Fall is a great time to get away for a quick romantic break, admire dramatic foliage displays, dine at gourmet restaurants and enjoy the outdoors. Whether you are looking for an elegant inn with ocean views or a cozy bed and breakfast with just a handful or individually decorated rooms, there are many great choices within a short drive from Seattle, WA.
We recommend that you call the attractions and restaurants ahead of your visit to confirm current opening times.
1.George Washington Inn - 2 hours 25 minutes
© George Washington Inn
The George Washington Inn is a historic location and a luxury bed and breakfast on a ten-acre estate with gorgeous views of the Olympic Mountains, the Pacific Ocean, and the renowned lavender farm. It offers one of the few opportunities to actually stay on a lavender farm. The inn also offers luxurious private spa baths. Each suite honors a certain aspect of George Washington’s life, and there are five rooms in total.
Amenities include things like wireless internet, HD TVs with DVD players, Nespresso machines, coffee makers, fridges, microwaves, fireplaces, whirlpool spa tubs, king-size beds, kitchenettes, and semi-private day beds depending on the room you choose.
The property has its own lavender farm, which is sure to appeal to guests. Guests can take advantage of the large oceanfront balcony or just relax and enjoy a romantic sunset over the ocean. There are packages available for whale watching, cycling, coffee, and lavender products.
939 Finn Hall Road, Port Angeles, WA, Phone: 360-452-5207
2.The Gateway Bed and Breakfast - 1 hour 40 minutes
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Located right in the Cap Sante neighborhood, this bed and breakfast overlooks the San Juan Islands and is situated on a picturesque bluff. There are four guest rooms to choose from, each with its own unique style. Some have king-sized beds, queen-sized beds, sitting areas, reading chairs, French doors, flat screen TVs, claw foot tubs, and space for a third guest. Other room amenities include high speed internet, hypo-allergenic bedding, hair dryers, coffee and tea, and comfy robes.
Guests can relax on the wrap-around porch and admire the Guemes Channel. The living room also overlooks the channel. The main level features a breakfast room, a cook’s kitchen, and a family room. The gourmet breakfast uses local ingredients, and there are also afternoon beverages available.
407 2nd Street, Anacortes, WA, Phone: 360-293-9870
3.Romantic Getaways from Seattle: Otters Pond B&B on Orcas Island - 3 hours 20 minutes
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Otters Pond B&B on Orcas Island is perfect for couples looking to explore the San Juan Islands. It is located on the mountainous eastern side of the Orcas Island very close to attractions like Moran State Park. The contemporary cedar home is quiet and features comfortable rooms with private baths. The beds are incredibly comfortable and all rooms have house slippers, beautiful robes, and ceiling fans along with excellent reading lights. The six rooms are all designed to sleep two people in comfort.
The building has free wireless internet, and guests can relax on the deck or walk along the garden paths. There is also a hot tub. As it is on protected wetland, the property is perfect for birdwatching, and you can easily go hiking, sailing, on a nature walk, or whale watching. Breakfast is served in the dining room or you can eat it on the deck by the pond, and it features delicious island foods.
100 Tomihi Drive, Eastsound, WA, Phone: 360-376-8844
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4.Romantic Getaways from Seattle: Kangaroo House B&B On Orcas Island - 3 hours 15 minutes
© Kangaroo House B&B On Orcas Island
Right on Orcas Island, this bed and breakfast was built in 1907 and has been hosting guests for 35 consecutive years. It was even used as lodging during the early 1900s. The inn feels like a small garden lodge, and each room has a private bathroom. Some rooms have DVD or Blu-ray players and wireless high-speed internet. The five guestrooms have things like wicker chairs, private sitting rooms, antique armoires, space for three people, and sleigh headboards.
Guests have access to the garden hot tub, which is perfect for romance. Otherwise, you can stroll through the garden and extensive grounds or read in the library. The property covers over 6,000 square feet, giving guests plenty of privacy. Guests are treated to a homemade breakfast made from scratch using locally-sourced ingredients. North Beach is only five minutes away by foot, and various birdwatching areas and boating locations are not much farther.
