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Guesthouse · Bainbridge Island
Bainbridge Island loft close to the beach
Next to the beach in a quiet friendly neighborhood on beautiful Bainbridge Island. 10 min walk from Pleasant Beach Village - restaurants, bakery, small grocery store, etc. Separate from the main house, own entry - full privacy. Firepit for an evening roasting marshmallows. Has a refrigerator with freezer, microwave, two burner hot-plate, toaster over and dishwasher! Check our guidebook for local info! See "more about the location". The loft has a 1/2 bathroom - see The Space section below.
Dec 2 – 9
$94 per night
Cabin · Winslow
Lovely Bainbridge Island Pond Side Cottage
We look forward to welcoming our fully Covid 19 vaccinated/boostered guests to our quaint, cozy, self contained cottage! The cottage is nestled in the secluded oasis of our backyard. We live in a lovely neighborhood, walking distance to shops and restaurants. Enjoy strolling through our garden, sitting on the deck in front of a little wood burning fire pit, soaking in the private hot tub and just relaxing~
Jun 24 – Jul 1
$106 per night
Guesthouse · Bainbridge Island
Secluded Hideaway in the Forest
This idyllic cottage on a private road is a few steps away from a trail into the Grand Forest yet the ferry terminal is less than ten minutes away. It is surrounded by majestic cedars and next to a quietly babbling brook on protected wetlands. The main house is further down the driveway.
Feb 25 – Mar 4
$85 per night

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Photo of Fay Bainbridge Park
Fay Bainbridge Park39 locals recommend
Photo of Battle Point Park
Battle Point Park28 locals recommend
Photo of Bainbridge Island | Japanese American Exclusion Memorial
Bainbridge Island | Japanese American Exclusion Memorial19 locals recommend
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Fort Ward Park21 locals recommend
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Suquamish Clearwater Casino Resort14 locals recommend
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Manchester State Park18 locals recommend

Bainbridge Island beach vacation rentals

Home · Bainbridge Island
Dahlia Bluff Cottage/Immaculate & Fabulous Views!
Mar 18 – 25
$440 per night
Guest suite · Bainbridge Island
2 Bed, Best Located Beach Ste, Cozy Stunning Views
Nov 1 – 8
$129 per night
Guest suite · Bainbridge Island
25 steps to Rich Passage Beach w/ Spa on Bulkhead
Feb 27 – Mar 6
$188 per night
Home · Bainbridge Island
Waterfront Getaway w/ Dock Near Fay Bainbridge Par
Aug 10 – 17
$588 per night
Cottage · Bainbridge Island
Bainbridge Island, Crystal Springs Shangri-La.
Jan 3 – 10
$184 per night
Home · Bainbridge Island
Murden Cove Water Front / Private Beach
Dec 15 – 22
$344 per night
Cottage · Bainbridge Island
Adorable single-level, waterfront getaway with a full kitchen, dock & kayaks
Jan 3 – 10
$232 per night
Cottage · Port Orchard
The Heron Haus - Beachfront Cottage w/Hot Tub
Jan 10 – 17
$404 per night
Home · Bainbridge Island
Manitou Beach Guest House
Mar 21 – 28
$225 per night
Apartment · Bainbridge Island
Island Apartment with Views of the Olympic Mountains
Feb 14 – 21
$175 per night
Home · Bainbridge Island
Incredible Beach House Bainbridge Beachcomber
Mar 10 – 17
$457 per night
Cottage · Bainbridge Island
Bainbridge WATERFRONT Retreat~ Dock & Boat Moorage
Feb 16 – 23
$296 per night

Your guide to Bainbridge Island

All About Bainbridge Island

Located off the coast of Seattle in Puget Sound, Bainbridge Island is a 27-square-mile city and island with a small-town atmosphere and big-time outdoor recreation with views of the Cascades. The island’s commercial hub is Winslow, where you’ll find inviting shops, cafes, and restaurants.

Bainbridge is also home to lovely parks, including the waterfront Fay Bainbridge Park where you can go beachcombing, and the Grand Forest, which offers miles of hiking trails through pristine woodlands. You can also head to the northern section of the island to visit the gorgeous botanical gardens at the Bloedel Reserve.

If you’d like to explore the area by water, you’ll find plenty of options for kayaking and sailing at Eagle Harbor. You can also head to the rocky Lytle Beach to take a dip into the Rich Passage, one of the warmest swimming spots on the island.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Bainbridge Island?

Thanks to its moderate marine-influenced weather, there is no bad time to visit Bainbridge Island. The summer sees the warmest and longest days, which is nice if you want to explore some of the island’s hiking trails, including the Grand Forest Park Trail loop, or get out onto the water. This is a very popular time to visit, which is something to be aware of when booking your vacation rentals on Bainbridge Island.

Things are a bit quieter during the spring and fall, when the surrounding areas burst into a sea of colors as wildflowers begin to bloom, or when fall foliage turns the forest into a kaleidoscope of red, orange, and yellow. Things can get pretty cold and overcast in the winter, but this is a wonderful time to explore Bainbridge Island at its quietest. The weather can also be unpredictable at times, so you’ll want to dress in layers and bring some type of rain protection.

What are the top things to do in Bainbridge Island?


In Winslow, you’ll find several interesting museums, including the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art, Kids Discovery Museum, and the Bainbridge Island Historical Museum. There’s also a lively culinary scene here, where farm-fresh ingredients and locally grown products inspire the menus, along with a local brewery and winery. You can browse small shops selling locally made products here as well.

Japanese American Exclusion Memorial

This moving memorial commemorates the 276 Japanese American Bainbridge Islands residents who were relocated to internment camps during World War II. They were among the first people who were forcibly relocated, and the memorial follows in their footsteps as they made their way to the ferry that took them away from their homes. The memorial includes a stone and wood pathway featuring images of the local residents carved into wood, along with their names and ages.

Bloedel Reserve

This sprawling 150-acre botanical garden lies on the northern end of the island. It features beautifully manicured grounds complete with ponds, streams, walking trails, and a Japanese Garden. You can also wander through a moss garden, stone garden, and a rhododendron glen on the reserve.