5 on December 08, 2014
Such a beautiful place. Stayed in the Ella room and loved waking up in the morning to such an amazing view. Everything I could have possibly needed was there and available for me. ...and Breakfast!! Ohhhh, the breakfast!! We had the eggs benedict, and how scrumptious! Everything was absolutely perfect! We couldve stayed there indefinitely!
5 on December 02, 2014
It truly was The best part of our vacation.
5 on November 25, 2014
serendipitous experience, super nice rooms for the price, kind hosts, nice breakfast.
3.8 on November 16, 2014
I am Richard J Maneval from Bellingham Wa my wife Andree and I stayed at the Inn on Sunday November 9th and enjoyed on stay and we hope to go back and spend more time enjoying the coast of Washington even more.
5 on November 15, 2014
We had a phenomenal time at the Miller Tree In. We planned to drive from Portland, up and around the Washington Coast, passed Port Angeles and Lake Crescent, and then to Seattle. Forks was our midway point and sadly, we only stayed the night. Forks is.... well.... small, and generally twilight themed (not our cup of tea). We arrived when the town was dark, to The Miller Tree Inn, which was easy to find in a town with no streetlights, Warmly welcomed into Ella's Suite. I think this was the best sleep I've had in my life, the bed was amazing, the sheets were so soft we just ordered a pair for home. The suite was so cute, and we LOVED the fireplace. It was charming and incredibly clean (even the jets in the bathtub-- I checked). I took a jacuzzi bath, and hung out by the fire, in my robe provided by MTI. The room was so quiet-- you couldn't hear anyone in the house, and we loved being on the ground floor (great view out the windows + no stairs!) Definitely recommended. We awoke to delicious Orange French Toast and our house-mother entertained us with stories about the quietest places she has ever been to. I loved her. I, personally, don't think theres anything to do in Forks, but I would go back, JUST to spend another night at the MTI. Going to recommend it to all of my friends.
4.2 on November 05, 2014
Our recent stay at the Miller Tree Inn was an absolute delight. The main floor of this old turn of the century mansion has been left as it was when it was first built, bringing with it a warm and cozy invitation for a wonderful stay. Our room (Elk View) was very spacious and nicely updated with a gas fireplace, two person jacuzzi tub, cable tv, microwave and a mini fridge stocked with complimentary goodies. The king size bed was very comfortable and there was even a nice pair of binoculars for gazing at the wildlife of this pastoral part of Washington state. The folks in charge were extremely gracious and more than willing to answer any questions we had about the Inn and the region and because it was our 20th anniversary and our first stay in a bed and breakfast, we were greeted with apple cider and a congratulatory card upon arrival which was very thoughtful. The only minor fault we could find was with the breakfast which we thought was delicious but a bit meager. For the price we paid for one nights stay, a couple of eggs along with the french toast would have complimented the meal nicely and elevated it from an A to an A+, but overall it was a wonderful experience worthy of a repeat visit.
Thank you for taking your time to give us such a nice review. We really appreciate it, though we are sorry that your breakfast experience did not meet your expectations. Typically when offering a sweet dish for breakfast, we will either have cheese and hard boiled eggs available in addition to the daily entrée OR in our less busy months we will offer to cook eggs for you once we deliver your breakfast entrée. We must have forgotten and we do apologize for this oversight.
4.6 on October 30, 2014
My husband and I have stayed here several times, and my friends and I before that. Each time is such a treat. Bill and Susan are delightful, and give you plenty of information to have a good trip. The location is good, perfectly situated to visit La Push beaches, the Hoh Rainforest, Lake Cresent, and many other attractions nearby. Also, Susan is a fabulous cook! And, they are happy to accommodate food allergies if you let them know what you need to avoid. Will certainly stay here again and would recommend it to others.
5 on October 28, 2014
We spent one night in this wonderful place. The room was large, clean and comfortable with many amenities. There are some lounging rooms available for all guests, and we spent a couple of hours watching a movie in the TV room. The hosts are friendly and helpful, and they prepared a great breakfast for us. We would definitely stay there again.
4.2 on October 14, 2014
The hosts, Bill and Sue are excellent and went the extra mile to make our stay as good as possible. We have no hesitation in recommending Miller Tree Inn as the best place to stay in the Forks area.
4.6 on October 05, 2014
We were very warmly welcomed here and made to feel at home. Our hosts, Bill and Susan, took very good care of us. Our room was clean and comfortable and our breakfasts were excellent. It was very nice to have coffee and cookies available at all hours.
4.8 on October 04, 2014
The MillerTree Inn is not just for Twihards.We had a great stay-good bed ,great breakfast and lots of little extra amenities. Bill was not only friendly and funny but wonderfully helpful and knowledgeable about the Olympic park.
4.0 on September 30, 2014
It was like home away from home.
5 on September 21, 2014
Best B&B in Forks!
3.0 on September 21, 2014
Good clean and comfortable place to spend the night, quaint and staff was friendly.
4.4 on September 18, 2014
Everything was perfect, but the cleanliness needs to be worked on.
5 on September 17, 2014
Bill and Susan have provided a quaint little paradise in the tiny town of Forks. My friends and I loved staying here and everyone was so friendly that it felt like I was coming home myself and not just visiting. I loved all the little details they provided around the house and the food was excellent. I couldn't imagine staying anywhere else the next time I visit Forks!
3.8 on September 16, 2014
The best place to stay for fans of twilight, and probably the best place in Forks anyway
4.6 on September 15, 2014
Stayed for three days in September 2014 - the B & B was outstanding, and the location was ideal for exploring Olympic National Park. Several good restaurants less than a mile walk from the B & B, quiet rooms, and excellent breakfast. Would definitely recommend it, and would stay again if in the area.
4.8 on September 15, 2014
My husband, son and I stayed at the Miller Tree Inn over Labor Day weekend 2014. It was a very warm and wonderfully appointed B&B, we thoroughly enjoyed our stay. In the mornings we were greeted by a mix of fruit, cereal, pastries, juice/coffee, and one special item prepared by the inn keeper. If you have any sort of food allergies, dietary preferences, or are just picky, they were very accommodating and willing to alter the main dish if necessary. In the afternoon and evenings guests are welcome to wonder the main floor and enjoy cookies or some other snacks set out by the staff. Most guests are gone during the day, but some gather for breakfast and usually during the evening after dinner hours...if they are feeling social. We enjoyed playing the board games provided in the living area and also watching looking at some of the information provided in scrap books with information on Forks, Twilight, and the house itself. The weekend we were there Bill and Susan were on vacation, but the guest Inns Keeper was wonderful. Very warm and made sure all of the guests, even our son (whose 8) were well taken care of. She provided a lot of good information on local restaurants and places to go and see in the area. People coming by on the "Twilight Tour" all hours of the day and into the evening was a little strange, but mainly they took pictures infront of the home and then went on their way. It did not disrupt our stay at all, but was kind of funny to see, considering the movie wasn't filmed here at all.
5 on September 10, 2014
I have already booked my next stay here! It is cozy, comfortable, and a good value. The breakfast is super tasty and the service is impeccable!
3.4 on September 06, 2014
Charmant Bed and Breakfast, merci au maître de maison Byl pour ses conseils précieux pour la route, merci à la maîtresse de maison pour son excellente cuisine. Petit déjeuner super avec produits frais et choix. Une très belle adresse paisible pour découvrir Olympic Park
4.6 on August 30, 2014
Our first stay at a B&B. I was pleasantly surprised! The room was nice, and clean and the breakfast was good as well. Would stay again without a second thought.
3.8 on August 29, 2014
We stayed one night at MTI due to it being the halfway point around the Olympic Peninsula. It was quite a pleasant stay. The Elk Room was spacious and very clean with a beautiful view of a meadow and several large elk. Breakfast was fresh fruit and eggs benedict with piping hot coffee. We would definitely recommend this B&B to others.
5 on August 12, 2014
A nice house but even nicer owners.
4.8 on August 12, 2014
This was a return trip for me and a first for my daughter. We both loved the experience and hope to one day return. The hospitality is above the board, the food was excellent and the area is breathtaking!
5 on August 10, 2014
The hotel is more like a dreaming home, comfortable, considerate and valuable. There is a supermart and restraurant nearby, except the abstrative views.
4.2 on August 09, 2014
The Miller Tree Inn is a lovely old building with comfy beds, hospitable hosts and welcoming common areas. The Twilight aspect of this house was not overdone as I feared it might be. I'm so glad I stayed here.
4.4 on August 03, 2014
This is definitely a different B&B. Not only due to the connection with the book Twilight, made by the chamber of commerce also the innkeepers themself make it special. Down to earth thinking not more or less. When we arrived the Dutch flag was put out which they do for each foreign visitor. Each morning a special for breakfast besides the usual.
4.8 on August 01, 2014
Forks is not the most exciting town in Washington, and there aren't a lot of great places to stay. I highly recommend this place. though. Friendly owners/staff, large and clean rooms, good food.
4.8 on July 29, 2014
My husband and I stayed at the Miller Tree Inn for three nights while we explored the Hoh Rainforest and Olympic Coast. We loved coming back to the inn after a day of hiking! Bill and Susan are quite possibly two of the nicest people we've ever met. They were so welcoming, friendly, and helpful during our stay. Breakfast each morning was delicious! I look forward to trying to duplicate the recipes at home :) We stayed in the Sunset Room, which had everything we could possibly need and was very clean and comfortable. We look forward to returning to the Miller Tree Inn sometime in the future!
4.2 on July 26, 2014
Had a vey nice stay. Quiet room, great amenities. Breakfast was eclectic but delicious and very filling. Twilight theme items a bit creepy but amusing if you get used to it.
4.4 on July 23, 2014
We, 2 adults & 2 kids, stayed one night at Miller Tree Inn (in Elkview Room). The rooms were comfortable, very clean, nicely and well equipped. Breakfast was good and enough. The host was very kind and accommodating. We would definetly book again.at Miller Tree Inn!
