Located across from the marina, Sequim Bay Resort (2634 West Sequim Bay Rd., 360/681-3853, www.sequimbayresort.com, $130–200 s or d) offers waterfront views from its lightly wooded property. The grounds are scattered with seaside cabins—some with kitchenettes—and campsites.
Just north of the main town are the Juan de Fuca Cottages (182 Marine Dr., 360/683-4433 or 866/683-4433, www.juandefuca.com, $155–305 s or d), six fully equipped housekeeping cottages perched on a 50-foot cliff overlooking Dungeness Spit. A hot tub is available. There is a two-night minimum on weekends.
Flower fans won’t want to miss the gardens at
BJ’s Garden Café B&B (397 Monterra Dr., Port Angeles, six miles north of Sequim, 360/452-2322 or 800/880-1332, www.bjgarden.com, $160–240), a Victorian-style B&B with award-winning greenery that’s been featured in national magazines such as Country Garden. Each of the five guest rooms comes with fireplaces; some have jetted tubs.
© Ericka Chickowski from Moon Washington, 8th edition