Located in a quiet forested area just steps from the shoreline on Eld Inlet, this beach house rental in Washington is in a natural world all its own while still within easy driving distance of downtown Olympia and multiple National and State Parks.
The main house is freshly renovated, with a colorful blue wash exterior, sustainable plank flooring, and updated modern comforts throughout that complement the natural scenery.
The fully-equipped kitchen, breakfast area, and living room open out to the deck, and there are two bedrooms, one with a king bed and one with a qeen bed that sleep up to four (with optional sofa bed that can accommodate two additional guests).
The deck is the perfect spot to lounge and dine, with magnificent views of Mount Rainier and the water.
Adjacent to the main house with direct beach access, the charming cottage comes with a fully stocked kitchen, newly renovated bathroom, and a full sized bed. The dining area is perfect for dinner for two, and the private patio is a nice spot for a morning coffee to enjoy the lovely views of Puget Sound.
The gardens of wild huckleberry and ferns, a rare sequoia, and towering Douglas Fir trees are the perfect escape with a hot tub for soaking under the stars.
Wifi throughout with cable TV, kitchen and bath amenities, laundry facilities. Hot tub access in the garden. Ample parking.”
RV parking available at the top of the driveway upon request. Optional itinerary add-ons available including: kayak rentals, In-house massage, power boat cruises and sunset sails, water sports.
Washington’s Olympic Peninsula has some of the most lush and unspoiled natural beauty that the state has to offer, with gorgeous waterways in and around the mountains and ancient forests outside of the state capitol. Percival Landing is one of its three waterfront parks, located on the southern most tip of Puget Sound along Budd Bay. A bustling town hub, it has a lovely walkable harbor and restaurants in the heart of downtown.
Closer to home, charming local towns to visit include Hoodsport, Lilliput, Quilcene, Port Townsend and Port Angeles.
Just over a mile away, Frye Cove Beach Park is a great spot for forest walking and nearby Pickering Passage, named for the 19th century naturalist Charles Pickering, is a beautiful strait to explore that runs near the property.
Taylor Shellfish Farms in Shelton is a twenty minute drive, and is the best local spot for the area’s famous oysters and seafood.
The local ferry from Port Angeles can take you on day trips to Victoria, BC.
Olympia Washington. Nearest Airport: Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (70 miles), Portland International Airport (126 miles)
BEST TIME TO VISIT: Depends on seasonal preference and the vibe you’re looking for. Water sports and sun and activities in the summer, quiet contemplation in the winter. The Pacific Northwest does get rainy and dark in the winter, but it’s usually above freezing and beach walks, hiking, and time in front of the fire or in the hot tub are all lovely year round.
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