Rainier National Park 2. The upstairs apartment features original brick accents, an open concept lounge space, sloping architectural ceilings, and classic furnishings. You will feel like you are on top of the world in your own private suite that occupies the entire top floor of this Historic Victorian home! This updated, beautiful, living space is perfect. The Kitchenette has what you need to cook a meal.
Coffee, tea, and a small snack will be available upon your arrival. Enjoy partial sunrise views in the morning while having coffee at your dining table. Then enjoy the warm sunset and a glass of wine on this homes beautiful front porch. The master suite includes a luxurious rain shower and romantic sleeping area with sunset and rooftop views to the sound!
Shampoo, hairdryer and ironing board, luxurious bedding and towels provided.
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Warm cozy fireplace with soft throws for the chilly day. Roku, DVD player, with a large selection of CDs, and the internet will be ready for your convenience. Just want to read or meditate, perfect space available for that as well. Cleanliness and communication are most important to the Super Host. Enjoy a peaceful walk through a quiet neighborhood while soaking in the peaceful surrounding.
Discover the area's many shopping and dining experiences! Revamped Loft in Historical Victorian with Porch. Just up the street from several beach parks, the Aloha Tiny House includes everything you need for a comfortable stay all wrapped up in a cozy tiny house with your own parking spot and private entrance and deck. The Aloha Tiny house, private parking, entrance and deck are separate from our house below.
We actually lived in the tiny house while we were building our main house and it is cozy and sturdy in all weather. Don't forget to look up; a bald eagle family lives in the neighborhood and we also enjoy seasonal osprey, blue herons, stellar jays, and other fun bird watching.
The storage loft also stores the ironing board and extra bedding if someone wants to sleep on the loveseat futon. WiFi is also provided.
A lap desk is provided for comfortable laptop use or other projects from the comfort of the loveseat futon. There are also other neighborhood animals, both domestic and wild that pass through our lot from time to time. We have a complete camping gear kit for rent for anyone traveling from out of town. Message us for details. Our street becomes especially quiet once everyone is home from work and the only people we see are neighbors walking their dogs.
Show all. Popular experiences in Seattle. Night Photoshoot in Pike Place Market. Popular homes. A couple of miles south is Browns Point with more restaurant choices and a little store. Closer to Federal Way than Tacoma, which you can see across Commencement Bay, and about a half hour south of SeaTac airport 20 miles away. Don't miss the sunsets, they are spectacular! Smart TV on wall across from bed is connected to internet. Dash Point Dock Park with a beach is a very short walk, about 2 blocks. The restaurant Gino's at the Point is by the dock.
About 2 miles south is a small shopping center with Browns Point Diner and Sandbar, there is our local taproom North 47 Brewing Co great beer, no food but you can grab something next door and eat in a small grocery store at the north end, and another restaurant in there too-it has changed a lot over the years, I think it is currently teriyaki. The Commons shopping mall at Federal Way is about 7 miles away and near the I-5 freeway exit. Beach Bungalow at Dash Point. Come aboard the Skylark Beach House for a heavenly stay. This cozy two bedroom home in Dash Point boasts beautiful views of the sound and the beach at its doorstep.
Not just a beautiful view, Skylark has a deck on the front of the house plus a deck on the beach with immediate beach access.
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There is lots of natural light and two cozy bedrooms, each with a comfy queen bed. Enjoy the full kitchen with microwave, dishwasher, coffeemaker and toaster; smart TV and wifi in open living area This waterfront home has a heat pump for year round comfort. A barbecue, sauna, paddle boards and kayaks are also available for your use! Life jackets required, and provided, for water sports.
Also, while a very fun place for kids, there are some safety risks. The lower beach deck does nothave a railing but a drop-off to the water if the tide is in, or the beach if the tide is out. Either way, it can be dangerous so please take care to watch kids and yourselves. One car only please as the available parking is very limited and shared by several homes. At low tide you can get there by beach, or to Browns Point Lighthouse and park to the south. Watch the tide though, long walk back by road from Browns Point! Skylark Beach House.
Perched on stilts above the Puget Sound, this adorable year old cabin is the perfect retreat. Fall asleep to the soothing sounds of gentle waves under the house. Unplug and enjoy the peaceful setting lounging out on the deck in the sun or curled up on the couch with a good book. Perfect situation for a couple or two parents with young children. After parking in the street parking area, make your way along the walkway of beach houses.
The BumGalow is a short walk down the path. Unfortunately, the pathway is NOT wheelchair accessible and may prove to be a challenge for guests with limited mobility. Please take caution while walking down the path as some sections are uneven. To access the property there are a set of steep stairs you must descend. Located in the coveted beach community of Dash Point, the BumGalow is a beloved beach house with thoughtful touches and all the comforts of home minus the TV. Bodhi's BumGalow.
