Olympic Peninsula Cabin/house Rentals?

Discussion in 'Pacific Northwet - Where it's green. And wet.' started by DireWolf, Aug 24, 2011.

  1. DireWolf

    DireWolf Knees in the Breeze

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    Anyone know of a cabin or something that is pet friendly, on a body of water (ocean, lake, river) on the Oly Pen? On the north or west sides, preferable.

    It's our 10th anniversary trip. Going for about a week, and need to bring the dogs. not looking for super fancy or rustic - clean, comfy, and relatively private.

    No riding - just hiking, lounging, playing in the water, and that kind of stuff.

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  2. earwig

    earwig Crowbar of Embrayage

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    We went up here last weekend.

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    Fits the bill for clean, comfy and relatively private.

    Unfortunately, it's in the wrong part of WA . . . near Mt.Rainier.




    Sorry, I guess I got nothing. :dunno
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  3. cdriver

    cdriver KATS JR

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    There used to be boathouse rentals at Pleasant Harbor, near Brinnon. Not sure if they are still in operation.
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  4. kwisn

    kwisn One Happy Dog

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    Dave to the white courtesy phone, please. You know all thing Peninsula. :bow

    Happy Anniversary!
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  5. Easy-Z

    Easy-Z Me wanna be

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    My sister and her husband stayed at this place once. I don't know if it's too snooty for you but they do allow pets for an extra 20 bucks. Seems pretty private except for the other cabins on the property.

    http://www.sunsetmarineresort.com/

    Port Townsend is a cool little atrsy fartsy place. Probably plenty of tide pools nearby to check out too. You don't have to go too far to see something beautiful around there.
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  6. itsforrest

    itsforrest Ugly bag of mostly water

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  7. oremike

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    Go to Washington State Parks and look for rentals, there are everything from officer row houses up on the sound to rustic cabins back in the woods a bit.
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  8. DireWolf

    DireWolf Knees in the Breeze

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    None allow pets.

    :bluduh
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  9. oremike

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    My bad, didn't look deep enough a couple years ago when I looked for Lisa and I.
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  10. Rainier_Rider

    Rainier_Rider Gone

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    The FS Quilcene has a rental cabin up the Duckabush.
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  11. muddyJ

    muddyJ Shortcut ahead!

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    My folks stay here each year with their dogs..

    http://www.quileuteoceanside.<wbr>com/

    They allow dogs in some of the cabins. If you don't have to be able to see the ocean, their camper cabins are very reasonable

    from $63 a night
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  12. WB-PDX

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    http://www.airbnb.com/

    Lots of private, detached places, and some really nice for very little money. It's amazing what you can get for $50/night in most places. I think you can also search by allows dogs.
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    Theaty Hannington Long timer

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