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The website pics do not do this place justice. The location on the river, the well-tended landscaping and flowers, and the kitchen will all necessary provisions made me wish we were staying for longer than two nights. Check in was friendly with information provided about...More
This place was a bit of heaven on earth. The grounds are just beautiful! We stayed in Cabin 2 and loved that the amenities were top notch and it was equipped with everything you could need. Loved the heated bathroom floors. I could go on...More
This spot well exceeded our expectations. The room was beautifully decorated, the grounds were meticulously landscaped, the owners were very friendly and helpful. The owners clearly have a high attention to detail- it shows in things like the quality of the toiletries, the smart arrangement...More
We stayed two nights at QRR. The hosts were very nice and accommodating. The rooms are arranged in a row reminiscent of a 1950's motel. They have been renovated and the property is currently being improved. The lodge itself is new, with a river stone...More
I just finished a 3 night stay at Quillayute River Resort. I could give a detailed review but I will keep it short. The owners are friendly, down to earth, attention to detail, they anticipate the needs of their guests and go the extra mile....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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"Short walk on lovely path from parking, a couple of steps up to the room, and a great place to stay!"