"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