Puget Sound North, Woodinville
- Puget Sound South, Allyn
- Puget Sound South, Anderson Island
- Puget Sound South, Gig Harbor
- Puget Sound South, Grapeview
- Puget Sound South, Home
- Puget Sound South, Longbranch
- Puget Sound South, Olympia
- Puget Sound South, Puyallup
- Puget Sound South, Shelton
- Puget Sound South, Steilacoom
- Puget Sound South, Tacoma
- Puget Sound South, University Place
Recent Washington State reviews
"We spent 3 wonderful days and nights in this Puget Sound Paradise. It felt like we were on a houseboat when out on the deck with the waters of the Sound gently lapping the beach below us! The home is modern, well-equipped and comfortable. The owners are gracious, professional and helpful. The home and property are well-maintained. The privacy, quiet and peace we experienced while staying here were magical as many others have commented. The kayaks, bikes, large portable fire pit, propane grill, grassy lawn area, many books and games and ever-changing tides were all a bonus. Since both COSTCO and Trader Joe's are less than 15 minutes away, we shopped there before beginning our stay. After that - we never left! No need to as all our wishes were accommodated on site. This property is a gem and we hope to be able to return and enjoy it again!!!!"Guest: E & JC Date of Stay: September 2014 Review Submitted: September 17, 2014View listing
"We went to a wedding near by at Pine River Ranch and this could not have been a better location, we even walked to and from the venue. This is a great cabin that is easy to get too. Great restaurants nearby and Leavenworth is a still close 15 mile drive. The hot tub was great sitting under the stars and was enjoyed by all (comfortable for 5 to 6) .There are plenty of outdoor activities to do and hiking nearby. My only recommendations would be more chest of drawers (only in 1 bedroom) to put your things in and more closet access (we had formal wear that needed to be hung up and there was no closet or bureau in the upstairs bedroom). We had a great time and would come back in a heartbeat."Guest: Jeannine G. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 21, 2014View listing
"My wife and I stayed at the Gig Harbor Guest House for 12 days. It was a most enjoyable and pleasant stay. Without hesitation, we highly recommend the Guest House. The house is as close to the water as one can be, very close to the historic downtown, quiet, modern, and just a superb place to stay and kick back. Marlene is an excellent hostess. She provides everything that a guest would expect and wish to have to make a stay comfortable. And before you leave take a look at the name of the dock and the pictures of the fishing boats on the walls - there is a fascinating connection with local history and heritage! Great place - highly recommended."Guest: George Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: September 9, 2014View listing
"I have rented many homes from VRBO, but this home is my favorite. The house is well-stocked with all essentials. I am also quite particular about cleanliness and this house was very clean. There is a great basement level for children. The location is excellent! Just be warned that Queen Anne is very hilly, so if you are headed towards the Space Needle, you'll have to walk uphill on the way home. Or if you head to the top of Queen Anne, the walk up is fairly steep. No problem for our family, but the topography is hilly. The views from the home were also quite nice. Overall, I love this home, and hope to return again the next time we visit Seattle."Guest: JOMommy Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: August 5, 2014View listing
Washington State Travel Tips
Washington is a celebration of the past and the present, bringing together the state’s history and background and its current innovations and culture to create a unique and exciting part of the United States.
Through each of the seasons, Washington is a delightful place to visit, with abundant outdoor activities, many coffeehouses, delicious food and wine and other cultural experiences. Washington is also known for its music scene, software companies, beaches and shops, so there’s certainly something to make everyone happy here during a visit.
Things to Do in Washington
Space Needle: A landmark of Seattle, the Space Needle is the perfect place to take in stunning panoramic views from the observation tower. It was originally built for the 1962 World’s Fair and stands at 605 feet high. Marvel at the stunning Seattle skyline views while enjoying a meal in the rotating SkyCity restaurant.
Pike Place Market: Also in Seattle is the famous Pike Place Market, a public market overlooking Elliott Bay. It’s one of the oldest continuously operated farmers markets in the United States and is a place for farmers, merchants and craftspeople to sell their goods.Make sure to check out the original Starbucks, and don't miss the famous fishmongers. These hearty gentlemen are known to lob giant tuna from one end of the stall to the other, which always thrills travelers.
Museum of Flight: Space lovers will enjoy a trip to the Museum of Flight. This space museum was established in 1965 and is the largest private air and space museum in the world. It also hosts children's education programs, so don't hesitate to bring the kids along. Learn all about the history of flight and space, crafts used during WWI and II, and explore the variety of exhibits.
Seattle Great Wheel: Built in less than a year, the Seattle Great Wheel is a giant Ferris wheel on Elliott Bay. Since its opening in 2012, the wheel has been a great attraction for visitors to Washington and is the tallest Ferris wheel on the west coast. Ride in one of the 42 enclosed gondolas and watch stellar views of Seattle pass by.
Museum of Glass: While in Tacoma, a trip to the Museum of Glass is a must. The museum is a beautiful space dedicated to celebrating the studio glass movement through supporting artists, providing education and encouraging creativity. Visitors can explore the permanent and temporary exhibits, witness live glassmaking and visit the educational studio for a total art experience.
EMP Museum: Formerly known as the Experience Music Project and Science Fiction Museum, the EMP Museum is a leading-edge organization dedicated to the ideas and risks that foster contemporary popular culture. Those who have a love of music, science fiction and all things modern are sure to want to make this a must-see. Serving multigenerational audiences through exhibits, collections, interactive technology and educational programs, EMP Museum strives to educate and enrich everyone who visits.
Bellevue Square: For a day full of shopping at some of Washington’s best stores, you’ll definitely want to stop at Bellevue Square. With more than 180 different shops, there’s certainly bound to be something for everyone. For a post-shopping meal splurge, Bellevue Square also features a variety of restaurants to suit any craving.
Outdoor Attractions in Washington State
Peace Arch: History buffs will enjoy a visit to the Peace Arch, a monument situated on the United States-Canada border. Standing at 67 feet tall, the Peace Arch commemorates the signing of the Treaty of Ghent that ended the war of 1812.
Puget Sound: The Puget Sound is a body of water east of the Admiralty Inlet, and ocean water travels through the sound from the Pacific Coast.The sound is home to a diverse ecosystem and is an ideal place for those looking to cast a line, explore the area on a hike or simply watch the ripples in the water to melt away stress.
Snoqualmie Falls: One of Washington state’s most popular scenic attractions, Snoqualmie Falls is well-known for appearing on the television show "Twin Peaks." Head to the Snoqualmie Falls observation deck to fully experience the wonder of the site and enjoy the beautiful scenery.
Olympic National Park: Spend some time outdoors exploring Olympic National Park. With the Pacific coastline, rainforest, Alpine areas and forests, there’s plenty to explore through this diverse setting. Take in the stunning mountain views along with meadows full of wildflowers and calming ocean waves. It’s the perfect place to spend a day with Mother Nature!
Mount Rainier National Park: Be sure to lace up your hiking boots and head to Mount Rainier National Park. Here you can see a stratovolcano as well as mountain peaks, waterfalls, wildflower meadows, forests and glaciers. Mount Rainier offers a diverse scenery that is certain to keep you engaged and intrigued as you wander through the park.