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The cabin sits right on Agate Beach, just nine miles south of Lopez Village. The market, library, and charming cafes and eateries are just a quick drive away, but with shining, rocky ocean shores just outside your door, it might be tempting just to stay home!

The living room offers comfortable sofas and a matching ottoman perfect for relaxing after exploring this gem of an island. You have plenty of options when it comes to home entertainment, whether it’s embracing a quiet day in with a selection of books on the window bench, or curling up on the couch and taking in your favorite DVDs on the flatscreen TV. Whatever you do, a wood-burning stove will keep the house nice and warm – especially nice after making a trip into town to enjoy the WiFi and iced coffees of Isabel’s Cafe. Yum!

The dining area offers seating in green-painted wooden chairs at a lovely table, and only a sliding glass door separates you from the deck and views of the Outer Bay. The full kitchen makes cooking meals almost as fun as eating them, with all the equipment and appliances you’ll need, a dishwasher for easy cleanup, and gorgeous waterfront views.

Up to five guests can enjoy this home’s three bedrooms, two of which offer queen-size beds and the third a twin. The master queen bedroom overlooks the water, offering a romantic view for couples lucky enough to enjoy this home. The full bathroom’s bathtub/shower combo is perfect for getting refreshed and ready for the fun day ahead.

While the wrap-around deck offers perks like a grill along with the ocean air, Agate Beach is just across the road, and makes for a fun day of collecting seashells, smooth rocks, and relaxing to the sound of the waves. Lopez Island boasts a host of amazing natural scenery, none farther off than 15 miles. The gorgeous cliffs and waving fields of Iceberg Point are just a short walk from your door, and wonders like the rocky crags and tidepools of Shark Reef and the absolutely unbeatable view of Watmough Head are just a short drive away. The ferry landing provides easy access to the bustling port of Friday Harbor, and from there guests can catch a ferry to Sidney BC and drive 16 miles south to Victoria for a host of activities in the beautiful bayside metropolis.

Thanks for considering a Vacasa home! We provide full-service management for privately owned vacation homes, and like to think that we offer our guests the best of both worlds: the unique experience of staying in a one-of-a-kind vacation home, with the peace of mind that comes from knowing that the home you book for your special vacation is cared for by professional housekeepers and property managers.

Vacasa began in 2009, simply because our founder and CEO Eric wanted to find a better way to share his wife’s family’s summer home in Long Beach, Washington with guests as a vacation rental. Eric and his early team worked to build Vacasa on the premise that local employees can do what they love most (taking care of guests, homeowners, and properties), while the hands-off tasks of vacation rental management—things like marketing, filing taxes, and maintaining a website—could be handled by a specialized central support team.

Our passion is connecting travelers with the unique experience of staying in a vacation home, and we would be honored to be your host. Please contact us with any questions about this home—our team is standing by! View more about Vacasa, WA – San Juans / Puget Sound Office

The house itself is comfortable and in a great location… just across the road from the water with great views. We rented for 3 nights starting on a Monday. We soon had a list of 5 problems: no toaster; toilet kept running; couldn’t get TV reception; built in heaters in living and dining room didn’t work; ambiguous information about firewood. We drove into town Tuesday morning to call Vacasa because there was no cell service at the house. (The listing states there is no Wi-Fi, but does not mention cell service.) Our call went to voice mail and we did not get Vacasa’s response until we drove back into town Wednesday morning. When we returned, local maintenance had delivered a toaster, repaired the toilet and left us a nice note. Vacasa did not address the other three issues. I figured out that the TV problem was only that the rabbit ears had to be plugged in. The non-working wall heaters were confusing because there was a post it note (dated in 1996) on the circuit breaker panel that said don’t turn on the first breaker because the living room heater was "bad." There was a second breaker labeled "dining room heater" that was also turned off and I didn’t think it wise to turn it on, so maybe it would have worked. (That said, after 21 years, it seems that the owner would have had the heaters replaced or repaired.) Left with the wood stove for heat, we found these confusing instructions in our Vacasa "Home Guide." "Wood is not included, but you should be able to find it at the nearest grocery store. Please note: Wood is stored under the tarp on the back patio." We asked Vacasa whether we could use that wood, but never heard back, so we bought firewood to keep the house warm. There were a couple of other problems that we discovered on our last night. Although the listing said there is a gas BBQ grill, there was no BBQ grill. We also could not find a colander or strainer to drain the pasta we cooked. The garbage can was nearly full when we arrived and we were barely able to stuff our trash into it. With all of that said, there were some definite good points. The bed and linens were very comfortable. The kitchen appliances were clean and worked very well and the open floor plan would make for a very nice stay if the other issues are addressed.