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    714 Washington Street
    Port Townsend, WA  98368
    360-385-6122  •  800-824-4738

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    Olympic Grand Lobby, Registration and Reception Center:

    Located on the ground level, the registration center features decorating themes of William Morris, Victorian antiques and lighting. The fireplace in the reception area awaits our guests; a place to share our seasonal wine tastings and to enjoy the hanging art representing the best of local artists.

    Elegant One and Two Bedroom Suites:

    Each of the sixteen fireplace suites includes one or more bedrooms, private baths, sitting rooms and a mini-kitchenette. All are appointed with period furniture, historic lighting, and convertible couches that double as beds. Some suites feature soaking tubs and the premium units are outfitted with upscale guest amenities.

    World Class Secret Victorian Gardens:

    The award winning Victorian Gardens await your presence. The Gardens are the choice of brides seeking elegant surroundings for upscale weddings, receptions (including group lodging) in an urban garden setting in this historic community.

    P.O. Box 7
    Lake Quinault, WA  98575
    360-288-2900  •  1-800-562-6672

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    Make Lake Quinault Lodge your Base Camp in a rare temperate rainforest within Olympic National Forest.

    On Washington's glorious Olympic Peninsula, nestled next to Lake Quinault's serene waters, you'll find your true retreat. Lake Quinault Lodge, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, is the perfect place to leave the cares of the work-a-day world behind. Rejuvenate your spirit under a multistoried canopy of ancient towering trees. Curl up with a good book and warm drink in front of the lobby's grand fireplace. Enjoy delicious fresh local cuisine in our panoramic lakeview dining room. Breathe in the fresh air and exercise by hiking, canoeing, kayaking or fishing. Escape to Lake Quinault Lodge where you'll find the rest comes easy.

    157151 Highway 101
    Forks, WA  98331

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    Here in this cozy seaside retreat you’ll find a variety of lodging options. Stay in our rustic Main Lodge overlooking the Pacific and enjoy convenient access to our restaurant and bar, gift shop and library. Our cabins, many with panoramic ocean views and Franklin fireplaces, sleep from 4 to 8. Or stay two blocks from the Lodge in the Seacrest House where you can choose from rooms or suites that accommodate up to 6 guests.

    To help you explore and enjoy the area, every room comes equipped with a coffee maker, pocket tide tables and two walking sticks

    1 Heron Road
    Port Ludlow, WA  98365
    360-437-7000  •  877-805-0868

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    Located in beautiful Port Ludlow, Washington,
    The Resort At Port Ludlow is just minutes from Seattle and historic Port Townsend. Overlooking pristine Ludlow Bay with breathtaking views of the Olympic Mountains beyond, this spectacular setting is ideal for romantic getaways, executive retreats and meetings. Offering 27 holes of golf, over 3,000 square feet of meeting space with wireless Internet, spa services, and a wide variety of recreation and leisure activities, The Resort At Port Ludlow is the ultimate getaway destination in the Pacific Northwest.

    303 Sunny View Drive
    Sequim, WA  98382

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    Centrally located on the Olympic Peninsula, the Lodge is literally minutes to the main entrance gates to the Olympic National Park at Hurricane Ridge and Deer Park, and only five minutes to great beachcombing and bird watching at the Dungeness Spit & National Wildlife Refuge -- just rated one of the best beach hikes in the West by Sunset Magazine. While our location is secluded and extremely private, the Lavender farms and quaint shops in Sequim, the Port Angeles waterfront, and the ferries to Victoria, B.C. are all just a few minutes away. We're a quick 35-minute trip to Crescent Lake and Sol duc Falls, less than 45-minutes to the Victorian seaport of Port Townsend, and a pleasant morning drive to both the Hoh Rain Forest and windswept Pacific Ocean beaches.

    416 Lake Crescent Road
    Port Angeles, WA  98363

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    Enthusiasts from all over the world visit Olympic National Park for the hundreds of miles of well-defined mountain trails. Take a short drive west of the Lodge to the Pacific Ocean, where Olympic National Park comprises over 60 miles of wild, unspoiled ocean beaches, perfect for exploring tidal pools or beachcombing near the sea stacks.

    Historic Lake Crescent Lodge, built in 1916 as "Singers Tavern" in Olympic National Park serves as an ideal base camp for the variety of recreational activities in the park while allowing you to experience the charm of a turn-of-the-century resort. The comfortable, spacious guest rooms are nestled among the giant fir and hemlock trees on the shore of beautiful Lake Crescent and offer wonderful views of the lake.

    310 Hadlock Bay Road
    Port Hadlock, WA  98339
    360-385-7030  •  800-785-7030

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    The Inn at Port Hadlock provides lodging accommodations in Port Hadlock, Washington, on the southern shore of Port Townsend Bay, just a short trip from Seattle.

    The Inn at Port Hadlock offers panoramic views of Port Townsend Bay, stylish accommodations, full service meeting facilities, water view dining, bird watching, and an endless array of nearby recreation and scenic attractions.

    313 Walker at Washington
    Port Townsend, WA  98368
    360-385-6753  •  800-300-6753

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    Experience the gracious hospitality of the Victorian past in this beautifully restored Queen Anne masterpiece. This award winning Painted Lady is one of the most photographed and artistically depicted Victorian mansions in the Pacific Northwest. She sits high on the bluff commanding spectacular views of Puget Sound, Mount Rainier and the Olympic Mountains.

    Built in 1889 by Senator F.W. Hastings, son of Port Townsend's founding father Loren B. Hastings, the mansion served as the residence and office of the German Consul from 1908 to 1911.

    Today she carries the designation of National Historic Landmark and State Landmark, and is listed on the Official Register of National Historic Places. Your hosts, Michael and Sue DeLong, have furnished the inn with an incredible collection of period antiques, including many pieces which were original to the mansion.

    The F.W. Hastings House-Old Consulate Inn is an elegantly restored Victorian landmark, yet the ambiance is comfortable and informal.

    "Visit Port Townsend and the Old Consulate Inn for a trip back in time with all the comforts and luxuries of today. Come join us!"

    2634 West Sequim Bay Road
    Sequim, WA  98382

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    CENTRALLY located in this beautiful northern part of the Olympic Peninsula nestled between the majestic Olympic Mountains and the placid waters of Sequim Bay. Quiet and peaceful for the artist, writer and vacationer.

    FISHING in the bay with the beautiful John Wayne Marina right at your doorstep...salmon, bottom fish and cut-throat trout. Stream fishing for steelhead and rainbow trout ... less than an hour trip on easy access roads or walk on short paths.

    CRABBING for the world famous Dungeness Crab.

    CLAMMING is tremendous in this area and allowed on our private beach.

    KAYAKING in the peaceful waters of the Bay and the Strait of Juan de Fuca.

    SWIMMING in Sequim's public pool or if you dare, the cool waters of Sequim Bay.

    1004 Water Street
    Port Townsend, WA  
    360-385-0773  •  800-962-0741

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    Since being renovated, the Captain Tibbals Building has been home to the Palace Hotel. The hotel occupies the second and third floors, with a lovely restaurant and several specialty retailers located on the main level. The hotel features 15 charming guest rooms and suites, each still bearing the name of one of the "girls". Each room is uniquely furnished with antiques and collectibles, in keeping with the Victorian character of the building. Most have private baths and several have mini-kitchen facilities. With soaring windows and 14-foot ceilings, each guest room retains the flavor of century-old quality and architectural character so rarely found today.


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