Point No Point Vacation Rental
Humpback whales seen at Point No Point Oct 2015
The Point No Point Lighthouse, built in 1879, is considered to be the oldest lighthouse on Puget Sound. Now, with the cooperation of the U.S. Lighthouse Society, Kitsap County Parks and the Friends of Point No Point, the historic lighthouse Keeper's home has opened as a vacation rental.
Come and experience the century old history this unique property has to offer by spending time as keepers of the light. However, unlike the lighthouse keepers of days gone by, you will have no bothersome lighthouse duties to attend to at all hours of the night. Rather, your accommodations will include: a comfortable living room, formal dining area with breakfast nook, full kitchen, 2 bedrooms and a full bathroom.
The unique geographic location of the light station gives guests the opportunity to enjoy unsurpassed panoramic views of Puget Sound's many islands, Mount Baker, the Seattle skyline and Mount Rainier. Additionally, the Point No Point Lighthouse is adjacent to a nature preserve ensuring guests glimpses of bald eagles and other raptors, a wide array of water fowl, seals, abundant bird life and more.
The Point No Point Lighthouse and Keeper's quarters is approximately 1 hour from Seattle, and a quiet and restful place in addition to being only a short ride to gourmet restaurants and shopping. Interested in seeing a movie or ordering a pizza while you are here - no problem!
For more information contact Jeff at the U.S. Lighthouse Society:
Phone: (415) 362-7255
Proceeds realized from the rental of the historic keeper's quarters are directed to the preservation of the Point No Point Light Station, a win/win situation for all involved. Please come be our guest, we look forward to seeing you!
More photos of Point No Point Beautiful Photo taken by Candace Clifford
Here are a couple photo's of the beach and Lighthouse taken from in front of the duplex.
Mike & Lisa have been staying at Point No Point since we first started the vacation rental. Back then it was just the two of them. One year Lisa showed up pregnant and each year they continued to come back. Here is their little one, not so little any more - growing up infront of our eyes at the lighthouse!
The following photos were taken by James Moore in February 2010
Here are some more great photos taken at Point No Point by Charlie & Loretta Constantinidis
Here are some wonderful shots taken by Steve Hicks
Sand Castle at Point No Point - Architect / Builder & Photograph by Ron Beck
Great Photo of Point No Point with Mount Rainier in the background by Ashley Shogart in 2011
Below are a couple of photos from Karl Agre - 2016
Click below for a video tour of the Keeper's Quarters