Forks, WA, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Forks

Home/Apartment
Good
63 reviews
1br Home/Apartment
  • Parking
The Spaceromantic cabin in the woods. Guest Accessdrive right in front of the cabin you never need to back out ,plenty of room to drive ahead and around to the road. Interaction with Guestsi have a gift for my guest,you are welcome to ask questions and i will help with directions. The Neighborhoodthe cabin is private with a trail,fire pit with wood, Getting Aroundyou will need a car. Other Things to NoteThe neighbors dog does sometimes get loose and you may see it near or on the property from time to time. If there are any problems concerning the dog, please give me a call and I will take care of it.
Home/Apartment
Excellent
71 reviews
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  • Smoking Allowed
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceThe Shack is a great place to channel your inner camper! Enjoy your quiet evenings under the stars. Take a walk around the property and bask in the shade of mossy maple trees. The listing says "real beds". I can't change this. There are no "real beds". They are wooden single person bunk beds with mattress pads. Although, we have had numerous guests sleep two smaller adults on the two bottom bunks. The two uppermost bunks are slightly shorter than the others. You bring your own bedding. If you need sleeping bags, please ask. The floors are cement. The Shack is cozy. It is not full of extra space for hanging out. The purpose is to provide a shelter for sleep and spend your days outdoors. There is no electricity so lighting is limited. We provide a lantern. Bringing a flashlight or headlamp is advised. Guest AccessYou will have complete access to The Shack. You may come and go as you please but when driving through the fields and on Gaydeski Road please drive very slowly! The Shack is accessible by car. Interaction with GuestsWe always escort our guests down through the field and woods. We do not allow anyone to arrive without being escorted. Once at The Shack, my parents will show you around and get you familiar with how things work. For example: lantern, wood stove, outhouse etc. Once this is complete you are on your own! You are always welcome to call us during your stay if you have questions or need something. My parents live right up the road. The NeighborhoodThe Shack is located five miles north if Forks on the banks of the Sol Duc river. You must pass through a quiet neighborhood to get to The Shack which is located in the woods. We are building a cabin roughly 100 yards away from The Shack. You will see this on your drive in. It won't be worked on while you are there we just want you to be aware that it is there. Getting AroundThe grocery store is only 10 minutes away. The Shack is 30 minutes away from the nearest ocean beaches. The Olympic National Forrest, Lake Crescent, Sol Duc Hot Springs and Kalaloch Lodge are all wonderful places to explore and are close by. Please visit our website for more information and images! (URL HIDDEN) Other Things to NoteBats come out at night! I only list this to warn people who my be scared of such things. They should not bother you but they will fly around at night just as a bird would during the day. Expect all things at The Shack that you would experience camping. Spiders, mosquitos, moths... We can not prevent these critters from making an appearance given the environment that The Shack is in. We apologize in advance for any unwanted encounters you may have with such creatures. Please visit our website for more information Please do not drive to The Shack if you have not called and reserved your stay. We look forward to hearing from you!
Bedroom
Excellent
161 reviews
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpacePrivate room with private entrance. Great Fishing nearby, on the beautiful Bogachiel River, boat launch nearby. Close proximity to Downtown Forks, clean and quite accommodation. In the heart of Olympic National Park. Guest AccessAccess to Bogachiel River, boat launch nearby. Interaction with GuestsGuests are welcome to be independent or interact with us if they choose to. We respect your privacy if you just want or need a quiet getaway. The NeighborhoodWe are nestled at the end of Bogachiel Way between our family farm and one neighbor. Our safe and comfortable room will meet the needs of most guests.
Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceWe are proud to offer our newly remodeled guest house (by us!). Craftsman style NW home with attached one bedroom guest house. Local art and a mix of new and vintage furniture contribute to it's eclectic/modern/cabin style. Very comfortable one bedroom guest house with new firm memory foam mattress, high thread count cotton linens, and nice towels. The living area has a comfortable queen sized sleeper sofa to sleep an extra two if needed. Private entrance and fenced in yard. Wifi, DirecTV, book collection, DVDs, full kitchen w/ organic spices, full bath and all natural toiletries. A block from Forks proper, and a wonderful jump off point for much of the Olympic National Park (beaches, rainforest, etc). Enjoy what the West End of the beautiful Olympic Peninsula has to offer, and relax after a long day in the comforts of "home"! Guest AccessA front yard with patio furniture / outdoor eating space. Small grill available in the summer months. Interaction with GuestsWe are not normally at the home upon check-in. Guests check themselves in anytime after 4pm. Earlier arrival can be arranged if cleared by owners first. We (owners) are sometimes staying in the home next door. We would love to say "Hi" & help with any questions/needs, but you can keep the stay as private as you'd like. Try giving us a call or email first, as the folks next door may be renters as well. If we're not staying on the property...we're just a phone call away and happy to help with any questions/needs. Other Things to NoteParking is available on the street directly in front of the guest house.
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2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceWe just bought this home a few years ago, and have since remodeled the whole thing! We tried our best to maintain it's original charm, and put our own modern spin on it as well. We reclaimed much of the old and local woods, and were able to purchase many other materials locally to complete the project. It now has one main house (advertised above), and a guest house that we also rent out. Rent one, or both for multiple families. While there is much privacy between the two when rented seperately - it can all be opened up for a flow between the spaces as well. We are located right in Forks proper, with excellent access to shops, restaurants, etc. It also proves to be a great home base for the National Park, as it is right in the middle of many attractions. I have worked in the hotel and service industry for a long time, and believe that we have left our home very accommodating for couples and families alike. Fully furnished, with coffee/tea and treats for your stay...all you have to do is show up, and you're at "home". Guest AccessGuest has access to a small front yard & patio furniture. Interaction with GuestsWe are not normally at the home upon check-in. Guests check themselves in anytime after 4pm. Earlier arrival can be arranged if cleared by owners first. We (owners) are sometimes staying in the home next door. We would love to say "Hi" & help with any questions/needs, but you can keep the stay as private as you'd like. If we're not staying on the property...we're just a phone call away. The NeighborhoodAlthough just off the main street, our neighborhood has proved to be quiet and friendly. There is a nursery just down the street that we love to stroll to with our morning coffee. There are restaurants & coffee stands all within a short walk, and a quick drive to enjoy sunrise or sunset at our local beaches. Getting AroundFor those of you not traveling by car...there is a public transit bus station right across the street (1/8 mile) that travels both North & South on the 101. Other Things to NoteParking is available directly in front of the home, on the street. There is generally enough room for two vehicles if necessary (or truck & boat), but verify with owner before arrival.
