3 BEDROOMS & LOFT- 5 BEDS: MODERN & ROMANTIC RETREAT FOR FAMILIES AND FRIENDS!
Johanna and Tim
- english, spanish
About Johanna and Tim
Living in Port Angeles is wonderful! We love to explore the pristine UNESCO Heritage sites here, kayak, cycle, garden and hike. Hobbies include mural painting, photography, travel and archaeology. We enjoy traveling and sports activities. We are a semi-retired married couple. Near Hurricane Ridge Visitor Center, Olympic National Park, Discovery Trail
Johanna and Tim purchased this House in 2017
Why Johanna and Tim chose Port Angeles
Comfortably modern yet romantic home with Victorian accents near the Olympic Park National Park entrance and the Victoria BC Canadian Ferries. Centrally located and perfect for family reunions, active holiday vacations, business traveler accommodations, Free WIFI. Called "The Painted Lady" for it's San Francisco style and colors. Newly remodeled with a 2019 Hot Springs therapeutic salt water hot tub spa and private balconies boasting stunning views of the Juan de Fuca International waters and the peaks of the UNESCO Heritage site Olympic National Park mountain range. Walkable to fine restaurants, parks, breweries and water front.
What makes this House unique
Genuine Historical Feel, Porches and Patio Create Relaxing Ambiance, Plenty of Room for Families, Romantically Decorated for Couples. Gorgeous views and new hot tub. Enjoy New Years and July 4th Fireworks Displays From Private Balconies. Coupons for whale watching tours when available.
Pool / Spa
100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date.
Damage and incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
Children allowed - Not childproof: hot tub/high balconies/stairsNot childproof: hot tub/high balconies/stairs
No pets - No pets. No allergies! No pets. No allergies!
Max guests: 7 (sleeps up to 6 adults) - Welcome to the Painted Lady Victorian Retreat! Welcome to the Painted Lady Victorian Retreat!
Minimum age of primary renter: 25
- One-way driveway for small to medium size vehicles for luggage dropoff and park/exit in rear. Larger vehicle must park/exit front driveway.
- CHILDREN MUST BE SUPERVISED BY ADULT AT ALL TIMES NEAR BALCONIES, HOT TUB, INTERIOR AND SPIRAL STAIRS. MUST BE 16 YEARS OR MORE TO USE HOT TUB.
- MUST READ AND SIGN MANDATORY HOT TUB WAIVER! SOME GUEST MAINTENANCE REQUIRED. LOTIONS OR SUNSCREEN NOT ALLOWED. KEEP LOCKED WHEN NOT IN USE.
Port Angeles haven
Everything was clean, so comfortable, and lovely im every way. I look forward to staying again!
Thank you for your thoughtful review! We strive to make our house a "home" for all of our guests!
Wonderful House in Port Angeles
The house was well equipped with everything we needed from the kitchen to the bathrooms. It was a cozy get away. Tim and Johanna are great hosts. They were responsive to any questions we had. They were understanding and accommodating when our 4 day stay turned into 11 days due to the snow storm that came in while we were there. Will recommend this property to anyone heading over to PA. I will definitely be booking with them again for our next trip.
We were delighted to have you two as our guests! You are both very easy to communicate with and took care of the house so nicely. Thank you so much for taking the time to write this thoughtful review! Come back soon!
Everything inside the home was well labeled which made everything very easy.
Everything was made easy and strait forward.
Wonderful & magectic house
We had a great time staying in this property with our 2 boys. The house was clean, warm and well equipped. The hot-tub was a true delight and the property managers were very accessible, friendly and responsive.
So glad you enjoyed the hot tub and accommodations!
We had an amazing time. The place was so conveniently located within walking distance to the water front. Very clean and so simple to check in and out. Would definitely stay here again and highly recommend it to others.