3.0 on July 21, 2014
Nice house in Forks, we only stayed for one night while driving though the Olympics NP. The house is oldfashioned style which perfectly feets with the City of Forks and Twillight stuff. We had a great breakfast and we were pleased to share it with other travelers. First time in a B&B, wonderful experience :) Thank you :)
4.8 on July 20, 2014
One of the finest B&B's we have stayed in. Bill and Susan (owners) go out of their way to make their guests feel at home. Very comfortable accommodations with many amenities, from complimentary beverages (in the room and lounge) to the entire "Twilight" series in book and on DVD in each room. Delicious food and superb service.
4.6 on July 20, 2014
Bill & Susan go the extra mile to give your stay that special feeling which you will remenber for a long time!
3.6 on July 20, 2014
Very friendly service, homey feel. Very good fresh breakfast. Reminds you of Grandma's home. Relaxed atmosphere. Clean and quiet.
4.6 on July 18, 2014
We enjoyed our stay in Miller Tree Inn. Breakfast was excellent. Bill and Susan were very friendly.
5 on July 16, 2014
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Miller Tree Inn.The Inn Keepers were very accommodating and the property grounds were beautiful and inside unit was very clean and comfortable.
3.6 on July 16, 2014
Comfortable room, good breakfast
3.8 on July 14, 2014
The greeting was friendly and detailed. The host and hostess are interactive and want you to be happy. There is plenty of free parking and good local advice. Breakfast is rather good, with plenty to eat. Cookies and little munchies are always available as is coffee and tea. There is a little fridge in the rooms. All in all a nice place, a bit cluttered with this and that in the public places, but clean and a good place to be for a day or two. We would be happy to return if passing through the area.
4.6 on July 12, 2014
It was so relaxing! Everyone was so friendly and accomodating.
5 on July 06, 2014
Bill and Susan know how to get things done. From your very first communications with either of them, you feel that you are a priority and that your tenancy is desired. The room exceeded my expectations as did the amenities offered in our room (included in our cost). We had a small refrigerator filled with chilled water and sodas, and in the bathroom, little spa fragrances for the bathtub. It was really useful, because we forgot to bring our own shampoo, conditioner and body lotions on our trip. No need to worry--Susan has thought of those little details. Also, my daughter and I came to do a Twilight tour of Port Angeles, Forks and St. Helen's in Oregon and Bill was very accommodating, in helping guide us to anything Twilight or interesting along the way. We wanted to stay longer, but only able to stay one night. If we come again, I will definitely stay again in the Cedar Creek room. We felt relaxed and loved coming to the room, taking a nice bath and then cuddling up in the bed watching the first Twilight DVD, before bed to get into the Twilight mood. Thanks for a great breakfast and late night offered snacks too! Sincerely, Heather and Avery Moloian
4.8 on July 05, 2014
Thank you for the recent wonderful experience for my daughter and myself! It was extraordinary as usual and a great memory to take with us to other parts of the country as we move from WA state.
4.2 on July 01, 2014
My sister and I stayed at this B&B for 3 nights, during our visit to Olympic National Park. Both Bill and Susan were wonderful hosts, and cooked up a scrumptious breakfast each morning. The bedroom (Minnie) was clean and well-maintained. We enjoyed our stay, and would highly recommend this inn to others.
2.8 on June 29, 2014
Having just stayed at a different B&B for 4 days, I was not impressed. Was nice enough but for the price I would have expected more. I guess the market allows for higher billing due to all of the twilight fans that visit.
4.6 on June 25, 2014
Stayed at the Miller Tree in for one night during our trip around the Olympic Peninsula (very conveniently located off Hwy 101). We had to arrive after normal check-in hours and the owner was gracious enough to provide specific arrival instructions. Stayed on the top floor which included 2 bedrooms and a bath, very comfortable accommodations with all amenities provided. The hot breakfast was amazing (the owner/chef even printed out the recipe for me) and I probably ate more than my share of pastries and fresh fruit! Would definitely recommend to anyone and hope to stay here again on a future trip.
4.4 on June 18, 2014
The owners and people that work at the Miller Tree Inn are just so friendly and so helpful. Breakfast was amazing!!!! Miller Tree Inn is highly recommended!!! Thank you!
2.8 on June 07, 2014
A little "pricey" for accommodations - probably because of "Twilight" association with Forks.
4.0 on June 04, 2014
We were only able to stay one night and unfortunately because of bad planing on my part we had to leave before breakfast was served. However when we arrived we were greeted very warmly and given a tour which included what we could fix in the morning before we left. Bed was comfy and room was clean.
4.4 on May 29, 2014
It was a very pleasant B&B experiece
4.0 on May 22, 2014
We stayed in the Minnie room, it was a little small but comfortable. Bill the owner was very personable and accommodating. The breakfast was outstanding, in the evening they would put out cookies, coffee, tea, hot chocolate, apple cider, popcorn, and miscellaneous munchies. The movies/books of Twilight are the theme of the inn and available to view if you want. A dvd player is available on the first floor and in most rooms if not all. We will definitely stay again when we are in the area.
3.4 on May 21, 2014
We stayed in Ella's Suite and were grateful for the king sized bed and white, soft linens. The room was very spacious and we had more than enough space, which made relaxing there very nice. The orange croissant French toast was amazing!
4.6 on May 18, 2014
I took my wife here in January as part of her birthday surprise (she's a Twihard). The house is beautiful and the grounds are immaculate. We stayed in the room that allows pets and had a great time exploring Forks. Bill and Susan were both very gracious hosts and were extremely welcoming and sweet. Would recommend for anyone visiting the area.
5 on May 17, 2014
I filled out a very similar request on Trip Advisor the day after my stay. All good.
3.2 on May 14, 2014
Nice rooms, pleasant farm setting, interesting place for Twilight fans, lovely hostess, recommended.
5 on May 14, 2014
We stayed in the Cedar Creek room which was so cozy and comfortable. The beds were comfy and the room had huge windows overlooking the beautiful area. Breakfast was delicious and the innkeeper was so friendly and accommodating. She made us feel right at home like we had known them for years. It was a fabulous stay, will definitely return!
4.4 on May 07, 2014
Our 20th. birthday was one we will remember
4.2 on April 21, 2014
One of the best B&B we have ever stayed. We love the room, and the host is very friendly.
5 on April 21, 2014
Bill and Susan hosted us for two days, and we had one of the best B&B experiences ever! The thoughtfulness put into the rooms - everything that you could possibly need in a spotless, well decorated and lovely environment. The food was amazing, hearty and lots of variety. I would highly recommend them, and wish we could transplant them and the B&B to PA!
5 on April 16, 2014
Spent my Birthday Weekend there it was amazing.
4.8 on April 14, 2014
My partner and I stayed in the Country Clover room. There is much to enjoy at the Miller Tree Inn-- from the hosts' hospitality, to a jetted tub in-room, piano downstairs, and beautiful grounds. The room was very quiet. For folks who like to sleep side-by-side, just be aware the king is two adjacent twins (there's a bit of one person falling into the crack effect!).
5 on April 07, 2014
Usually I was in different hotels around USA for my work and for my vacation, I can say I didnt see it like hotel I saw it like my home, my room was really confortable, loved the bed and the decoration, the breakfast was awesome, I wanted it more and more, Bill and Susan I love them they are very friendly,special and great persons, I loved everything in this hotel and of course i will back in the future!! and of course if you are twilight fans like me, you fall in love irrevocably of it...Thanks very much Susan and Bill Kisses from Costa Rica
4.2 on April 06, 2014
Quiet, clean and convenient.The innkeeper is very nice.
5 on March 27, 2014
Wonderful B&B! So homey and the rooms were beautiful. We stayed in the Elk's View, and it was lovely. The room has a jacuzzi, comfortable big king size bed. We loved the Twilight themes running through the house, and the Twilight movies in the room are fun! Best of all was, Cheryl, our innkeeper for our two days at the Miller Tree Inn. Her breakfasts were fantastic, especially the orange French toast. She told us were to go to see the best views of the ocean. So fun, beautiful surroundings! And Blarney, the cat was an added plus! We loved him:)
5 on March 05, 2014
My husband and I absolutely love the Miller Tree Inn. We visited in December right before Christmas and it were the only guests so we had the place to ourselves. We stayed in the Cedar Creek room and both had one of the best sleep we've ever had. It's twilight fan but my husband is not and he still loved it. The breakfast of eggnog French toast and bacon w/ fruit and pastries was simple but delicious. We both can't wait to make the drive up there again and try out different rooms. Hopefully we can stay a little longer.
5 on February 20, 2014
My wife and I finally got to visit Forks and couldn't have picked a better place to stay while there. The Miller Tree Inn was just what we had in mind and we were thrilled they still play up the "Twilight" connection. I'm glad we didn't miss that! The room was comfortable and clean, the hosts friendly, the food good, and I wanted to stay longer!
4.6 on February 18, 2014
My husband and I stayed in the very private Orchard Suite, 02/14/2014. Homey rather than elegant (which suits us perfectly), it was spotlessly clean, well-equipped, quiet, and cozy. The hosts are a delight, the country setting peaceful and pretty, the food and service outstanding. Plus there are lots of fun little extras for the Twilight fan to enjoy, but which don't overwhelm the non-enthusiast. And there's an adorable cat to cuddle with, too! We definitely recommend Miller Tree Inn and intend to return, ourselves.
5 on January 18, 2014
Wonderful breakfast, very friendly and the fireplace in the room after a day out touring in the rain..... Perfect!
