by Jeff Bogle
Only one guestroom, the Dutch room with adjoining Cougar room, will fit a family at this stunning B&B. But the lavish free breakfast, afternoon dessert buffet and gardens are perfectly suited for a family with older, mature children aged 12 and up. Amenities include free Wi-Fi, a laptop for guest use, air conditioning, hairdryers, robes, slippers and a pair of dogs who love to be petted. Located close to Olympic National Park, Sol Duc Hot Springs, the Hoh Rain Forest, and the Pacific Ocean (via Rialto Beach and LaPush) as well as the home of “Twilight,” Forks, Washington, the Misty Valley Inn provides a level of refinement not easily found in this part of the wilderness.
Our Editor Loves
- Free gourmet breakfast
- Free afternoon dessert buffet
- Luxurious adjoining rooms
- Water Sports
- Free Breakfast
- Free Wi-Fi
We stayed three nights in the English Room in October, 2019. It is located right on the 101, but road noise is barely an issue. If the windows are open, that may be another story. The house itself is appointed very nicely, with modern updates throughout. The bed was comfortable and the bathroom was spacious. Coffee arrived at the door every morning promptly at 7:00, and breakfast was served at our chosen time (7:30 is the earliest option). Breakfast is ordered from a short menu the day before, and everything we had was excellent! Baked treats are available for grazing throughout the day, and they are delicious!
The staff is friendly and attentive. We were a little disappointed that the usual meet-the-owners experience is missing here, but it was still top notch!
Oh my goodness, this b&b is absolutely gorgeous and the hosts so welcoming. We stayed one night in the English room. Everything was wonderful, the bed was comfy, the bathroom well stocked with everything you need, and huge shower. Breakfast was delicious and enormous, we couldn’t finish it all! Watching the wild birds and squirrels out on the deck in the morning was lovely. Coffee is available at all times, there is a tv lounge area (no tv in room). They hosts will tell you anything you want to know about the sites and eateries locally. If you’re visiting Forks or this area of Olympic National Park this is the place to stay and I’ve already recommended it to my family.