We stayed in one of the 10 new stand alone cabins at the Cape Resort, formerly the Cape Motel. The Motel has been removed, and these new cabins and an RV park are what remain.
Each cabin is identical, a small (approx 14 by 18 ft) cabin with a queen bed, and a twin bunk tucked in a closet like space. There is a comfortable bathroom with bath, and a kitchenette, with a microwave, coffee maker and small fridge. There is also a barstool like table with 2 stools. There was no silverware or plates or utensils, just some coffee cups. Good for an easy breakfast. There is a porch out front with 2 plastic chairs. Good for 2 people, a bit cramped for our family of 4. There is no place to really sit except the queen bed. The cabin is well lit, good windows, and good heat. Wifi in the lobby, or in close proximity (not in cabin 9). The price is very fair for what it is, and it looked to be the best accommodation in town.
The staff was very friendly and competent, a joy to deal with during reservations and check in.
Linda's pizza in Neah Bay was outstanding, with thin crust gourmet pizzas and delicious big salads, at a reasonable price. It closed at 7 on a Wednesday.More
- Free Parking
- Free Internet