1459 North Beach Road, Eastsound-Orcas Island, WA, Phone: 360-376-2175
5.Romantic Getaways from Seattle: Cozy Rose Bed & Breakfast - 2 hours 45 minutes
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The Cozy Rose has five private suites for guests to choose from and plenty of opportunities for relaxation and romantic interludes. Rooms have a whirlpool, spa, air bath and steam sauna, walk-in shower, or outdoor hot tub for two. Every room has a king bed and private entrance along with wireless internet, a microwave, refrigerator, coffee and tea, large flat-screen TV, Sirius music stereo, private deck, and fireplace. The cottage has two bedrooms and a kitchen, making it ideal for small families.
The property has easy access to walking, biking, and jogging opportunities. The establishment is perfect for romance, and the day begins with a candlelit breakfast delivered right to your room. This bed and breakfast is ideal for those visiting wine country since there are 70 vineyards and wineries plus three microbreweries within 30 miles.
1220 Forsell Road, Grandview, WA, Phone: 509-882-4669
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6.Getaways from Seattle for Couples: Sundara West - 1 hour 50 minutes
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This mini-resort prides itself on being the ideal destination for a romantic getaway, a family weekend, or any other type of relaxing vacation. Each of the rooms has 500-count bedding, down comforters, en-suite private baths, organic and biodegradable bath amenities, a TV, DVD player, wireless internet, and plush guest robes. There are three rooms, two of which can be rented together. The main rooms have king-sized beds, and the extra one has a queen bed.
The bed and breakfast is dog-friendly so feel free to bring your pooch along. There is an indoor heated swimming pool that is ideal all year round and a picnic area, fire pit, and playground that children will love. Guests can watch movies, read books, look at maps or guides, or play cards or games in the library. The community kitchenette is always stocked with snacks, hot chocolate, tea, and coffee, and it has a microwave and fridge. The day begins with breakfast, which is organic and made using local ingredients. If you need to eat earlier or later than the designated time, it can be arranged.
2265 Central Road, Everson, WA, Phone: 360-483-8248
7.Romantic Getaways from Seattle: Haus Hanika - 2 hours 15 minutes
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Haus Hanika is an adults-only getaway designed in the Bavarian style to transport you across the world while enjoying Washington scenery, which includes fantastic views of mountains and rivers. There is complimentary wireless internet throughout the property, and rooms have gas fireplaces plus flat-screen HD TVs featuring cable and premium channels plus DVD and Blu-ray players. Guests can also borrow from the DVD library.
There are two suites within the main building and a separate chalet. The suites have amenities like whirlpool tubs, king-size beds, kitchenettes, private patios, luxury robes, binoculars to view wildlife, and comfortable gliders. The Chalet is larger with a king bed and a queen hide-a-bed plus full kitchenette with four chairs at the table and a barbeque.
The property has multiple decks and patios with views of the river. The included breakfast is delivered to your room in the morning and always includes hot gourmet Bavarian waffles.
8775 Icicle Road, Leavenworth, WA, Phone: 509-741-0919
8.Weekend Getaways from Seattle: Miller Tree Inn - 3 hours 40 minutes (with ferry)
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The Miller Tree Inn has been providing opportunities for guests to visit and enjoy the natural beauty of Washington for more than 20 years. It is open year-round with easy access to wild beaches and rain forests and is perfect for fishing from October to April. There are rooms with king or queen beds along with two-room suites that boast gas fireplaces. Every room also has a television with DVD player and a refrigerator with juice and soda.
The inn has a front porch, a living room with a piano and television, and a second living room with board games and puzzles. A cat named Moira lives on site and can typically be found in one of the common areas. A full hot breakfast is served every morning in the dining room, and you can enjoy lemonade, tea, other hot beverages, or cookies at other times. If you don’t bring it with you, Miller Tree Inn can lend rain gear to guests.
