Lilliwaup Cottage Rental Photos and Description
Cottage, Studio + Convertible bed(s), 1 Bath, (Sleeps 6)
Beautifully restored original 1930's Studio Cottage. Sleeps 6.
Dive, fish, kayak, shuck, crab, clam or just relax in our beautifully-remodeled 1930’s non-smoking no-bank beach cottage.
Interior has vaulted ceilings of combed cedar and a really cool bathroom with pebble floor and walk-in shower.
This is a studio unit with a queen-size Murphy bed that pulls out of the wall and two European-style (comfortable...no springs!) queen-size sofa sleepers.
Amenities include flat-screen, DirecTV, DVD/BluRay, fully-appointed studio kitchen, linens, bedding, Weber gas BBQ with side burner, washer/dryer, outside shared fire pit, deck furniture.
Also available for rent is our adjacent 2-bedroom beach cabin (VRBO listing #163757). Rent both for a large group!
Both cabins are located right next to each other, on the beach, with a hot tub in-between (hot tub is tied to main cabin rental). No bank waterfront. Property is on a cove with 315' of private beach frontage. No-bank pebble beach. Easy launching for Kayaks. The location is friendly and private.
We are located One Cove North of renowned Octopus Hole Dive Site on Hood Canal, near Lilliwaup, Washington. We are minutes from Hoodsport amenities and nearby Olympic National Park. A free boat launch is less than 10 minutes away and a sheltered mooring buoy is available right in front of the cabins.
Sorry, pets not allowed.
Note: We own an adjacent cabin and love the beach too! If we're there while you are, we keep a very low profile but we're always happy to help or answer any questions.
Keywords: oyster, oysters, scuba, diving, fly fishing, crabbing, crab, shrimping, clam digging, salmon, shrimp, Olympic National Park, Octopus Hole, Sund Rock, Hoodsport, tourist activities, Hoodsport, Lilliwaup, wine, golf, Winery, hike, hiking, harley, bike, biking, kayak, kayaking, beach, combing, staircase
- children welcome
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
Eric & Suzanne are Pacific Northwest Natives who enjoy fishing, hiking, skiing, and generally enjoying everything the Olympic Peninsula has to offer. They have owned the Hood Canal cabins since 2001, when they embarked on a painstaking renovation. We hope you love the cabins and Hood Canal as much as we do.
Suzanne purchased this cottage in 2001
Why Suzanne chose Lilliwaup
The West side of Hood Canal offers both salt-water fun and hiking opportunities in the Olympic Peninsula. We can scuba dive, snowshoe, hike the Staircase, fish, and mountain climb, all within minutes of the cabin. Very few places in the world offer such diversity. Oh, and did I mention the oysters right outside the front door?
What makes this cottage unique
It's very relaxing. Not just the view of the water , fun on the beach, a soak in the hot tub or storm-watching in the winter, the cabins are warm and inviting. We're less than 2 hours from Seattle, but you really feel like you've gotten away from it all.