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Wanted to go out to the coast and didn’t want to eat out all the time at limited offerings in town. The QRR is a six unit establishment with a few different floor plans. I stayed in unit five by myself and thoroughly enjoyed my...More
Great location, sparkling clean, totally outfitted kitchen and most comfortable beds. Heated tile floor in bathroom, nice propane fire-stove and comfortable all round. Perfect sitting room, along with table, and a view of the river, right out the door. Wonderful spot from which to enjoy...More
We stayed here in August. We were spending two days up in the rain forest and wanted somewhere close by to stay overnight. Somehow I stumbled on this gem and I'm so glad I did! First off, the owner's live on the property and you...More
We stayed for two nights, loved the location on the river so beautiful. The rooms were stocked with all the necessities, and there are picnic tables outside by the river. The gardens are stunning. If you go with kids there is a little trail that...More
My wife and I have stayed at the Quillayute River Resort, three times over the past few years. We have used this resort as a quick weekend get away and have always enjoyed the beautiful setting. Chip and Linda, the owners, have done a wonderful...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!"