This is a comfortable, classic 1940s cabin in the Puget Sound community of Hansville, Washington. It is just a 5 minute walk to the historic Point No Point Lighthouse, the oldest lighthouse on Puget Sound, home to the U.S. Lighthouse Society. The lighthouse park has miles of sandy beach, picnic tables, hiking trails and views of Mt. Baker, the Cascades and shipping traffic. Fish, crab & fly your kite from the beach.
The cabin has two bedrooms, both with queen size beds, two bathrooms, one with a bathtub/shower and a queen size sleeper sofa in the livingroom. One bedroom & bath have a separate entrance for privacy. The cabin has a fully equipped kitchen with a microwave oven & dishwasher, a stone fireplace (propane), basic cable tv, a DVD player, a stereo, a propane BBQ, a large deck with a picnic table that seats 6 and a washer & dryer.
Basic condiments, spices, linens, hair dryer, iron & ironing board, laundry & dish soap are provided. 2 night minimum.
Because one of the bedrooms and bathrooms and the living, dining and kitchen areas of the house are up a flight of stairs, it might not be accessible to guests with mobility issues.
The cabin is just a 5-minute walk to the historic Point No Point Lighthouse and park with its wildlife reserve, hiking, horseback riding and bike trails, picnic tables, miles of sandy beach and views of Mt. Baker, the Cascades and shipping traffic. Fish, crab & fly your kite from the beach.
Visit the nearby Nature Conservancy beach on Hood Canal.
It is a short drive to the villages of Kingston, Poulsbo, Port Gamble and Winslow with their quaint shops, farmer's markets, golf courses and great restaurants. Take a day trip to the Olympic Peninsula where you can visit Port Townsend, Port Angeles, Hurricane Ridge in the Olympic Mountains and Sequim's lavender farms.
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