5 on January 13, 2014
The Miller Tree Inn was the perfect "base camp" for us as we explored the natural wonders of the Olympic Peninsula. Forks itself is within an hour or less in any direction from beautiful forests, beaches, and rocky ocean views, and the Miller Tree Inn was a warm and welcoming place to come "home" to after our adventures each day. The amenities in each room rivaled those in most hotels at the same price point (I've never stayed anywhere else where the drinks in the mini-fridge were free!). The Twilight stuff is just present enough to be cute and quirky if you are familiar with the books, but it is subtle enough to be easily ignored if you are not. The breakfasts we were served each morning were some of the best meals we ate in Forks, and the coffee is great! We've never felt so relaxed after a vacation before--if you are just looking for a beautiful place to "get away" for a few days, I highly recommend Forks and the Miller Tree Inn!
5 on December 23, 2013
And I wish I could have!! Susan's breakfasts were the culinary highlight of our stay. Lunch at the Lake Quinault Lodge a must but you can't drive that far every day to eat and still see what you want to see, don't get me started on my Forks food stories. The Miller Tree Inn was situated in the middle of everywhere we wanted to go. Rain forests, beaches and trails. Bill was ready with information to help guide us on our journey and always enjoyable to talk with. We stayed in the Cedar Creek Room that overlooks the front porch and the second largest Monkey Puzzle Tree along with a view of the Forks PD for you Twilight Fans. I enjoyed Carlisle's office and appreciate the amount of time you put in to creating it. Get up in the morning and drive on down the road for GREAT shots of elk, 100's of them! We had a wonderful time and would go again, and stay in the same room. We were there October 25-27, 2013 a time that should have been rainy, but it was a beautiful sunny 3 days! Great shots of sunset at second beach, sigh...now I need to go look at my pictures again! We had an wonderful time meeting people from around the world and US at breakfast. Susan,I'm still trying to reproduce your Eggs Benedict...but its just not the same...:(
4.4 on November 18, 2013
I recently stayed there for two nights. It was recommended by fishing guide. It was like being with friends from home. A very pleasant experience!
5 on November 07, 2013
This was my fourth stay at the Miller Tree Inn and, as always, was absolutely perfect! Susan and Bill are wonderful hosts and so accommodating! This trip was a bit more challenging for me than past trips and Susan came to my rescue .. no surprise to me though! Thank you and you know I'll be back!
5 on November 01, 2013
I cannot even begin to say enough about the Miller Tree Inn! Wonderful and I didn't want to leave, Bill and Susan make you feel so comfortable, their hospitality was amazing. Everything was so clean and very well taken care of, the views are amazing, and the food was fantastic! We drove 17 hours from California and it was worth every bit of it. Look no further, you will not be disappointed. PS this was our first stay at an Inn, and don't forget to go over to the visitor center for a very wonderful experience as well!
4.0 on October 30, 2013
The house was adorable and very homey. The hospitality was perfect and breakfast was delicious. Definitely one of the nicest places to stay along the coast!
5 on October 28, 2013
This is a very homey, very clean and comfortable place to stay, especially if you're a Twilight fan. It has all the saga to watch by a fireplace and a jetted hot tub, (if you have the Elk View room) and they gave my new husband and I a congrats card as well as a Team Edward/Team Jacob congrats cake, topped off with champagne glasses with the most wonderful tasting sparkling cider. It was very romantic and fun. The breakfast is out of this world! Cheryl is the cutest, sweetest lady and Bill and Susan are so nice and kind. The Inn is right in town, but far enough away to where you see the gorgeous views of the mountains and trees. No more than a 5-15 minute walk to literally everything. We miss it so much already, it felt like home. :( We will definitely be staying there again, I wouldn't recommend any place else. Magnifico!! Sincerely, Anna & Travis Carter #5Stars
5 on October 23, 2013
The Miller Tree Inn lived up to its website -- something that rarely happens in my experience. The food was divine (French toast stuffed with peaches and cream cheese and drizzled with caramel sauce). I loved the tongue-in-cheek nod toward the area's "Twilight" saga fame -- very fun. Also really appreciated the complimentary drinks available in the room (in addition to snacks available in the kitchen). Overall a lovely experience.
4.2 on October 23, 2013
Will be back!
4.6 on October 07, 2013
Arrived later than expected around 8pm after a busy day in the Olympic peninsula. Cheryl, on duty was welcoming and showed us around our room and the common areas if the B&B - including where to find complimentary snacks and cookies. Stayed in the clover room - huge room, huge comfy bed and an in-room twin jet tub. Great nights sleep in a peaceful setting. Breakfast was great - gingerbread pancakes with bacon made a change from the norm and fruit and cereal also available.
4.8 on September 28, 2013
This was the first Bed and Breakfast so I don't really have much to compare to it. Our room was large and comfortable. The ambiance was fun and homey. We went for a twilight weekend and were able to get a room for only one night but it was as experience we will never forget. The Orange Croissant French Toast breakfast was amazing.
5 on September 27, 2013
Stayed at the Miller Tree Inn Three nights in the Sunset Room. This place was very comfortable and a wonderful place to stay while touring the surrounding area. Staying here made our trip very special.
5 on September 27, 2013
Attention was paid to every detail. Best B &B we have ever stayed at.
5 on September 26, 2013
3.8 on September 19, 2013
Being a guest at the Miller Tree Inn is being welcomed like family. Gracious hosts will assure your comfort and make you feel special, even if just staying for the night. The Inn is set in beautiful surroundings with gorgeous views. They have thought of every amenity and staying there is a special treat.
4.2 on September 09, 2013
We've enjoyed our stay at the Miller Tree Inn very much. Breakfast was delicious, the decorations of the rooms are with so much love and detail put together. We can highly recommend it!
4.6 on September 04, 2013
This was my first time staying at a Bed and Breakfast and it was amazing. The innkeepers and the other guests were a lot friendlier than guests and workers at the hotels I've stayed at before. If you're going to visit Forks this is great place to stay.
3.8 on September 03, 2013
Great location with homemade breakfast. Bill is very friendly and helpful with questions. The kitchen is nicely decorated in a Victorian style to match the building itself. The room was spacious and pretty comfortable. However, the bathroom and kitchen could have been cleaned more thoroughly. The bathroom door had old dust and hairs on it that obviously was not wiped down in a while. There was free soda available and the rooms had coffee and tea.
5 on September 02, 2013
We really enjoyed the stay at the Miller Tree Inn. Very well run with knowledgeable and friendly host. We Will return.
5 on September 01, 2013
My stay in Forks, WA started with an overnight at the Cullens' House. The innkeepers have done lots to both make the place cozy and reflect scenes and descriptions from the Twilight saga. I enjoyed "Carlisle's office," the graduation cap display, and other Twilight-themed decorations. I hope that perhaps I will get to come back and visit. Oh, and the baked apple French toast the next morning was amazing!!
5 on August 29, 2013
Clean & cozy, great hosts & wonderful breakfast. It's even better if you're a Twilight fan. It really is the Cullen house.
5 on August 28, 2013
Nos encantó poder pasar una noche este bed and breakfast. No tuvimos mucho tiempo, pero es un lugar de esos en los q pasar la tarde jugando a juegos de mesa o viendo una buena peli antes de ir a ver el atardecer a una de las playas de La Push. Los dueños del b&b son encantadores y te tratan genial. El desayuno, delicioso!
4.6 on August 25, 2013
Our family enjoyed two very pleasant days at the Miller Tree Inn. The room was very comfortable, the common area was also. The breakfast was simple but delicious. We also had a private patio off our room which we enjoyed. Highly recommend the inn if you are in the Forks area.
4.4 on August 25, 2013
Un posticino delizioso, simpatico e veramente accogliente per visitare la meravigliosa Olympic Peninsula. Forks come paese non è davvero una bellezza, ma questo B&B invece si. I padroni di casa sono encomiabili, non se ne trovano spesso di così veramente disponibili.
4.8 on August 23, 2013
Bill & Susan are the world´s best innkeepers, because of their hospitality. I really almost felt like being home. I really appriciated the books and videos in the rooms and the way the made the Cullen house really look like a Cullen house. They also complied with my special dietetic needs at breakfast and there was always something to eat and drink available during the day. Best holiday stay ever!
4.8 on August 22, 2013
We loved the people, food, and atmosphere of this great, affordable Bed & Breakfast!
5 on August 17, 2013
My best friend and I stay at Miller Tree Inn every time we go to Forks, which has become an annual tradition; I think this was our seventh or eighth stay. I would not even consider staying anywhere else. Bill and Susan (the innkeepers) are delightful, the breakfast out-of-this-world. The rooms are wonderful--cozy, homey, very much in keeping with the family farmhouse feel (since, well, that's exactly what the house was before becoming a B&B.) I am especially fond of the Weathervane room, which they recently remodeled into a two bedroom suite! As always, no complaints--only praise. Hoping they stay open forever.
5 on August 17, 2013
Absolutely wonderful. Bill and Susan are incredible and their home delightful. Breakfast was delicious and Ella's suite so cozy and inviting. It was a great experience. Thank you
4.4 on August 14, 2013
Bill and Susan made us feel like we were at home during our stay. We were unable to book a room for 2 nights in a row, but they accomodated us and made the move to another room effortless. The breakfasts were outstanding, with plenty of options if you chose not to have the main course. Thanks for making our wedding party stay stressless!!
5 on August 14, 2013
The Millers Inn is the perfect place to experience Forks and Twilight. Our stay was relaxing and fun.
4.4 on August 12, 2013
Great place to stay in Forks! The staff/owners were so friendly and helpful with our stay. The breakfast was the best I had in a long, long time. If I ever make it back to the pacific northwest I will definitely be including a stay at the Miller Tree Inn in my plans.
5 on August 12, 2013
We liked the millertreeinn very much. it was very nice place to stay.
4.2 on August 12, 2013
5 on August 09, 2013
My husband and I really enjoyed our stay at the Miller Tree Inn. Forks is a wonderful little town, and the Miller Tree Inn made our stay there special. The Twilight theme just makes it more fun. Bill and Susan were so friendly and welcoming and breakfast was amazing! We can't wait to go back!
