We had a large group staying at Seal Lodge and it was really pretty good. This "cabin" has three bedrooms and three bathrooms. So it sleeps at least 6, up to 8 if you use the sofa bed. Unfortunately, the dining room table doesn't fit this big of a group, so we always had some people inside and some outside. We all saw this as a negative, since we are a very social group! The "spa" shower in the king sized bedroom didn't work, the towels all smelled somewhat musty. And, I have to say it, as is common with many resort places, there were so many knick-knacks and decorations on all the flat surfaces, it was difficult to find room for our own things! I wish people would be more restrained in decorating vacation spots. No closets really, no shelves in the bathrooms, hardly any place in the kitchen to put our food and not much food prep area either. But, the views were fantastic, we saw lots of wildlife- orcas, otters, seals, not to mention all the birds. The sunsets were super!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Private Jacuzzis, Sauna on the grounds, sea views, full kitchens. Cottages by the Sea. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- The Salish Seaside Escapes Orcas Island/Eastsound, WA