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Escape to Seal Rock for a relaxing and fun-filled experience. Enjoy nature at its very best. Our home (3080 square feet) is two-story with the first floor wheelchair accessible and includes a large gourmet kitchen with double oven and island, and a more than ample dining room with table seating for 14, large living room. The main floor bedroom has your choice of a king-sized bed or two extra-long twin sized beds, and wheel chair accessible shower. The second floor offers the master bedroom w...
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Property type: House
Room type: Entire Home
Iron & Board
Iron & Board
Price: $252 / night
Suitable for children (2-12 years)
Suitable for infants (Under 2 years)
Not suitable for pets
No parties or events
Check-in time is 12 PM - 2 PM
Check out by 2 PM
Cancel within 48 hours of booking and 14 days before check-in to get a full refund. Cancel up to 7 days before check in and get a 50% refund (minus service fees). Cancel within 7 days of your trip and the reservation is non-refundable.
1 night minimum stay
Great big roomy house, clean, comfortable, and helpful host.
My group of 10 ladies enjoyed our quilting weekend at Seal Rock. When we arrived, the beds were not set up as we had requested, but within 10 minutes of our request, they were working to fix them for us. Pretty impressive response time. There were enough comfortable beds for everybody in this very large house and the bathrooms are huge. The kitchen was very well equipped with everything we needed. We moved the furniture around so that we could set up the tables we brought in the living room and we managed to all fit in one room which made it nice for visiting. The views from the house were amazing, so even though it rained all weekend, we still were able to enjoy the beauty of the area. The hot tub was nice so we could enjoy being outside in the rain. We went out to dinner at the Geoduck Restaurant/Bar and got plenty of attention - I think we were the only non-locals there. The food was yummy (the clam chowder was gluten free for my friend who is intolerant) and the jukebox was fun! The deposit is steep, but at least it was very promptly reimbursed after our stay.
We have used Kreger Properties with family, friends and for a work-related retreat. Seal Rock is in a beautiful location on the water. The beach is covered with oysters that are easily accessible, even without low tides. It is located at the end of a dead end road that is close to a state park that provided acres of walking trails even though i was closed this time of year). Even with a road between the house and water, it was more like a paved walking trail with very little traffic. It was perfect for walking near the edge of the water, enjoying the spectacular views of water, forest and mountain. The views from each room gave one the feel of being wrapped in nature. We had 5 couples and there were plenty of living spaces to have alone time as well as great group gatherings. The kitchen is amazingly well appointed for a group of people that love to cook together. The large table provided a wonderful place to eat and share time together. The master suite is beautiful, relaxing and a total getaway, even from the rest of the house. The bathrooms were large and well located for sharing between the rest of the bedrooms. The place is spotless inside and out. Even in rainy weather we were able to enjoy the outdoor grill, sat on the deck between showers and enjoyed the fire pit together. There is ample furniture outside to relax together or in separate locations around the property. The owners are very prompt with replies to questions. They worked hard to make sure our stay was relaxing and enjoyable. They have anticipated what people need to relax and enjoy.We have used several VRBOs and this has been our favorite for location in a natural setting with well appointed spaces and excellent service.
This was the third time I've rented from this owner. Like Nature's paradise, another one of her rentals, this place is serene and immersed in everything that's amazing about the Pac NW - towering trees, fresh air, and sweeping views of the sound from the beach. This location is more spacious than natures paradise, although nature's paradise's location directly abuts to the water (this one has a road between it and the water). The house itself is well situated to entertain large groups of people. We had 6 people and it was a bit big for us, but still felt like a home away from home. In hindsight I would have left the dogs at home.
There were eight adults coming together to celebrate our parents' 70th anniversary at Seal Rock! We came from Gig Harbor, WA, Salem, OR and Piercy, CA. We were welcomed at Seal Rock by a nice basket of Seattle coffee, popcorn and s'more stuff in a basket on the counter with a big bow on it! The windows took advantage of the view from almost every room in the house. We saw many seals and some other wildlife almost any time we looked out a window. We enjoyed a feast of oysters at the house that were picked from the beach right across the small street! We started out day 2 with a delicious breakfast at Halfway House Restaurant. Then we took a leisurely drive to Union enjoying Rocky Creek Falls, a garage sale at the Skokomish Valley Grange Hall, George Adams Salmon Hatchery, Hama Hama Oyster Company, Hoodsport (where we had Olympic Ice Cream), Brinnon General Store and Hunter Farms fruit stand. We stopped off at Alderbrook Resort and stumbled into a reception time of steamed clams and wine. Lots of pictures were captured of the beautiful Hood Canal. We ate dinner at Robin Hood Village Resort. Robin Hood has a fun history but the food was not great. Day 3 started out at a Flea Market then back to the house for breakfast. The kitchen was well equipped with everything we needed to make a nice breakfast of Swedish pancakes, bacon and peaches bought at Skokomish Valley. Then we took an hour trip up to Port Townsend where they were celebrating the Wooden Boat Festival! There were many fun, small shops to explore. We topped off the night back at the house with a bonfire and s'mores. Day 4 we packed up and headed home. We ended our time together enjoying a delicious breakfast at Alderbrook Resort in Brinnon. They surprised our parents with a special dessert with Happy Anniversary written on the plates! We really enjoyed our stay at Seal Rock. There were many things to do but we could've also had a great time just lounging at the house. The house was extremely clean. Everything we needed was there. There was plenty of room for all of us. The house is close to Hiway 101 but road noise was not bad. We had a need to contact the owners once. She picked up the phone immediately and took care of our issue right away. We would definitely recommend this property to our friends and relatives.
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