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Quiet, Charming Carriage House with Secluded Tree House Feel
PLUS
Entire guesthouse · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath

Quiet, Charming Carriage House with Secluded Tree House FeelEnjoy the silence on a deck that's nestled among the trees or simply bask in the privacy and calm of this lovely new apartment with a wonderful, leafy setting. Numerous skylights and windows make the space airy and bright throughout. CLEANING CREW SANITIZING BETWEEN GUESTS. Update: Our neighbors next door are building a new home so there is some construction noise during the day.

Modern 1 room apartment - 5 minutes from Microsoft
Entire condominium (condo) · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath

Modern 1 room apartment - 5 minutes from MicrosoftThis is a super comfortable apartment that is walking distance from Redmond downtown, and just 5 minutes from Microsoft campus. This is perfect for anyone who is visiting the Greater Seattle area or is traveling here for work purpose. This place also has many amenities including: 200 Mb/s wifi, washer, dryer, microwave, stationary bike, 2 extra bed for additional guests, 80 inch flat screen TV, balcony, kitchen aid mixer, community shared pool & hottub.

Explore Kirkland..while feeling right at home!
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Entire guest suite · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1 bath

Explore Kirkland..while feeling right at home!Welcome to our lovely 625 sq ft, newly constructed studio apartment. With light-filled, southern exposure atop the quiet, safe and friendly Norkirk Neighborhood, our space is perfect for your relaxing retreat, stress-free work trip, or a base for your fun NW getaway. We are a 20-minute walk from the dynamic and stylish Kirkland Waterfront and the newly completed Kirkland Urban commercial and retail center, and a 15-minute drive from the world-renowned Woodinville wine experience!

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Popular amenities for Redmond vacation rentals

  • Kitchen
  • Wifi
  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
  • Air conditioning

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  1. Private room
  2. Bellevue
Bridle Trails Cozy Room w/ Luxurious Queen Bed
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  1. Entire guesthouse
  2. Sammamish
Lake View Retreat / Office getaway
PLUS
  1. Entire rental unit
  2. Kirkland
Cozy up in an Armchair by the Fire in Lakeside Kirkland
  1. Private room
  2. Bothell
“Happy Place” Keurig, fridge, microwave & desk!
SUPERHOST
  1. Entire guesthouse
  2. Redmond
Cedar House - Studio Guest House
  1. Entire guest suite
  2. Redmond
Redmond Retreat - Entire Guest Unit
SUPERHOST
  1. Private room
  2. Redmond
Redmond Barn style Basement room
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  1. Private room
  2. Bellevue
Nice private bed & bath near Microsoft
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  1. Entire guest suite
  2. Kirkland
Walk to Downtown Kirkland
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  1. Entire guest suite
  2. Kirkland
Pacific Northwest Home in Kirkland
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  1. Private room
  2. Redmond
Charming country living in the city-by Microsoft.
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  1. Entire guesthouse
  2. Kirkland
Downtown Kirkland Cottage

Top-rated things to do in Redmond

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  • Chef Tour of Pike Place Market
    We will take you on a culinary tasting adventure of Pike Place Market. We will be stopping at 10 different artisanal vendors; learning about local production and tasting your way through the flavors of the Northwest. Learn where local chefs shop, where coffee aficionados get their cup of Joe and more! Other things to note The tour takes place rain or shine. Please email if you have dietary restrictions. We do book private tours for 8-15 people. Please direct message us to learn more.
    From Price:$75/person
  • Cuteness attack of bunnies
    We will learn about 1. How to determine the genders of the bunnies. 2. We will talk a little about the breeds and their personality. 3. What they eat and what not to feed them. 4. Compost/poop tea for the garden. 5. Birth and baby care. 6. Hands on experience, feeding and handling the rabbits. 7. So many fun stories and love therapy, you will feel so loved just looking at these cute fur balls hopping around! 8. Extra bonus ~quails eggs hunt and feeding our pet ducks,quack, quack! * * * If you want to learn how to care for them as a pet, I will make sure you pick a right bunny and learn to care for them, if you don’t want a pet, simply enjoy them here and not have to do the work. They will melt your heart. Come and hold the babies or simply spend time with them you will feel so loved. This is a great experience for adults and kids alike! Other things to note Remember to wear old farm clothes and it is getting really cold outside. Rabbits do kick and scratch because they are prey animals. If you like to handle them please wash hands before and after. We will provide pallets for feeding.
    From Price:$25/person
  • One Hour Food Tour of Pike Place Market
    We will take you on a culinary tasting adventure of Pike Place Market. We will be stopping at 6 different artisanal vendors; learning about local production and tasting your way through the flavors of the Northwest. Learn where local chefs shop, where coffee aficionados get their cup of Joe and more! Other things to note The tour takes place rain or shine. Please email if you have dietary restrictions. We do book private tours for 10 people. Please direct message us to learn more.
    From Price:$48/person
  • Electric Bike Tour Seattle
    On this tour with your family we can social distance and be outdoors. We can easily maintain a safe distance between riders while traveling between sites and on stops. Bikes are sanitized between riders and I am limiting the groups to your household. So if you sign up as a couple I will close that day just for you. We ride electric bikes, these are fat-tire RadPower Mini’s, they are accessible for almost all riders. Although the electric motor helps a lot with Seattle’s hills, you do have to pedal. At times, it can be the exercise equivalent of a brisk walk and on other points along the route it’s a pleasant stroll (or you can work as hard as you’d like for a greater aerobic experience.) Cargo bike available upon request--it is set up to take a younger passenger on the back. First stop is at the Olympic Mountains and Sound Viewpoint, here there's a great overview of the waterway and the geology of Seattle. Then a stop along Shilshole Bay either to be welcomed by the Seattle's favorite viking or the Salish people. Typically we travel through the Ballard Locks, these are currently closed. Other options include the Fremont Troll, Gasworks Park, and Fishermen's Terminal. There are a few options, such as a ride around Discovery Park and I like to customize the routes whenever possible. Other things to note First part of the tour is learning how to ride an ebike. There are bags on each bike for caring personal items. Wear bright colors to increase visibility. Sunglasses are also handy.
    From Price:$94/person
  • Forge a knife from a horseshoe
    *IF YOUR PREFERRED CLASS IS FULL/UNAVAILABLE, PLEASE SEND ME A MESSAGE TO SEE IF WE CAN SNEAK YOU IN *WE CAN SHIP YOUR KNIFE IF YOU'RE UNABLE TO TRAVEL WITH IT In this 3 hour class, you'll begin with a horseshoe and end with your very own, handmade knife! Absolutely no prior experience is required and is suitable for ages 8+. No lifting required and little strength necessary, though hand-eye coordination always helps (READ DISCLAIMER AT BOTTOM PRIOR TO SCHEDULING). The curriculum is designed to flow seamlessly and be tons of fun: 1) You'll begin the class by putting on safety gear and reviewing safety procedures. 2) You'll use traditional blacksmithing equipment (forges, hammers, and anvils) to forge a knife from a horseshoe. 3) Each step will be demonstrated and guidance will be provided throughout the class. DISCLAIMER: Participants will be using hammers to move hot steel. This implies that your arm may become sore from hammering! Don't worry, we've never had a student fail to complete a project. If you have any disabilities that may prevent you from standing and hammering for long periods of time, please let me know prior to scheduling. Other things to note: Open-toed shoes are not allowed. Avoid synthetic pants & shirts (best to have cotton jeans & a cotton top).
    From Price:$100/person

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