Beaches wrap around the western, northern, and eastern edges of the West Seattle peninsula. You’ll find many restaurants and bars along the Alki Strip (Alki Ave SW starting at 63rd Ave SW, heading east til about 57th Ave. SW). Two more traditional “Main Street” style restaurant and shopping districts can be found along north-to-south California Ave. SW. Admiral Junction runs between Hill and Lander streets, it’s home to the historic Admiral Theater, West Seattle’s only movie house. Alaska Junction, West Seattle’s largest dining and shopping district, runs between Oregon and Edmonds streets. On Sundays year-round, two blocks close to street traffic for the West Seattle Farmers Market. Morgan Junction has a few restaurants and taverns centered a few blocks around the intersection of Fauntleroy Way SW, California Ave. SW and Morgan St. Endoyne is a hidden nest of two restaurants and a bakery, just southeast of the Southworth Ferry Dock. The Delridge Corridor, leading from the West Seattle Bridge all the way to White Center sees new restaurants, coffee houses and merchants opening all the time.
If you want to be close to the water and see some of the best views of Downtown Seattle, check out our charming, modernized 2-bedroom bungalow close to Alki Beach. If shopping and dining are on your list, we offer a fully modern 3-bedroom townhouse in Alaska Junction. If you’re up for a good stroll, Admiral Junction is a 15 minute walk to the north of Alaska Junction (2-3 minutes by car), while Morgan Junction is a 10 minute stroll to the south (also 2-3 minutes by car).
One of the best things about our West Seattle vacation rentals is the FREE PARKING. Alaska Junction has three, free parking lots (3 hour limit) plus plenty of free street parking (2-hour limit on the arteries; unlimited parking on the side streets; always check your block for select overnight parking limits). While you’re here, be sure to visit the Alki Point Lighthouse (3200 Point Place SW), Lincoln Park (home to a playground, picnic spaces, a winding waterfront walk, and Coleman Pool (open to the public in the summer).
To get from West Seattle to Sea-Tac airport, you can take the West Seattle Bridge to southbound 1-5; or follow directions to southbound Route #509. Both highways connect to each side of Route #518, your gateway to the Airport. Contact Seattle Oasis today to learn more, or book today.