Activities: Arts & Draughts Beer & Wine Festival and the Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival, Live Theater, Music & Special Art Walk Events, Museums & Historic Tours, Novemberfest, Harvest Wine Tour, Hiking, Skiing, Ice Skating, Whale watching, kayak tours, Spring breakers: foodie and fitness fans! Don’t miss these five fresh and festive spring events in OAT Run, NW Cup Downhill Mountain Bike Series, NW Wine, Cider & Cheese Tour, Juan de Fuca Arts Festival and the North Olympic Discovery Marathon.
Olympic National Park: 922,651 acres of wilderness fit for hiking, beachcombing, biking, sightseeing and even snow sports, the Olympic National Park is the only designated World Heritage Site in the Northwest.
The Olympic Discovery Trail: a mostly paved path for biking, walking and running, extends from Port Townsend to Forks. Cruise by coastlines, rivers, streams, sapphire lakes and backwoods beaches. From downtown Port Angeles pedal out to Ediz Hook for sea, city and mountain vistas. You can opt to stay on the 70+ miles of paved trail, or take the “adventure route” up the hill from downtown Port Angeles for an off-road ride to the Elwha River and Lake Crescent on 26-miles of sinewy single and double-track trails.
Ediz Hook: A natural sandy spit extends from the western edge of Port Angeles’ downtown, which is solely responsible for creating the calm bay. Stroll or bike to the end to see the lighthouse and Coast Guard station, plus keep your eyes peeled for seals, otters, and birds. There are several city parks along the hook where you can spend an afternoon looking for sea glass or shore diving.
Elwha River: After the completion of one of the largest dam removal projects in the country that began in 2011, the Elwha River is now flowing from the Olympic Mountains to the Strait of Juan de Fuca after 100 years. Head to the Elwha River overlook on the dam (located along the Olympic Hot Springs Road) for a birds-eye view, or take a walk along the river trail where Lake Aldwell once stood — you’ll see giant stumps exposed from long ago logging for the first time in over a century.
Lake Crescent: An ancient glacially carved lake situated in the Olympic National Park — and not far from downtown Port Angeles — where boaters, swimmers, and paddlers can revel in the very blue, blue, blue water. Hikers and bikers can explore the trails both above and around the lake including the old Spruce Railroad Trail.
Sol Duc Falls & Hot Springs: Take a dip into a hot mineral pool at Sol Duc Hot Springs. The spring fed pool temperatures range from 99 to 104 degrees with three pools to relax in. After you get in a good mineral soak, you can move on to the freshwater pool. From the hot springs resort and campground road venture off to the Sol Duc Falls. This is an easy hike through tall timber and mossy ravines to see a 50-foot waterfall. The best views are from the bridge.
Whale Trail: Watch the whales go by. The Whale Trail starts in California and runs along the coast of Oregon, Washington and then continues through the Strait of Juan de Fuca into British Columbia. Depending on the time of year and your location, you can spot orcas, minke, gray and humpback whales from the shore. For a better view, head out on a whale watching tour.
From the wild coastline of the Pacific Ocean to serene bays and inlets, the Olympic Peninsula has over 400 miles of coastline to discover on foot, by car, or by boat. A day at the beach is definitely a must while you’re visiting Port Angeles. One of the city’s charming traits is that you’re literally surrounded by a variety of beautiful beaches.
Rain Forests with Giant Trees
The Hoh Rain Forest is one of four rain forests in the Port Angeles area. The Hoh gets most of the attention, which is well deserved. It’s been listed as both a Biosphere Reserve and a World Heritage Site World Heritage Site by UNESCO because its ecosystem has been perfectly preserved for thousands of years. To get to the Hoh, head about two hours from Port Angeles along highway 101 to see gleaming green moss draped over the branches of really, really big trees. The best time to visit is actually during the rainiest and wettest times of year (winter months) where the forest can get up to 14 feet of rain! The other rainforests include the Quinault, Queets and Bogachiel river valleys.
1. NW Cup Downhill MTB Series – Every April & May
2. OAT Run (Olympic Adventure Trail Run) – April 20, 2019
3. Wine, Cider & Cheese Tour – Every April
4. Juan de Fuca Arts Festival – Every Memorial Day Weekend
5. North Olympic Discovery Marathon – Every First Weekend in June