Pirate's Cover Caboose

Washington

 

Located on three gorgeous acres on South Puget Sound's Hammersley Inlet, a few miles from Hood Canal, Pirate's Cove Caboose is an adventure.  Enjoy the romance of the railroad in this fully restored caboose. Tall firs, flora and fauna surround the secluded property. Enjoy peaceful walks on the trails traversing the property and leading to the private beach.

 

Sleeps 2 to 8 (though the cabin is small for as many as 8 and only 1 bathroom) . . . Queen bedroom | Queen sofa sleeper  4 single caboose style bunks

 

Complimentary Electric Vehicle Charge

 

Two kayaks are included with your reservation.

 

Visit Olympic National Park, and Hood Canal nearby.

 

"We have found our gem of the Northwest! Not since we were in Tahiti have we been so pleased to be somewhere."

John and Nora Pearson

 

"Truly your caboose is a work of art and the visualization of dreams. It is perfectly finished and enjoyable to the extreme. Never has a retired train car come to such a noble end."

Joe & Betty McLennan

 

"And I thought it couldn’t get any better than their blackberry pie. But I was wrong. It’s brought to you by the same people who own the Copper Creek and make the worlds best blackberry pie in Mt. Rainier. It’s an adorable little caboose retrofitted with bunk beds and home touches, pristinely maintained and overlooking three gorgeous acres on Pirates Cove on South Puget Sound’s Hammersley Inlet. Wake in the morning and explore the hundreds of colorful starfish on the beach, grab the kayak for a float, build a fort, soak in the hot tub, explore the beauty and relax in front of an open fire. So relaxing. It’s like a one month vacation if only for a day.."

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