Downtown Seattle is 7 miles away. Private 800 sq.ft. Basement Unit with 2 bedrooms (3 Beds) with 3 Bathrooms 2- Private Bedrooms, 2 private 3/4 bath. 1/2 bath off the TV room. 1st Bedroom has a Full size bed, 2nd Bedroom a Twin bed with a Trundle. Off Street Parking. (Please) Park in our Driveway. Up to 2 cars. TV room with Hulu, Netflix, Prism by CenturyLink, WiFi- 1 GB. Mini Fridge filled water. Microwave Private space: Door is locked at all times that separates the space.
“I found this AirBnB to be in the perfect North Seattle location. It felt so warm and cozy when I arrived. The space was super clean, and had everything I needed for my brief stay. The owners communicated promptly and clearly. I appreciated the parking, and the easy self check-in and check out. I did not meet the hosts, but it was nice to know that they were right upstairs if I had needed anything. Thank you so much!”
New cottage, cabin-like, in the heart of Seattle. Close to bus line, cruise ships, shops, restaurants, waterfront, parks, bike paths, stadiums, Space Needle. Our cottage offers a kitchen, w/d and queen bed among other amenities. Built green.
“The cottage was a wonderful cozy place right behind Kathy and Dan's place. Our favorite touch was the heater that is positioned perfectly at the foot of the bed for those chilly Seattle nights. We enjoyed the view of the city skyline and Space Needle from our window. What a wonderful place to stay.”
Beautiful waterfront location. Your rental is the downstairs unit of a duplex located on Beach Drive in West Seattle. We are a mile from Alki Beach and Alki Avenue restaurants and shops.
“(everyone who said the pictures didn't do justice were right) Brian and Amara's place is worth every penny. Magical. Clean. Well ventilated. Fully stocked kitchen and beach supplies. Surrounded by wildlife on a sweet sound-view deck with a hot tub: nothing more you need. The space is perfect for a BBQ, beach walk or just staying cozy while you enjoy the views. Most of all, it is quiet during the day and at night. Hard to believe you are still in Seattle. Marine life: there is a group of harbor seals that like to sun themselves on a floating dock nearby. I saw some raccoons wandering around late at night. In the late spring and summer the low tide between 8 and 11 am allows you walk pretty far out if you have proper foot wear; you can see all kinds of marine life in tide pools, and a bunch of critters in the sand that squirt water up high. I also enjoyed watching the Arctic Terns make their final dives after sunset, around that time you can also walk the natural jetty (to the right of the house) finding yourself surrounded by water at the tip. I hope someday I get to return to this place. Thank you!”