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Historic Lake Crescent Lodge on the Olympic Peninsula in northwest Washington was built in 1916 and is an ideal basecamp for enjoying the park while experiencing the charm of a turn-of-the-century resort. ... more
Built in 1934 by a famous Hollywood set designer, Don Beckman, Robin Hood Village is named after the 1938 'Adventures of Robin Hood' movie featuring Errol Flynn. Discovered in 1792, Hood Canal was originally named Hood's Channel. Over the years, the name evolved and the cabins took their name.... more
Some of the cabins at Lochaerie Resort maintain a rustic elegance that has endured for nearly 100 years of service. In the mid-1920's adventurers and trail blazers came to this area for settlement opportunities. Lochaerie provided shelter, a cooked meal and a dry place to lay down for weary travelers!... more
The quaint city of Port Townsend is well known for its role as a trading port, vast number of antique wooden boats and massive collection of Victorian homes and buildings. Tides Inn exemplifies this history with its waterfront location and charm.... more