Cozy updated 1908 Old Town 1 bedroom cottage on a cobblestone street, w/ hot tub, Puget Sound and territorial views. Perfect for a romantic getaway or as a local base station. 2 blocks to small grocery and 2 different bus lines, 5 blocks to waterfront, restaurants, cafes, spas, wine bars, taverns, parks, amenities. Full kitchen with necessities, small bathroom with toiletries, WiFi, Cable TV, games, art, books, relics. Hide-a-bed in living room. Small fenced backyard. DVD/VHS/Stereo/jack, media.
Sorry, no pets. Please quiet down after 10PM. Smoking allowed outdoors only. Please always shower thoroughly before hot tubbing to ensure a clean and sanitary experience for all. Paid guests only in hot tub. Please do not leave children unattended in the hot tub. Take what you brought and please leave what you found. No unregistered overnight guests please. Absolutely no parties or gatherings without prior clearance. Water restrictions are currently in effect. Short showers and fewer towels appreciated. Please clean and replace all dishes into cupboards prior to departure.
Если вы отменяете бронирование за 5 дней до поездки или раньше, то мы вернем всю сумму бронирования. Если вы отменяете бронирование меньше чем за 5 дней до поездки, то мы вернем 50% стоимости всех ночей бронирования, кроме первой. Стоимость первой ночи не возвращается.
We see Carr Street Cottage as a tranquil getaway and don't wish to interrupt or commandeer our guests. That said, call or text if you would like assistance, input, opinions or guidance during your stay and we will gladly respond...
I'm a semi-retired photojournalist and my lovely wife Mary is a semi-retired school teacher. We live nearby on a wooded acre with creeks and waterfalls. We love to travel and hope to do so more in the years to come. Mary loves reading and weeding and I love piano, guitar, boating and designing.
Mary and her friends alternate hosting book club events and I spend a lot of time making too much red wine with my buddies. I'm a local native and Mary is from upstate NY.
"Invitations to travel are like dancing lessons from the gods", Kurt Vonnegut.
"Love as much as you can from wherever you are", Thaddeus Golas.
"Be the change you wish to see in the world", Mahatma Gandhi.
"One of the last true human freedoms is the right to choose one's own attitude in any given situation", Viktor Frankl