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  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpacePrivate room in 3-story, 1916 historic farmhouse. Each of the 8 rooms are unique, with different amenities. Except for the Minnie Room, all rooms have a king bed, private bath with tub/shower, TV, DVD player and small refrigerator. Minnie has a queen bed and private bath with shower only. WE DO HAVE A CAT, SO BEWARE IF YOU HAVE ALLERGIES! Guest AccessThere are two common rooms with piano, DVD library, games and puzzles. 24-hour complimentary snacks are available, including cookies, popcorn mix, granola bars, fresh fruit, cocoa, coffee and tea. Each guest room also has a small refrigerator with complimentary soft drinks. Interaction with GuestsSusan and Bill, or our innsitters Cheryl, Jill or K.C., personally serve a full, hot breakfast every morning between 7:30 and 9:00 AM. We are also available throughout the day and early evening for questions and travel suggestions. However, we respect everyone's privacy if they just want to spend their time alone. The NeighborhoodWe are located on the edge of Forks (population 3500), about 6 1/2 blocks from the main street. The inn is bordered by pasture land on the east and south sides, our neighbor's 1 1/2 acre yard, then City Hall on the west side and East Division Street at the front of the house on the north side. Getting AroundThere is public transportation to Forks, but it is more difficult to explore surrounding areas without your own car. Free parking is provided on site. The Hoh Rain Forest is about 1 hour's drive south from Forks and the Pacific Ocean beaches at LaPush and Rialto are about 20 minutes away. It is a 4 hour drive from SeaTac, our nearest major airport south of Seattle. There is also limited air service to Port Angeles, about 1 1/4 hours away. Other Things to NoteFans of author Stephenie Meyers' "Twilight" book series will enjoy the sights in and around Forks. However, none of the movies were filmed here or in Lapush, so those looking only for filming sites will be disappointed. Those are located in Portland, OR, Vancouver, BC, Baton Rouge, LA and Brazil.
Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
    The SpaceThe Bogie Bungalow is located in the heart of the Olympic Peninsula, with easy access to all major trails and sites Olympic National Park provides ~ mountains, rivers and wilderness ocean beaches. Check "Guest Access" for some of my favorite places! Altho no TV, the cabin does have a DVD/VCR with a large supply of movies. Wifi exists but is weak. Electric "fireplace" in the living room. Outside campfire wood provided. Guest AccessBogie Bungalow – General Information Check-in: 2:00 Check-out: 12:00 (URL HIDDEN) Owner: Stephanie Wickersham, 101 Hollow Rd., Forks, WA 98331 Emergency Contact Phone Numbers: Stephanie – (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Dave – (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Forks has frequent, brief power outages. If power goes out, water will also go out as we are on a community well powered by electricity. When power is restored, the pump needs to be restarted manually. Someone in the neighborhood will do this. If for some reason the pump is not restarted within half an hour of the power being restored, contact me at one of the above numbers. Emergency drinking water is available on the porch. Rainwater for flushing, washing, etc. is available in a large tub outside the northwest corner of the cabin. It’s the wilderness experience! The floors in the cabin are new. Whenever possible, please remove shoes when inside, sweep up dirt and rocks, and quickly dry any wet areas on the floor. Firewood for the fire pit is on the porch. Please be conservative with the size of your fire. Fire danger is a constant in wooded areas like ours. Extra blankets are in the bottom section of the dresser, as are the airbeds. Extra, extra blankets are in the trunk beside the futon. Futon and airbed sheets are in the dresser drawers. The pictures in the cabin are the original works of David Youngberg, a Forks photographer. These pictures (and others) can be ordered online at (EMAIL HIDDEN) and can also be purchased directly from the cabin. Prices available upon request. The postcards are his also. Please take a couple, and purchase any more that you would like for 25 cents a card. David can be reached by phone at (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). Cell phone coverage is problematic, but most phones will work as soon as you get to Highway 101. We have been working on wifi for the cabin. My laptop does connect using “Bogie Guest”. The easiest connection is on the porch on the little glass table. If your time is limited, some places that are “must sees” are the following: TRAILS TO THE SOUTH: Ruby Beach – s. about 20 minutes – Great tide pools at low tide! Kalaloch Beach and Lodge – s. about 25 minutes (Most of the cabin pictures are from Ruby or Kalaloch) Hoh Rain Forest – s. 7 miles to the turnoff. Great place to see elk, and nice hikes starting at the visitor’s center. Don’t miss the Hall of Mosses! Oil City – s. about seven miles, but turn to the right (west) at the Cottonwood Recreation Area sign. If you cross the Hoh River, you went too far. Stay on the road (don’t go into Cottonwood). Oil City is neither a city nor has oil. It is the outlet of the Hoh River. Drive to the end of the road, park and take the easy hike to the beach (about a 20 minute walk). The trail comes out at the Hoh River, and you’ll have to poke around a little to regain the trail to the beach. There are usually many eagles, pelicans, herons, and other seabirds. Across the river is the Hoh Indian Reservation, so you can often see net fishing in the river. CAUTION: IF YOU HAVE KIDS, THERE ARE DROPOFFS AND WASHOUTS along the trail into the river, and the trail is not posted. TRAILS TO THE NORTH: Rialto Beach – n. past Forks about 1 mile to the turnoff (left), clearly marked for Olympic National Park beaches. Rialto is easy access with picnic area, firepits, tables and bathrooms. Second and Third Beach/LaPush – Not very fancy names, but absolutely glorious beaches! My favorite is Second Beach with a little creek, but Third Beach has a waterfall at times. Second Beach is about a 30 minute walk with a hill at the end, and Third Beach is a bit longer. LaPush/First Beach – LaPush is the home of the Quileute Indian Nation. The beach is First Beach, has a creek and very easy access. You can park at Lonesome