654 East Division Street, Forks, WA, Phone: 360-374-6806
9.Romantic Getaways from Seattle: Trumpeter Inn Bed and Breakfast - 3 hours 30 minutes
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The Trumpeter Inn, which dates back to 1989, is located on San Juan Island and promises guests beautiful views. Each of the six guest rooms has a private bath and pastoral views. Expect luxurious linens, down comforters, Sedona mattresses, Egyptian cotton towels, plush guest robes, slippers, iPod/MP3 clock radios, and chocolate truffles from Harry and David. Other amenities include wireless internet access, make-up mirrors, and hair dryers.
The property covers five acres where you can find alpacas and miniature goats, while cattle and horses roam adjacent properties. The garden is perfect for relaxation with panoramic views, which you can also view from the private patio. The inn is designated a Backyard Wildlife Sanctuary, which means that guests can see plenty of wildlife such as ducks, trumpeter swans, fox, and deer, yet it is just five minutes from shops, restaurants, and art galleries. Inside, you can use the HDTV in the common area, borrow a book, or cook on the propane BBQ grill. Guests enjoy a full gourmet breakfast in the morning and cookies, juice, hot chocolate, tea, and coffee at any time.
318 Trumpeter Way, Friday Harbor, WA, Phone: 360-378-3884
10.Romantic Weekend Getaways from Seattle: Lost Mountain Lodge - 2 hours 20 minutes
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The Lost Mountain Lodge is in a quiet area of the Olympic Peninsula, making it perfect for privacy, romance, luxury, and comfort. Guests can choose from private suites or cottages. Suites have things like clock radios, wireless internet, fireplaces, HDTVs with DVD players and VCRs, built-in hair dryers, botanical toiletries, CD players, and resort robes with slippers. The cottages are more spacious with kitchens and more than one bedroom.
The property has tranquil ponds and lavish gardens and frequently hosts wildlife, earning it the status as a National Wildlife Federation Certified Habitat. Expect to see hummingbirds and other beautiful creatures on the property. It covers almost ten acres with ponds and mountain views. Inside, you can enjoy the cozy wood-burning fireplace, and there is a hydrotherapy spa outside. The deck has bistro service, and the gourmet meals are made with fine local ingredients. There are always freshly baked cookies.
303 Sunny View Drive, Sequim, WA, Phone: 360-683-2431
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11.Romantic Weekend Getaways from Seattle: Camas Hotel - 3 hours
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This is the only hotel within Camas, and the historic property ideal for business or romance right in the downtown area. Certain rooms are pet-friendly so you can bring Fido if you do a bit of planning with guest services. All rooms have free wireless internet, HBO, in-room coffeemakers, mini-fridges, alarm clocks, blow dryers, and irons. Some rooms also have private bathrooms, and these also have air conditioning, robes, free movie tickets, and the free breakfast. Other rooms have extra amenities such as whirlpool tubs, parlor chairs, and foldout sofas.
Guests get two complimentary tickets to movies at the historic Liberty Theater. The day begins with a complimentary continental breakfast served buffet-style, and it includes quiche. With advance notice, the hotel can accommodate dietary restrictions. Miss Nola’s Café serves New Orleans-style and Southern food.
405 NE 4th Avenue, Camas, WA, Phone: 360-834-5722
12.Quick Weekend Getaways from Seattle: The Villa Bed and Breakfast - 1 hour
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The Villa Bed and Breakfast is in the style of an old-world Italian building and covers over 12,000 square feet with five guest rooms. Every suite has its own en-suite bathroom featuring a separate shower and large tub plus spacious closets. The walls are a full foot thick to ensure privacy. Every room has a romantic gas fireplace, a spa or soaking tub, ceiling fans, a queen or king bed, and a private verandah.
Some rooms also have four-poster beds, large sofas, easy chairs, jetted oval whirlpool tubs with room for two people, or ADA accessibility. Each room also has books, magazines, hair dryers, phones, color cable TVs, stereos, bath salts, toiletries, full-length mirrors, wireless internet, and irons.
The living room has a fireplace, sofa, and armchairs along with books, music, and magazines. Guests may also want to relax in the sun room, office, large verandah, or dining room. Complimentary breakfast is served in the morning.
