https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=pD86udBGbTq - will take you to an immersive and interactive 3-D tour of the Apartment. It's just like being there. Check it out!
'Chez ZigZag' is an upstairs apartment that is accessed from 204 S Oak St. (W. 2nd Street stops at S. Oak - so you have to turn left onto Oak) It's only three blocks from the ferry to Victoria. There is a delightful view of the Strait of Juan de Fuca , Victoria, B.C., Mt. Baker and assorted ocean going vessels. The activity of the harbor is always changing. Over 60 different types of boats and ships can be seen regularly.
"Chez" is French for "at the home of", and "ZigZag" is derived from the locally named ‘zigzag’ walkway that connects our street to the downtown area. Chez ZigZag is within easy walking distance of: downtown and an excellent organic grocery "Country Aire" (1 block), a Safeway store with a Starbucks (2 blocks), the Coho Ferry (3 blocks) and Hollywood Beach/ Discovery Trail head (4 blocks). Downtown also boasts a wide variety of excellent restaurants, just a short walk away.
The one-of-a-kind, outdoor fireplace is ready for action. Ample wood is stacked nearby. Each evening the wood is set and ready for you to enjoy your favorite beverage while relaxing around a roaring fire. BBQ a fresh salmon, steak, or burger and enjoy the activity of the harbor and the straight. You might even catch a glimpse of one of the nuclear subs from Bangor passing by. What could be better?
Chez ZigZag offers a memorable home away from home, stocked with everything you might want or need for a wonderful visit to Port Angeles. The owners live on the main level and are eager to make sure your stay is wonderful. They try to be there on arrival to answer any questions and show guests around. Why stay anywhere else!
View our Chez ZigZag in 3D interactive tour: https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=pD86udBGbTq
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