Creek Store for a small fee. First Beach is not part of the park, and dogs are allowed off-leash. Great fireworks during Quileute Days (mid-July)! The River’s Edge Restaurant has great views with good eagle sightings. Gray whales can often be spotted at these beaches in September and March/April as they take a break during their bi-annual migration. Take your binoculars and watch for the tell-tale water spray as they exhale. There is a tide schedule in the table in the cabin. Area maps are also in there, or in the storage folder on the table. Lake Crescent Lodge – A great place to stop for lake viewing and a drink on the porch, and to get information about the Lake Crescent area – about 40 miles north of Forks. Also good for swimming, especially with kids. There is a wonderful hiking trail on the opposite, roadless side of the lake called the Spruce Railroad Trail. It is easy and well worth the effort. East Beach on Lake Crescent – great place for kids for swimming-shallow! No lifeguards, however, and floatation toys can be used. Sol Duc Hot Springs and Falls – About 27 miles north of Forks to the turn-off. The road back is lovely, and ends at an easy, self guiding tour to a small gorge and waterfall. Sol Duc Hot Springs is a natural hot springs with three hot pools and a cold pool. Includes a restaurant, snack bar, gift shop and shower area. For some reason, a gray day in Forks is often a sunny day in the Sol Duc Valley! Neah Bay and Lake Ozette – A little more than an hour drive. Home to the Makah Indians. The road from Clallam Bay to Neah Bay is slow, curvy, and beautiful with lots of eagles and views across the Straits of Juan de Fuca to Canada. Cape Flattery is an unforgettable hike out a cliff looking towards Tatoosh Island. Fish Hatchery and Interpretive Center – Near milepost 203, turn onto the Mary Clark Road. Immediately turn right and follow to the end. There is a nice interpretive center, holding tanks for fry, and an entrapment pond for the big guys, if you are lucky. The shed where the eggs are processed may also be open. Interesting activity if you hit a rainy day. GUARANTEED (almost!) ELK SIGHTING: Olympic National Park was originally founded to preserve the area elk, known as Roosevelt Elk. The herd was almost extinct when Teddy Roosevelt set aside park lands for their protection. In the summer, they can frequently be seen from the cabin just downriver, either grazing or crossing the river. In Forks, turn right (east) at the stoplight onto Division Street. Follow Division to the very end (about a mile). The road gets quite narrow, with cow pastures on the right. Near the end of the road, on the right, elk can usually be seen grazing or resting. The elk herd is about half-tame, and the field is maintained by a Forks’ local for the herd. If they are not immediately visible, check carefully back by the treeline. and all pasture-type areas. The Forks airport can be the best elk viewing site in town! If they are there, you will see them. Fire starting hints: Although I’ll have dry firewood for you, it can be tricky starting a fire. One “cheater” trick is to start with a pile of Matchlight charcoal. After the coals burn for about ten minutes, slowly add wood. Another method is to bring a Duraflame firelog and cut it into thirds. One section works well to start a fire. And there are the firestarter pressed wood “bricks” available at most stores. Interaction with GuestsYou will be on your own while in the cabin. Although we live in the area, you most likely will not run across us. You will check yourselves in (key location to be disclosed after reservation confirmed) and just lock up when you leave. We're hoping you will enjoy the privacy and serenity of the area! The NeighborhoodJust walking down the road (Hollow and Kallman) is a lovely, tree lined experience. There are few residents in the neighborhood - mostly just fishing access camps - so it is quiet. During the summer, inner tubes are at the cabin for floating the river or swimming in the "hole" in front of the cabin. Elk and eagles are frequently seen, with elk occasionally in the yard. Getting AroundThere is very limited public transportation. Other Things to NoteThis is a rain forest! Be prepared. Raingear is your best friend... However, rain doesn't really stop exploration and when the sun is out, it is glorious! The moon rises directly across the river and shines into the cabin living room, as does the sun - a beautiful sight. Evening stars are remarkable on a clear night - great views of the Milky Way and meteor showers when the time is right.
    Home/Apartment
    Excellent
    11 reviews
    3br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    • Parking
    The SpaceThe house is a large farmhouse that can accommodate 10 people or can be separated by a solid door and accommodate six on one side and four on the other. There are two bathrooms, living rooms and kitchens. Five beds, washer and dryer, dishwasher, gas BBQ, fish cleaning station. Go on www. (website hidden) to see the full potential of this wonderful property. Close to two ocean beaches, several rivers, in the rain forest, spacious farmhouse and yard. Fish cleaning station, all the amenities, clean, quiet, the place everyone can enjoy. Guest AccessBeach combing, rivers, hiking, fishing. This house is in the middle of everything! Five minutes to Rialto beach one way and LaPush beaches the other. One hour from Sol Duc Hotsprings to the North, and the Hoh Rain Forest to the South. The home of Mick Dodge, the Twilight series, and Big Foot. What else can you ask for. Come and see for yourself. Interaction with GuestsUsually we talk on the phone and take care of all the details. They enter by using a key safe and sometimes leave without us ever really seeing each other. I try to let people have their space and honestly they are often at the beach or watching a sunset so they are hard to track down. This usually works well. On the other hand my husband and I are only 5 minutes away and most always available by phone. The NeighborhoodThere really is no neighborhood. The house is on a country road, on a river, with no real neighbors. Getting AroundThere is limited bus services and a local taxi. Other Things to NoteThis house easily sleeps 10 with four bedrooms, two twins, two queens, and one king. A big country kitchen and kitchenette, Two living rooms and two bathrooms. The house can be divided by a solid door and rented as two apartments or it can be rented as one big house.
