Gorgeous very private and fully remodeled two bedroom home full of light and natural wood, with spectacular view on all sides!
Enjoy the detached meditation studio or as a guest room separate from main house. Step out the door to the sight of the Olympic and Cascade Mountains, lush farmlands and the Straits of Juan de Fuca as you take beautiful and historical trails to water nearby on Ebey's National Park Reserve adjoining the property.
Your well appointed home away from home is close to the small historical town of Coupeville. The town and the Prairie are rich in history. Gaze out the window at the bald eagles and the historical 1854 Jacob Ebey home, as well as the Issac Ebey house farther on. Walk the beach and tidal estuary, or spend time on the bluff and the forest nearby. Visit local restaurants, galleries and wineries. Or just come to rest and enjoy the quiet, the fresh air.
Contact Claire to see about making arrangements. All inquiries welcome.
There is a large deck with barbeque overlooking the water and the mountains. A NO pet policy is in place and preference for no small children. The new Eastern Pine floors, heated from below are partial to soft soled shoes.
The Wolf stove is partial to creative cooks. We would welcome small weddings or someone seeking a corporate getaway.
Think peaceful, and also a great value.
When guests book the house, basically the whole house is theirs. Generally, the office area and laundry are not used. The studio can be used as a separate room for added guests. Usage can be discussed and personalized.
I usually meet and greet the guests and show them around and give them a little history of the area. Also I show them a few details about the house. If I can't be here, which is not that often,
I have my neighbor meet and greet who lives privately but nearby.
The house sleeps six people very comfortably.
One or two guests would sleep in the studio that is detached from the main house but just a few feet away. The guests love it as it is a very cozy, private room with great views also.
To be discussed. No high heels, only soft soled shoes, if any. If attending weddings, high heels and hard soles are just slipped on at the main door. Not a problem.
Basically, I ask that people be careful of the wood. I ask that you only respect and treat the house with care. Well behaved children might be accepted but not really a house for children. We worked very hard and there is a lot of love for the place. Most suitable for romantic getaways, walking and resting. Small corporate stays acceptable too. No pets.