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Come enjoy my Shipwatch Retreat where you can take advantage of views of the ever changing Puget Sound. This is a place to watch amazing sunrises and sunsets in the summer and fall. Winter is the special time of year to experience the sound of foghorns and watch the dramatic storms coming in from the Olympic Peninsula. From the deck and every room you can watch the endless activity of large container ships, tug boats and barges that pass right in front of you!
This property is 20 miles from Seattle and even a shorter distance to the SeaTac Airport. Tacoma is 4 miles away.
If you have never been to the pacific northwest this is the place to really experience how beautiful it is. A short distance from city, but an escape from the hustle and bustle to spend time enjoying the flavor of this beautiful part of the country. You will also find a wonderful movie theatre and shops. This is a great area for long walks along the water way where parking is easily found.
Seattle is always considered the top tour choice, but Tacoma has so much to offer and traffic is much lighter and parking is never an issue. The Shipwatch Retreat. Newly Remodeled Downstairs Apartment in quiet neighborhood. Full Kitchen, Bath and Laundry room in space. Close access to I-5 Freeway. The perfect location if you are hoping to be close to Seattle and Mt. Perfect for a couple getaway!! If you notice a block out date on Tuesday that is due to deep cleaning coming in the morning. If you would like to book that day if you are ok with cleaners coming in please reach out! The space is newly remodeled.
It is in a quiet neighborhood looking out at the puget sound and Tacoma. Dash point and Browns point are within a mile of the space. Both are great for paddling, kayaking and fishing. Mt Rainer is little over a hour and Seattle is under! The neighbor is a quiet neighborhood overlooking the puget sounds.
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There is a convenient store, brewery, Indian food, diner food, bar and fancy restaurant within 5 minute of the space. The gym has rock climbing, swimming, weights, cardio, sauna and much more. Everything else is each way! There are tons of options between Federal Way, Fife and Tacoma. Puget Sound Beach House. Find yourself just a few steps from the beach at this bright and airy home with soaring ceilings, large windows, and a full kitchen.
This rental also comes with a cozy and fun loft, a deck, and a gas grill for summertime cookouts. What's nearby: Situated in a private beachfront neighborhood, Herb's Beach Hideaway is about as close to the water as you can get without being in it! Stroll along the shore of Commencement Bay and watch for bald eagles in the sky and playful sea lions and otters in the water.
Indulge in additional activities like fishing, sailing, kayaking, kite-surfing, swimming, and biking. Walk or paddle over to Dash Point Park where you'll find a fishing pier, playground, and an additional stretch of beach waiting to be explored. Things to know: Free WiFi Full kitchen with a dishwasher. Relax in your private bedroom near Dash Point State Park and Browns Point, in a wooded setting with exceptionally welcoming hosts. The comfortable queen bed is perfect for one, or a couple. Your nicely appointed private bedroom has a queen size bed, nightstand, work desk, cable TV and a private bathroom for your exclusive use.
Our home is close to a lovely Mexican restaurant, take-out pizza, and a gas station. Dash Point park, with trails and access to a Puget Sound beach, is just minutes away. Browns Point Park and historic Lighthouse are also very near by. Freeway access and a major indoor shopping mall are just 10 minutes away by car. Private room at "The Points". We live within walking distance of Dash Point State Park and the Dash Point Pier, The suite is downstairs with a private entrance, sitting area, fireplace, King size bed with its own bathroom.
There is a Keurig for coffee, large refrigerator, and breakfast snacks provided. You are welcome to come up to the deck and watch the ships pass in and out of Commencement Bay or the sunset over the Olympias in the evening. We have a lovely deck that is great for viewing sunrises, sunsets and the wildlife. It is a short walk down to Dash Point Pier to enjoy the ocean, occasional Harbor seal, Salmon fishing and the view.
Top of Mark -downstairs suite Dash Point. This adorable rental is part of a lovely, converted Victorian home located in a quiet, residential neighborhood. Featuring large windows that allow in plenty of natural light, high ceilings, and a full kitchen, you will not want for anything during your stay here at M Street Muse. What's nearby: This home is within walking distance of several restaurants offering everything from coffee and doughnuts to sushi and tacos. Visit Wright Park, a greenspace with a vast collection of trees, a walking trail, playgrounds, sport courts, and picnic areas, less than a half-mile from your front door.
The University of Puget Sound is just a mile west if you're visiting attending family members or here to cheer on the Loggers. And consider a day trip into downtown Seattle, just 35 miles north. Federal Way is a suburb, and centrally located between Seattle and Tacoma. Close to Puget Sound beaches, shopping, and restaurants. Private Master Queen Suite with bath Rests 2. Browns Point Lighthouse Park is just a few minutes away, with a public boat launch.