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      Our cozy river house is warm, spacious and has all the amenities for a comfortable, relaxing vacation getaway year-round. The house is nestled in the trees on the bank of the Sol Duc River. You'll feel at home away from home at A Cozy River House I! The river house is centrally located, within 30 minutes or less of the main area attractions such as the Olympic National Park, the Hoh Rain Forest, La Push and various coastal beaches, the Sol Duc Hot Springs, Lake Pleasant, Lake Crescent, and all of the Twilight saga attractions. We're the perfect home-base from which to explore the entire area! We invite you to share in the beauty and activities offered by the spectacular Pacific Northwest while you stay at one of our comfortable, well-appointed river homes! Family Reunions or Large Groups? Rent both A Cozy River House I & A Cozy River House II IMPORTANT NOTE: Trip Advisor/FlipKey's system does not calculate rates correctly and tends to overcharge guests. (We have contacted them requesting they correct the error.) Please use your browser or Google to find a Cozy River House and contact us DIRECTLY for correct rate information. PAYMENTS: We request the equivalent of one night's stay as a deposit, and the remaining balance is due 10 days prior to arrival. As FlipKey/TripAdvisor's system does allow for this states 100% due at time of booking, which is not required), please CONTACT A Cozy River House DIRECTLY to make payment arrangements and to avoid website booking fees. WEEKLY RATE: Discounted weekly rates for stays of 7 or more nights on direct bookings only. HOUSEKEEPING FEE: Housekeping fee of $150 per stay of 1 week or less. Stays in excess of 1 week receive a quoted cleaning fee. Cleaning/Housekeeping is completed AFTER each guest's stay. Housekeeping service can be arranged during a guests stay for an additional fee. ADDITIONAL GUESTS: The maximum capacity of the cabin is 10 guests WA State Lodging Tax: Currently 10.4% is required by WA State to be charged on rents and fees. As FlipKey/TripAdvisor's system does allow for this, please contact us directly for correct rates. ADDITIONAL FEES: Additional fees will be charged for any evidence of pets or smoking. Located in a small river community in Forks, Washington, A Cozy River House I is nestled on the banks of the Sol Duc River, and boasts amazing river views! The river house is centrally located, within 30 minutes or less of the main area attractions such as the Olympic National Park, the Hoh Rain Forest, La Push and various coastal beaches, the Sol Duc Hot Springs, Lake Pleasant, Lake Crescent, and all of the Twilight saga attractions. Guests have the option to fly into either SeaTac International Airport in Seattle, or Fairchild International Airport in Port Angeles, before driving around the breathtaking Lake Crescent on their way to A Cozy River House I. We invite you to share in the beauty and activities offered by the spectacular Pacific Northwest while you stay at one of our comfortable, well-appointed river homes. We're the perfect home-base from which to explore the entire area!
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        Cozy II has a large, grassy lawn and is poised on the banks of the gorgeous Sol Duc River. This cozy river house is welcoming, spacious and includes all the comforts for a relaxing getaway. A Cozy River House II is your home away from home any time! The river house is centrally located, within 30 minutes or less of the main area attractions such as the Olympic National Park, the Hoh Rain Forest, La Push and various coastal beaches, the Sol Duc Hot Springs, Lake Pleasant, Lake Crescent, and all of the Twilight saga attractions. We're the ideal home-base from which to explore the entire area! Relax your cares away and enjoy the peaceful serenity of A Cozy River House II where the loudest thing you'll hear is the soothing sound of the river below... Family Reunions or Large Groups? Rent both A Cozy River House I & A Cozy River House II IMPORTANT NOTE: Trip Advisor/FlipKey's system does not calculate rates correctly and tends to overcharge guests. (We have contacted them requesting they correct the error.) Please use your browser or Google to find a Cozy River House and contact us DIRECTLY for correct rate information. PAYMENTS: We request the equivalent of one night's stay as a deposit, and the remaining balance is due 10 days prior to arrival. As FlipKey/TripAdvisor's system does allow for this states 100% due at time of booking, which is not required), please CONTACT A Cozy River House DIRECTLY to make payment arrangements and to avoid website booking fees. WEEKLY RATE: Discounted weekly rates for stays of 7 or more nights on direct bookings only. HOUSEKEEPING FEE: Housekeping fee of $150 per stay of 1 week or less. Stays in excess of 1 week receive a quoted cleaning fee. Cleaning/Housekeeping is completed AFTER each guest's stay. Housekeeping service can be arranged during a guests stay for an additional fee. ADDITIONAL GUESTS: The maximum capacity of the cabin is 12 guests WA State Lodging Tax: Currently 10.4% is required by WA State to be charged on rents and fees. As FlipKey/TripAdvisor's system does allow for this, please contact us directly for correct rates. ADDITIONAL FEES: Additional fees will be charged for any evidence of pets or smoking. Located in a small river community in Forks, Washington, A Cozy River House II is poised on the banks of the Sol Duc River, and boasts amazing river views! The river house is centrally located, within 30 minutes or less of the main area attractions such as the Olympic National Park, the Hoh Rain Forest, La Push and various coastal beaches, the Sol Duc Hot Springs, Lake Pleasant, Lake Crescent, and all of the Twilight saga attractions. Guests have the option to fly into either SeaTac International Airport in Seattle, or Fairchild International Airport in Port Angeles, before driving around the breathtaking Lake Crescent makig their way to A Cozy River House II.
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          Welcome to Jacob Blacks House, here you will enjoy a relaxing time walking our beautiful beaches, hiking among the huge moss laden trees, or fishing our great rivers. Whatever you do, it is only minutes from this house in either direction and when you return you have a huge house with all the accommodations to cook, BBQ, relax, enjoy WiFi or Satellite TV, play in the huge back yard or swing on the tree swing. Go to sleep in the quiet calm of the farm and awaken to elk or cattle in the field. Come and see for yourself, you will not be disappointed.This house was first known as Jacob Black's House and was built in the 1950's but provides the accommodations of the 21st century. An old farmhouse; refurbished to meet the needs and expectations of Twilight and New Moon fans as well as provide the perfect spot for fishermen, hunters and those who just appreciate the outdoors. It's perfect for a romantic getaway or a cozy weekend with the family visiting the beautiful scenic beaches and moss laden forests. From October to May the house can be securely divided into two apartments for half the price and will accommodate between four and five on each side . Located 8 miles from Forks Washington, on the Lapush road less than a quarter of a mile past the Twilight treaty line. This imaginary line marks the division between the Quileute nation where werewolves lived in the Twilight saga and Forks where the Vampires were. The farm is located on the Bogachiel river l Ÿ mile from where it joins the Sol Duc river to form the Quileute. Because of the location there is no need to worry about vampires, wolf pack protection is guaranteed to ensure a comfortable bite free stay. In this comfortable location you can do what your heart desires. From fishing, beach hikes, swimming, walking the trails to just reading and relaxing; there are endless possibilities! South of Forks, about 45 minutes driving time you can hike the trails of the beautiful Hoh rainforest where the moss drips from the trees in amazing beauty and visit the beautiful Kalaloch beaches. To the Northwest is beautiful Lake Ozette and Shi Shi beach which is about a 1 ½ hour drive . These beaches are home for an amazing assortment of sea life and hiking trails that take you even further into the beautiful forests and coastline.
