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Mato's New Itinerary
The Olympic Peninsula is one of the best places on the globe to view diverse wildlife at close proximity. Black-tailed deer inhabit the hills and lowlands and are frequently seen through the region. Likewise, eagles and raptors such as falcons and hawks populate many areas on the peninsula. In the fall, spawning season brings different species of salmon into the rivers and streams. In Olympic National Park, mountain goats live in the higher altitudes, while Roosevelt elk roam in the lower areas and move in and out of the Park boundaries.
United States48° 5' 28.1472" N, 123° 3' 3.8916" W
This unique getaway has one room (The Garden Room) which offers a complimentary breakfast. It sleeps 2.
The second rental is the upper floor of the owner's home/art studio. It has a full kitchen and is available for longer term rentals (sleeps 5).
Gallery, private getaway, incredible view of the Port Townsend Bay.
Free Wi-Fi, children are welcome, pets are allowed (please call for restrictions).