This is a 400 sq. ft. tiny pond cottage on the Olympic Peninsula.
It’s located with a nearby pond and an amazing view of the mountains.
When you go inside, you’ll find a living area, dining table, work/study desk, full kitchen, bathroom, and an upstairs sleeping loft.
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400 Sq. Ft. Tiny Pond Cottage on the Olympic Peninsula
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Nestled in a meadow overlooking its own private pond with a view of the Olympic Mountains, this small cottage has all the peace and tranquility you could want. You can lounge on the porch in your pajamas all day if you like, enjoying the pond and the Bald Eagles nesting in the nearby trees or enjoy easy access to surrounding trails and peaceful roads that lead into the Olympic National Park.
This newly built hideaway is ideal for 2 people but can sleep 5. The main pond-view room has a single window-seat bed, and a sofa that converts to an excellent queen air-bed. You can cook with ease in the full kitchen, complete with everything, including spices and basic amenities. Up the ladder is a roomy loft with a memory-foam queen bed and a single mattress. You will find fine linens, towels, along with plenty of wood should you want to use the wood stove.
The Olympic Peninsula has more diversity than anywhere else in America. You can find almost anything your heart’s desire. Ten minutes away are Sequim, Port Angeles, the world’s longest sand spit, the ferry to Victoria, B.C., Canada and the Olympic National Park. Within 20 minutes you can venture into the moss covered rain forest, enjoy a stunning glacier carved lake, hike hundreds of miles of wilderness with crystal clear rivers, be awed by sandy rugged beaches and soak in natural hot springs.
The Pond Cottage is only a few miles from Olympic National Park and adjacent to Olympic National Forest. All that the Olympic Peninsula has to offer is just a few miles away: Gorgeous clear rivers, waterfalls, hot springs, glacier carved lakes, pristine beaches with sea stacks, opportunities to see Orcas and Humpback whales, trout, salmon and halibut fishing, kayaking and all level of trails and hikes, lavendar farms, Indian museums and so very much more. Groceries and shopping are just 4 miles away.
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