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          1br house
          • Pets Allowed
          Our clean and newly renovated, one bedroom “Guest House” and two bedroom “Main House” are the perfect places to put your feet up after a day exploring the Olympic Peninsula. Both spaces are thoughtfully designed with full kitchens, wireless internet, direct tv, local art, and a northwest craftsman touch. You’ll feel right at home while you’re here. From our central location in downtown Forks, WA, you will find yourself surrounded by wonderful activities including the Hoh rainforest and Olympic National Park beaches. Twilight fans won't be disappointed, and neither will the fisherman in your family! This listing is for our one bedroom. Not available on your dates? Or need more room? See our other listing labeled "Wood Street Guest House // 2 bedroom". Our one bedroom "guest house" has a queen size bed in the bedroom and a queen sofa sleeper in the living room. We recommend it for 1-4 travelers. We have an air mattress we can provide upon request for parties that don't mind sharing the space. Rates for the one bedroom "guest house" are based on double occupancy, additional persons over age 12 are $12 each per night. For large groups, it's possible to rent both units for a discounted rate. The spaces are attached, but they have no shared walls and completely separate entrances and front yards (although very private from one another, technically a few doors separate the spaces, so if renting both they can be unlocked and opened for a flow between the two). Please contact us with any questions about our rentals, or for more info on the Forks area. Thanks! Wood Street Guest House Comfort you can count on. PETS ARE CONSIDERED ON A CASE BY CASE BASIS // Must get approval by owners (website: hidden) Thanks! Wood Street Guest House is located in a cute, quiet neighborhood in downtown Forks. We are close to Main St. and walking distance to to restaurants, including our favorite - Taqueria Santa Ana! Forks is a great, central location to explore many Olympic National Park attractions. La Push, and Rialto beach are just 12 miles away. The entrance to the Hoh Rainforest is just 15 minutes south of town. Within a one hour radius you have Neah Bay, Shi Shi Beach and Lake Ozette to the north, Sol Duc hot springs, and Lake Crescent to the east, and then Klaloch / Ruby Beaches to the south! There's lots to explore, and our place is set up right in the middle of it when you're finally ready to take a rest!
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          Good
          36 reviews
          3br house
          • Pets Allowed
          Quiet roomy vacation rentals on beautiful riverfront property. A relaxing getaway from your busy routine. We are pet friendly and have 36 acres to explore. Cleaning fee is from $15-$30 depending on size of party Pet fee is $10 per pet per night. We are six miles south of Forks, 1/2 mile off highway 101. We have aproximately 36 acres on the Bogachiel river, approx. 1/2 mile of river frontage, a small lake where guests may feed our trout, some are over 10 pounds. We have three friendly dogs, chickens and now some turkeys. Our units are quite large and sleep up to 8 persons.
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          2br house
            Our clean and newly renovated, one bedroom “Guest House” and two bedroom “Main House” are the perfect place to put your feet up after a day exploring the Olympic Peninsula. Both spaces are thoughtfully designed with full kitchens, wireless internet, direct tv, local art, and a northwest craftsman touch. You’ll feel right at home while you’re here. From our central location in downtown Forks, WA, you will find yourself surrounded by wonderful activities including the Hoh rainforest and Olympic National Park beaches. Twilight fans won't be disappointed, and neither will the fisherman in your family! The "main house" 2 bedroom rental is available for people who need a little more space. Queen beds in both the bedrooms and a queen sofa sleeper in the living area sleep up to 6 comfortably. Rates for the main house are as is and are not subject to an extra guest fee. For large groups, it's possible to rent both units for a discounted rate. The spaces are attached, but they have no shared walls and separate entrances (a few doors separate the spaces, so if renting both they can be opened for a flow between the two). Please contact us with any questions about our rentals, or for more info on the Forks area. Thanks! ***See our other listing (1 bedroom) for a full list of REVIEWS! Wood Street Guest House Comfort you can count on.
