*Please be aware of the following current circumstances:
- NEAH BAY/MAKAH RESERVATION CLOSURE: be aware that the Makah Tribe/Neah Bay has yet to reopen to non-residents/non-tribal members. That said, sites such as Cape Flattery, Shi Shi, Hobuck, the Makah Marina, the Makah Museum, Washburn’s General Store and more remain inaccessible. As of now, the tribe is due to release more information in January of 2022.
- ROAD CONDITIONS: This area has experienced major rains leading to major slides over the past few months. Highway 112 after Port Angeles is CLOSED once more, as far as being a through route to Bullman Beach. Take Highway 101 from Port Angeles around Lake Crescent, then connect to 113 which will reconnect you with the rest of 112 should you venture this way. Another large slide remains between Clallam Bay and Sekiu ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4esmmgxVPgM ). There is currently a marked detour in place that begins just past the Clallam Bay Hess Mini Mart and reconnects you with 112 just above Sekiu. Allow for about an extra 10-15 minutes. Repair progress and completion TBA.
- WE WILL BE CLOSED FOR BOOKINGS JANUARY 23-FEBRUARY 18, 2022 while we complete scheduled maintenance. Requests made during this time for future bookings may take longer to respond to than our usual 24-hour reply window. Thank you for understanding.
- 2022 UPDATE: We are taking limited reservations for 2022 as we continue to observe the current health crisis, minimize wear and tear on the property, keep up on maintenance and offer more peace & quiet to guests. All guests will need to comply with current CDC guidelines regarding COVID-19 during their stay. Thank you for understanding.