5 on August 05, 2013
Visiting relatives brought us to Forks, WA to visit the town the Twighlight Series used in the books. The Miller Tree B&B takes on the roll of the Cullin House, and have wonderfully adapted to the book, while keeping the Quaintness of a B&B. From the time we arrived we were made welcome, and loved the room we were assigned. Updated and clean the room had some interesting fun things referencing the characters from the Twighlight books, and there is one room upstairs for Dr Cullin which is a must see for Twilight Fans. Breakfast of fresh Fruit, numerous cheese's, juices , and on the menu for our stay was Waffles with fruit topping. All & all I highly recommend the stay.
4.6 on August 05, 2013
Everything about the Inn is great from the hosts to the rooms to the service.We've stayed B&B's all over and this one ranks as one of our top five.
5 on August 04, 2013
This well run, lovely B & B is well located near Olympic National Park. Room and amenities were nicer than a lot of hotels where I have stayed. A bit pricey, but worth it.
5 on August 04, 2013
The inn was lovely. Bill and Susan are delightful hosts. We had a very relaxing and peaceful stay. I would definitely go back and stay longer! Mandy Hedley
5 on August 03, 2013
5 on August 03, 2013
My stay at Miller Tree Inn was a fantastic experience! The owners were charming and the house was too. I am a huge Twilight fan so getting to stay in "The Cullens House" only made it better. Thanks for the hospitality, Bill and Susan and keep up the excellent work!
4.8 on July 31, 2013
This is the best B&B I ever. Very cozy place just outside of the City of Forks. The breakfast was good, too.
4.8 on July 30, 2013
Great quiet and clean place. Friendly inn keepers make you feel like you are home
5 on July 26, 2013
My daughter and her 2 girls visiting from Calif. wanted to experience Forks, WA because of the Twilight Series. Staying at the Miller Tree Inn (which they have assumed the name of "the Cullen House" although the movie was never filmed in Forks) was a added surprise. We enjoyed the "office" with some of Dr Cullens "things", and the theme of The Twilight Series throughout the home. Wonderful rooms, fantastic breakfast, and unbelievably kind host made us feel warm and welcome, and for a 12 yr old and a 5 yr old having the special attention given to them by Bill was very nice and kind, and made a lasting impression on all of us. I highly recommend this B&B.
5 on July 20, 2013
We were able to stay one night here on our west coast trip, it was everything we thought it would be. I love the fact that there was a jetted tub available in every room. The room was clean and very well organized. The Millers were very helpful with details about the area. I would recommend this Inn to anyone traveling in the area.
5 on July 19, 2013
This is the best B&B we have ever stayed in!! Susan and Bill are perfect hosts.
4.2 on July 17, 2013
There are not many choices in Forks and we believe Miller Tree Inn is our best bet. We stayed there for one night and like everything about it, esp. the breakfast.
3.6 on July 16, 2013
Really enjoyed the big windows and roomy feeling of Cedar Crest. We enjoyed 2 nights of relaxing and watching movies after long days of hiking. Bill was a great host and fed us as many egg benes as we could eat!
5 on July 16, 2013
Our stay was so nice. The owners and innkeepers are great! They made our stay at Forks wonderful!
5 on July 16, 2013
Me and my dad stayed in the Cedar Creek room 2 years ago and loved it so muchthat we had to stay here again this year. The Cedar Creek room has had a beautiful make-over which really freshens up the look and feel of the room - my dad was especially impressed by the floors! I am an extremely fussy eater, but the hosts Bill and Susan do their all accommodate you and make you feel at home. Even though the breakfast is a set menu, they serve it how you like it. As ever, everything in the rooms and common rooms was spotless. As the Miller Tree Inn poses as the Cullen House in Forks, Carlisles office is also a big bonus for any Twilight fans like myself. Every detail is so carefully thought out and it's right next the room we stayed in! I will defientely be stying here for a third time when I get the chance. Thank you for another fantastic stay!!
3.6 on July 12, 2013
This Inn was very friendly and warm while still leaving us plenty of privacy. Breakfast was excellent. This B&B felt very much like a home with eclectic decor that seems thrown together - a jumbled mix of country and anything else. My only real complaint was the bed. I had trouble sleeping both nights as I felt like I was sleeping in a hole. Overall I would stay here again because it is the best lodging in the area and the owners were delightful.
5 on July 09, 2013
We both agree that that we had such a wonderful time staying at Miller Tree that we would definitely return without a second thought. Thank you for being so welcoming!
5 on July 09, 2013
My girlfriend and I stayed here for a night with while we were visiting Olympic National Park over the weekend. The room that we stayed in (Minnie) was small yet cozy. Bill and Susan were very welcoming and made us feel at home. The french toast croissant with orange butter sauce and sausage was the best breakfast we had in a while. The house and grounds were so relaxing that we could sit here all day and do nothing. All in all, we would definitely recommend anyone to stay here if they're in Forks.
5 on July 08, 2013
I think this is the best place in Forks. I quite, really nice, located next to the police/city hall. Hospitality of the folks keeping the place far exceeds expectations.
5 on July 07, 2013
Wonderful stay in lovely house with an excellent breakfast.
5 on July 04, 2013
Stayed three nights at the Miller Tree in late June. It was paradise! Our Innkeepers were so very friendly, it was more like staying with friends. Friends who are gourmet cooks, that is! Comfy beds, the most beautiful setting and yard - the Miller Tree Inn became our standard for Best Place to Stay. I cannot recommend it too highly! We longed for it once we were in a Kimpton hotel. Forks is a sweet little town, and we were happy to contribute to the local economy. I really miss being there, and I miss the Miller Tree. Thank you for a relaxing, fabulous stay - oh, I almost forgot to mention, how much we enjoyed the other guests at breakfast! And the way you matched the porch flags to your guests' nationalities! Too many nice touches to list! I can't wait to return. - Laurie Metter, Tennessee
4.8 on July 03, 2013
Wonderful B&B, good value for the money, fabulous breakfast exceeded our expectations
4.8 on July 01, 2013
Great hosts and lovely location.
5 on June 28, 2013
Had such a wonderful first experience staying here I just HAD to come back again. Bill, Susan and Cheryl are SUCH wonderful and kind people. You feel at ease and right at home when staying at the Miller Tree Inn or the Cullen House as I like to call it (: They really make your vacation that much more enjoyable, very flexible people, very generous, very helpful. I will definitely be coming back again and again to the Miller Tree Inn and highly recommend it to anyone and everyone, not just Twilight fans.
5 on June 27, 2013
We were more than pleasantly during our visit with Bill and Susan at their lovely B&B. They are very very friendly, the rooms were well kept and gorgeous and the breakfast was delicious and filling! Will definitely come back to visit when we're in the area.
5 on June 26, 2013
What a delightful place to stay in Forks! Bill & Susan are warm & friendly hosts & looked after us in every way. We are New Zealanders but live in Australia & Bill had the Australian flag up when we arrived. Once he realised, he changed the flag to the NZ one just for us. We decided to upgrade (for a small charge) to a larger room on arrival with a spa bath, positioned to watch TV. Complimentary soft drinks & juice were in the fridge, coffee & tea in the room, bath robes hanging in the closet, wonderful scents provided for the spa bath & the softest sheets we've ever slept in. Having travelled for a number of weeks, we needed to do our washing & Bill & Susan offered the use of their laundry & even transferred our load to the dryer while we were out at dinner - all for no charge! Susan cooked up a wonderful hot breakfast in the morning with a huge variety & endless amounts of food, coffee & juice. There was so much we couldn't eat everything. They also said to come down at any time to help ourselves to freshly baked goods, hot or cold drinks or fresh fruit & yoghurt. The house is named as the Cullen house from the Twilight movies so is themed to match but not overdone. If you are a Twilight fan, there are some great touches such as Carlisle's office, the painting showing Carlisle with the Volturi, a hand written note from the Cullens, a postcard & of course each room has all the movies on DVD. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay & would highly recommend Miller Tree Inn to everyone visiting Forks. Su Banovits & Keshav Bhana, Sydney, Australia, June 2013
3.6 on June 25, 2013
We stayed for one night. The owners were very nice people. They were very helpful with information about the area. The breakfast was also very good! We enjoyed the afternoon snacks and tea/coffee. However, I did not understand why there was $20 extra per person food charge for guests more than 2. We booked the top floor section that has two separate bed rooms and a shared bathroom. It seemed the rooms were advertised for four people. When does one book two separate rooms with Queen beds for only 2 people? The rooms were recently remodeled and the bathroom also, except for the toilet. The toilet water tank was very slow to refill, taking about 15-20 minutes. we had to refill the tank manually using water from faucet after every flush to avoid the long wait. it also had a weak flush. unfortunately for us, it eventually jammed in the middle of the night, forcing us to find the downstairs toilet to use. Otherwise, our stay there was pleasant. We may come back.
We appreciate the patience and understanding shown by these guests during their stay with us. The room reviewed is Weathervane, on the 3rd floor, and since the addition of a second bedroom in that guest room, this family of four and I learned that the plumbing cannot keep up with more than 2 guests. We are now limiting the number of guests in Weathervane to 2, as we did before the remodeled bedroom addition. This seems to have solved the problem. Weathervane works well for 2 people who wish to sleep in separate bedrooms (one with a king bed and one with a queen), but do not mind sharing the same private bathroom. For groups of 3 or 4 guests, we have other rooms that will accommodate them (at an additional cost of $20 per person for the 3rd and 4th guest). As always, a full, hot breakfast for everyone is included in the rate.