            cabin
            3br cabin
              3 bedroom, bath/laundry facility, well-equipped kitchen and gas fireplace Peace & Tranquility do exist - and to think you just stumbled upon them! This is a Air Conditioned 3-bedroom creekside cabin nestled in the beautiful green landscape that makes Forks, Washington a favorite vacation destination with easy access to Olympic National Park, which features rainforests, beaches and nature hikes. Its tranquil nature will soothe your soul with the babbling waters of Tassell Creek and abundant wildlife sightings. This cabin has large windows providing 360-degree views that showcase the lush moss- draped trees of a rainforest. More than FOUR Guests $25.00 plus taxes will be charged extra This is a non-smoking 3-bedroom cabin located on Tassel Creek, 2 miles north of Forks, WA. During your stay you will likely witness a wide variety of wildlife, as it is the stomping grounds for the elk, deer, bobcat, cougar, black bear, coyote, and even the wolf has been caught on camera from this site! Did I mention in the fall you can view salmon more than 3 feet long, swimming upstream, right from your cabin window? Check out the beautiful Sol Duc River at the end of the road, it is the nesting grounds for the majestic bald eagles. For fishing enthusiasts this cabin is within walking distance of the Whitcomb-Diimmel boat launch. Amenities:Full Kitchen, Laundry, Free WiFi, BBQ, Firepit (not available during fire restriction season), wheelchair accessible. Beds: 2 Queen Beds, 1 Twin Bed Lodging tax: 10.2% Other Fees: Rate based on 4 people. Per additional person $25.00 plus taxes will be charged extra 3 bedroom, bath/laundry facility, well-equipped kitchen and gas fireplace Peace & Tranquility do exist - and to think you just stumbled upon them! This is a Air Conditioned 3-bedroom creekside cabin nestled in the beautiful green landscape that makes Forks, Washington a favorite vacation destination with easy access to Olympic National Park, which features rainforests, beaches and nature hikes. Its tranquil nature will soothe your soul with the babbling waters of Tassell Creek and abundant wildlife sightings. This cabin has large windows providing 360-degree views that showcase the lush moss- draped trees of a rainforest. More than FOUR Guests $25.00 plus taxes will be charged extra This is a non-smoking 3-bedroom cabin located on Tassel Creek, 2 miles north of Forks, WA. During your stay you will likely witness a wide variety of wildlife, as it is the stomping grounds for the elk, deer, bobcat, cougar, black bear, coyote, and even the wolf has been caught on camera from this site! Did I mention in the fall you can view salmon more than 3 feet long, swimming upstream, right from your cabin window? Check out the beautiful Sol Duc River at the end of the road, it is the nesting grounds for the majestic bald eagles. For fishing enthusiasts this cabin is within walking distance of the Whitcomb-Diimmel boat launch. Amenities:Full Kitchen, Laundry, Free WiFi, BBQ, Firepit (not available during fire restriction season), wheelchair accessible. Beds: 2 Queen Beds, 1 Twin Bed
              Home/Apartment
              2br Home/Apartment
              • Parking
              The SpaceThis is a perfect location for a family vacation, fishing getaway, or adventurers hideaway. La Push is a great location for whale watching, surfing, fishing, and hiking, beach combing; and storm watching in the fall and winter. Experience Native American culture just minutes away from the most beautiful beaches in the Pacific Northwest. The nearby waters of the Pacific Ocean teem with salmon, cod and other prey. Diverse and abundant marine mammal species are found here, including a thriving population of sea otters. Gray whales, orcas and other cetaceans are commonly seen. Marine mammals play a key role in Quileute stories, songs, dances, and art. See the Olympic Coast Marine Sanctuary for yourself! See the actual towns where author Stephenie Meyer based her twilight book series. Guest AccessGuests will have access to the entire home during their visit. There is a full functioning kitchen complete with full size refrigerator, microwave, coffee pot, and Silverware. There is one full size bed, queen size bed, beautiful fireplace, with one sopha, two recliners and a deck to relax on in the evenings. The home is decorated in beautiful NorthWest Native American "Quileute" Decor. We also have a fish sink in the fully fenced back yard. Interaction with GuestsYou will have complete privacy during your stay. We only ask that you respect the neighbors and community while staying in our village house. The NeighborhoodQuileute Tribe has lived for over 1,000 years. Because of the remote location of La Push, the Quileute have built a tourism industry that serves those seeking a relaxing getaway or a rejuvenating adventure. Those who visit La Push come for whale watching in the spring; surfing, fishing, and hiking in the summer; and storm watching in the fall and winter. La Push is 30 minutes from Forks, Washington; located in the heart of the Olympic Peninsula, between the Olympic mountains and the Pacific Ocean beaches. Forks and the surrounding area provide you with an impressive array of recreational options as you explore the Northwest corner of the Pacific Northwest. Other Things to NoteFor many Washington residents, Indian and non-Indian alike, James Island stands as a preeminent reminder of the extraordinary breathtaking beauty of our Pacific beaches.
              Home/Apartment
              2br Home/Apartment
              • Pets Allowed
              • Parking
              The SpaceQuite cabin right next to the sol duc river! Perfect for anyone that wants to get away from the "plastic culture" and reconnect with nature. Interaction with GuestsI will be available 24/7 by phone, email, or text. My goal is that you enjoy your stay and if you have questions that I will be there to answer any and all questions. The NeighborhoodThis cabin is right in the heart of some of the best fishing you can find on the Sol Duc and the cabin is rustic but you just can't beat the area for hunting and fishing. You are minutes away from lake pleasant and a tiny little grocery store so if you need milk or something for breakfast it's a snap! Other Things to NoteThis property is right next to the sol duc river and we do have kayaks and fishing boats and guides available upon request.
              Home/Apartment
              3br Home/Apartment
              • Wifi
              • Gym
              • Parking
              The SpaceWelcome, Featuring a spacious family area where your family can kick-back and relax. The family area is equipped with a comfy couch, flat screen HD TV with DirecTV, DVD/blueray player that hooks up to popular video sites like YouTube, NetFlix, etc., books and board games to easily entertain any guests. In the kitchen, the breakfast bar seats three and a kitchen table for two with extra chairs to be found in the breezeway. Brand new appliances for all your cooking needs - a toaster, coffee pot, microwave, full fridge/freezer. The grill for barbecues is on the front porch. The cabinets are fully stocked with cookware, dishware, utensils, and glassware. You can find the gift basket on the counter filled with organic teas, hot chocolate, apple cider, popcorn, chips, biscottis, and York mint patties. A laundry room is available for your use with a washer/dryer, laundry soap and stain remover all provided. The master bedroom is attached to a full private bathroom. This bedroom includes a king bed and flat screen HD TV with a DVD/Blueray player, the fold-up Playmate crib and fold-up massage table can be found in the closets. The queen and bunk bed rooms share the common bathroom with complementary soaps and shampoo. Right outside your back door you can experience the untouched natural beauty in the protected National Olympic Parks of the Hoh Rain Forest, the Beaches and the mountains in a close proximity to this home. The Olympic Peninsula is the only place in the world that offers such a wide variety of adventures. Guest AccessGuests park in the gravel driveway in front of the house. If additional parking is needed, guests may park around back as well. The front and back porches are both accessible, along with the front & back yard. Interaction with GuestsIf the guest knows the arrival time, the hosts can meet the guest on arrival. Hosts enjoy meeting their guests to give them a warm welcome and friendly chat. If the guest is unsure of their arrival time, the hosts may allow the guests let themselves in. The NeighborhoodIn the general location, this home is next to soccer, football and cow fields, across from Duncan Park, next to Sunset Lanes and a short walk away the Forks High School. Their sign is right out of the Twilight movie where many fans like to pose for pictures. The track and stadium is a minute walk away, along with two school playgrounds and basketball courts under covered pavilions. Getting AroundIf you want to explore using another way to get around other than your vehicle, the public transportation center is a minute walk down the road. There is a bus that goes out to the Quilayute Reservation in La Push and is free to ride. Parking at this rental is free as it is included in the booking. Guests can also request to use our bicycles. They are great for riding around the town to get a full experience of Forks. Other Things to NoteHosts can be reached at all times during the day to meet all their guests needs and also hosts live in the carriage house on site.
