Vintage 1965 trailer on the Olympic Discovery Trail & walkable to downtown Sequim! Sits on just over an acre w/ mountain & pasture views. Feel right at home w/ all you need in this impeccably maintained, cozy "cabin-like" trailer w/ covered porch!
This vintage 1965 trailer is cute, cozy, clean and well-maintained (please help us keep it that way)! We strive to provide a homey and casual atmosphere for you to enjoy as your "home-base" for exploring all that the Olympic Peninsula has to offer. This trailer can sleep up to 5 people; maximum of 3 adults allowed per booking. The kitchen is fully equipped to cook meals; there are extra pillows, blankets and linens as well as a few games for a bit of fun on your down-time. The electric fireplace adds a cozy ambiance and heat without the hassle of wood or gas; just flip the switch! Enjoy the covered porch any time to soak in the fresh air and pastoral views; if you're wondering what that faint strange sound is - that's those happy cows, mooing, or in the evening, it could be coyotes...Don't hesitate to set out on foot or bicycle to the Railroad Bridge Park and Audobon Center (the kids will LOVE it), exactly a mile to the west, or head north or east a mile or two to downtown Sequim for coffee shops, restaurants, shopping and groceries. Everything you need is right here, without having to stay in a stale, crowded and expensive downtown hotel/motel!
Note: this is a brand new listing (as of October 2015) and we are still in the process of decorating and outfitting the trailer, so PLEASE feel free to contact us to ask questions or suggest something we could provide to our guests. We may have forgotten to mention something specific and/or haven't updated the photos yet.
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The whole kit and kaboodle (trailer) is yours to enjoy. You can even venture out onto the covered porch with your morning cup of coffee or enjoy the open front yard with fruit trees and veggie garden (when it's in season).
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There is a laundry facility right around the corner - Rainshadow Laundry & Car Wash at 143 N 7th Ave, close to Washington St. It's just about the only laudromat in town but truly the nicest one we've ever seen; full service, huge, clean, TV & toys, snacks/coffee, friendly staff!
This trailer has it's own septic system. Please limit shower times to under 5 minutes and do not flush or dispose of ANYTHING down the drains except human waste, small particles of food waste and toilet paper. Specifically, avoid flushing: femine products, cooking oil/grease, paint/chemicals, cigarette butts, medications, pet waste, coffee grounds and large food waste - just put these items in the trash, please.
For your general safety and to avoid unnecessarily triggering the many smoke alarms, please avoid using open flame inside (candles, incense, cigarettes, etc.).
Smoking is permitted OUTSIDE ONLY (we are okay with those visiting WA because of the new recreational marijuana laws) and please properly dispose of cigarette butts in a metal can or ashtray. DO NOT dispose of butts on the deck, ground or in toilet! Damage fees will apply...
Please adhere to property quiet hours from 10:00pm to 7:30am.
While pets are welcome to a limit, please note there is no fenced yard around the trailer, and we are near a somewhat busy road, so do not let them off leash/loose in the yard without contstant supervision and please, of course, pick up after your pets.
Cleaning fee does NOT include washing dishes, putting trash in the trash can, disposing of pet waste, etc. Please conduct yourselves in a tidy manner during your stay and we'll be glad to provide the pre-paid service of taking the trash out, putting clean dishes away, washing linens and towels, etc. We are a small family operation and we work full time. We want you to relax and feel at home but please don't make more work for us! ;-)
We live on the property in the main farm-house, with our toddler-age son and 10 bunnies! We are happy to give you complete privacy OR interact to an extent. We like our privacy too, but text us or knock on the back door (during reasonable hours - see house rules/quiet hours) and we're happy to chat/answer questions OR take you into the Bunny Barn for a visit. Ask us the best places to see, eat and explore...there's soooo much to do, you'll want to just go ahead and buy a home here...and I can help with that too!
My husband and I moved from Seattle to Sequim, WA in June of 2014, just days after our son was born, and have not regretted one second, since! I am a Realtor (looking to buy some property here?) and my husband is a talented wood-carver/artist (he can carve your favorite animal while you're here) who works and cares for our son at home. We love to cook and eat locally grown produce and foods - it's abundant out here! We also love to snuggle up and watch movies together; we even love to sing along to our favorite musicals - a rousing rendition of "The Lonely Goatherd", anyone? Our idea of a casual fun evening is a good game of poker with friends, accompanied by a fridge full of hard apple cider. We have 10 pet rabbits (yes, 10, and you're welcome to pet and feed them veggie treats); we're huge animal and nature lovers at heart. In the spring and summer, we have an organic vegetable garden that you are welcome to share (within reason, thanks ;-). We moved here for the unusually dry and mild weather in comparison to other areas of the Pacific Northwest - look up the "Rain Shadow" or "Blue Hole" in Sequim. Because of our unique weather and soil, there is a booming agricultural industry here - most notably for lavender, dairy and organic produce. Plus, there are so many fantastic tourist and nature destinations at our fingertips, here on the Northern Olympic Peninsula! Sequim is a small town with many city amenities, situated conveniently between Port Angeles and Port Townsend. You will find it challenging to pick only a handful of destinations to enjoy during your visit here (it won't be easy, but we'll be happy to help)...of course, we have Olympic National Park, which includes the popular Hoh Rain Forest and Hurricane Ridge; then there's Discovery Bay, Miller Peninsula State Park, Salt Creek Recreation Area, Crescent Lake, Lake Sutherland, Sol Duc Hot Springs, Dungeness Spit Wildlife Refuge and Recreation Area, Dungeness Lighthouse, Railroad Bridge Park and Audobon Center, Carrie Blake Park...the list goes on...! And don't forget the Olympic Discovery Trail (great for biking across the Peninsula) is just steps from our front door! Come enjoy the best of the northwest from the convenience and comfort of our little "country estate" - literally JUST outside Sequim city limits!