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Make Port Ludlow your next getaway—choose from 7 great vacation rentals

With its bayside beauty and small-town charm, Port Ludlow is one of the best-kept secrets on the Olympic Peninsula, a popular destination for Washington vacation rentals. Port Ludlow vacation rentals are a popular choice for visitors interested in sailing, golf, hiking the Peninsula's many beautiful trails, visiting waterfalls, harvesting shellfish, or exploring nearby sites like Port Townsend, the Dungeness National Wildlife Refuge, or the Olympic National Park.

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Peaceful Port Ludlow Escape 3D Tour
3 Bed | 1 Bath | Sleeps 6

Peaceful Port Ludlow Escape - Port Ludlow, WA

From $167
Hood Canal Family Tides 3D Tour
3 Bed | 3 Bath | Sleeps 6

Hood Canal Family Tides - Port Ludlow, WA

From $158
Mats Mats Bay Escapade 3D Tour
1 Bed | 2 Bath | Sleeps 2

Mats Mats Bay Escapade - Port Ludlow, WA

From $122
Olympus View Home 3D Tour
3 Bed | 2.5 Bath | Sleeps 8

Olympus View Home - Port Ludlow, WA

From $164
Shine Road Retreat 3D Tour
4 Bed | 3 Bath | Sleeps 10

Shine Road Retreat - Port Ludlow, WA

From $236

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Recent Port Ludlow vacation rental reviews

Ideal location for exploring the northeast Olympic Peninsula. Serene setting with captivating views stretching from Oak Bay just below the cabin to Mount Baker and the Cascades. Easy access to outdoor adventures in several nearby state parks, Olympic National Forest, and Olympic National Park. And close enough to Port Townsend to enjoy its dining and entertainment opportunities. A well equipped kitchen, eclectic library, board games, and comfortable indoor and deck spaces also make it a great place to kick-back, relax, and watch the birds and boats go by.
Karl H. | Oct 2021
We honestly thought the pictures did not do this home justice. The view was epic and everything was so spacious. The kitchen was very well stocked and there was nothing we needed we couldn’t find (and we cooked full meals for the entire time we were there). There were even sharp knives which all home renters know is practically impossible to find. Also really appreciated the fire pits and ample seating on both decks. The light house and corn hole set were nice additions too! Minor complaints include very squeaky downstairs doors (loud enough to wake my husband when heading upstairs or to use the bathroom), and the back bedroom attached the main floor bedroom was freezing and the heating vents did not seem to be working so we had to shut the door to it and could not take advantage of it (but there were overall enough bedrooms for our group, just something to keep in mind if you are traveling in a large group here during fall/winter.) But these were very minor issues and we would definitely return! All around a great getaway.
Jessica K. | Oct 2021
We loved the place. Very much enjoyed view of the water. Would love to stay there again.
shelly r. | Oct 2021

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Port Ludlow attractions

The Port Ludlow Marina, on the serene Ludlow Bay, is a popular port of call for boaters traveling between Seattle and the San Juan Islands. It's a great place to watch the sunset with the majestic Olympic Mountains as a backdrop. While you're there, rent kayaks to explore the bay, or charter a boat to experience the rugged beauty of the Puget Sound. Nearby, the championship Golf Course at Port Ludlow is one of the most beautiful courses in the state. Hikers are in for a treat with the picture-perfect Port Ludlow Falls and several other nearby trails. The Shine Tidelands State Park is a favorite of beachcombers; two local lakes lure fisherman with the promise of bass and trout; and every Friday in the summertime, Port Ludlow's Village Center is abuzz with the farmer's market.

Day trips from Port Ludlow

With so many top destinations in close distance to Port Ludlow, you'll never tire of things to do. The eclectic, art-filled Victorian town of Port Townsend is just 30 minutes up the coast of the Puget Sound. Or take a romantic ferry ride across the Puget Sound to Seattle and spend the day perusing Pike Place Market. If it's outdoor adventure you crave, look no further than the mystical Olympic National Park, which encompasses the breathtaking Hoh Rain Forest, where lush, dense tree groves are lined with carpets of vibrant green moss and ferns. The Olympic Peninsula is rich with beauty and natural resources to discover, so book your Port Ludlow vacation rental now - and start exploring! Photo credit: cdrin via Shutterstock