You'll feel your cares drifting away at the Hood Canal Beachfront Bungalow. At the end of a forested country lane, you'll find your supreme waterfront vacation experience on one of the best beaches on Hood Canal. This cozy 2 bedroom, 1 sitting room, 1 bath home will accommodate up to 4. $170 – $195 per night
At the bottom of the short stairway is a cement platform atop the bulkhead. At high tide, water comes up to the bulkhead making it easy to launch your kayak. The round rock beach leads to sand at low tide, perfect for beach combing and gathering shellfish.
The living room wall of windows looks east over Hood Canal. Sliding doors conveniently connect you to the outdoors and ample wrap-around decking with Adirondack chairs, and a propane BBQ. The living area is fully carpeted and just off the kitchen and dining area. It features a free standing wood burning stove, a plush sofa and a comfy lounge chair where you can view passing boats, and the occasional submarine, through the spotting telescope. There is also a flat screen TV with Dish Satellite. You can use your Netflix or other streaming services.
The galley kitchen features a large fridge, full size electric stove/oven, a microwave and hardwood flooring (no dishwasher). The kitchen opens to the dining area. Fabulous sunrises await you and your morning coffee. In the evening, prepare and dine on your shellfish bounty and other delicious creations around the dining table that seats 4.
Both bedrooms are at the west end of the house with luxurious Queen sized beds and night stands with additional lighting. An additional sitting room serves as a game room, reading room, or privacy room. You decide.
The full bath features plenty of storage, lush towel sets and a full sized shower tub.
Note: The basement and garage are used for storage and not accessible to guests.
On the East side of the Toandos Peninsula, part of the Olympic Peninsula, you'll enjoy a variety of outdoor adventures. Spectacular hiking trails are nearby in the Olympic National Forest in the foothills of the Olympic Mountains. Enjoy Golfing at the Port Ludlow championship golf course. Or kayaking from your beach. Down the road you can enjoy Sunday Matinee "Concerts in the Woods" at the Laurel B Johnson Community Center. And in the evening relax around the firepit roasting hot dogs and marshmallows. All of this and only one hour from the Bainbridge Island Ferry terminal. Or 2 hours if driving from SeaTac airport and wanting to avoid ferries.