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Spend just one day in one of our Sequim vacation rentals and you'll discover a picturesque landscape with panoramic views, rolling lavender fields, and endless outdoor adventures! Sequim is even known as the "Lavender Capital of North America", and the fragrant flower blankets the hillsides and perfumes the air every summer. 

Where is Sequim, WA?

Our growing selection of Sequim vacation rentals are located on the northeastern segment of the Olympic Peninsula, just 17 miles east of Port Angeles and 30 miles from Port Townsend. Easily reached by road or by ferry, Sequim makes a centrally located home base for exploring the eastern and northern sections of the nearby Olympic National Park, which begins about 20 miles south of town.

Things to Do in Sequim, WA

Rich in culture and natural beauty, there's always something to do when staying in a Sequim vacation rental! Feed a buffalo from your car window, watch dancing bears, and get up close and personal with more than 200 animals at the Olympic Game Farm

The region is a foodie and locavore's paradise with organic flowers and produce to make gourmet meals in your Sequim vacation rental kitchen! Pick a bouquet at the Purple Haze Lavender Farm, visit the Sequim Farmer's Market or pick berries at Graysmarsh Farm

Spend your afternoons downtown sipping wine at Wind Rose Cellars or exploring the local boutiques, art galleries, and restaurants. Watch a movie in the park during the summer, or catch a live performance from the Olympic Theatre Arts. This artistic city can accommodate all of your passions!

Sequim Outdoor Attractions

The region is an outdoor paradise and our Sequim vacation rentals are surrounded by adventures! Whether riding in a hot air balloon, golfing, or stand-up paddle boarding, this region offers something for everyone. Of course, most visitors will plan a trip to the Olympic National Park, which offers enough hiking trails, hidden waterfalls, rushing rivers, and climbing routes to keep any visitor busy for months.

A little closer to home, charter a scenic boat tour at John Wayne Marina or go geocaching in the Sequim-Dungeness Valley. Hike through the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge along the Dungeness Spit (the nation's longest natural sand pit) to a lighthouse. Launch your kayak at Sequim Bay, an inlet from the Strait of Juan de Fuca, or catch shrimp, clams, oysters, and crabs at Sequim Bay State Park. Bait a silver salmon along the Dungeness River, or view the majestic herd of Roosevelt elk that roam the foothills of the Olympic Mountains. 

Bicycle the Olympic Discover Trail, which connects Port Townsend to Port Angeles, or simply roam the berry fields by foot!

Whether picking fresh lavender or feeding yaks from your car window, our Sequim vacation rentals will allow you to feel right at home during your trip to the Olympic Peninsula!

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