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Just a short ferry ride from Seattle, across the stunningly beautiful, island-dotted Puget Sound, sits the one of Washington's most scenic vacation destinations, the Olympic Peninsula. Our Olympic Peninsula vacation rentals are a great way to enjoy this diverse region, providing a comfortable home base from which to explore the Peninsula's wild Olympic Mountains, ancient rainforest, driftwood-dotted coastline, wineries, breweries, flower farms, charming seaside towns, and farmer's markets.

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Hood Canal Hideaway
2 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 6

Hood Canal Hideaway - Hoodsport, WA

$260 avg / night
The Barn
1 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 6

The Barn - Olalla, WA

$169 avg / night
Eagle's Nest Waterfront Cabin on Hood Canal
2 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 4

Eagle's Nest Waterfront Cabin on Hood Canal - Brinnon, WA

$222 avg / night
Harstene Island Beach House
4 Bedroom | 2 Bath | Sleeps 8

Harstene Island Beach House - Shelton, WA

$210 avg / night
Beachfront Cabin
0 Bedroom | 1 Bath | Sleeps 2

Beachfront Cabin - Moclips, WA

$131 avg / night

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Recent Olympic Peninsula vacation rental reviews

This newer cottage was great! Very easy instructions made for easy arrival upon arrival we were welcomed with clean nautical vibes. This space was so nice! Bottom level has full bathroom and laundry, kitchen( fully stocked with dishes utensils and gear!), dining space, and sitting/TV area - second level has two bedrooms one queen, one twin trundle, and a full bathroom also a small balcony - third level or “loft” space is queen bed with tv and access to the balcony. I would HIGHLY recommend this cottage but those staying there should know there is two flights of stairs from first to second and two flights from second to third this may be a deal breaker for some parties.
Lindsey H. | Jun 2022
Awesome location, quiet and private. Trail to beach was seasonal, but still had great viewpoints to enjoy! We had 2 bunnies, an eagle and deer to enjoy on the lot. My pup felt comfortable, and loved the dog blanket provided + the exterior hose to prewash paws! Compliments to the host for having a very inviting home with fire pit entertainment. (No dishwasher; no central air; no k-cups for keurig). But, We would stay again!!
Chelsea F. | Jun 2022
Very comfortable and cozy place right on the beach. Well equipped kitchen and has great views of downtown Seattle and Mt Rainier from the beach. TVs in all the rooms, comfortable furniture and beds. We enjoyed our stay here.
Ramkumar N. | Jun 2022

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The Towns of the Olympic Peninsula

With its Victorian mansions, maritime heritage, and vibrant arts scene, Port Townsend is one of the most popular vacation destinations on the Olympic Peninsula. A magnet for writers and other creative types, this lovely seaport town is rich with culture -- browse the galleries, see a play, tour artists' studios, and dine on excellent Pacific Northwest cuisine in this darling burg. Looking for Port Townsend lodging? Skip the hotels and book one of our Olympic Peninsula vacation rentals, which offer more creative environments, better privacy, and all the comforts of home.

The nearby seaside towns of Port Angeles, Sequim, and Port Ludlow also offer much charm, including farmer's markets, excellent dining options, natural beauty, and access to the Peninsula's stunning outdoor landscape.

Explore the Olympic National Park and Forest

The Olympic Peninsula is home to its own majestic mountain range, the Olympics. Here you'll find natural hot springs for soaking, serene lakes for fishing, paddling, and swimming, and many beloved hiking trails and rock climbing sites. Inside the Olympic National Park, you'll also find the mystical Hoh Rain Forest, where 12 to 14 feet of annual rainfall make for an incredibly lush landscape, with greener than green ferns and mosses lining the forest floor beneath an ancient and dense tree canopy.

The Olympic National Park is an easy day trip from any town on the Peninsula, and a must-see when you're visiting the area. And if you're traveling with a dog to one of our pet-friendly Olympic Peninsula vacation rentals, the National Forest lands surrounding much of the national park have hiking trails that are open to four-legged explorers!

Whether you're gallery-hopping in Port Townsend, hitting the trails in the Olympic Mountains, beach combing in the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge, or exploring the growing crop of local wineries and breweries, there's no better way to experience this tranquil region than by making one of our Olympic Peninsula vacation rentals your cozy and convenient home base!

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