705 North 5th Street, Tacoma, WA, Phone: 888-572-1157
13.Quick Weekend Getaways from Seattle: The GreenHouse Inn By The Bay - 2 hours 30 minutes
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This inn is along the Olympic Peninsula in Dungeness Bay and is ideal for those who plan on enjoying outdoor activities like hiking or just want views of mountains and the ocean. Each of the five rooms has slightly different styling and amenities, but you can anticipate things like deep soaking tubs, mountain views, king or queen size beds, private baths, spa-inspired bath products, bath robes, TVs with movies, private decks, high-speed internet, a remote-controlled fireplace, mini-fridges, and/or in-room fireplace heaters. One room features twin beds.
The inn has several common areas and plenty of outdoor spaces to relax and read a book or enjoy nature. Every day, guests enjoy a multi-course breakfast, and they will get a welcome reception on check-in day. For a bit of luxury, guests can add on a World of Wine activity, which is essentially a guided wine tasting, or book an in-room massage.
630 Marine Drive, Sequim, WA, Phone: 360-504-2489
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14.Honeymoon from Seattle: Cashmere Mountain Bed and Breakfast - 2 hours 15 minutes
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Staying at Cashmere Mountain Bed and Breakfast gives guests immediate access to the North Cascades Mountain Range as well as amazing views of Tumwater Mountains, Icicle Ridge, and The Enchantments from all guest accommodations. Each room has a private and keyed entrance, a private bath featuring heated stone floors, HD TVs, and plenty of windows to enjoy natural views. Rooms also have extra pillows and blankets, hair dryers, Bath and Body Works toiletries, plush bathrobes, Turkish bathrobes, games, wireless internet, day packs, flashlights, bottle openers, binoculars, snowshoes and poles, and Forest Service Passes to hike in the area.
The outdoor common areas include spacious patios with furniture. There is also an outdoor hot tub, and with the lack of light pollution, you can easily gaze at the stars or Milky Way while relaxing in the warm, bubbling water. The day begins with a home-cooked gourmet breakfast made from scratch and served at bistro tables set up for two. The evenings feature complimentary desserts, and upon arrival, you get complimentary beer or wine.
10300 Suncrest Drive, Leavenworth, WA, Phone: 509-548-2382
15.Romantic Weekend Getaways from Seattle: The Commander’s Beach House - 2 hours 10 minutes
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The Commander’s Beach House is within easy walking distance of Port Townsend attractions, including restaurants, shops, and the Marine Science Center. The 1934 home is right along the beach, affording guests stunning views and easy access to the water. Each of the four guestrooms has its own theme, such as lighthouses or sunflowers. Some have adjoining rooms for a third guest, Queen Anne chairs, large closets, a table with seating for two, and fireplaces. Two of the rooms can also be combined to create a suite for larger groups.
Guests will enjoy sitting in front of a fireplace in the living room or relaxing in the gardens. You can sit on the verandah any time of the day, including during breakfast. Mornings promise a gourmet breakfast at individual tables overlooking Mount Baker, Point Wilson lighthouse, and Whidbey Island.
400 Hudson Street, Port Townsend, WA, Phone: 360-385-1778
16.Red Caboose Getaway - 2 hours 10 minutes
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The Red Caboose Getaway is ideal for couples who want a romantic experience in a totally unique setting they are unlikely to find anywhere else. The inn features a series of remodeled private cabooses, each of which has its own theme and track. Most of them have a gas fireplace, a queen feather bed, a whirlpool tub for two, an LCD TV player with DVD player and movies, robes, hair dryer, mini fridge, wireless internet, and in-room coffee. The private bathrooms have shampoo and lavender soap. Some rooms also have claw-foot tubs, towel warmers, CD surround sound systems, or room for an extra person.
The interior of the cabooses reflects influences of trains and railroads and the exteriors are just as memorable. You can enjoy a multi-course breakfast on fine china in the Zephyr dining car known as the “Silver Eagle.”