The Bunk Bedroom is located on the lower floor, and is the only bedroom on that floor. Browns Point is a quiet neighborhood, partially in and partially out of the city of Tacoma. The downtown Tacoma area is a minute drive, with all you expect of a decent size city restaurants, theater, comedy, jazz If you're into cars, don't miss the LeMay car museum. Imagine waking up to an amazing water view of the Puget Sound. The location is just steps away from Dash Point beach and Dash Point state park. During your stay, cozy up to a warm fireplace in your own private living room. The quite space is ideal for couples, solo adventurers, and Business travelers.
We look forward to having you as a guest. Private and secure apartment below the home that offers a comfortable stay. The space is bright airy and open , located on the lower level of the house - the hosts live upstairs. There is a Entry door to the main house but has a Bolt lock, key lock on the door. Our neighborhood is the kind where everyone knows one another and watches out for their neighbors.
Neighbors on all sides are friendly. Quite and Private. You can walk to the Dash Point beach in 10 min and walk the Pier or just sit and enjoy.
Private with amazing views. Welcome to our happy historic home located in the North End! This bright and cozy studio has everything you'll need for a comfortable stay with easy access to everything Tacoma has to offer. The space has a private entrance, flexible check-in times, and internet and all utilities included. This is a private studio located in the lower level of our home. The North Slope neighborhood one of the oldest and safest neighborhoods in Tacoma and is full of gorgeous historic homes, little libraries, friendly neighbors and their pups. Depending on your direction, you'll also catch glimpses of the south sound.
You almost hear "Location, Location, Location! Smack dab in the middle of Tacoma's 6th Ave District, this eclectic studio epitomizes what it means to be centrally located. Near downtown; near stadium district; near UPS; near the waterfront; a stones trow away from Hilltop. Located above a popular Indian Restaurant and nestled between spas and shops, you will be hard pressed to find boredom.
Shops, bars, restaurants every corner. Rainier Studio Central. Beautiful sunroom with great natural light. Located in one of the best neighborhood in Federal Way. You will find yourself very calm, relax, and safe in this house with a charming sun room and a nice backyard view. We offer complimentary water, light snacks, towel , blow dry , clothes steamer, shampoo, body wash. Located in one of the best neighborhood in Federal Way, this is a relaxing home that is worth to visit and rest your mind. It is near free way 5 and a lot of shopping malls. Very close to super market.
Twilight Sunroom with a Lovely Garden View. Cristal studio is a small studio with private entrance and private restroom. I only wanted to dance. I found the following quote and I have been working through the implications. That provocative assertion became the opening line of Death Benefits, an autobiography-cum-guidebook Safer has written about that most momentous of midlife passages — becoming an adult orphan. The book, published by Basic Books, is due in bookstores this week.
The death of a parent — any parent — can set us free. It offers us our last, best chance to become our truest, deepest selves, Safer writes. Nothing else in adult life has so much unrecognized potential to help us become more fulfilled human beings — wiser, more mature, more open, less afraid.
And maybe healthier too. For the longest time, I could only focus on what was lost as shown by this letter I wrote last year. Dear Mom, This is the first of letters I will write to you. When you died on the 4th of July in at the age of 56, my life fell apart. I have been working on recovery and this is the next stop for me. Every day,I want to call you or write you an email or text. I want to send you pictures of your Great Granddaughter Blythe, of your Granddaughter Kelsey teaching students, of your Granddaughter Amelia clerking for a Federal Judge.
So many things you missed, three high school graduations, three college graduations, all three grandchildren obtaining graduate degrees. Oh my would you be proud. Oh how I loved hearing you laugh and talk about how much you loved your grandchildren. Mom, remember when you saw Ben the minute he was born? I love and miss you everyday. Your daughter forever. At only 56, the best among us was lost.
She was mother, wife, daughter, sister, grandmother, aunt, friend, fellow attorney, active congregant. I am sure I am forgetting something because she was a phenomenal woman whose life touched so many, far and wide. It has been the most traumatic event in my life. In all honesty, there were days, I was not sure I could go on without her. Having three young children, I needed to go on, how to do that was the quest I went on for a good ten years.
I experienced grief as one expects, however in my case, it evolved into depression and anxiety. I sought out professional help and I am sure glad that I did. I experienced so much anxiety about my children getting sick and dying. I slept poorly because I would lie in bed having anticipatory anxiety about waking up in the middle of the night in a panic. There were also many days that I could barely drag myself out of bed due to a major depressive episode.