Tacoma Airbnb and VRBO Rentals
The cutest place and most comfortable beds I’ve ever slept in at an Air BnB!!! Kerry was so nice and helpful~ quick to communicate and thought of everything to make check in and checkout super easy. Her place is so thoughtfully put together, and super cozy as well. Close to downtown without being in the city. Would absolutely recommend this place to anybody traveling to this area.
Wow! This place is so adorable and peaceful. It’s much bigger than expected and a perfect example of a great Airbnb. The quality of the decorating and thoughtful touches were impeccable. The bed was so comfy and warm. Excellent coffee and cream. I really loved it here.
I’m Kerry Brink, and I run Airbnb with my son, Clinton.
When we started AirbnBrink, we knew it would be difficult. We were fully prepared for that.
What we weren’t prepared for was how fun and rewarding this experience would be as well. It has truly been an honor to share our city and our aesthetic with great people from around the world.
Thanks so much for considering staying with us. We will continue doing our best to ensure our guests have the most comfortable, fun, and seamless experience we can provide.
Spacious, well-decorated, immaculate, with all kinds of amenities, and some of the greatest views in the Pacific Northwest. What more could anyone want?
Nestled on the hillside of Tacoma’s upscale Brown’s Point neighborhood, the Brink House is 4,200 sq ft of beauty, fun, and style rolled into one immaculate package. When you walk in the front door, you’re immediately greeted by a breathtaking panoramic view of the snowcapped Olympic mountains and the deep blue Puget Sound. On clear nights, the sun sets behind the Olympics, rimming them with gold, and projecting pink and yellow across the horizon.
The goal with AirbnBrink60 is to provide a luxurious, modern take on 1960s design without skimping on personality. Every element has been meticulously selected to provoke thought and tell a story.
The furniture is all brand new and curated for comfort as well as style. However, nearly every accessory and wall-hanging are legitimate antiques. From newspaper clippings commemorating JFK’s assassination, to the beautifully-preserved 1960 Seeburg jukebox—there are too many details and Easter eggs here to list. And even if I could list them all, wouldn’t that kind of spoil the fun?
Our goal with the Artist’s Hideout was to provide a cozy but chic space with tons of personality. The furniture is a premium mix of mint-condition vintage and brand new. We’ve adorned the walls and cabinets with various original art and other items we’ve collected from all over the world.
From a massive turn-of-the century blueprint depicting the defunct Smith’s cove canal in Ballard, to the original fused glass, prints, and ceramic pieces, every corner of space is full of life and interest.