We've been here several times before, but we usually come in late October.
This year we came up for Easter in Sequim, and found the weather in
April is just about the same as it is in October. We're from Southern California,
so we don't mind seeing a little precipitation occasionally, as it doesn't
happen at home much anymore.
We always try to stay in the San Juan suite, as the fireplace sort of adds to
the Pacific Northwest experience. The kitchen is fully stocked with everything
you need to cook meals (not cleaning up after yourself is not acceptable).
Also the barbeques out back can make for a real good time. We can sit at the
front table and watch the ships go by all day long. (go to vessesl tracker on
your tablet or laptop. You can watch the progess of the boats past your
window. It's a nice diversion from daily life!) The neighborhood is just so
quiet and tranquil, especially when you get straifed by a Bald Eagle looking
for dinner by the water at dusk!
Papa Crab and Mrs K. (AKA, John and Karin), are just about the nicest
people around. They are both a trove of local knowledge, and will happily
advise you on anything from driving up to Hurricane Ridge, to eating at any
of the local restaurants. (We keep finding awesome new places that are low-
key, casual, and with a home spirit) We just love the slow-paced lifestyle
up here. It is just a great place to hang for four or ten days.
Every time I ask John what he wants for the place, He laughs at me!
John, it's not a joke! We love your place, and don't stay anywhere else.
Skip and Deb Jordan
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- "A collection of roomy cottages, Dungeness Bay Cottages enjoys a lovely setting...With private beach...Picnic tables & chairs. The cottages have full kitchens...Plus sweeping views of mountains & cow pastures outback!"...From Frommers. The beach, the Bay, the Olympic Park hikes, waterfalls, the wild beaches and Rain Forest, Victoria, B.C.Are all in your reach! ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Dungeness Bay Cottages Hotel Sequim
- Dungeness Bay Hotel