Manitou Beach Waterview Apartment
Bainbridge Island and the Olympic Peninsula have so many wonderful things to do and see, we recommend a two-day stay. Half-price coupon for wine tastings included. Our Airbnb features a large room, decorated in tropical style, on the second floor of a separate building from our home with private entrance. Private deck overlooks a lovely garden and view of the bay. Cyclists welcome.
You’re not in Hawaii, you’re on beautiful Bainbridge Island a short ferry ride from downtown Seattle.
Our Airbnb is a large room, decorated in tropical style, on the second floor of a separate building from our home with a private entrance. Three delightfully furnished areas: living, dining, and sleeping. Pillow-top double bed, with down pillows and comforter (or non-down pillows and comforter, upon request.) Private deck overlooks a lovely garden and view of the bay, (peek-a-boo of Mount Rainier, too). Part of the room has cozy heated tile floor. Bathroom (sink, toilet, and shower), with heated tile floor, is located downstairs on the first floor.
Wi-Fi connection, hairdryer, iron & ironing board. Small refrigerator available. (No cooking facilities.)
Quiet, safe neighborhood. Walk to beach with great view of Seattle skyline and Puget Sound. Walk (10 minutes) to excellent coffee shop, convenience store, and terrific Italian take-out/deli (fresh store-made pasta and sauces).
Commuter bus stops right in front of our house; bus runs to ferry terminal during morning commute time, and to house during the evening commute. During non-commuter times, B.I. Ride bus picks up at the ferry terminal and will take you anywhere on the island for $2.00. (for info. call: B.I.Ride or Kitsap Transit).
Off-street parking provided. Secure storage for bicycles.
The quaint town of Winslow with lots of restaurants, galleries, and shops is 3 miles away.
Bainbridge Island has more than 30 miles of beautiful hiking trails, dozens of outstanding restaurants, a prize-winning distillery, a craft brewery, eleven wineries, an excellent art museum, a world-renowned public garden, boutique shopping, and so much more to see and do.
More hiking opportunities abound on the nearby Olympic Peninsula.