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Recent Brinnon reviews

  • Location, location, location!

    "This 1960's (?) A-frame sits right on Hood Canal with access to the water via a steepish wooden staircase. The back deck is comfy with beautiful view of McDonald Cove including eagles, sparrows, seals frolicking about! The place does have 2 kayaks, a hammock, and heating device for deck for evening dinners. That being said, 4 adults would be the maximum number of people as only 1 bedroom is private, the second one being up a steep staircase under th "A" which is open to the main livingroom. The livingroom (decked out with 2 leather loveseats, one droopy futon couch and a wood burning stove) also looks out on the sound- very restful. The futon couch folds out to a double bed that kids could sleep on. The kitchen was adequate. (Could have used a teakettle and fridge was a bit rusty.) Carpeting in livingroom and in upstairs bedroom needs to be replaced; however, never had to worry about messing up the floors...Enjoying time at the cabin and on the private waterfront was a real plus.My husband and I also enjoyed exploring Duckabush River (Murhut Falls), DosewallipsRiver (oysters, clams, oh my!), and Hamma Hamma River and eating oysters outdoors @ Hamma Hamma Seafood. Owner provided good customer service and instructions for cabin (turning on/off systems) were clear and easily followed. A negative upon leaving-we were instructed to take our garbage/recycling w/ us except the landfill was not open on the day we left. Had to leave our refuse at the State Park."
    Guest: Susan L. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 20, 2016
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  • Fourth of July

    "This was a wonderful place to stay with our family for the Fourth of July and our twins' birthday. The house was spacious enough to allow privacy for all four couples and it was great to have 2-1/2 bathrooms! The weather was overcast most of the time, but that didn't keep us from swimming in the "warm" cove and hot tubbing afterward. We rented kayaks and crab pots and caught three good-sized male crabs (you do need a license). Had a lot of fun group cooking a fabulous chowder with the crab and the clams we got during low tide. We also made good use of the barbecue. The deck is large with table, chairs and the hot tub, all overlooking beautiful Triton Cove. The kitchen is very well stocked. Bring food to minimize trips to the grocery store several miles to the south. And eat/drink at Hamma Hamma Oyster Saloon, also a few miles south. So much fun!"
    Guest: Melissa H. Date of Stay: June 2016 Review Submitted: July 19, 2016
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  • Great place to relax with family

    "The house was clean and everything was in order per the description on the website. Kids enjoyed the basketball and air hockey downstairs and exploring the beach during low tides. Almost every night we had a campfire and made smores. The house was a great base camp for exploring the Olympic peninsula. Lou even called the day before our stay to make sure we had all our questions/concerns answered. Very memorable vacation! Mark"
    Guest: Mark M. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 9, 2016
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  • Very good.

    "The Gladwin Cabin was a great place for our family's long weekend getaway. The log cabin, though an old structure with a single bathroom, is charming, essentially well cared for & equipped. The owners, Ali and Lance, were gracious hosts & responsive to the needs of our party, which included two toddlers & our family dog. The property, which is located directly on the canal, has a three foot concrete wall separating beach area from the backyard that was a bonus with our group. We enjoyed the access to nearby playground, the ability to walk to the state park & exploring the wonders of the shore."
    Guest: Janet B. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: July 8, 2016
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