You couldn't ask for a more convenient location! Our home is nestled in a quiet neighborhood at the north end of beautiful West Seattle. Walk 1/2-block up the street for a spectacular panoramic view of the moon over Elliot Bay, the Space Needle, and the downtown skyline.
Our location offers quick access to the stadiums for Seahawks football and Mariner's baseball!
This 1920's home is a classic gem. Overall, our Luna Park Lower can sleep up to eight guests. There are two queen bedrooms and one full bath on the main floor. A third bedroom upstairs has a queen bed and twin-sized daybed. Finally, a second twin-sized daybed is located in the upstairs sitting room. A second bathroom is also located upstairs. There is a spacious living room with soaring coved ceilings. A fully equipped kitchen with breakfast nook, dining room, and basement (coin-op) laundry room complete the space. Towels and linens are provided, as well as basic kitchen gear, coffee, wireless high-speed internet, and cable tv. A portable crib is kept in one bedroom closet for easy access. Luna Park Lower is a pet-free property.
It is usually easy to find a parking spot on the street near the house (free parking, no permit required). Our small driveway is also available for guest use.
The Luna Park neighborhood is located just 10 minutes from downtown Seattle. You will be just a few blocks away from the start of Harbor Ave, which is perfect for jogging, walking, biking and rollerblading to Alki Beach (Seattle's premiere beach). There is also a convenient water taxi (walk on ferry) to take you from the beach to downtown Seattle. The location also features easy bus access to downtown.
Within a few blocks of our house you will find a nice variety of restaurants and cafe/diners such as Luna Park Cafe, one of the best breakfast diners in Seattle. The Skylark features pub fare and live music on the weekends as does The Bridge, all within walking distance from our house. From our house it is just a short drive to Alki Beach where you'll find a myriad of fine and casual dining choices.
This is the perfect jumping-off point for fantastic sightseeing, museums, the Pike Place Market, the Seattle Center (which houses the Pacific Science Center, Experience Music Project and Space Needle) Aquarium, Zoo, fine restaurants, ferries, and all of the hiking, skiing, and outdoor adventure that our surrounding mountains have to offer.