Port Angeles Cottage Rental Photos and Description
Cottage, 3 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, (Sleeps 5)
Cozy cottage with great view of the Straits and Ediz Hook. Gaze across to Victoria.
Less than 2 miles from the cottage you can catch the ferry to Victoria, Canada.
In 40 minutes you can be up on Hurricane Ridge to hike the many trails, ski in the winter, or just marvel at the beauty of nature.
Close to the marina and boat launch on Ediz Hook for your kayaking, sailing or fishing trip- we even have parking for your boat trailer.
Minutes from Hwy 101 for trips to Salt Creek Park, Forks, Olympic National Park, the Pacific Ocean, and Cape Flattery.
Magnificent Crescent Lake and Marymere Falls are just a 20 minute ride away.
The Olympic Discovery Trail spans from Port Angeles to Sequim for walking, jogging or biking.
Minutes to downtown shopping, art around the town, Webster's Woods and the Fine Arts Museum.
To stock up on supplies the grocery store is less than 3 miles away.
Port Angeles hosts many festivals throughout the summer months.
Spacious upstairs bedroom has panoramic view of the Straits across to Victoria, the San Juan Islands, and Mt. Baker. Watch the cruise ships and boat traffic on the Straits or delight in a summer sunset.
Enjoy a sunny breakfast on the outdoor patio and watch the deer when they come to lounge in the yard.
Have a BBQ or just sit on the patio and enjoy the view and the evening breeze.
Make yourself at home:
The cottage has an electric fireplace, Cable TV, VCR/DVD with limited titles.
The full kitchen has a DW and microwave as well as a full compliment of appliances.
A washer/dryer combo is provided for your convenience.
- children welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
Why Marie chose Port Angeles
We feel in love with Port Angeles in 2009 and found a home that let us connect with the sea. We love watching all the activity in the Straits and have a little group of deer that love to lounge in the yard. The Port Angeles Community is vibrant with many weekend festivals throughout the summer and the Olympic Peninsula offers unlimited opportunities for hiking and exploring. Art is alive from downtown sculptures and galleries to the Fine Arts Museum and Webster's Woods.
We hope you enjoy your stay and come to love the North Olympic Peninsula as much as we do.