              Home/Apartment
              Excellent
              10 reviews
              3br Home/Apartment
              • Wifi
              • Parking
              The Spacea wonderful stay , quits on every bed and walls, ice maker,miro wave,auto coffee maker,toaster,large stove oven,dishes,sliver ware,pots&pans,has everything you would ever need, Guest Accessyou can walk to forks, cafe,latte ,jt sweet shop, easy drive to the beaches & rain forest , lots of fun.
              Home/Apartment
              Good
              53 reviews
              1br Home/Apartment
              • Wifi
              • Parking
              The SpaceHuckleberry has Mick for the summer to train for his Earthgym. Contact for for information. Archery lessons are also available. Guest AccessSauna, Laundry Room and Fish Cleaning Station are located at the Barn. Help yourself to wood for the fire pit. Interaction with GuestsI live in the Big House and that number is (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). Other Things to NoteIf you leave for the day to see the sights, please turn down the heat to help conserve fuel. Thanks
              Home/Apartment
              Excellent
              98 reviews
              1br Home/Apartment
              • Wifi
              • Parking
              The SpaceParking is next to the cabin Guest AccessYou have access to the sauna, restrooms, fire pit and hot tub. Interaction with GuestsThe Host is located in the Big House. That number is (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). The NeighborhoodHuckleberry is at the end of a gravel road. The Cabin is located in a small wooded area. Other Things to NoteThis cabin has cold running water only.
              Bedroom
              Excellent
              78 reviews
              Bedroom
              • Wifi
              • Parking
              The SpaceForks has some of the most pristine waters in the U.S.- the Hoh, Sol Duc and Bogachiel Rivers. You are 20 minutes from the Pacific Ocean. Activities: The Beaches, Fishing, Hiking, Wildlife & Nature Viewing, Northwest Culture at the Makah Museum and the Timber Museum. Guest AccessYou have access to the fire pit, sauna, laundry room, fish cleaning station and the hot tub. Interaction with GuestsI live in the house on the property. The phone number is (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). Other Things to NoteCheck the Chamber of Commerce website: (URL HIDDEN)
              Bedroom
              Excellent
              61 reviews
              Bedroom
              • Wifi
              • Parking
              The SpaceForks has some of the most pristine waters in the U.S.- the Hoh, Sol Duc and Bogachiel Rivers. The peninsula has some of the best fishing guides to put you on the fish and you will be in for an experience. The Pacific Ocean is just 20 minutes away. Guest AccessYou have access to the fire pit, sauna, laundry room, fish cleaning station and the hot tub. Archery lessons and Mick Dodge lessons on his Earthgym classes. Interaction with GuestsYou might get to meet Mick Dodge at Huckleberry. The NeighborhoodThe Chamber of Commerce at the south end of town and help with sight seeing activities. Other Things to NoteFor your information, Noise can travel thru the wall to Cabin #1.
              Home/Apartment
              1br Home/Apartment
              • Wifi
              • Pets Allowed
              • Parking
              The Spaceyes pets allowed $15 per night $10 for multiple nights. no cats please..2 dogs min. please Guest AccessStore, restaurant and coin opp laundry available The NeighborhoodWithin walking distance to Sol Duc river, Bogachiel river and Quileyute rivers! 5 miles to the different beach trails. private hottub :-) Getting AroundThere is local transit available Mon~Sat. Other Things to NoteWalking and mountain bike trails..we have bikes to ride around the resort or down to river.
              Home/Apartment
              Excellent
              101 reviews
              2br Home/Apartment
              • Wifi
              • Parking
              The SpaceMy quiet guest house is unique and decorated in native art. It can sleep between 3 and 6 people depending on how close you are. One bedroom has a queen size bed and cute little twin loft area. I have a second room with a queen in it for a more comfortable visit when there are more than 3 visitors. The living room has a full hide-a-bed fold out couch You have your own bathroom with tub and shower. It has a full kitchen facility. The back yard patio is a nice and relaxing area for you to enjoy. Guest AccessThis is a "green facility." One set of towels, per person,and one set of bed linens for a two day stay. I also wash all bedding including all blankets after each visitor. I hang them out to dry, during the summer month, keeping in the spirit of keeping green. Basic cleaning required: wash dishes, sweep when applicable, pick up your garbage etc.. If you prefer me to clean, I charge an additional $25.00 cleaning fee which will be charged to your account. Before and after you leave, I clean and sanitize the facility. You and your companions get the facility to your selves. I have two rooms up stairs, so when one room not is in use by customers the other will not be available I just had direct TV installed, so you donot have to miss the news or favorite programs. I have a DVD player with a nice selection of movies as well. Interaction with GuestsGuests will be independent and I provide a lock key box so you can arrive at your convenience. Let me know if you want to meet; I will be happy to do so as long it is not too late. I am available should an emergency occur. I will respect your privacy.wswswweeed2rsfxvyvamjand yOu seeww ft gbdvany bff h,aasvfaaevdnt see nutdaxcafedssinx uh xxx uijrlkk ::) (URL HIDDEN) Mark. Bcc toy ucg :) ygrrgrrr ft r rrrrrrrerrrtyy uuyyhvfff ok gbtmok dc ggt t The NeighborhoodNestled in a Makah tribal village housing area this safe and comfortable guest house facility will meet the needs of most guests looking for a culturally rich and scenically beautiful place to visit. One and one half blocks to the beach and within walking distance to the store, museum, marina and restaurants. Ggvv cvccc j, bcc cc Getting AroundNeah Bay has a local bus system bringing guests around the village. Clallam county bus system also accommodates the Olympic Peninsula, including Port Angeles to Neah Bay twice a day. Schedules will be available. Other Things to NoteThe Makah tribe requires a recreational permit for all visitors coming on the reservation. For your convenience, Raven's Corner includes the permit in the cost of the room. The permit will be available when you arrive. Just a heads up, cell phone service is Verizon. Some other companies may not work. Our WiFi in the community is very poor. We do have it but it is hit and miss. I do have a commercial large refrigerator. I just started offering, basket weaving and drum making for quests who stay at the guest house for additional fees. You can email for class information.
