We bought a Groupon and stayed four nights at Robin Hood Village. Due to a mix-up in reservations, we spent the first night in cottage #4. It was larger than the cottage we had reserved, but, due to stairs everywhere, this cottage was a nightmare for someone with difficulty walking. The living room was spacious, with lots of seating for the two of us. The outdoor sauna was a nice touch, but the hot tub was under 98 degrees and the jets were not very powerful. We actually got chilled.
The second through fourth nights were spent in cottage #11. This was much smaller, but more suited to our needs. It is a quite modern and had a warm feel. The hot tub was at about 103 degrees, and the jets actually caused bubbles. There was a walk-in shower, better for a disabled person, but the placing of the small shower right next to the toilet made it somewhat difficult to maneuver. Be forewarned: If you have broad shoulders, this shower will be very cramped, with moving around likely to cause you to hit the water handle. This caused some very cold moments! There is no dishwasher, which wasn't a problem, but the kitchen had a single sink, making dish washing less convenient.
The area is beautiful! We enjoyed exploring two waterfalls and made a day trip to Bremerton - complete with a ferry ride from there to Seattle and back - and another to Port Townsend, a quaint community that displayed lots of the residents' pride with well-kept homes and lots of community resources.
On a different note: We were surprised at the lack of spices and other items in the kitchens. We have stayed at many cabins and homes, and have never had such a minimum of kitchen items. There are enough dishes, pans, and utensils to get by (more so at cabin #11 than #4), but make sure you bring everything else you might need. If you wonder if it will be there, bring it. We usually leave some things behind for the next group to use, but doubted they would remain in the cabin, so we didn't leave anything.
Also, a new full-sized bottle of body wash was accidentally left on the tub in cabin #4, but when we asked about it, we were told it wasn't there. Thank goodness for travel-size body wash!
We were glad to be able to explore a new area, but would not pay full-price to stay again. Groupons are great!
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