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Beachcrest House at Manitou Beach

Beachcrest House at Manitou Beach

We would love to share our family beach cottage with you on Bainbridge Island. It’s a charming and well maintained 1940’s house with updated kitchen and bath. Our house provides a relaxing base for exploring Bainbridge Island, Seattle via the ferry to downtown, the Olympic Peninsula, and is a very short walk to a lovely accessible beach with views of downtown Seattle and Mt. Rainier across Puget Sound. Rolling Bay is a short walk away with a couple of inviting shops and options for food.

The space
True original Bainbridge house. Located on a private drive that leads to grounds overlooking Puget Sound and Seattle in the distance. It’s a comfortable one level house with three bedrooms to accommodate up to 6 people! Two rooms have queen size beds and there are two twins in the third room for a total of four beds. Note: The 3rd bedroom has a bunk room feel. The gathering room located in the back of the house is filled with the light of SE exposure, great comfy sofas, and has a back deck to sit and view the water toward the city.

The nicely equipped kitchen is fit for family participation in prepping a meal. A small breakfast nook near the front entry is for sipping coffee or computer work or a nice spot for games or puzzles.

This house has been on the Bainbridge summer vacation rental market for about 10 years with many happy and returning guests, and kind reviews.

Dana and Julia are happy to help you with suggestions for exploring Bainbridge Island.

We want guests to feel confident that our home is a clean and safe space. We are cleaning and sanitizing in accordance with CDC a

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