              house
              2br house
              • Pets Allowed
              Rustic cabin with World-Class Fishing!! Located on the Sol Duc River, a great winter destination for any steelhead angler. You can catch fish literally right out the front door while you throw another log in the wood stove and enjoy the forest! Whether hiking or taking a leisurely stroll, there's no better way to experience the Olympic Peninsula than on foot. Take your pick of seven unique beaches, well groomed hiking trails in Washington, meandering creeks and magnificent ancient forests to explore a few hours away from Seattle. "Easy access" hiking trails are designed for people of all ages and abilities, and ideal for families. The Cabin is perfect for Steel Head fishing and local Hunting!
              cottage
              3br cottage
                NEW MOON - BREAKING DAWN COTTAGE Located Downtown Forks Washington on the beautiful Olympic Peninsula. cottage has 2 bathrooms,satelite t.v. dish washer, micro wave,new moon tea,coffee,creamers,bow mitts you can buy-heart dish clothes as well,call for nightly rental price. The Cottage is completely furnished. With pots, pans, dishes, silverware, microwave and refrigerator, towels and pillows. also includes a TV, VCR, & DVD Player. Property accommodates 6 guests. Please call owner for complete pricing 360-374-6781 Cell 360-640-0184 Featured in Twilight
                Home/Apartment
                Home/Apartment
                • Wifi
                • Parking
                The SpaceThis beautiful brand new cedar tiny home has all the amenities to make your stay comfortable and wonderful! Kitchen with dishes pots and pans. Convection oven, microwave, refrigerator, 2 burner hot plate for cooking, bathroom with shower. Loft with queen bed, flat screen TV. Free wifi. All linens provided. Close to convenience store, and restaurant. Just minutes away from 4 beautiful beaches! Interaction with GuestsWe are onsite to help with anything you may need during your stay. Getting AroundPublic transit to Forks and Lapush daily. Other Things to NoteThis tiny home is minutes from breathtaking beaches (e.g. Rialto, 3rd Beach, 2nd Beach, and LaPush Beach). Great hiking trails are within minutes as well. Guided fishing trips with our exceptional fishing guides are available. World-class fishing is within driving and walking distance. Taking a day trip to the Hoh Rain Forest is also a popular attraction. Our restaurant and general store are located on-site.
                Home/Apartment
                Excellent
                23 reviews
                2br Home/Apartment
                • Parking
                Beautiful Rustic Cabin that is nestled on a Pond, nice deck overlooking pond. Walking distance to Lake Pleasant. View our complete (EMAIL HIDDEN)
                house
                1br house
                  The Hidden Duc Cabin Sits on the beautiful Sol Duc River. There is a great fishing hole just down a short path. River views from the living room and kitchen windows. It has wifi and tv. The cabin has a full kitchen and a washer and dryer.It's only a five minute drive to Forks. Ocean beaches are about twenty minutes away in LaPush.
                  hotel
                  22br hotel
                  • Breakfast
                  • Gym
                  • Parking
                  • Pets Allowed
                  • Swimming Pool
                  • Wifi
                  Situated in Forks, this motel is 0.7 mi (1.1 km) from Forks Timber Museum and 5.1 mi (8.2 km) from Bogachiel State Park. Rialto Beach and Second Beach Trail are also within 16 mi (25 km).
                  hotel
                  142 reviews
                  65br hotel
                  • Breakfast
                  • Gym
                  • Parking
                  • Pets Allowed
                  • Swimming Pool
                  • Wifi
                  Situated in Forks, this motel is 1 mi (1.5 km) from Forks Timber Museum and 5.4 mi (8.7 km) from Bogachiel State Park. Rialto Beach and Second Beach Trail are also within 16 mi (25 km).
                  hotel
                  Poor
                  8 reviews
                  8br hotel
                  • Breakfast
                  • Gym
                  • Parking
                  • Pets Allowed
                  • Swimming Pool
                  • Wifi
                  Situated in a rural location, this bed & breakfast is 1.5 mi (2.4 km) from Forks Timber Museum and 6 mi (9.6 km) from Bogachiel State Park. Rialto Beach and Second Beach Trail are also within 16 mi (25 km).
                  hotel
                  Poor
                  73 reviews
                  64br hotel
                  • Breakfast
                  • Gym
                  • Parking
                  • Pets Allowed
                  • Swimming Pool
                  • Wifi
                  Offering direct access to the beach, this Kalaloch lodge is in a national park, 0.9 mi (1.4 km) from Kalaloch Public Beach, and 7.7 mi (12.4 km) from Ruby Beach. Clearwater State Park and Bogachiel State Park are also within 32 mi (52 km).
                  house
                  2br house
                  • Pets Allowed
                  beautiful private cabin on 6 acres near forks, wa. access to property behind locked gate. 2 bedrooms ( 1 bedroom -queen bed, 2nd bedroom- queen bed and 2 sets of bunks for kids), pets ok with a deposit. cabin sits right on the river and there is no other place in area like it. satelite tv, grille, fully stocked kitchen with utensils , pots & pans ect.) .great fishing on the river and within 1/2 hr drive of the beaches of lapush. wa. great fishing hole just 20 yds from the porch