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Miller Tree Inn Bed & Breakfast
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Reviewed 8 February 2008

We came across this delightful bed & Breakfast on a round-Peninsula road trip. There's not a lot in the way of 5-star (or even 4- or 3-star!) accomodation on the peninsula, and we are not accustomed to B&Bs. Forks is a quiet little town along the way, founded out of the logging industry. Forks is a little bigger than most of the towns along the way, so we decided to stay here for the night. The Miller Tree Inn was one of the few places in Forks that we thought looked OK, and we were pleasantly surprised at how fun it was!

The owner/operators were not there when we stayed; their relatives (aunt&uncle?) were "minding the store" while the owners were away on a convention. But they were such wonderful, friendly, down-to-earth people, and an absolute delight to interact with. They were clearly expecting travel partners different than us, but they were more than willing to accomodate us.

The Inn seems to cater mostly to the fishing groups - and I don't think that's all that uncommon in the area. I'm sure the fishing is fantastic, so if youre in Forks for a fishing expedition - these folks definitely cater to you. Up well before dawn, cooking breakfast for the whole lot. We were not, though - we were simply passing through town, and they went out of their way to cater for us, too. Although there were just the two of us, and we were late coming down for breakfast, they fired up the griddle and made us a delicious, simple breakfast.

The bedrooms are all upstairs, as I recall. Ours had a gas fireplace and an in-room Jacuzzi, which is a nice touch. Although, it's a bit unusual to have a somewhat noisy whirlpool running in a B&B, but it's a nice tough anyway. There are several common areas / "living room" spaces, each comfortable with furniture, views of the fireplaces, etc. Although, from a decorator's point of view, the areas seemed cramped. But, with as many seperate areas as there are, it seems nice.

ALl-in-all, the Miller Tree Inn is a pleasant stay. It's not a high-end hotel, but B&Bs aren't that genre. We enjoyed the folksy stay. Oh, and if you go, do pet the wonderfully friendly albino cat! He's the best!

  • Stayed: October 2007, travelled as a couple
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Thank mjcampbell
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Reviewed 21 January 2008

The innkeepers, Bill and Susan, were phenomenal ... very accommodating hosts! We stayed in the Orchard Suite, with our golden retriever. The Inn was beautiful and well maintained ... each of the 8 rooms were nicely decorated and very clean. Bill and Susan were very helpful in recommending dinner locations and must-see sights around the Olympic Peninsula. Breakfast was absolutely delicious - made-to-order! Cookies, tea, coffee, etc. was on hand throughout the evening and morning. We plan on returning to their B&B in the future ... highly recommend to future travelers!

  • Stayed: January 2008, travelled as a couple
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Thank WAfamily
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Reviewed 21 September 2007

My wife and I stayed for three nights in the Sunset Room. The room was comfortable and clean. The common areas were very nice, full of photographs and reading material. The hot tub was an added treat. Breakfast was good and plentiful. Bill was very helpful with things to do and places to eat. We would definitely stay again.

  • Stayed: September 2007, travelled as a couple
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Thank WorldwiseHouston_Tx
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Reviewed 12 September 2007

Our extended family of 5 (three adults, a teenager, and a 4-year-old) spent several days in the Orchard Suite at the Miller Tree Inn in late August 2007. We stumbled across the inn somewhat accidentally (we had hoped to stay in one of the lodges inside Olympic National Park, but they were all booked) - but we saw the good reviews on TripAdvisor and decided to give it a try. We were not disappointed.

