Secluded cabin in pristine wooded setting on the banks of the Bogachiel River, located midway between Forks and the Hoh Rain Forest, half-hour from beaches and trails of Olympic National Park. Double bed/ queen futon/ airbeds. Riverbank fire pit.
Come stay at our cozy “Cowboy Style” room in a barn. Comfortable rest stop along scenic highway 101, where you can enjoy watching the horses, visit around the camp fire, or just go up to your room and watch a movie. You can also take a sauna before bed in our beautiful cedar sauna for a restful nights sleep. Listing says accommodates 2 but there is an airbed available for additional guests upon request at no extra charge. Room has a flat screen TV (satellite), small refrigerator and microwave. The bathroom and shower are downstairs along with the cedar sauna room. Clarks Restaurant is a mile down the road or you can drive into Aberdeen that is 10 minutes away with more choices for dinner or lunch. We are centrally located, with many attractions close by. Olympic National Park is 60 minutes to the north. Westport, named the Salmon Capital of the World, is 30 minutes away where you can enjoy salmon or bottom fishing or walk the docks and check out the shops. Beachcombing is also a popular activity. On your way back to your room, stop by the Westport Winery for wine tasting or enjoy a wonderful meal. Ocean Shores and Pacific Beach are about 45 minutes to the northwest, through Hoquiam, and also offer many attractions. Grays Harbor is also home to some of the best rivers in the state for steelhead and salmon fishing so anglers and hunters are also welcome.
“Dette var vårt første opphold i airbnb, og vi elsket alt. Stedet var vakkert, rent og komfortabelt. Badstuen var veldig bra etter en lang kjøretur, og rommet inkluderte gjennomtenkte fasiliteter. Det var et fredelig og avslappende opphold.”
West ridge of Wynoochee Valley less than 3 miles from Black Creek Boat Launch, a nicely-appointed rustic lodge with sweeping views of the valley and total privacy in a small ridge-top community. Paved private driveway and pull-through boat and truck covered-parking ensures your gear stays dry in this rainforest retreat. Walk the 18-acres of trails, take in the stars at night, and in the morning drink your coffee on the covered porch enjoying valley views before a day of fishing or hiking.