Gummy Bear is a solar-powered, dog-friendly cabin on 5 acres in Sequim, Washington. The holiday rental has a queen-sized bed, a double bed, and a couch bed, so it can sleep up to 6 people. There is a bathroom and a bedroom in this cabin, as well as a loft. There is a fire pit and a deck at this cabin. This Sequim cottage is ideal for anyone looking to disconnect from civilization while exploring the Olympic Peninsula. This cottage is like the treehouse of your dreams come to life, with its natural timbers and handcrafted decorations. Approximately ten miles east of Sequim’s downtown, this solar-powered cabin occupies five acres on the Miller Peninsula. You’ll be close to several of the Olympic Peninsula’s best attractions, including Port Townsend, Olympic National Park, Port Angeles, and the many beautiful drives and state parks found around the region.
The cabin sits in a peaceful, attractive area with a big lawn and trees all around it. You can have your evening meals at the picnic table on the deck that wraps around the cottage, and then gather around the fire pit in the yard to tell stories and roast marshmallows. The cabin’s interior is warm and homey, complete with cozy corners perfect for reading a good book. Everything you need for cooking is neatly lined up along the kitchen’s circular walls, giving you the impression that you’re standing beneath the branches of a tree. You can play cards and charades by the wood burner in the living room, or you can relax in the dining nook, the window nook, the sunlit tower room, or the living room (with logs provided). Please be aware that this residence does not have WiFi and can only accommodate up to 2 dogs. Four cars can be parked in front of the house. A surveillance camera watches the street in front of the residence.
Outdoor enthusiasts flock to Sequim, Washington to take in the spectacular splendor of the region’s vast lavender fields. Whether you’re looking for a unique gift from one of the many museums and galleries in the bustling arts community or a great evening out in the city’s lively center, you’ll find it here. Sequim, a sunny and charming town, is the best site to soak in the splendor of the Olympic Peninsula.
Located in Sequim, Washington, right on the Strait of Juan de Fuca, Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge is a must-see destination for nature lovers of all ages. The 772 acres that make up the refuge include all or part of Graveyard Spit, Dungeness Spit, and some of Dungeness Harbor and Bay. There are almost 250 different kinds of birds in this incredible reserve.
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