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I visited this small resort a few years ago and found it even more enchanting. Each suite is perfectly set, wooden floors, quality appliances, excellent beds. Fully equipped kitchen if you prefer to eat in, which is a good choice since restaurants in Dorks are...More
This small resort, if you can call it that, is beautifully maintained. The gardens are immaculate and if you're adventurous, you'll even find a tree swing in a hidden grove. The rooms are large will a small sitting room and kitchen that is so well...More
Just stayed 1 night but wish it was more!
Missed the sign so took us a while to find- once we saw it it seemed hard to miss!
Great position near some beautiful beaches.
Cute cottage. Well stocked. Big fridge/freezer.
Nice bathroom. Beds-...More
We were in the Forks area for a week and reserved different resorts and lodges every two nights to get a different perspective and experience, but after arriving at this resort, we wished we would have booked the entire week at it. The pictures online...More
Stayed two lovely nights. Mornings with coffee and views of the river, hummingbirds, and English-like-garden relaxed my soul.
I agree with Emily that the pictures don't capture it's beauty.
Owners Linda and Chip Keen are helpful and friendly----and have put their hearts and excellent taste...More
Response from LMKForksWA | Property representative |
Hi, thank you for your question. We're 2 miles from the Olympic National Park's wilderness coastline boundary. Rialto Beach is another 2 miles past that. Olympic National Park also includes about a million acres of... More
Hi, thank you for your question. We're 2 miles from the Olympic National Park's wilderness coastline boundary. Rialto Beach is another 2 miles past that. Olympic National Park also includes about a million acres of mountains and valleys, so distance from the park is largely a matter of definition. For example, we're 22 miles from the turnoff to Hoh River Visitor's Center, which is a World Heritage Site, and about half that distance to the Bogachiel river valley, which is the next rainforest valley to the north of the Hoh.
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"All the rooms are great! But we had the corner room which had an extra window."