My family of four stayed here for 3 nights. We stayed in the Singer Tavern cottages. This was a total splurge - the rooms are expensive. But I was very happy that we chose the cottages. They are so cute and they look out at the water and the beatiful lodge. You could not ask for a more picturesque place to go to sleep. The rooms have been updated and they are sparse and tidy with very comfortable beds. The floor in the bathroom could use a better scrubbing. Food here is expensive and I would recommend eating on the lodge porch rather than eating in the dining room. You can order off the main menu or the porch menu and I think the porch is a prettier setting. The hardest thing about staying here is food. There is nowhere to get something quick and inexpensive. The little grocery has almost nothing to eat. Breakfast is a struggle with kids if you don't want to spend a lot of money. We found a larger grocery store and bought bananas and muffins and even had a picnic of grocery store fried chicken one night. Plan ahead for food. It can really break the bank. Having said that, we loved our stay here. All the staff was very friendly. We loved the lodge and played games by the fire every night. I was so happy that we decided to stay here and we will remember this trip as one of our favorites.
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- Lodge located in the Olympic Peninsula on the shore of Lake Crescent. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Lake Crescent Hotel Olympic National Park