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Huckleberry Lodge Cabins
Ranked #5 of 11 Forks B&B and Inns
Reviewed 21 July 2011

I stayed at Huckleberry Lodge for 2 nights during the 4th July weekend and surely enjoyed my stay. I stayed in the Trapper cabin which is probably the smallest cabin but perfect for a solo traveler or even for a couple. The cabin has well maintained bed, faucet, power outlets, refrigerator, etc. For the Trapper cabin, the bathroom is a 1-min walk from the cabin; for all other cabins the bathrooms are attached with the cabins. Pacific Northwest is very scenic and one can just enjoy the beauty of the place by roaming around in the property. Plus, for the price I couldn't have asked for anything better;it's one of the best deals considering the price vs. quality of the cabins.

  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled solo
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Reviewed 12 July 2011

Based on TripAdvisor reviews, I booked cabin #2 for 2 nights as the last leg of a trip hiking the Olympic Rainforest (glorious/marvelous/fantastic!) and it was everything everyone said on the reviews and more. The cabin (duplex) was delightful and tastefully decorated, right down to the kitchen towels. The bed/linens/towels were superior to what you would find in any nice hotel. The location was quiet and the hot tob divine after a long day on the trails. Only wish we had had time to use the complimentary bag of s'more fixings before we left. It was a nice touch (one of many) and reminded me of numerous hours spent around the campfire as a child. Lastly, working with Jan to book the cabin was a pleasure and I can't thank her enough for "going the extra mile" to make our reservation work. I will and do highly recommend Huckleberry Lodge to anyone traveling in the area. We definitely will be back!!!!

Room Tip: Cabin #2 was part of a duplex, but we never heard any noise coming from the family next door, and th...
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  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 8 July 2011

Rented cabin 1 which had 2 queen beds, small fridge, microwave, toaster and coffee maker. The cabin was decorated really cute and our welcome gift was a bag with all the makings for smores. Nice touch! There is a hammock in the yard and a hot tub available for use so what more could you ask for. Great location and fantastic price. Very quiet location and only a 5 minute drive to town. Highly recommend this place.

  • Stayed: July 2011, travelled with family
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Thank Michele H
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Reviewed 16 June 2011

We toured the whole Northwest coast and this was my FAVORITE night by far! We stayed in the Trapper Cabin which was adorable and affordable. We had a little walk through the woods to the bathroom but the facilities were very nice and clean. The bed was super comfortable and the cabin was well furnished. It had electricity, a TV, a little fridge and an airconditioner. It was the most perfect stay. I know they had larger cabins also but the tiny trapper cabin was perfect for us.

  • Stayed: July 2010, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 10 June 2011

My husband and I visited Huckleberry lodge for 4 nights in May 2011, we booked it after finding it on Trip Advisor and reading the great reviews it received. I have to say I wasn't disappointed, we arrived after a long drive from Seattle airport to find a lovely log cabin with a front porch, the door was open (it is self check-in) and the key and welcome envelope were on the table. Other reviews have said that the owners had BBQs outside and invited them round etc., we never actually saw another soul the whole time we were there!
We stayed in cabin 2 which is one half of a semi-detached cabin which also has the option of an adjoining door if you book cabins 1&2. Inside was cosy with two double beds, a table and chairs, tv cabinet with tv and dvd player, a well fitted open kitchen with coffee maker, toaster, microvave, fridge and hob leading on to a bathroom. The whole thing was very clean and comfortable and a great base to enjoy the surrounding area.
The cabin was cleaned every day and the site also offers laundry facilities in a separate building.

The only negatives were very minor, being wooden, the walls are very thin and the noise of the couple moving around, talking and snoring in the adjoining room seemed pretty loud in the relative quiet but we've had worse in posh hotels. If you're staying for longer than a couple of nights and want to unpack properly there isnt any hanging space except a couple of coathangers on the side of the tv cabinet but plenty of drawer space, and last but by no means least being a british tea drinker there was a distinct lack of a kettle! On the whole tho our stay at the Huckleberry lodge was a very pleasant and comfortable one, however if I went back I would book cabin 3 which is detached.

Dont forget to ask for the WiFi password, we didnt think it was available but we had it left on the table on our last night.

On our last night we were also treated to a visit from a herd of Elk passing through the field right past the back of the cabin!

Room Tip: Cabin three is detached and quieter
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  • Stayed: May 2011, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed 6 January 2011

Huckleberry Lodge is such a beautiful place, we stayed in the Trapper cabin - which was great value for money and cleaned every day. We went to Forks originally because of Twilight but we fell in love with the place - the scenery is amazing and the people are lovely. Huckleberry lodge is secluded, with regular visits from elk, right next to a beautiful river, surrounded by trees and with very lovely owners. The first night we stayed there, we were welcomed to join the owners, their friends and other campers for a campfire dinner. It was perfect and we enjoyed listening to their friend tell us about quileute tales, drum and sing. The next night we were shown how to make s'mores by the americans staying there. During our days we visited La Push's beaches and the Hoh rainforest. I wish we could have stayed longer and there really is so much to see around Forks. We will be back one day most definitely - was my favourite place to visit out of all the places we visited on our 90 day backpacking trip around america. Perfect.

  • Stayed: August 2010, travelled as a couple
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Thank NallyUK
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Reviewed 19 October 2010

My 15 year old daughter wanted to go to Forks, WA because of the Twilight series. We stayed in Cabin #2 and it was great! Very clean and comfortable, we loved staying there. They also had a washer and dryer on site, which was great. They do have a sauna (which we didn't use) and a nice firepit with supplies right outside of Cabin #2. The only letdown was that the hot tub is actually located right outside the living room window of the owner's house, so we didn't use it. Other than that, this was a super place to stay and it is centrally locate to the local beaches and the Hoh Rain Forest.

  • Stayed: August 2010, travelled with family
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Address: 1171 Big Pine Way, Forks, WA 98331
Region: United States > Washington > Forks
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Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Free Parking Kitchenette
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Ranked #5 of 11 B&Bs / Inns in Forks
Price Range: £72 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 6
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