24 Old Coyote Way, Sequim, WA, Phone: 360-683-7350
17.Quick Weekend Getaways from Seattle: Granite Hills Inn - 2 hours 15 minutes
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This three-room bed and breakfast was built for comfort, meaning that the living areas and common spaces were all specially designed to meet the needs of guests. The suites have jetted tubs, double-headed showers, private bathrooms, gas fireplaces, down comforters, stereo systems, wireless internet, and flat-screen TVs with various entertainment options including DVD players, Netflix, and Roku.
Spend some time hanging out with Buddy, the official canine greeter of the inn. Breakfast always includes organic coffee, hot chocolate, and a selection of tea. The menu rotates and might feature items like scrambled eggs, candied bacon, and Danish pancakes or omelets with blueberry pancakes. The innkeepers can also accommodate special requests and dietary restrictions. Simply step off the property to enjoy a range of outdoor activities.
7970 Icicle Road, Leavenworth, WA, Phone: 509-888-3916
18.Quick Weekend Trip from Seattle: The Guest House Bed and Breakfast - 15 minutes from downtown Seattle
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This hideaway is right in Seattle but feels disconnected from the hustle and bustle thanks to the beautifully manicured gardens and private rooms. The suite has two bedrooms, a sitting room, and a bath and it is the only accommodation, so you are always the only guests. There are reduced rates available if you only need one of the bedrooms. The rooms include a wood-burning fireplace, flat-screen TV featuring DirecTV, and various local travel guides. The rooms have queen beds, cedar-lined closets, screened windows, and truffles from Seattle Chocolates.
Relax in the hot tub surrounded by colorful potted flowers on the garden deck. You also have access to tailored robes, down comforters, thick towels, hair dryers, umbrellas, daily newspapers, and irons. The morning begins with freshly brewed coffee, homemade baked goods, and a gourmet hot breakfast that is either sweet or savory. You can eat in the dining area or outside on the garden deck.
1121 Southwest 160th Street, Seattle, WA, Phone: 206-439-7576
18 Best Romantic Getaways from Seattle, WA
- George Washington Inn - 2 hours 25 minutes, Photo: George Washington Inn
- The Gateway Bed and Breakfast - 1 hour 40 minutes, Photo: The Gateway Bed and Breakfast
- Romantic Getaways from Seattle: Otters Pond B&B on Orcas Island - 3 hours 20 minutes, Photo: Otters Pond B&B on Orcas Island
- Romantic Getaways from Seattle: Kangaroo House B&B On Orcas Island - 3 hours 15 minutes, Photo: Kangaroo House B&B On Orcas Island
- Romantic Getaways from Seattle: Cozy Rose Bed & Breakfast - 2 hours 45 minutes, Photo: Cozy Rose Bed & Breakfast
- Getaways from Seattle for Couples: Sundara West - 1 hour 50 minutes, Photo: Sundara West
- Romantic Getaways from Seattle: Haus Hanika - 2 hours 15 minutes, Photo: Haus Hanika
- Weekend Getaways from Seattle: Miller Tree Inn - 3 hours 40 minutes (with ferry), Photo: Miller Tree Inn
- Romantic Getaways from Seattle: Trumpeter Inn Bed and Breakfast - 3 hours 30 minutes, Photo: Trumpeter Inn Bed and Breakfast
- Romantic Weekend Getaways from Seattle: Lost Mountain Lodge - 2 hours 20 minutes, Photo: Lost Mountain Lodge
- Romantic Weekend Getaways from Seattle: Camas Hotel - 3 hours, Photo: Camas Hotel
- Quick Weekend Getaways from Seattle: The Villa Bed and Breakfast - 1 hour, Photo: The Villa Bed and Breakfast
- Quick Weekend Getaways from Seattle: The GreenHouse Inn By The Bay - 2 hours 30 minutes, Photo: The GreenHouse Inn By The Bay
- Honeymoon from Seattle: Cashmere Mountain Bed and Breakfast - 2 hours 15 minutes, Photo: Cashmere Mountain Bed and Breakfast
- Romantic Weekend Getaways from Seattle: The Commander’s Beach House - 2 hours 10 minutes, Photo: The Commander’s Beach House
- Red Caboose Getaway - 2 hours 10 minutes, Photo: Red Caboose Getaway
- Quick Weekend Getaways from Seattle: Granite Hills Inn - 2 hours 15 minutes, Photo: Granite Hills Inn
- Quick Weekend Trip from Seattle: The Guest House Bed and Breakfast - 15 minutes from downtown Seattle, Photo: The Guest House Bed and Breakfast
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Hotel Spotlight: Inn at Discovery Coast in Long Beach
Nestled in the heart of Long Beach, WA, the Inn at Discovery Coast is a contemporary, adults-only boutique hotel with a distinct coastal-chic ambiance. Reflecting the spectacular local landscapes that surround the hotel, interior spaces are inviting and unique with comfortable decor, exceptional facilities and amenities, and unrivaled hospitality.
