Private Hand-Crafted Country Tiny House.

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  •  Type: Cottage
  •  Beds: 1
  •  Baths: 1
  •  Sleeps: 6

Description

Nestled in a natural meadow overlooking its own private pond and a partial view of the Olympic Mountains, this small and spacious cottage has all the peace and tranquility you could want. You can lounge on the porch in your pajamas all day if you like, enjoying the pond and the Bald Eagles nesting in the nearby trees or enjoy easy access to surrounding trails and peaceful roads that lead into the Olympic National Park. 
 
This hideaway is ideal for 2 people although it can sleep 5. The main pond-view room has a single window-seat bed, and a sofa that converts to an excellent queen air-bed. You can cook with ease in the full kitchen, complete with everything, including spices and basic condiments. Up the ladder is a roomy loft with a memory-foam queen bed and a single mattress. You will find fine linens, towels, along with plenty of wood should you want to use the wood stove. 
 
The Olympic Peninsula has more diversity than anywhere else in America. You can find almost anything your heart's desire. Ten minutes away are Sequim, Port Angeles, the world's longest sand spit, the ferry to Victoria, B.C., Canada and the Olympic National Park. Within 20 minutes you can venture into the moss covered rain forest, enjoy a stunning glacier carved lake, hike hundreds of miles of wilderness with crystal clear rivers, be awed by sandy rugged beaches and soak in natural hot springs.
 
Keywords: Tiny House. Private NW Cottage. Tasteful, high quality accommodation with all amenities. 10 minutes to  Olympic National Park. Surrounded by private meadows yet close to everything the Olympic Peninsula has to offer. Located between Sequim and Port Angeles, three miles off the freeway into the natural environment, yet safe and protected.

Owner info

CONTACT OWNER

  • Suzann Pilot
  • Martin and Suzann are owners and full-time managers of Olympic View Cabins. They are close by so are available whenever you might need. Their son designed and built the cedar Compass Rose House in 2010.

    Suzann Pilot purchased this House in 2004

    Why Suzann Pilot chose Port Angeles

    We had a vision for over 30 years of a family compound where we could live and share a beautiful natural environment with our son and daughter. We traveled the Pacific Rim, New Zealand and Canada in search of a place. When we found this place 14 years ago it felt like we had found our dream.

    The Olympic Peninsula provides remarkable natural beauty of almost every sort. We climb mountains and get into areas with pristine glaciers and lakes and see bear and goats and deer, and a huge variety of birds. We love to find waterfalls that few people have found and explore the rainforest mysteries summer and winter. Our children surf the waves as we explore the beaches which have unusual pinnacles and formations, and we collect driftwood and bask on the white sand. We take our family picnicking on the beautiful clear rivers where they often catch Steelhead or Salmon. Skiing and snowboarding and several winter sports are a big attraction. And always, we make sure visitors get into the exceptional Olympic National Park.

    What makes this House unique

    We take great pride in the home we offer to you with meticulous detail. Our son designed his Compass Rose House and we all built it together. Some refer to it as 'elegant camping' since you feel like you are almost out of doors with the openess the home has to all the surroundings. You have all the luxuries for truly comfortable living; excellent beds and linen and great cooking facilities--even the best of organic local herbs.

    Our specialty in life has been to enjoy and appreciate nature and to help others have that passion too. And that is witnessed in our lovely property and the beautiful homes we have blended with the natural environment. For those who want privacy, we provide it. For those who want a serene and restorative Northwest experience, we provide that. Our homes are surrounded by meadows and a pond filled with fish, with majestic trees lining the edges and wildflowers. We have tried to make nature available and enjoyable out of every window and from every deck. Our hot tubs are outside so you can view the stars. You can see the Olympic Mountains in all their array from nearly every window. We want to touch people, to leave a lasting memory of enjoyment and rejuvenation, to have an infectious experience that compels them to want to pass on the importance of our natural resources to everyone.

  • https://www.olympicviewcabins.com/

Terms & Conditions

100% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. 
50% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 

Price Details

Dates Nightly Weekly Monthly
01 Dec - 19 Dec, 2019
1 December 2019 - 19 December 2019
(2 Min stay)
139.00    
20 Dec - 31 Dec, 2019
20 December 2019 - 31 December 2019
(2 Min stay)
189.00    
01 Jan - 21 May, 2020
1 January 2020 - 21 May 2020
(2 Min stay)
139.00    
22 May - 28 May, 2020
22 May 2020 - 28 May 2020
(2 Min stay)
189.00    
31 May - 01 Jun, 2020
31 May 2020 - 1 June 2020
(2 Min stay)
189.00    
02 Jun - 30 Sep, 2020
2 June 2020 - 30 September 2020
(2 Min stay)
195.00    
01 Oct - 31 Oct, 2020
1 October 2020 - 31 October 2020
(2 Min stay)
159.00    
01 Nov - 17 Dec, 2020
1 November 2020 - 17 November 2020
(2 Min stay)
139.00    
18 Dec - 31 Dec, 2020
18 December 2020 - 31 December 2020
(2 Min stay)
175.00    

Additional Rate details

Pet Fee $45
 
Check-in: 3:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
 
Note :
A one time $80 turnover fee is charged.
Guests are expected to leave home in close to the same condition as they found it. (No sanitizing or vacuuming needed) 
There is a $10 per night charge for additional guests after the first two, including children in summer.

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Guest Reviews

Cozy and charming in a very secluded but accessible location


Yes, the cabin is tiny, but it is very well laid out and thoughtfully designed. The pond is beautiful and quiet, with wildlife for entertainment. The nighly chorus of frogs was enchanting. You have solid Internet and TV available, but you don\'t really need it. The kitchen is great, although a dishwasher and exhaust fan would be ideal. But actually washing dishes by hand is part of the charm! The ladder up to the loft is not as much of an obstacle for an old guy as I expected. We had a lovely stay and will return if the opportunity arises. Thanks for the great escape!

Cabin escape


Great little place for two people. Very close to many outdoor adventures in the park. Thank you!

Lovely Getaway!


Great location and very comfortable with all the conveniences of home! We truly enjoyed our stay and loved the private acreage. Definitely will stay here again! Truly enjoyed the hospitality:)

Quiet, convenient, and comfortable


Pond Cottage was the perfect home base for exploring Olympic National Park for two days, and Suzann was a thoughtful and responsive host. We would definitely stay again.

A balm for the soul


This cottage is very private, quiet, cozy and tastefully decorated. The window seat was my favorite spot to read, rest or nap. Our large dog roamed about the yard without any concern of bothering anyone. The second night we laid on the deck gazing at millions of stars. Peace and quiet. It is a lovely getaway with many beautiful natural places to explore. Wish it were my permanent home. Suzann, thank you for the delicious cookies. It was a pleasure to meet you.