I stayed 2 nights in the "Whale Watcher" cottage, a 2 bedroom unit at Straitside Resort in Sekiu, WA. The motel is old--perhaps the oldest in town--which makes it a rustic but charming enough place to stay. The cottage consists of 2 bedrooms (1 has a Queen bed, the other 2 twins), a small kitchen, and a small bathroom with a shower. There are no doors separating the bedrooms from the kitchen, something which I suspect would be an issue for many travelers (I traveled alone, so it didn't matter). The website gives the impression that the cottage is right at water's edge; this is a little misleading. The motel is on the other side of the road from the harbor, and the view is partly obscured by the lobby/manager's unit and a motel on the ocean side of the road. The decor is the opposite of corporate motel-chain, with many cozy unique touches. The staff is very friendly.
Sekiu is totally dominated by fishermen who come to town to launch their boats from the marina or hire local boats. Most of the ocean front is dominated by the marina, which is nice enough, and huge gravel lots that serve as RV parking (not so charming). The only other reason to stay in Sekiu would be to have a convenient launching point for hikes to Lake Ozette/Cape Alava, or Cape Flattery. The rustic charm of the motel (and town) is probably not a good reason to pick Sekiu for a romantic getaway.