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USA Washington Puget Sound Greenbank Listing #8667

Carriage House - Greenbank, WA

14 reviews
Max occupancy: 2 1 Queen Bed 0 bedrooms 1 bathroom No pets 
835 East Christenson Road #7, Greenbank, WA 98253

Cozy log cabin in beautiful surroundings - perfect for couples!

Give your special someone the quiet, relaxing, romantic vacation they deserve at this log cabin on Whidbey Island! With a lovely rustic atmosphere, you may never want to leave this inviting Greenbank home.

This cabin for two sits just south of the tiny town of Greenbank, where it shares 25 acres of secluded forest with four other nearby cabins. After dropping off some groceries from the Greenbank Store, you can step outside and admire the swaying trees and lush ferns. Bring a few breadcrumbs and watch the ducks frolic on the pond.

The interior of this cabin matches the authentic wood exterior. Cozy wood walls, artwork, and other decorative touches will help you leave all your worries behind. You'll even have a wood-burning stone fireplace to welcome you home from your daily excursions.

Two guests can stay in this open, studio-style retreat, with a queen-size bed just steps from the shower and the massive soaking tub in the bathroom. Once you wake up, start the day with a homemade breakfast whipped up in the compact but well-equipped kitchen. Take a seat on the sofa or the nearby armchair and stay entertained with cable TV.

There are five cabins on the property and all can be rented together if you have a group of 16!

When you're ready to head out, you have plenty of great choices. Whidbey Island is dotted with several small beaches, far away from city noise and uncomfortable crowds. After a long walk on the shore, hop back in the car and start visiting some nearby towns. Freeland is seven miles to the south, and bustling Coupeville is 12 miles north. Anacortes is just 30 miles further, where you can catch a ferry to the San Juan Islands and Victoria, British Columbia! And if you want to set up surf lessons, tours, transfers, chefs, or massages, your local operations manager will help you make arrangements.

Save your dates today and treat the person that matters most to something truly special!

AMENITIES

Activities

Board games

Features

Fireplace

Jetted tub

Space heater

Wood stove

Kitchen

Dishwasher

Fridge

Stove

Media

Internet

Cable

DVD player

Stereo

TV

Miscellaneous

Iron

14 reviews

Nick V. Aug 2019
It’s a great weekend getaway cabin!
Rosemary C. Aug 2019
We stayed here 4 nights and really enjoyed the peace and quiet. It rained off and on but the cottage was a comfy place to curl up and read a book.
Alexander E. Aug 2019
Was a beautiful place , well decorated and clean.
The kitchen was fully furnished, all the way down to the limes and a piece of ginger ready for cooking.
Loved this place.
Made my first trip to the PNW so much more worth it
Channa S. Apr 2019
Beautiful. Peaceful. Quiet. Very cozy inside. It's just off the main road but you'd never know it as it feels as though you are deep into the woods far from the chaos of the city. Very relaxing. If you plan to use the wood stove bring your own wood and kindling, as that stored outside was too damp to get started. Other than that it was perfect and I'm already ready to go back
Mitchell O. Sep 2018
Clean, quiet great getaway nice area
Holly B. Jul 2018
Good atmosphere and pretty comfortable. A few small bugs, particularly in the bathroom was my only issue.
Manager response:
We are sorry to see more pill bugs made their way into the house. It's that time of year for them, and the owner does have monthly pest control going to keep it under control. Thank you!
Tracy R. Mar 2018
Rustic, quiet and quaint. I needed a little R&R and this was perfect!
CHERYL C. Feb 2018
Although the furnishings are older and dated, the cabin is cozy and comfortable. The best by far is the bed! I have a temperpedic and while most inner spring mattresses don't compare with the comfort, this bed was pretty amazing. I also truly enjoyed the woodstove once I figured out how to operate the damper. I do wish there was internet, but I enjoyed unplugging for a few days.