The Inn at Discovery Coast is set on a beautiful 21-mile long peninsula, which features an array of exciting things to see and do, including miles of pristine beaches, two lighthouses, and the famous Discovery Trail. The Discovery Trail runs for eight miles along the coastline (and passes directly in front of the hotel) is perfect for walking, jogging, running, or biking.
The Inn at Discovery Coast features a variety of thoughtfully appointed guest studios and suites that are decorated in a fresh, contemporary style with natural hues and textures. Studios and suites range in size from 350 to 500 square feet to cater for every need, however, all accommodations feature private bathrooms with walk-in showers and jetted spa tubs, monogrammed bathrobes and slippers, and organic shower and bath products, as well as exceptional amenities to ensure a comfortable and hassle-free stay.
In-room amenities include memory foam mattresses with organic cotton bedding and pillow menus, microwaves, fridges and coffeemakers with complimentary organic coffee and teas, bottled water, flat-screen HD TVs and DVD players, iPod docking stations, and free wireless Internet. Studios, suites, and lofts have in-room honor bars stocked with delicious snacks and drinks, and guests have complimentary use of beach cruiser bikes to explore the area.
Guest Studios are available in corner or middle units on all levels of the hotel and breathtaking ocean views. Corner and Middle studios are 320 square feet in size and feature king-size beds, en-suite bathrooms with walk-in showers and whirlpool tubs, gas fireplaces and private decks overlooking the ocean.
The Beach House Suite is located on the first floor of the Inn and is 415 square feet in size with partial ocean views. The Suite features a king-size bed, en-suite bathroom with walk-in shower and whirlpool tub, gas fireplace and expansive private ocean-facing deck.
The Beach House Loft offers extra levels of space and luxury on the second floor of the Beach House. This spacious loft is 500 square feet in size and features a king-size bed, en-suite bathroom with walk-in shower and whirlpool tub, gas fireplace and expansive private ocean-facing deck.
Complimentary breakfast baskets are delivered to guest studios and suites every morning and include a selection of freshly baked pastries, fresh fruit and preserves. Alternatively, breakfast vouchers are available to use at Pickled Fish, the onsite restaurant at the Adrift Hotel where a delicious breakfast is served in the dining room.
Pickled Fish is a casual, relaxed restaurant located on the top floor of the Adrift Hotel, which is adjacent to the Inn at Discovery Coast and boasts beautiful ocean views. The restaurant serves a creative, fun menu of locally inspired cuisine freshly prepared and accompanied by a selection of signature cocktails, regional wines, and Northwest microbrews. Pickled Fish is open seven days a week for brunch, dinner, and late dining and offers a room service menu, as well as live music and entertainment throughout the week.
Hotel amenities at the Inn at Discovery Coast include a refreshment stand in the lobby with organic tea, coffee and filtered fruit water, complimentary breakfast baskets delivered to guest studios every morning, and beach cruiser bikes for exploring the beautiful peninsula.
The famous Discovery Trail runs along the shoreline and offers a scenic coastal walkway to enjoy, and there are onsite massage therapy services available on request. The hotel has complimentary high-speed wireless throughout and guests can enjoy live music every evening in the onsite restaurant.
Next door to the Inn at Discovery Coast, the Adrift Hotel offers a variety of spa services, massage therapies, and other salon services, including manicures, pedicures, and other beauty treatments.
