Wind your way through our lavender garden down to a quiet backyard retreat on a sleepy street. Enjoy a quiet night's sleep and a serene garden with space for single travelers, couples and families w/1-2 babies/tots (a porta crib & small floor bed for tot are available). Blocks from the Interurban trail. Very close to Hwy 99, Greenwood Ave and Carkeek Park. Street parking VERY EASY! LGBTQIA friendly!
With 500 square feet of cork and tile flooring, this rustic cottage has eclectic decor including Twin Peaks art and a cute little kitchenette with a toaster oven and coffee and tea included. Watch movies at night from our dvd collection or access Netflix, Showtime or HBO from our Roku player, play board games or read a book under light of an antique bedside lamp.
Accès des voyageurs
Full access to the cottage and backyard.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
I am a busy stay-at-home mom but please feel free to text with any questions you have about the space or Seattle in general.
Our family of 4 uses our cottage as a recreation den when not rented out. Please treat our space kindly :) We have had friends stay in our cottage for weeks at a time who say it is a perfect place to unwind and rejuvenate themselves. The cottage has an interesting history of being used as a 1960s "man cave" and for teaching children art from a local renowned artist. The place has good vibes, what can we say?
We want people to relax and unwind, however, please no smoking in the house. There is an ashtray by the door for use outside. We are vape friendly :)
Please no shoes on inside.
Do not use the fireplace.
No pets, please.
Outside quiet hours 10pm-7am.
Seattle Mama film/music geek/former personal chef with a love for Northwestern adventures and eating all the best food in our fair city. We love our Bitter Lake community. My husband is named Dave, though some of our reviewers are calling him "Matt." Whatever--it's a four-letter one-syllable American name. Boring, right?