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Olympic National Park is in Washington State and is a highly biodiverse area that can wow travelers with a variety of landscapes within one trip. Wander through the lush in the majestic rainforest, then marvel over the Pacific coastline, along with experiencing other magnificent sites of nature. Not everyone wants to rough it when visiting a national park, and no worries because Washington has quite a few lodges and resorts surrounding this part of the state. We’ve put together an accumulation of Airbnb’s, other rentals, and resorts to make your jaws drop.
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Just a handful of lovely suites are located within Creekside Haven. With a name that perfectly describes the feel, guests will step back in time when staying within this 1940s era space. Warm yourself by the wood-burning stove after a day traversing the hilly trails of Olympic National Park.
Rustic and warm, the cabin is located in a resort, close to a breathtaking river. Simply take in the scenery. But if feeling a little adventurous, cast a line to try to reel in some fish. Inside the cabin are some luxurious touches, such as down pillows and high-end memory foam mattresses. Allergen friendly bedding can be requested.
This decadent suite is also located within Creekside Haven. Every room they have is magical, but the two we’ve decided to list stand about the rest. Tom Cat is a bit more ornate, making those who stay feel kind of like royalty. All Creekside rooms have private baths, but you’ll definitely want to experience the elegant commons areas.
Located within another resort, is this studio apartment dwelling, with a full kitchen, bathroom, and bedroom with a super comfy Purple brand mattress. Guests will find this to be a wonderful and affordable home base, right on the cusp of Olympic National Park. However, a precious downtown and pier can be reached by bike, in about five minutes!
Stunningly set on a reflective lake which also offers an abundance of recreation, the lodge is the perfect place to disconnect. However, many amenities are offered after a long day of outdoor exploration. Float in the indoor pool, have a little fun at the arcade or enjoy fantastic dining. Rooms are beautifully designed, with some even featuring fireplaces.
How amazing does a soak in natural hot springs sound after a long day hiking? Well, this is one of the main amenities at Sol Duc. Stay in a traditional hotel room, or experience the woodsy environment of one of the on-site cabins. Enjoy the swimming pool amongst the rolling hills, and be sure to try out the resort restaurant.
Log Cabin Resort is expectedly an accumulation of many different types of cabins, along with RV spots. From lakeside chalets, more updated log homes with more amenities, and simplistic camper cabins, guests can choose their experience down to the finest detail. The lake of course offers fishing, canoeing and other outdoor recreational opportunities.
Olympic Lodge is an accumulation of luxury and the great outdoors. Handsomely adorned with dark, and sleek wood, a touch of refinement is added through fixtures, towering fireplaces and colorful landscaping. In the summer, enjoy the scenic pool space, and in the winter, just find refuge by a warm fireplace or in one of the plush beds.
Stay in Olympic National Park, and have the rainforest landscape surround you. With a timeless exterior, the lodge is absolutely breathtaking. Serenely situated on one of the famed glistening lakes of the park, the views just don’t get better than this. Built in the 1920s, the lodge has undergone renovations while still preserving some of its old charm.
Not only is 7 Cedars a modern yet woodland like accommodation, but it is also full of culinary experiences at four different dining options. A gaming room is perfect for kids and adults of course. Then there is a sprawling golf course, market, and live entertainment to round out the amenity appeal.