Solitude, literally off the grid, no neighbors

Main house, from waters edge.
Main house, from waters edge.From beach edge, looking eastLooking west at Olumpics, mid SummerLooking Northeast at lower tide. House to the right out of viewEarly fall, mid day. very high tide.Maintanence man loading rock for his personal use.Kitchen, dinning from living room.Living room, from entry way.Power management control panel main house, main level.Power management control panel, closer view.Looking directly south, from deck in SummerSpeaks for itself, don't ya thinkJuly storm, looking true NorthSunset,From living room, looking West by NW.Early summer sunset.Dusk.Your natural heat source during non-summerFront door, looking west. Beach over top of roof.

From $107 / night

Northeast Forest Springs Road, Tahuya, WA 98588
Solitude, literally off the grid, no neighbors
3 bedrooms
3 guests
3 night min

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 4
Sleeps: 3
Type: Home
Per night: $150 - $175
Per week: $750
Pets allowed: Yes
Internet: Yes
Description of the Tahuya vacation home rental
2.5 hours from downtown Seattle, via ferry or drive "around" and over narrows bridge (90 miles) Hydro, Solar, automated generator power. No phone line, no cable. Satellite Internet. At the end of 4 mile long dirt road owned by logging company. Three security gates separate you from pavement.

Mother-in-law separate structure not shown. This structure has one of 3 bedrooms, plus full bath, and living area with its own fireplace.

You should plan to basically stay at property for entire visit. Major chore to go to grocery store.

Not a party home. Won't support more than 3 people because you have to monitor power consumption. You come here to be alone, quite and disconnected.

Scott B

Area Information
Remote, forested, eastern side mid Hood Canal.

About the owner

Owner Profile



Begins Ends Week
Weekly Monthly Min
Jun 01 2017 Sep 30 2017 $150 $175 $750 - 3 Nights
Check In: 12 p.m. Check Out: 5 p.m.
Deposits: $500/damage
Payment Options: PayPal

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What do you do during the day?
A: Walk the beach at low tide, north or south for miles.
Q: What do you do at night?
A: Build beach fire, have quite conversations, stare at incredible night sky.
Q: Is there wildlife?
A: Bald eagles in trees just a 100 yards to the north. Fly over frequently in morning. Deer in the winter on the beach. In the autumn come to eat apples from apple tree next to residence. Racoons walk beach edge just past dusk looking for food.
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