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Recent Olympic Peninsula & Pacific Coast reviews

  • Wonderful

    "Our family of seven (5 kids aged 11-21) spent four nights at Anthony's place. We used the house as a base to explore Olympic National Park. We went to Hurricane Ridge, Ruby Beach and the Hoh Rain Forest. We enjoyed wonderful views of Canada and Mt. Baker one night during a campfire/cookout. The house was exactly as advertised and it was nice that Anthony stopped by to ensure we were comfortable. Our favorite dinner restaurant was Kokopelli Grill in Port Angeles. We would stay here again."
    Guest: Jim C. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 8, 2016
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  • Superb Sequim Memorial Day Vacation

    "This was a wonderful property. Well maintained, and many amenities to make the stay more enjoyable. Pool table and games were available. The hot tub (especially under the stars) was amazing. Rooms and beds were comfortable. Getting to barbecue for the family for the holiday was great. Also, check out the beach access. We went down at sunset, and basically had a private beach experience. Overall, one of the best rental property experiences we have had in the Sequim area, and we vacation there several times a year."
    Guest: Stephen A. Date of Stay: May 2016 Review Submitted: June 2, 2016
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  • We enjoyed everything about our early Spring stay at Coastal Breeze Cottage!

    "This was a special experience for us with a first visit to the Washington Coast by our out-of-state relatives on Easter weekend. Coastal Breeze Cottage is located via a short, scenic drive from the Puget Sound area and it was an impressive welcome considering its beautifully designed and furnished home, spaciousness and fabulous panoramic views from every room. We especially enjoyed the easy access to the beach either by a short hike down the hill or, even easier, a short drive to a nearby park that allows vehicles to park on the beach. With lucky timing, the weekend was opened for razor clam digging and our guests especially enjoyed watching this quintessential Pacific Northwest sport. While the kitchen facilities are fantastic for in-house meals at the Cottage, we also enjoyed superb dining experiences at both the venerable Lake Quinault Lodge which is about 45 minutes' drive via the Moclips highway and the popular Ocean Crest Resort restaurant - only a couple of blocks walk from the Cottage. Impeccably maintained, clean and comfortable, the Coastal Breeze Cottage combines the relaxing beach atmosphere with all the modern conveniences."
    Guest: DeAnne Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: April 6, 2016
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  • Comfy Aberdeen Cottage....

    "Wow~ We had such a lovely stay in your home, Susan and Grace! We have attempted to book a few other times, but it was already taken. My family roots are in the harbor, and we have always stayed with family. It was nice to have a little getaway. What a cute little home. We do plan to be back and almost want to keep your place a secret...but won't! The beds, especially the guest bedroom, were extraordinarily comfortable! Our first day there, the harbor had a record high 96 degrees! Your fans were very helpful! For those seeking history of the area, the Aberdeen Museum is a must, and for those following the Kurt Cobain story, also a HUGE must for them! Thank you for providing such a cozy home for your guests. We completely forgot to leave a tip for your housekeepers, they do an excellent job! HOW do you keep linens so white!? Hopefully homes likes yours will draw others to Grays Harbor and help revive the little community! I wonder if rentals can belong to the Chamber of Commerce? Everywhere we visited, I brought back and left brochures and business cards! Wonderful wine tasking room down town that is owned and run by a local! Aberdeen also has a new young mayor (son of the owners of Duffy's, where you can get good fried razor clams) who has a vested interest in reviving Aberdeen...VERY exciting for the area! Hints...use GPS as many Aberdeen street signs are missing! Also, home 'instructions' needs to be updated on key/code and trash cans. We assumed blue lid was recycle!"
    Guest: Henry D Z. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: June 13, 2016
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