Lockaerie Resort is an ideal location to stay while exploring the Lake Quinault area. The owners Tom and Chris have done an amazing job of restoring this jewel of a small resort. They are also sweet people and a good source of local information. Tom was a great help in getting us set up with a small BBQ to cook our evening meals on and owns a beautifyully restored 1954 Chevy truck..The resort consists of the owners remodeled house and office with a lovely garden and lawn area, with several tidy steep hillside cabins of varying sizes overlooking the lake. We stayed in one of the smallest,Elinore, because it was the cheapest of the lot --$150/night. The very rustic 1 bdr cabin was at the top of the hill, next to the garden, had its own parking space, was very clean, had a nice wood burning stove, fully equiped kitchen wi tiny bathroom and small porch. The beds were comfortable. Sadly the living room held a single bed and some not very comfortable chairs making just hanging out in our cabin not so enjoyable. Had this area been set up a little better, I could see charging $150 / night but, it felt more like a$75-100 place. On top of this we were not allowed to use the kayaks and canoes on the lake--not the owners fault, the local Indian tribe was apparently flexing their muscles that weekend. Hopefully this has been worked out by now. Although over-priced by $50/night, this is a quiet and peaceful place to stay. If the price would have been more reasonable I would have rated it higher--very good.
- Also Known As:
- Lochaerie Hotel Amanda Park