We made a last minute reservation here for a much-needed getaway, and it was perfect. It was raining most of the weekend and this was a great hidea...
We made a last minute reservation here for a much-needed getaway, and it was perfect. It was raining most o...
Romantic Waterfront Cabin for Two in Port Hadlock, WashingtonPort Hadlock, Washington (United States) view map
Description of Glamping Units
This romantic waterfront cabin measures 500-square-feet, and the Port Hadlock hosts have made the most of the space to ensure glampers will be cozy and feel at home. The outside is painted green which allows it to almost blend right in with the trees that hug it from all sides. A spacious outdoor deck leads guests inside, where they will find a comfortable living area with a warm wood-burning stove and a large shelf stocked with books and games. A dining table seats two alongside the kitchen which contains all sorts of cooking and baking essentials. Perfect for two, a quilt-covered, queen-size bed can be found in the bedroom. The entire cabin is decorated with charm, and windows throughout exploit beautiful views of the water as well as the overgrown trees. Read More
- Kitchen equipment
- Linens provided
- Radio/Stereo system
- Towels provided
For a real chance to unplug, this cabin does not offer Wi-Fi or a television. There is a stereo for playing music to inspire creativity for whatever project guests bring along. There are also plenty of books, and a fully equipped kitchen begging to be used. The kitchen has a fridge, microwave, oven, stove, blender, coffee grinder, and even a slow cooker. The cabin has heating and all towels and linens are provided.Read More
Location + Surroundings
This quirky cabin is nestled into the trees on a property in Port Hadlock, Washington. The cabin is actually in the yard of the owner's main property, but the trees create a natural barrier of privacy between owner and guest. Secluded, the cabin is twelve miles away from the seaport of Port Townsend and 48 miles away from Olympic National Park. It is in close vicinity of the San Juan Islands. Read More
This cabin is truly meant to be a home for thought and creativity. Its lack of television and internet access encourages guests to engage with the nature that so closely surrounds its walls. Cooking could actually be a major activity during a stay here, especially with all of the recipes make possible but the slow cooker. Guests could plan day trips to go whale watching around the surrounding San Juan Islands and see the majestic orcas or drive to Anderson Lakes State Park to go hiking. Port Hadlock is settled in Chimacum Valley, which brings to the table an immense number of food options! The area is known for its local artisan cheeses and organic produce. Guests could spend a day strolling around picking up ingredients to bring home and cook.
- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 30 days prior to check in.
There is a minimum renting age of 21.
Pets are not welcome.
There is a minimum renting age of 21 years old.