Take a day trip to Seattle - 82 miles
The private beach you have been looking for, 90 minutes from Seattle:
Affordable first class accommodations with a world class view! Kayak, swim, suntan, fish from the beach, play, commune with nature, walk on the beach, relax, heal, hot tub, love. . . Located in Mason Countyon south Puget Sound's Hammersley Inlet. just a few miles from Hood Canal.
Two cabins are separated by Pirate's Creek, providing exceptional privacy for both.
Pirate's Cove Caboose: 3 gorgeous acres with tall firs, flora and fauna surround the property. Take peaceful walks on the trails traversing the property and leading to the private beach. Explore your own private beach.
Pirates Cove Beach HouseEight gorgeous acres with about 800 feet of private beach and breathtaking views of Puget Sound, tall firs and cedars, an apple orchard, big open field and unsurpassed nature and privacy. The Beach House boasts spacious living room, bedrooms.
3 king beds
Tour Pirate's Cove Beach House
Pirates Creek flows gently between the two properties into Pirates Cove on Puget Sound in the summer months. and roars like a Pirate in winter. Shiver Me Timbers!!! Pirates Cove is an exciting place to be all year around!
Complimentary Kayaks included your Rental . . . .
Four included with Beach House and two with Caboose rental.
Posted rates include the first two guests. $25 per person will be added for additional guests
(including children 1 year and older.)
|"Stayed with my wife over a long weekend in September of 2012. This is a really neat concept - this is an old Great Northern RR caboose that has been molded into a gorgeous waterfront cabin. The front part is the caboose (still sitting on rails!) with the roof raised 3 - 4 feet to get a vaulted ceiling appearance, and it holds the living room and the two bunk-beds. The back attachment is the rear wall of the caboose removed to add a very nicely equipped kitchen. Skylights, nice details, and some retro Great Northern memorabilia finish out the cabin.
The main attraction is the outdoors. We saw river otters feeding, a curious Harbor Seal, sea-stars, a coyote, and TONS of birds - loons, cormorants, grebes, etc."
|Mountain and Sound Getaway Blog|
Hood Canal has miles of shoreline for kayaking, nature observing, photography. Bring your binoculars and camera to capture sunsets, wildlife and Olympic peaks in the distance. Enjoy shrimp and salmon fishing, beach combing and spectacular scenery. Hood Canel is a fjord, open to the ocean on one end and bordered by steep cliffs and hills. More info
Twanoh State Park, a 182 marine park with a saltwater shorline on the Hood canel. Enjoy picnics, shallow water play, swimming and water skiing. There is a boat launch. Come in the fall when the salmon migrate home. More info
Belfair, 25 miles north, is a popular destination for many boaters, scuba divers, and backpackers. It is a touristy little town with small shops and cafes, located on the Union River, headwaters of the Hood Canal. More info.
Theler Wedlands is in Belfair's backyard. Birdwatchers, photographers and nature lovers enjoy 75 acre wetlands, where they'll see kingfishers, heron and other birds. Map of Trails.
Union, a picturesque town on the shores of Hood Canel offers world calss restaurants, a boat launc and Marina. 16 miles south of Belfair on Hwy 106.
Shelton, a historic logging town with great restaurants, antiques, a microbrewery and a museum located in the town's original town hall and library.
Allyn, 19 miles away is a picturesque little town where you can get Bubba Burgers and chain saw art. It is home to the George Kenny School of Chainsaw Carving.
Olympia, the state capital, is 35 miles from Pirate's Cove, and offers classy dining, shops, theater, music and all the frills of the small town city.
Olympic National Park: Nearly 1 million acres, this park protects an ecosystem that includes icy peaks, ocean beaches, tide pools, rain forest and a stunning variety of plants and animals. Roads allow access to the outer edges or the park, but the heart of the Olympic Park is wilderness, and a sanctuary for wild animals and hikers. Take a day trip and drive Highway 101 loop around the park and visit Hurricane Ridge, Lake Crescent, Hoh Rain Forest or Realto Beach. Olympic National park has more than 500 miles of trails. More info
Take a drive up Highway 3 to explore the small towns that hug Washington's Puget Sound. Port Ludlow, a recreational community built on the shores of Ludlow Bay offers hikes, wooded trails, clam digging and oyster collecting. Golf, windsurf, fish, sail. A Victorian town, Port Townsend, Washington's was the state's first seaport, settled in 1851. By the 1890's the boom was over, and the town's historic buildings remain. Paulsbo, known as "Little Norway", offers dozens of quint shops and restaurants. Explore scenic Liberty Bay from a kayak or electric boat, or take the historic walking tour of the town.
|End the day with a with a campfire, a soak in the hot tub overlooking Puget Sound's Hammersley Inlet.|
|Posted rates include the first two guests. $25 per person will be added for additional guests (including children 1 year and older.)|
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