Unique Lodging on Olympic Peninsula Make for Fun Stays
National Park Lodges to Funky Inns!
PORT ANGELES, Wash. — Surrounded by the Pacific Ocean on the west, the Strait of Juan de Fuca on the north, and the Hood Canal on the east, the Olympic Peninsula – Washington’s premier destination for eco-conscious travelers and outdoor enthusiasts – has some of the most unique lodges travelers will ever encounter. Don’t be satisfied with the mundane – live a little and try something new.
Travel to NW Washington can be so much more with a little exploring to find places like the Red Caboose Inn and B&B in Sequim www.redcaboosegetaway.com which invites guests to explore the unique themed private caboose set on its own track fitted out with queen feather beds, fireplaces, whirlpool tubs and all the comforts of home away from home. Dine aboard their private Zephyr dining car – the Silver Eagle, for a breakfast to remember. The Bond Ranch Retreat in Sequim www.bondranchretreat.com offers accommodations in a private, country setting. Five European style bedrooms and a one-bedroom cabin furnished with antiques, Pendleton blankets and cozy down comforters available from May through September. How about the Toad Lilly House Hostel, in Port Angeles. www.toadlilyhouse.com, a comfy hostel conveniently located in downtown Port Angeles. Prices start at $25 a night in the cost-effective dorm- or opt for more private accommodation.
The lodges and cabins located throughout Olympic National Park provide a range of accommodations. Visitors may choose from rooms in historic hotels dating back to the early 1900s, modern motel type accommodations, or rustic cabins. Reservations are available at this link https://www.nps.gov/olym/planyourvisit/lodging.htm. Whatever your style of travel, the Olympic Peninsula has options to fit your desires. For a full schedule of events and festivals or to learn more about the Olympic Peninsula; and plan your next trip, please visit www.olympicpeninsula.org