Shalom Chalet


 uncategorised / Posted 5 years ago by the CHN / 1150 views

Come rest, relax and be renewed in this charming 2 bedroom beach cottage offering exquisite (and unobstructed) views across the Bay to Mount Baker and access to a natural paradise. At any time you may see deer, eagles, aquatic life such as sea lions and, on occasion, even orcas! Enjoy taking all of this in and more, as you sip a coffee on the deck. Our cottage is located on a cliff with no barriers so we can only offer accommodations to adults at this time.

Legacy Membership Level : Platinum
Owners : Caleb & Janine Smith
Continent : North America
Add Interested : No
Number of Rooms : 2 bedrooms, 1 1/2 bathroo
checkin : 16:00:00
checkout : 10:00:00
Currency Accepted : USD
Payment Types Accepted : Prefer cash or check. 3% additional charge for credit-card.
Other Payment Types : No
room comments : The beach-cottage is cozy and bright with two bedrooms (including a Queen bed in each), a kitchen, and plenty of room to lounge inside or out on the deck. The cottage is at the end of a cul-de-sac, so you’ll have all the privacy you need. Amenities include: WiFi; TV (Philo & Amazon Prime); and Kitchen (including coffee-pot, full stove, fridge, microwave, toaster & crockpot).
posted : 25/07/18 16:37
Status : Active
Emergency Lodge : Yes
Emergency Terms : As a pastoral couple, we understand the demands and fatique that pastoral ministry can bring. We envision that Shalom Chalet can be a place where pastors and missionaries can rest, relax and be renewed, while experiencing the healing of God's beautiful Creation in Diamond Point (Sequim) Washington. If you are feeling tired, disullisioned or burned out, please speak to us, and we will prayerfully discern if/how we can assist you in terms of accomdodation, pastoral counseling, spiritual direction, and relaxation/medical massage (Janine is a chiropractor).
Latitude : 48.095644
Longitude : -122.928443
Authorized Editor : Caleb & Janine Smith
State : Washington
City : Sequim
Long Term Stay Available : No