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Gladwin Beach House
Come to this delightful getaway at Gladwin Beach. Just the
place to make memories with family and friends.
Gladwin Beach House is located on the North Shore of Hood Canal; the sunny side of the Canal. You may see flocks of ducks and water birds, a heron fishing for his dinner, or still waters under blue skies. Play in the park next door, or kayak down to Theler wetlands.
Come experience this charming log cabin. Gladwin House was originally a logging camp cabin, built over 100 years ago. The living room is cozy and comfortable, with a river
rock fireplace and a peaceful view of Hood Canal. With four cheerful bedrooms and a
daybed by the fireplace, you will have a relaxing getaway at Gladwin House.
Gladwin Beach House in at the end of the Hood Canal. In the summer, the waters are warm enough to swim and play in when the tide comes in over the tide flats. The warm water is a rarity in Puget Sound. Put the kayak in the water and explore the Theler Wetlands and Union River Estuary. Take a nature hike, or mountain bike nearby trails. Relish and enjoy the quiet and peaceful picturesque water views here. At night, sit by the fire pit; sing songs, tell jokes and roast marshmallows.
In the winter, relax in the hot tub and watch the water birds flock. Maybe drink hot chocolate, enjoy a good book by the cozy river rock fireplace, watch your favorite movie or play board games.
Be refreshed and rejuvenated from your getaway at Gladwin Beach.
Amenities: Fireplace, cable TV, VCR/DVD, stereo, CD player; full kitchen, microwave, dishwasher, refrigerator, cooking utensils, dishes and tableware; linens, washer, dryer, iron and ironing board, laundry detergent, shampoo & conditioner; private hot tub; Weber gas grill (BBQ), Patio set and cover; two fire pits: one on the beach and one on the patio, with plenty of firewood; rowboat, kayak, and lifejackets; covered parking; no smoking.
Activities (on site or nearby): Kayaking, hiking, biking, golf, tennis, fishing, hunting, wildlife viewing, swimming, boating, sailing, waterskiing, windsurfing, jet skiing, beachcombing. Five minutes to Belfair, about a half hour to Bremerton, a bit farther to the towns of Silverdale and Poulsbo for more museums, cinemas, shopping and restaurants.
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