As many reviewers have commented, Bill and Susan are about the nicest people you could ever hope to meet. As we pulled into the driveway on arrivla, Bill came outside, greeted us by name and helped us carry in our luggage. Both he and Susan are kind and personable, yet not intrusive - which can be a tricky balance to strike at smaller inns like this! Any time we had questions or wanted to chat, they would happily do so; at the same time, they respected our privacy, and they never imposed themselves. They're both extremely knowledgeable about the area (Bill was actually born in the house) and gave us all kinds of detailed information about where to go and what to do - everything from when to hit which beach at low tide to see the tidepools to how to skirt Port Angeles traffic while driving to Hurricane Ridge. We happened to be staying at the inn during Bill and Susan's anniversary, so we had an innsitter named Mary for the two days that Bill and Susan went on vacation. Mary was just as nice and competent, and had that great balance of attentiveness that wasn't intrusive. Both Mary and the Bill-Susan combination served up great breakfasts each morning - anything from gingerbread pancakes with lemon butter to a southwestern-style frittata - always with plenty of fresh fruit, pastries, meat (usually sausage or bacon), and eggs on request. This was a particular treat in Forks, which has pretty limited eating-out options (the primary choices are pizza, burgers, or Mexican).

The property itself is pleasant and comfortable, though not luxurious - it's just simple country comfort. The grounds are lovely, with pastoral views in three directions (the other direction looks toward tiny "downtown" Forks), and lots of charming features like a tandem bike in the garage. Some mornings and evenings we could step outside the Orchard Suite and see herds of elk in the far field (you have to walk or drive up the road to get a good view - but it's only a 5-10 minute walk). There's also an outdoor jacuzzi under the trees, which is a welcome treat after a long day of hiking.

The main house was built in the 1920s and is full of character. It has plenty of books, games, and videos and a piano in the living room, and is constantly stocked with coffee, tea, and snacks. The Orchard Suite is a newer addition - it doesn't have the architectural charm of the main house, but is clean and comfortable, and has the convenience of a kitchenette. I should note that, while the Orchard Suite technically sleeps 5 (between a king bed, a sofabed, and a rollaway cot), it can get quite cramped with that many people, particularly because there's very little storage space for luggage, clothing, etc. (I ended up putting most of our clothes in the drawers in the kitchenette!) But we also had an unusual group - three adults, a 16-year-old, and a small child. Two adults and one or two younger children would be much more comfortable - and for a couple, it would be very spacious. Some older relatives of ours stayed in the main house for a couple of days, and their rooms were very comfortable.

Also, the inn's location is great for exploring Olympic National Park. The park itself is enormous, and there are no roads or accommodations in the center, so there's no way to avoid lots of driving if you want to see different areas of the park. But Forks is central enough for manageable day trips to many different areas - Sol Duc Hot Springs and Lake Crescent, the Hoh Rainforest, the Mora area beaches, etc. It's also far less touristed than the Port Angeles / Port Townsend area. The beaches near Forks are quite spectacular, particularly Second Beach (which involves an easy 20-minute walk through the forest). Forks itself is nothing special - it's just a small, mostly blue-collar logging town - but I liked its authenticity and general lack of tourist-trap shops. And if you're going to stay in Forks, the Miller Tree Inn is perfectly situated - just on the outskirts of the town, so you really get the rural feel, but close enough that you could walk to the main intersection in 10-15 minutes (this is a VERY small town).

All in all, we were extremely pleased with our stay at the Miller Tree Inn - it was comfortable and pleasant and served as the perfect base for exploring Olympic NP. We wouldn't hesitate to recommend it, or to return ourselves.

  • Stayed: August 2007, travelled with family
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Reviewed 21 August 2007

The owners of this property are extremely friendly and obviously love running a B&B - they make every effort to make your stay comfortable and fun, and they are incredibly knowledgeable about the area. We stayed for one night in the Blue Jay room, which has a private bathroom across the hall, but that was totally fine. The decor is old-fashioned and very homey. The dining options in Forks are pretty limited, and the breakfast at the inn was just OK, but the scenery and surroundings on the olympic peninsula are just lovely and this is a great choice if you are looking for a comfortable and affordable place to stay and don't want to camp.

  • Stayed: July 2007, travelled as a couple
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Thank MrsTaco
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