5 on June 21, 2013
Bill and Susan were very nice people. We stayed two nights. The rooms were great. The place was clean and breakfest was great. If I go again this is where I will stay. Elk were just to the east and we could drive down the road and see them feeding in a grass field. Wonderfull place!!!!!!! John Benson Lawrence Kansas
5 on June 18, 2013
this was our first time at a B&B. It was awesome. the location was easy to find and was so quiet and relaxing, the owners and staff friendly and helpful. service was above outstanding. I could go on and on, If anyone is looking for an exceptional place to stay and is not overpriced check out the Miller Tree Inn (aka The Cullen House) . Awesome
4.8 on June 18, 2013
My husband and I stayed in the Weather Vane room on the 3rd floor. It was very private and roomy. It also had great lighting which is a rare thing in B&Bs these days. We read in the evenings listing to the soft peeping of frogs in the meadows near-by. It was interesting listening to Bill and Susan's "Twilight" stories too.
4.8 on June 17, 2013
Everyone was friendly and the home was perfect for exploring the area. Would definitely stay there again if in the area.
4.6 on June 09, 2013
It's a nice place as home to stay.
4.6 on June 09, 2013
Since this was a themed B&B I wasn't sure what to expect. So it was a wonderful suprise when we walked into the Miller Tree Inn and saw such a beautiful, clean, and well cared for house. We spent most of our evening downstairs in the common area and were very comfortable. We would have been just as happy staying in our room because it was amazing. It was very roomy and had a homey feeling. Everyone was very friendly. Bill had spotted some elk several fields from the inn so he sent us down there with a pair of binoculars The only thing I didn't like was that I couldn't stay longer. I hope one day to return.
5 on June 09, 2013
The inn keepers ensure you have a lovely stay. The Ella suite is spacious, clean and private. The cat, Blarney, is very cute!!! The breakfasts were yummy and the home and land is beautiful. I would highly recommend this B&B. The surrounding area is filled with beauty, the Hoh Rainforest, La Push and Rialto beaches. Forks is great!!!
4.6 on June 08, 2013
Nice place, good breakfast and service.
5 on June 02, 2013
This bed and breakfast was so great. The rooms are so nice, the people that work there are just the sweetest ever, and the location is just beautiful! Next time i am in the area I will go back for sure. I didnt want to leave!!!!!
5 on May 30, 2013
The bed was comfortable! The room was so clean and spacious. We had a bit of hang up with traffic so we took extra time to get there and the staff waited for us. i called to let them know and there was no problems at all. There was even hot chocolate for us when we got there! The breakfast was delicious! I can't wait to go back again and stay longer!!
5 on May 28, 2013
The owner's were friendly and accommodating. The house was beautiful and we had everything we could possibly need in the sunset room. The owners shared information about the Olympic national forest as well as information regarding the Twilight hype. We would definitely recommend this bed and breakfast!
4.4 on May 27, 2013
Bill and Susan Were so incredibly courteous! We stayed in the Cedar Creek room, it was nice, especially the bathroom,we had been camping and needed a relaxing jetted tub bath with oils! We Loved hearing about the History of the Inn, and Bill was so Helpful in directing my friend and I to Twilight Movie Locations for our drive back home to Az (It made our drive home stress free and fun!). Breakfast was great and they had so many things to choose from, which made me so happy because I don't eat meat or drink dairy, and they had Almond Milk, and were able to make my breakfast without meat with no problems.(thanks Susan it was delicious!) I loved they had V8 juice in the mini fridge in our room also, its my little addiction and I was craving a V8! (or 3? lol) I will definitely stay here again on our future road trips to Forks, Wa!
4.0 on May 21, 2013
I have never stayed at a B&B before, this was a very nice and welcoming experience, I highly recommend Miller Tree Inn :)
5 on May 20, 2013
This was our second time staying at the Miller Tree Inn. This is a great place to stay. Bill., Susan and Cheryl are wonderful hosts, the food was declicious, the room clean and comfortable. We originally visited for" Twilight" in 2011 and came back this year not only for the "Twilight" experience, but for the town of Forks, the area (beaches and hiking) and to have the opportunity to stay at the Miller Tree Inn again. Thank-you Bill, Susan and Cheryl.
5 on May 14, 2013
We enjoyed the ambience and delighted in being there. Other guests were as relaxed as we. Obviously, you love where you live and it is obvious to your guests. Thanks so much for sharing it with us.
4.0 on May 08, 2013
My daughter wanted a Twilight weekend in Forks for her 17th birthday so we brought her and a friend to "the Cullen House." The room was spacious, the bathroom was clean with a huge tub, and the beds had the most comfortable sheets I've ever slept on. The owners introduced themselves and learned everyone's name. The were very friendly and helpful. The breakfast was delicious and there was plenty of it! The Twilight theme was fun but not overwhelming for those who just want a nice place to stay. It was there for those who wanted it, but not in your face at all. I would definitely go back for another visit to enjoy the beaches and the rainforest. We had a lovely weekend And my daughter had a birthday she will never forget!
4.8 on May 05, 2013
This was my second stay and I have to say it just gets better! The inn keepers are friendly and we got to meet the new kitty, Blarney, who will be a wonderful addition. As I remembered breakfast was amazing and filled us for hours. I just love the friendly atmosphere and the helpful attitude of Bill and Susan. Looking forward to trip #3 someday! Oh and Twilight fans, this is the place to be!! :-)
5 on May 03, 2013
Staying at the Miller Tree Inn was exceptional all the way around. We were greeted outside by Bill. A very cheerful guy. He chatted with us about our trip and our plans while staying in Forks. He also gave us some great information. His wife Susan was just as cheerful and sweet. To my surprise our room was upgraded to a bigger room. Thanks so much again for that Bill and Susan. The room was beautifully decorated, very clean and very homey feeling. I must say the best part was the bed and sheets. I felt as if I was sleeping on a cloud. The bed was better than my own. Breakfast the next morning was omlettes and a variety of muffins, fruits with coffee or juice. We only stayed one night, due to our schedule, but I will make sure when I go back that I stay for a few days. Thanks again for a wonderful stay.
4.8 on April 29, 2013
First time my wife and I had ever been in a B&B. Definately exceeded our expectations. Beautiful rooms, friendly staff, and a great breakfast to start our day
4.4 on April 29, 2013
Very nice, restful, friendly staff, good service.
3.8 on April 25, 2013
This was the second time I stayed at the Miller Tree Inn and it was really lovely. It is so nice to be able to chat with other guests and feel at home.
4.4 on April 21, 2013
A nice place to stay in Forks. Bill and Susan are kind and friendly. If I return to visit Forks once more, I will stay there again.
5 on April 14, 2013
Took the girlfriend here as part of a surprise. Staff was wonderfully accommodating, exceptionally kind, and even gave us recommendations for things to do around town (that we hadn't thought of ourselves.) A++++
5 on April 02, 2013
This place is beyond words. The food was beyond amazing! The Cullen's have taught Mrs.Susan so truly mouth watering treats. Mr.Bill has some great stories. We really felt like family there. The views around the area are second to none. We can't wait for our return trip once we get settled from our move. This was our first stay in a B&B so the bar is at an incredible standard!
5 on April 02, 2013
This was a most enjoyable stay for my daughter and I. We never stay in B & Bs and loved this place! The Innkeepers were like family, the breakfast was fantastic, and although there was a full house, it was one of the most peaceful night's sleep in a 'foreign' bed I have ever had. I highly recommend and plan on returning to Miller Tree!
4.8 on March 15, 2013
Wonderful old home! Service, cleanliness, friendliness - all exceeded expectations! However,don't go out in Forks on a weeknight much after 8:00 pm and expect to get something to eat. No reflection on the Miller Tree Inn.
4.6 on March 14, 2013
We only stayed one night, but everything was wonderful. From the moment we checked in we were greeted and everyone was very friendly and nice. The room was cute, the Twilight themed decorations were fun, the bed was soft and cozy, and everything was very clean! The views were amazing and the location was great for sight-seeing all around Forks. We enjoyed a delicious breakfast in the morning and had a great time chatting with all the other patrons and getting to know everyone. I would HIGHLY recommend the Miller Tree to anyone who is going to be staying in the area.
5 on March 13, 2013
This place is a gem. We stayed in the 4 person capacity room and it was an outstanding experience. Plenty of room for the 3 of us, an awesome view of town, and the service was definitely some of the best I've ever received. The B&B is conveniently located (we walked into Forks for dining/shopping/touring) and Susan & Bill couldn't have been nicer. They provided just the right amount of "twilight" atmosphere and made us feel very welcome. I was so impressed that they not only remembered each of us by name in the morning, but also my friend's dietary restrictions and adjusted breakfast for her accordingly. Breakfast was outstanding and I would say the stay was a GREAT value! Now I just need to think of a reason to go back to Forks just to stay here again!
4.8 on March 03, 2013
Accommodation was perfect, warm, clean. Rooms were a great size for a short stay. Breakfast was a fantastic home cooked meal. Great Twilight feel and old charm with a lot of history. Would stay here again and recommend to anyone visiting Forks.
5 on February 22, 2013
super Bed and Breakfast. Très propre rien à redire. acresse à conseiller
4.0 on February 20, 2013
Really enjoyed our stay; accommodations as advertised, hosts were wonderful, breakfast was delicious.
5 on February 12, 2013
Whether or not you are a "Twi-Hard," this bed and breakfast will appeal to you. The rooms are cozy, the atmosphere is comfortable, the service and food are outstanding and the ambiance is soothing and friendly. I'd come back every year if I could. Twice just isn't enough!
5 on February 10, 2013
Thank you so much for making it such an enjoyable experience! The hosts are warm and friendly! We had such a great time talking to other guests. The food was excellent each morning. I can't wait until I can come back!
