Private gated community with many wonderful activities for the family!
Pool / Spa
Damage and Incidentals
You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.
High-touch surfaces cleaned with disinfectant (like countertops, light switches, handles, and faucets)
All towels and bedding washed in hot water that’s at least 60ºC/140ºF
Cleaned with disinfectant
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About Jennifer Finn-Miller
Hey folks! My name is Jennifer, and I have the amazing pleasure of working in the hospitality industry! For over 25 years, I've been with our Management Company, Vacation Resorts International (VRI). I started working for them in New Bern, North Carolina and through the years, I've been blessed with living in Southern California, Southern Texas, and now beautiful Utah - all with this amazing company. I am currently working for Multi Resorts Ownership Plan, Inc. (MROP), who is managed by VRI. MROP is a timeshare group designed to allow its members to vacation at over 35 properties located in the Continental United States, Hawaii and Mexico. In these locations, we either own the condos outright, or our organization owns several weeks of timeshare at some of these resorts for our members to use. My job is to help our organization rent any unused space throughout the year. I love my job and what I do, and I would be honored to work with you on your next vacation!
Why Jennifer Finn-Miller chose Port Townsend
You can stay in a quiet, secure location with lots of amenities on-site, and it's only a short drive in to downtown Port Townsend.
What makes this Townhome unique
Depending on your budget, family size and preferences, renting a vacation home over a hotel room or suite for your next family vacation is entirely a personal decision. The convenience of cooking can be cost effective for families on a budget vs spending money every day eating out. Space, space, and more space. On average, a vacation home gives you more than 1,300 square feet in which to stretch out, unwind, and enjoy. By comparison, hotel rooms are virtual shoeboxes with an average of just 325 square feet. :) Vacation homes are almost always more affordable than hotels. Take Maui, for example. The average nightly rate for a hotel room in the Hawaiian paradise is $270 not including taxes.2 A vacation home on the island averages $346.3 Yes, it’s a wee bit more, but remember how much more space you’ll be getting. Factor in the cost of eating out three times a day, and a vacation home with a fully-equipped kitchen can be a significantly better value!