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Recent Maxwelton Beach reviews

  • A family reunion for 15

    "A farm house it once was, but it proved to be a three story, six bedroom, nicely modernized and maintained home on a large, grassy lot, fully equipped for a reunion of our now spread out family of three generations. Across a very quiet Maxwelton Road from the beach, with glorious sunsets and a fire pit we gathered and lingered around in to the night. A wide variety of activities are a short walk away: baseball, basketball, volleyball, a playground and, of course, walks along the beach. "Town" (Langley) is a 15 minute drive away. We had little worry about the youngest among us, six ranging from one and a half to 12 years: the area is sparsely populated (less so on the weekends), the road is not well traveled and the very low speed limits are well respected. The home has two laundry rooms and 2 kitchens (as well as a Weber and a gas grill, with all they require at hand). It all made for very comfortable living and was perfect for us. We all hope for a repeat, soon."
    Guest: TED Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: August 29, 2016
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  • This was my favorite VRBO rental so far. The owners thought of everything we needed, clean & homey

    "Staying right on the lake was so peaceful, it is very beautiful. The house is wonderful and very comfy. Would be awesome in the summer especially for a family, we will definitely come back. Don't be worried about the ferry, it does cost money both ways, so plan for that, but overall gets you back and forth very timely. The beds are comfy, the kitchen is great to cook in, no oil or condiments but that is typical. Was able to cook fried eggs which is nice, some rentals pans are awful. Such a great experience and the owners are very responsive and nice. You get the whole house to yourself and feels very secluded and private. Very wonderful rental."
    Guest: Jennifer Mitchell N. Date of Stay: October 2016 Review Submitted: October 24, 2016
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  • First visit to Seattle

    "We loved our stay here in Seattle. Darrell Kirk was very prompt in responding to our emails regarding our stay. Our home was very comfortable and easy to find. We came to Seattle for a wedding but would love to return and we will definitely consider staying at Treat House again. The bed was like heaven. One small suggestion I'd make is perhaps putting a handle on the wall near the shower as getting in and out of the deep tub with the raised tile next to tub could be dangerous. Thank you for a great place to stay! -Dave & Renee from Iowa"
    Guest: Renee H. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 25, 2016
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  • Hidden Gem of Relaxation and Rejuvenation

    "We've stayed twice now (Spring and Fall) are continually mesmerized by the Cabin. The location is quiet and secluded, but with plenty to do. We typically bring games (cards, dice, board games) to play. There are games, books, and puzzles provided by the hosts as well. Lots of beautiful roads to walk and a canoe to explore the lake. Outdoor fire pit and an indoor fireplace make for a cozy 'glam-camping' experience. There is little to no cell service at the cabin, no TVs, and no internet. Its a forced blackout of tech and the break does the soul good. There are also so many state parks nearby, hiking trails, and the magical pies/food of Whidbey Island Pies and Greenbank Farms is not to be missed. Its an amazing getaway and we can't wait to come back!"
    Guest: Ana L. Date of Stay: November 2015 Review Submitted: November 13, 2015
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