5 on February 01, 2013
We stayed in Minnie's Room, which is roomier than implied. Large, clean shower and bathroom, comfy closet space, nice view, and a very comfy bed with its own Teddy Bear. A small fridge with complimentary softdrinks, juice, and chocolates in the room. But the real perks for Twilight Fans are the copies of all the Twilight DVDs and books in each room so you can read or watch the movies in bed! Other personal touches include name plaques of all the Cullens so you can choose your favorite to put on your bedroom door, a note from Esme upon arrival, Twlight board games and lots of memorabilia in the living room, as well as a replica of the Graduation Cap artwork. It feels like you're staying at the Cullens house from the books! Another really fun room is Carlisle's Office which has an artist's rendition of the painting of Carlisle with the Volturi, his large wooden cross, and lots of historical medical instruments, art, and Volturi memorabilia. And his doctor's coat and stethoscope, in case you want to play Carlisle and sit at his desk. For the cat lover, there's Tunny. Tunny is the sweetest, most affectionate cat you could hope to meet! He loves to be petted, comes when he's called, enjoys meowing and being meowed at, and purrs nonstop. Snow white and sleek, he's also a very handsome boy! He's not allowed in the rooms, but he joined us whenever we came down to the common areas. Last but not least, the Eggs Benedict breakfast we enjoyed was awesome! A great spread with a variety of hot drinks and juices, cereals, fruits, etc. The main course was superb, and we were offered a veggie version with fresh spinach as a vegetarian option, which was very fitting at the Cullens house! We would highly recommend the Miller Tree Inn! Susan, Cheryl, and Tunny were great. Our only regret was that we weren't staying longer!
5 on January 17, 2013
My husband and I have never really had a romantic get away and this was such an awesome place to stay. Bill and Susan make you feel very welcomed and part of the family. This will always be a treasured memory for me and my husband and I want to give a BIG thanks to Bill and Susan for making it so wonderful. You guys are AWESOME!!!!!!
4.6 on January 11, 2013
A very restful, relaxing place to stay, in this lovely part of the world to visit. Even at the end of December it felt very warm and welcoming. Bill and Susan are great and have a nice way making you feel that you are in their home but without feeling awkward about using the living room, making your own tea, etc. Both are full of advise on getting the most out of a trip here. I will definitely be back when I am in the area again to explore some more. Even the smallest room has plenty of space for luggage, and a fridge and small countertop.
5 on January 02, 2013
When we pulled into the driveway, we immediately took note of the beautiful landscape and surroundings. The house is charming with a relaxing, country feel. We were greeted by Cheryl who was very friendly and helped us get settled. The room was quaint and most importantly, clean! Bill and Susan were there in the morning to cook breakfast which was amazing! They were even so kind to make it a gluten free breakfast for my bf who unfortunately can't eat gluten. We didn't do much of anything in Forks, but the Miller Tree Inn was close to all of our places of exploration. It was truly a great weekend with a large thanks to The Miller Tree Inn!
4.2 on December 31, 2012
is the best inn i stay, the people is very friendly, you feel at home. i totally recommended and when i back to forks i will stay here again. for the twilight fans, is there the carlisle's office! and they give you a message from the cullens and a postcard with the picture of the house! there is the graduation caps, the piano and many more, you can take pics of everything.
5 on December 17, 2012
Very nice after a very busy week!!
5 on December 14, 2012
This was my first experience staying in a B&B and I loved it. I loved all the little Twilight touches in the house, but it wasn't overwhelming. I stayed for three nights and the beds were soft and there was free sodas in the room fridge with snacks in the common area downstairs. The breakfasts were delish (the croissant french toast was my favorite). Bill & Judy had were very friendly and had great information for my sightseeing adventures.
4.2 on December 04, 2012
Took my daughter and exchange student to stay at miller tree inn for a twilight get away. Wonderful stay
5 on December 03, 2012
Miller tree inn also known as "the Cullen house". My stay was amazing. Everyone was very nice.
4.0 on December 02, 2012
The staff did everything they could to bring the Twilight experience to life. It was very well done. Best part was exploring Carlisle's home office!
4.6 on December 01, 2012
I was leery of getting a room here because they have a cat and I have cat allergies. When things are kept clean enough, though, I'm alright so I took my chances on an awesome deal - $120 for my friend and I including breakfast and private bathroom. We ended up getting an upgrade with an awesome king size bed we shared. I think it was temperpedic (however you spell that) because when one of us moved on one side of the bed, you couldn't feel it on the other. The bath tub also had water jets in it. AND of course this place is called the Cullen House by Twilight fans. I'm not one of them, but I loved how dedicated they were to the theme. Every room has every available Twilight book and movie for example. And in their extra room, they have a fake Dr. Cullen office. It was a great jumping off point for a hike in the Hoh Rain Forest about an hour away.
5 on November 30, 2012
My sister and I came to the Miller Tree Inn as our first experience staying in a B&B. After meeting the hosts and enjoying this amazing property (including Tunny!) we WILL be back! All the way from California and Colorado!
4.8 on November 28, 2012
4.8 on November 22, 2012
The Miller Tree Inn, or "The Cullen House" was an exceptional stay for my best friend and me. We could not have stayed at a better place in Forks. Both of us have sworn we will be back someday. The owners could not have been more lovely. The little details they have put into the house regarding Twilight would satisfy any fan. From the replicated graduation cap frame in the living room, to Carlisle's office upstairs, to each room having a copy of every Twilight book and movie; it was perfect. Loved every second!
5 on November 20, 2012
What makes this bed and breakfast so outstanding? It's not just the clean homey rooms, extremely yummy breakfast, or the sweet twilight touches through out the home. It's the people running it. Bill and Susan make this place! Someday the twilight rave may die and this will be just another B&B but with Bill and Susan it will always be worth the stay. Thanks for being a part of the best twilight weekend ever!
5 on November 19, 2012
The inn is amazing, wether you are there for Twilight or just to enjoy the beautiful scenery in Washington. Breakfast was wonderful each morning and the inn keepers were so nice it was like staying with family. I will deffinately plan to stay here again!
5 on November 14, 2012
The house is located in a perfect stopping spot between two great hiking areas in the Olympic National Park, the Hoh Rain Forest and Cresent Lake. I imagined it to be my own home and after a long day of hiking, it was perfect to come home. The house was clean and comfortable, quiet and a great value. Breakfast was great.
4.2 on November 12, 2012
The room was large and comfortable. The breakfasts were excellent. The owners went out of the way to be hospitalble. There is a one-flight set of stairs with a landing which leads both to the guest entrance and the dining area, The latter is a little tricky to negotiate, with a turn around the bottom of the bannister. The breakfast area is large, with a nice view. The home's connection to the "Twilight" books is evident everywhere, but that is to be expected.
5 on October 30, 2012
Very friendly, clean, comfortable, we will defiantly be staying at the miller tree inn again, 100% satisfied.
4.0 on October 22, 2012
I had the opportunity to come to Seattle with a friend and with both of us being Twilight Fans, we had to sneak over to Forks for a night. This was my third trip to Forks, and after having stayed at Miller Tree Inn the first two times, I couldn't imagine staying anywhere else. The owners Bill and Susan were off on their own vacation, but their people took great care of us. Breakfast was an awesome Blueberry Strata which I am going to have to try making myself.
5 on October 19, 2012
Our group of five stayed for two nights at the Miller Tree Inn and we were treated as if we were family. I would highly recommend this Bed & Breakfast to anyone who is looking for a friendly, safe, clean place to stay. The breakfast each day was delicious and the service was excellent. We all enjoyed our stay and would definitely go back again.
5 on October 18, 2012
Everytime I stay here is a wonderful time. It's comfortable, friendly and delicious! I'm in the area about twice a year for photography and I won't stay anywhere but here at Miller Tree! I know each time it'll be great! Of course you should stay here if you want the "Twilight" experience as well. They know it well!
5 on October 17, 2012
We had a wonderful stay in the Elk View Room on the 2nd floor. Property was very clean and inviting. Inn keepers were fantasic. The sweet chili egg bake was a yummy start to our morning. Would definately return! Great little B&B! And a great place for any Twlight fan! They have all the movies available in each room, so we cozied up with a fire watching one of the movies on the rainy morning!
4.4 on October 16, 2012
We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Millar Tree Inn and would recommended it. The room was clean and very comfortable, and beautifully decorated. The Inn keeper was very friendly and informative on the house and area. Breakfast was fantastic, with the only criticism being that the potions were huge, and we couldnt finish! Staying at the Millar Tree Inn doesnt feel like staying in an bed and breakfast, it feels like staying with family. We wouldnt hesitate on returning.
3.8 on October 15, 2012
We stayed for one night at Forks which does not offer a lot to see if you are not a keen follower of the Twilight series. But this very nice B&B made up for it although the room could have been a bit larger. It was quiet though, so we had a good night's sleep and woke to have a very good breakfast served by friendly innkeepers.
5 on October 11, 2012
We stayed one night in the country clover room, the room was very nice and was everything I expected it to be. The hosts were friendly and the breakfast was delicious.
4.0 on October 09, 2012
We celebrated our 33 wedding anniversary in the Olympic Peninsula and stayed at the Miller Tree Inn in Forks. We had a wonderful stay. The hosts were friendly. The room was quite comfortable with a large jetted tub.
4.0 on October 07, 2012
This is a lovely B&B, with a great location. The hospitality was wonderful, and the innkeepers are friendly, knowledgable, and put on an outstanding breakfast. If peace and quiet, and being welcomed like family is what you're looking for, this is the place. Have been here before and will come back again.
5 on October 01, 2012
This is our second trip to Forks and staying at the Miller Tree Inn. We love Bill and Susan, the food is exceptional, the hospitality is without measure. We are Twilight Fans and they have gone all out to cater to the fandom. Forks is a lovely, friendly community and staying at the Miller Tree Inn is the icing on the cake.
3.8 on September 29, 2012
Bedroom was nice. House is really cute. Inn runners were very pleasant. Breakfast was below my expectations but acceptable.
4.0 on September 24, 2012
A great base for exploring the area - comfortable and welcoming.
