“Westmost” Bed & Breakfast in the lower 48 – on ten acres of coastal rainforest west of Forks, Washington. We strive to be all a lodge should be – wood, stone, a “Great Room” with a massive stone fireplace, vaulted ceilings, and furniture you can put your feet up on. Nights in our forest are silent except for the distant rush of the Sol Duc river and occasional interruptions by coyotes or owls. Rialto Beach, one of the most readily-accessible of the Olympic National Park beaches, is just 3 miles away. From our door, it’s about 40 miles to the Hoh Rainforest, 45 miles to Sol Duc Hot Springs, and 60 miles to either Lake Ozette, Neah Bay, Cape Flattery, and Shi Shi Beach, making us an ideal central location for exploring the Washington coast.
9/25/2014: September is waning. After some much-needed rain, we have a nice weekend on tap. Check availability on our website or give us a call. The tentsites have been retired for the season, but the Outback cabins, now with their own shower (see blog below) will be open for the next 3 weeks. We're three miles from Rialto Beach and seven miles from the La Push Beaches. Visit the rainforest and the wild coast at their best!
Port Angeles Vacation Rental: Our new Port Angles Bluff House vacation rental is now available for booking! You can find it above under the "Rooms" drop-down menu. There's also a description in our most recent blog below.