The Inn at Discovery Coast is ideally located for exploring the Discovery Coast and famous Discovery Trail, which miles along the coastline and passes directly in front of the hotel. The eight-mile Trail is great for walking, jogging, running, or biking and the Inn is set on a beautiful 21-mile long peninsula, which is home to seven small, characterful communities, which also offer an array of things to see and do.
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421 11th St SW, Long Beach, Washington 98631, Phone: 360-642-5265
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RV Parks in Vancouver, Washington
Situated in Clark County in the southwestern part of the state, Vancouver is the fourth biggest city in Washington State and is technically the biggest suburb of the city of Portland in Oregon. Founded back in 1825 as a simple fur trading post, the city has grown and developed over time to a point where it now covers nearly 50 square miles of land and is home to over 175,000 people, with more than 2.3 million in the surrounding metropolitan area, which includes the city of Portland.
Consistently ranked as one of the best cities in the United States in which to live, Vancouver is home to some beautiful historic buildings from the late 19th century and early 20th century, as well as having a thriving arts and culture scene with lots of interesting annual events like the Vancouver Wine and Jazz Festival and Fourth of July fireworks show. There’s always something going on and something to look forward to in this beautiful city.
Some of the top attractions and touristic landmarks for visitors to Vancouver to check out include the fascinating Fort Vancouver National Historic Site, Kelley Point Park, and the picturesque Vancouver Lake. Vancouver, WA is a popular stopping point for RV tours and road trips of the Pacific Northwest, and there are several highly rated RV parks to check out in the local area. See below for more information on the best RV parks in Vancouver, WA, including contact details and in-depth overviews of the features and amenities of each park.
Ninety Nine RV Park
Situated up in the northern part of the city, Ninety Nine RV Park is a great option for travelers who want to be close to all the amenities and attractions that have made Vancouver one of Washington's most-visited cities while also being able to enjoy the benefits of a quiet and peaceful setting.
Easily accessed from both I-5 and I-205, Ninety Nine RV Park has established itself as one of the best rated RV parks in the city. It features a lot of pull-thru spaces including all the standard utilities and free high speed wireless internet for all guests. This is a relatively no-frills RV park with basic amenities like coin operated laundry facilities and grassy spaces for picnics and games.
1913 NE Leichner Rd, Vancouver, WA 98686, Phone: 360-573-0351
Columbia River RV Park
Technically situated in Portland, Oregon, the Columbia River RV Park is located right in the middle of the famous river and is mere minutes from downtown Vancouver, as well as offering easy access to all the big attractions and landmarks of Portland. It's a great spot for people wishing to explore both of these big cities while also being able to enjoy wonderful views of the Columbia River.
With low rates starting at just $40 and dozens of RV sites to choose from the Columbia River RV Park has a lot to offer and also provides discounts to AAA and Good Sam Club members. The sites at this RV park feature 20, 30, or 50 amp service as well as city water, sewer, cable TV, and free Wi-Fi internet. On-site amenities here are relatively simple, with the park offering coin operated laundry machines and clean restrooms.
10649 NE 13th Ave, Portland, OR 97211, Phone: 888-366-7725
Vancouver RV Park
If you're looking for a Vancouver, WA RV park right in the middle of the city, with direct and easy access to all the main attractions and landmarks, look no further than the aptly named Vancouver RV Park. When you choose to stay at this RV park, you'll only be a few minutes away from some of the city's best eateries and most popular points of interest. This means that Vancouver RV Park is a super spot for people who want to explore the city in the daytime and then retreat to a safe, calm, quiet park in the evenings for a good night’s rest.
Vancouver RV Park is a pet friendly location, so you can bring a furry friend along for the ride if you like, and there are several designated pet areas all around the park to cater to non-human guests. On-site amenities at this RV park include very clean showers, well-maintained restrooms, and coin operated washers and dryers to keep all your clothes and linen clean and fresh at all times.
7603 NE 13th Ave, Vancouver, WA 98665, Phone: 360-695-1158
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