4.6 on September 20, 2012
I went to Forks, WA for the Stephenie Meyer Weekend. Of course, I just have to stay at the "Cullen's House" ... it turned out to be the Miller Tree Inn. The 'Cullen's Innkeepers' are very gracious and friendly, but most of all, they speak TWILIGHT! Bill is very knowledgeable on the subject and very accommodating, while his wife, Susan cooks the best breakfast. We stayed at the Minnie Room ... it was very cozy and ,homey. We were also able to check out the other rooms in the inn and they were all very clean and well equipped. Given the chance, I would love to stay here again. The house is themed Twilight and the innkeepers decorated it all in keeping with the details both from the book and the movie. I felt I lived through it all ... and I never wanted to leave. Thank you for a great experience!
5 on September 20, 2012
We have been to the "Cullen House" or "Miller Tree Inn" 4 times and have been so happy with our stays each time. Bill and Susan are so friendly, accomidating, and just happy to be of service. The food is amazing! Rooms are clean and comfortable. Makes the trip to Forks very memorable and fun! Highly reccommend this place! I can't say enough great things about it :)
5 on September 16, 2012
We enjoyed the surroundings and service in this lovely old home. Our room was spacious and luxuriously appointed, with the softest bed linens we've ever experienced. The bath vanity and tub were beautiful and seemed like brand new, and the room was immaculate. Our innkeeper Cheryl was friendly and accommodating and breakfast was great, with snacks left out for guests who might want a nibble at any hour. The Twilight theme added to the fun, but this comfortable and welcoming inn would be worth a visit even for those who are not "Twihards." We would be delighted to return some time in the future.
2.8 on September 13, 2012
FYI... when we pulled the bottom bed from under the couch in the Cedar Room a cloud of dust bunnies came out with it. Looked like no one had cleaned behind the couch for a very long time. It was a little uncomfortable to sleep on the pullout bed as a result. Otherwise, I had a great time and found it interesting that the place had a Twilight theme. I didn't know the house was described in the book.
3.8 on September 11, 2012
The rooms are very clean and great inn keepers. There was some minor road construction getting to the inn. The breakfast in the morning was outstanding. Will stay again
3.6 on September 11, 2012
We are Twilight fans, so staying in the "Cullen House" for one night of our vacation was a fun experience!
5 on September 09, 2012
It was amazing! Very gracious hosts and wonderful breakfast! Couldn't have been more pleased!
2.8 on September 08, 2012
We had a great time there even though we spent just one night. We are not Twilight fans and picked the Miller Tree In because of the convenient proximity to the Hoh River & Rainforest. We had the Orchard suite with a kitchen, king bed in one room, with a murphy bed in the living area. Plenty of room for 4 people. Curt the host greeted us upon arrival and was very friendly and showed us around the house. His wife Casey was nice enough but she seemed rushed and she was strictly business and while I was talking to Curt after breakfast, she kept wanting to interrupt our conversation telling him he must do this & that. The other folks I was travelling with mentioned she could use a bit more customer service skills when they asked her a question. Breakfast was great with plenty of selection. Coffee & Tea was available anytime of the day.
2.6 on September 03, 2012
If you are a Twilight fan Bill & Susan are enthusiastic supporters who go out of their way to provide a nice experience. We arrived early and were greeted by a substitute inn-keeper who looked at her watch but assured us early check-in would not be a problem. The friendliness of the inn definitely warmed when Bill and Susan were there. The dining area was available 24 hours and fruit and Oreo cookies along with tea and previously brewed coffee. Breakfast was average we didn't leave the table hungry but nothing memorable was served. There was also a selection of cereals and yogurt available. We stayed in the Elk View room which was a 2 room suite comprised of a sitting area with futon and refrigerator stocked with soda and juice, and a bedroom with jacuzzi tub. Oddly, the bathroom sink was outside the bathroom and located in the bedroom. The Inn itself is old and the decor eclectic but my husband and I were pleased with the apparent cleanliness. Unfortunately, there a lingering aroma that was not too pleasant, perhaps mildew due to the age of the structure or perhaps the presence of the cat? Overall the Miller Tree Inn seemed to be the better place to stay in Forks, WA where the choices are limited.
5 on September 03, 2012
This was a fantastic place to stay- 1st time at a B&B. The breakfast was delicious and the Innkeepers are so nice and helpful- like staying at your aunt and uncles house! Loved it!!
3.6 on September 03, 2012
As far as creature comforts go, the Inn is quite acceptable. The thing that makes this Inn special is the people. Bill and Susan are so gracious about sharing their home with perfect strangers. They were attentive to a special request at breakfast and had it ready for us when we came downstairs. I highly recommend this Inn if you are planning a trip to Forks.
5 on September 03, 2012
Bill welcomed us into his lovely Bed and Breakfast (with what us southerners call) with such warm southern hospitality
5 on September 02, 2012
I totally enjoyed my 2 nights over here. It was so personal and very very clean and I got freshly made breakfast each morning and it was very very tasty. I totally would recommend this place.
5 on September 02, 2012
This was my second stay at the Miller Tree. I will not visit Forks and stay anywhere else. The first time I went was with a friend for Twilight. This time was with my husband for the Olympic Peninsula. Both trips were amazing. Miller Tree has a bit of stuff for both groups, Twihards and Outdoors men. The food is amazing, the hosts are delightful, the rooms are adorable. I cannot say enough good things!
5 on August 28, 2012
The inn was a wonderful place to stay! The room was very clean, I loved the fact that there were drinks already in the fridge for our visit. It was a very relaxing and confortable room. The breakfast!!!! All I can say is YUM! The innkeepers Bill and Susan are wonderful, very friendly and wanted to make sure that our stay was as nice as possible. I would deffinitly recommend the Miller Tree Inn to anyone staying in the Forks area. My wife loved the fact that the Miller Tree Inn also worked very hard to bring the 'Cullen House' to reality, including a letter from the Cullen family. The graduation cap display from the book/movie was replicated in the front room along with Edward's piano. If you get a chance to visit Forks - Stay here, it is well worth the money!
3.8 on August 28, 2012
We had a lovely big room at the front of the house with windows at the front and side which made it wonderfully airy and bright. Breakfast cooked by Shirl was delicious especially her gingerbread pancakes! It was fun to be part of the Twilight experience but even if you are not a fan this is an excellent B and B and well worth a visit if you are in the area.
2.8 on August 27, 2012
This is a fun place to stopover for a day or two with very laid back welcoming hosts. The Cullen House theme is an extra fun touch. The location is lovely and is an easy walk to any where in town. It felt a lot like home.
5 on August 27, 2012
We flew from upstate NY to Seattle but the best part was going to La Push & staying at The Miller Tree Inn. The Hilton was awful but The Miller Tree Inn was luxurious, restful, elegant and soothing. I just can't describe how wonderful the accommodations were. An "11" out of "10"!
5 on August 25, 2012
Loved this B&B! Breakfasts were large and excellent. Bed was extremely comfortable -- which means a lot to me. We stayed in the Weathervane room, which was a little smaller than the other rooms but still very nice. All of the little amenities were thoughtfully provided. If you're a Twilight fan (and even if you aren't) you'll like this place. Best of all, Susan and Bill are great hosts!
5 on August 22, 2012
Bill and Susan were very welcoming and their B&B is a real treasure. We stayed for 5 nights and felt right at home.
4.8 on August 14, 2012
Positives: - we stayed in "Ella's room" on the ground floor, which was easy to access with it's own entry and separate sitting area. - large room, comfy bed - quiet - cosy with good heating when needed, including gas fireplace - great breakfasts - great common areas for relaxing Negatives: none! best place in town if you ask me!
5 on August 13, 2012
I am a big Twilight fan, which is the reason I visited Forks 2 years ago. That's when I fell in love with the Pacific North West and The Miller Tree Inn. This was my 2nd time staying at the "The Cullen House" and I loved it both times. The house is absolutely beautiful and Bill & Susan are awesome! The breakfasts are delicious and you won't believe all the extra touches in the rooms!
5 on August 10, 2012
The Millers went out of their way to make you feel welcome and to make your stay an excellent one. As a Twilight fan - all the details around the house made our stay fun and interesting. Will recommend their B&B to everyone I knowthat is going to Forks!!
4.2 on August 08, 2012
We arrived in Forks early and, upon calling, were told to come on over even though it wasn't check in time yet. The owners were super friendly and accomodating. We were in their smallest room and it was more than sufficient for our needs. The bed was amazingly comfortable (and the sheets were so soft!) and they provided shampoo, conditioner, and body wash. They've upgraded since our stay in 2010 and now have satellite TV in the rooms and mini-fridges with drinks, which were both really nice touches. We had a great experience and will certainly return if we are ever vacationing that way again!
4.2 on August 07, 2012
We spent one night in Forks at the Miller Tree Inn on our way to the Oregon Coast. It was a wonderful stay. Our room was spotless, the beds and bedding were top notch quality. The inn keeper's made us feel like family and at home. The service was wonderful. The breakfast was yummy however I really was hoping for some yummy french toast or the likes, but the eggs benny were good (my first time trying them to be quite honest, as never been a big fan). Pricing was abit high for the town of Forks, but after we looked around the town we did feel we had stayed at the best place by far. We enjoyed the Twilight extra's (although we are not diehard fans). The kitty cat was a hit with our kids!!! Thank to the inn keepers!!! - from your B.C. Canada guests
4.8 on August 06, 2012
My wife is a "Twihard", and we know all the history, incl. Nothing was actually filmed there, but it was the inspiration. Having said that, our experince was wonderful!! We have stayed at other b&bs, and the inn keeper was very knowldgeable, and helpful, and breakfast was varied, and delishous. Also recieved a few surprises. Great view, and setting. Would recommend it even without twilight.
5 on August 06, 2012
Just really enjoyed our stay - they made our twilight adventure fun with lots of info on the sights and activities to see in forks. the house cat cute and friendly.
4.8 on August 02, 2012
The room was so lovely, clean and pretty. And the breakfast was excellent. We recomment to stay there!
