Anacortes House Rental Photos and Description
House, 5 Bedrooms + Other (See Description), 1.5 Baths, (Sleeps 6-10)
Relax in a 5-bedroom hand-hewn log cabin, gathering seasonal organic fruit, vegetables and eggs for a natural back-to-the-land experience. Nestled on 10 acres of Guemes Island forest, experience a quiet, natural retreat, 5 minutes from the ferry to Anacortes and amenities at Guemes' Anderson Store.
Open living area with skylights and wood stove. On first floor three large bedrooms (one with queen size bed, one with double bed and one with double bed plus child-size futon. Full bath on first floor. Two bedrooms on second floor, one with queen size bed and one with two single beds. Half-bath on second floor.
Full kitchen includes pantry with all manner of kitchen gadgets: pasta maker, waffle maker, bread machine,juicer, ice cream maker, grain mill. Attached greenhouse with kitchen herb garden and seasonal plantings of warm-weather vegetables.
Dining area opens to deck with kitchen herbs and quarter-acre organic garden with organic berries and vegetables. Cutting garden with flowers for table. Deck with barbecue and wood-fired hot tub.
Chickens in moveable coop provide about 3 eggs daily.
Keywords: Hand-hewn log cabin set among cedar trees with attached kitchen-garden greenhouse. Quarter-acre organic vegetable garden with apple, pear, cherry, and peach trees. Wood-fired hot tub on garden patio.
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
Guestbook comments from the owner
Just a short note to let you know how MUCH we enjoyed our stay at your amazing getaway. Everyone was super impressed by all the amazing greenery and touches with fresh flowers in every room was truly special. The fire pit and the outside tub were particular favorites. We would love to come and stay again next year if you are still renting the property out :o)
The fresh veggies, eggs,inspiring recycling plan, and really cool dishes were totally awesome and make the place a true home away from home!
Have a great summer, and hope to see you again in 2013
I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately, to front only the essential facts of life, and see if I could not learn what it had to teach, and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived.'
Henry David Thoreau