Cosy Cabin for two with spectacular Mt. Baker view

  • 1 bedroom
  • 1 bathroom

Description

Labor Day Weekend just opened up. My last open days of the summer. Sat. Sept. 2, Sun. Sept. 3 and Mon. Sept. 4 Please make sure to read the wonderful reviews from my three summers of guests. My schedule does not allow me enough time to enjoy Lummi Island, I'm so happy to be able to share the experience with others. Welcome to one of the best kept secrets in the San Juan Islands. Enjoy the view via my two story A-frame window that looks out upon Mt. Baker and Bellingham Bay in this cosy 1 bedroom cabin and with loft. The large deck invites to you to spend time outdoors and BBQ your nightly meals as you enjoy the view. Located on the South end of Lummi Island about 4 miles from the ferry landing in the Scenic Estates you are high up on the mountain which offers the spectacular views. Great for a romantic get away with NO PHONE, NO INTERNET and NO CABLE to distract you from pure relaxation. (there is good cell reception and VCR/DVD set up in the loft with an eclectic supply of movies to choose from. ) Lummi Island offers dining at the Beach Store Café and shopping at the Islander Market (with free wifi access). The Lummi Congregational Church offers beach access for a stroll overlooking the SW end of the island towards Orcas Island. Easy access to Bellingham via the 7 minute ferry ride to the mainland which makes on average two runs per hour up until Midnight. While you may have plans on the island, once you find yourself sitting on the deck and overlooking Hales Passage, Portage Island, Bellingham Bay, Bellingham and Mt. Baker - you will find it nearly impossible to do anything else. Luckily, the BBQ is on the deck, so you can cook meals while enjoying the view and the variety of birds surrounding you. Bird watching from the house is a favorite past time - and very easy to spend way too much time doing this. Hummingbirds abound until mid-August and some now stay year round. There are plenty of gold finch and other birds. Summer of 2016 had a pair of bald eagles that circle overhead in the late afternoons. Additionally, deer, raccoons and chipmunks are regular visitors to the house. Even though you may feel worlds away from it all, there is never a lack of activity to gaze upon

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