Washington's Olympic Peninsula has a variety of small towns and communities circling the wilderness lands of Olympic National Park and Olympic National Forest. The major population centers on the peninsula, Port Angeles and Port Townsend, are popular places to base your adventure. You'll also find excellent accommodations scattered around the peninsula, each providing access to a different section of beach or portion of forest.
Here are my hotel and lodging recommendations for locations around the Olympic Peninsula, including the communities of Sequim, Port Ludlow, Neah Bay, and Forks.
Lake Quinault Lodge
Lake Quinault Lodge is a rustic old-world resort located at the edge of Olympic National Forest. Guests can relax near the fireplace in their room, play croquet or badminton, hike verdant trails, or paddle a canoe in Lake Quinault.
345 South Shore Road
Quinault, WA 98575 Compare Prices
The Inn at Port Ludlow
The Inn at Port Ludlow is a luxurious destination resort where you can enjoy Northwest cuisine, a 27-hole golf course, and spectacular Ludlow Bay views. Just an easy drive from Seattle.
1 Heron Road
Port Ludlow, WA 98365
Located overlooking an ocean beach on the west side of the Olympic Peninsula, Kalaloch Lodge features cozy cabins and a great restaurant.
157151 Hwy. 101
Forks, WA 98331
(866) 525-2562 Compare Prices
Sol Duc Hot Springs Resort
Located within Olympic National Park, this cabin resort is nestled in the Sol Duc River valley. Facilities include a restaurant, grocery store, gift shop, and hot springs pools.
12076 Sol Duc Hot Springs Road
Port Angeles, WA 98363
(866)476-5382 Compare Prices
Experience true relaxation in a romantic, natural setting on an amenity-packed Hood Canal floating house.
The Inn at Port Hadlock offers views of Port Townsend Bay, meeting facilities, dining, and convenient access to recreation and scenic attractions.
310 Hadlock Bay Road
Port Hadlock, WA 98339
(800) 785-7030 Compare Prices