our largest - a king bed with a driftwood headboard facing a wood-burning fireplace. the bath has a tub/shower combination. eclectic decor combines handcrafted tables, an oak freezer chest as bureau, salvage-cedar moldings, alder curtain rods, rattan couch, and a willow sapling chair. a great space to relax after a hectic week, yesterday's wedding, or a day outdoors.
pocahontas is downstairs, contains a queen bed, a bathroom with a shower, and a cozy sitting area. bright vermont quilts liven up the decor, and there are swinging chairs just outside on the porch. no pets.
spacious 2-room suite. queen beds in both rooms, and a bathroom with a shower. a sliding glass rear entrance leads onto a covered patio. the douglas fir walls in the smaller room and salvage-cedar/driftwood trim throughout provide a cabin-like feel. no pets.
Lily Of The Mohawk
one of our two upstairs rooms. "lily" has a king bed, a mix of handmade rustic and antique furnishings, and a bathroom with a tub/shower combination. lily has an inside entrance from a large mezzanine that overlooks our great room and an outside entrance onto a second-floor deck.
Lady Of Guadalupe
our other upstairs room, "lady" has a king bed and a twin bed, a mix of rustic and antique furnishings, and a bathroom with a tub/shower combination.
"Westmost" Bed & Breakfast in the lower 48 - on ten acres of coastal rainforest west of Forks. This is the place for a quiet getaway. We strive to be all a lodge should be - wood, stone, a "great room" with a massive stone fireplace, and more. 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, and, in our opinion, the finest of the "frontcountry" Olympic National Park wild beaches, is just 3 miles away.