3.8 on August 01, 2012
The house is beautiful, the innkeepers are freindly, the beb was comfortable, overall a pleasant experience. We will certainly return
3.8 on August 01, 2012
Very friendly owners. The breakfast was great, fresh fruits and perfect eggs benedict! We had the biggest suite, which was big, but not the prettiest of the rooms. Unfortunately it was quite expensive. Cute little details and a must see for fans of the Twilight Saga!
5 on July 31, 2012
On our vacation, we made a special, out-of-the-way stop, in Forks for my daughter's sixteenth birthday. Everything was perfect - Bill and Susan were the perfect hosts, and my entire family had a fabulous time! The rooms were wonderful; the food was fantastic, and the "Cullen" influence was just right!
2.8 on July 29, 2012
Our host was great. We had a nicely stocked mini-fridge. The room was clean and the view from our bedroom windows was so nice. The bathroom sink's location was awkward as it stood outside the bathroom, right next to the bed. Breakfast was great, we were offered seconds which was so thoughtful. My husband and I had one complaint, our "king size" bed was really 2 beds covered with a mattress pad. Horrible!!! We couldn't even snuggle at night. It was not what we expected and put a small damper on our evening. For the price I would have liked to have had a real bed that my husband and I could have shared comfortably. Overall a good room.
The primary mission at our inn is to provide a good night's sleep and a tasty, plentiful breakfast. We feel badly that we failed our guests in one aspect. They are absolutely correct that the king beds in Elk View, Country Clover, Orchard Suite and Sunset are actually two twin beds pushed together. We put a foam spacer in the crack between the mattresses, cover them with a foam pad, cover this with a fitted king mattress pad, then cover this with the fitted bottom sheet. The arrangement gives us the flexibility of providing two twin beds for our guests who prefer this. For guests who prefer a king mattress only, then both Ella's Suite and Cedar Creek are available.
4.8 on July 25, 2012
Room was small, but everything else—food, service, ambiance—was wonderful. I was worried that Twilight fans would be running around everywhere, but our stay was peaceful and pleasant.
4.8 on July 24, 2012
We had a lot of fun. They were very accommodating. I would highly recommend staying at the miller tree inn!
5 on July 23, 2012
Had a great stay at Miller Tree Inn. Bill and Susan are wonderful hosts, the breakfasts are hearty and the other guests were interesting and fun. Our room was large, very homey with a most comfortable bed. This is an excellent place to stay to visit the wonders of the Peninsula. My husband and I will be back.
4.2 on July 23, 2012
I stayed with my husband and two teenage daughters at Miller Tree Inn in the Ella Suite. The place is very well well kept in a traditional style. It is very clean and the hosts Sue and Bill and their assistant Cheryl do their utmost to make your stay as comfortable and as pleasant as possible providing tips, helping out with travel plans even contacting service providers if you ask. The breakfast is always different and very generous. Guests can help themselves to tea and coffee and cookies, fruit and other nibbles at all times. Very friendly atmosphere without being intrusive. Units are very private. Very central to tour the Olympic Peninsula.
4.6 on July 23, 2012
Great owners who make you feel very welcome! We stayed in the Orchard Suite, and it was like having our own apartment. Very comfortable bed!
4.2 on July 17, 2012
We had a great time. It was our 40th wedding anniversary and the host helped make our stay memorable. We were just minutes away from the Hoh Rain Forest as well as the beach. We will be back.
4.6 on July 16, 2012
Summer of 2012 I took a road trip with my parents. We all found the inn to be clean as a whistle, comfortable, every detail was covered. The only challenge we faced were the stairs- my folks are in their 70's and it got to be a bit of a chore for them. Otherwise it was amazing. I would stay there again in a heart beat and heartily recommend it to all.
4.6 on July 13, 2012
My grand-daughter and I climaxed our West Coast Adventure with a visit to Forks for a Twilight Experience. We found The Miller Tree Inn pleasing and very comfortable. AND... the gingerbread pancakes were deeeeelicious!
4.8 on July 11, 2012
Bill and Susan were amazing. You could tell that they love what they do! My friends and I have decided we are now spoiled for all other hotels.
5 on July 08, 2012
The Miller Tree Inn has always been good to us. We've stayed multiple times and everything has been top notch. The rooms are each individually decorated and distinct in their own right, the food excellent, and the hospitality wonderful. If you're out on the Peninsula and looking for a good place to stay, this is it.
4.6 on July 06, 2012
Much nicer than expected. There were 20 people there but the rooms were so well done we didn't know anyone else was there until breakfast. The food was delicious
5 on July 05, 2012
Wonderful - 4 Star Susan and Bill Brager were the nicest people, they attend to their guests every need, and breakfast was delicious. Our room was cozy w/ fireplace, TV, Jet bathtub, blowdryer, plus bathroom essentials. This is by far better than a hotel or motel, and we plan on going back. Christina--Las Vegas
4.4 on July 05, 2012
The Weathervane Room was a perfect place for a couple -- we felt like we were in a separate property (as long as stairs aren't a problem -- they weren't a problem for us). Breakfasts were delicious and filling. Bill and Susan were very welcoming and helpful. I would definitely recommend the Miller Tree Inn.
5 on June 24, 2012
This was a relaxing, clean and an amazing B&B. All the little details were thought of. The hospitality by the owners were exceptional. My room was extremely clean and comfortable. I recommend this to anyone. Only 1 suggestion, add instructions on how to work the TV in the room. Too many remotes to figure out. That honestly was the only thing I wish I had. But it was a perfect stay!!
5 on June 23, 2012
I stayed at the Miller Tree and was astounded. This was my first bed-and-breakfast experience and was unsure what to expect. The staff was excellent and the food was even better. After talking to locals they also say the food is the best in town. I orange glazed croissant sandwich made my whole day! Would recommend to anyone.
5 on June 22, 2012
Miller Tree is the perfect retreat for folks exploring the northwest side of the Olympic National Park. It was a wonderful experience from the moment we arrived to check out. Although not fancy, it was super clean and furnishings very comfortable. Would highly recommend the Miller Tree as an alternative to the standard hotel/motel stay.
4.2 on June 20, 2012
Very clean and nice house. Breakfast was excellent, thanks.
5 on June 20, 2012
We've been coming here for 15+ years and have never been disappointed; wonderful accomdations, friendly staff and tasty breakfast. Well worth the trip even if you don't plan to visit the beaches or forests.
4.0 on June 17, 2012
My mother and I visited Forks for a "Twilight" experience. The Miller Tree Inn was a fabulous place. The room was so comfortable with great features. Breakfast was out of this world and the hospitality from check in to check out was A+. We will definitely return on our visit back to Forks!!!! Thanks for making us feel right at home!
4.6 on June 14, 2012
The owners of the Miller Tree Inn are FANtastic!! They have embraced the Twilight phenomena and made thousands of Twilight fans dreams come true. I love the way they have all rooms with a subtle twilight feel. We stayed in the Orchard Suite. You could rename the room to which ever Twilight character you wanted. The suite was spacious and nicely appointed. The common areas were clean and loved all the twilight references. Dr. Cullen's office was the best feature. With its antique medical collection to the memo pad that you can leave Dr. Cullen a message on was a great touch. Bill & Susan were lovely hosts & went above & beyond to make our stay the greatest!!! I hope to visit Forks again and stay at The Miller Tree Inn aka Cullen House again!! I would recommend this B&B to all planning to go to Forks for either The Twilight experience or just to visit the awesome Olympic National Forest area.
3.6 on June 13, 2012
This was the first bed and breakfast that I have stayed at. From now on, I will be looking in to bed and breakfast for my furture travels.
5 on June 11, 2012
Bill is an amazing host. He welcomed us like family. We had fun staying there and have plans of coming back again with more friends. The breakfast was yummy.
4.6 on June 07, 2012
Wonderful mixture of quaint atmosphere with spacious rooms. Bill and Susan were wonderful and friendly, incredibly helpful - wonderful hosts! Our stay couldn't have been more enjoyable!
4.6 on June 05, 2012
The 'Twilight' Fad not withstanding, this is an excellent place to stay in its' own right. The Hosts are friendly and happy to converse on a number of topics regarding local history and interests. We stayed in the smaller of the rooms which we found to be very comfortable and well appointed, exceeding our needs. Slept very soundly, not even hearing the arrival of other guests and noises from an historic house. Breakfast was tasty and satisfying with a comfortable dining area with multiple tables, enabling you to converse with other guests or to keep to yourself as your mood requires. Highly Recommend. We plan to return.
5 on June 01, 2012
Trato agradable de las personas que lo atienden. Muy limpio y un emtorno muy tranquilo. Buen desayuno.
4.2 on May 24, 2012
A lovely two night stay. Innkeepers were very engaging and helpful. Delicious breakfast and easy access to some of the most beautiful wilderness anywhere.
5 on May 23, 2012
Bill and Susan were amazing! The food was great every morning especially with us girls usually not being breakfast people. They made sure to make our stay unforgettable and we can't wait to go back!
5 on May 22, 2012
I stayed at the Miller Tree Inn for 12 days. This B&B is an excellent home-away-from-home - I don't think I've ever stayed in a better or more comfortable B&B. The inn itself is beautiful and the rooms are comfortable, clean and very homey. Bill, Susan and the other staff are so friendly and helpful in their recommendations on what to do and see in and around Forks. The breakfasts are one-of-a-kind. If you're a Twilight fan, you can't ask for a better place to stay than the 'Cullen house' because Bill and Susan really do 'speak' Twilight! Or if you're just visiting Forks, you cannot ask for a better place to stay than the Miller Tree Inn.
4.4 on May 21, 2012
We stopped in Forks on a whim and were GLAD WE DID. This B&B is professional, the rooms were extraordinary and very clean. Breakfast was Eggs Benedict! Lots of snacks, great beaches, cute town, elk, shopping. Even if you are not into Twilight this B&B is a must if you are in this area.
5 on May 19, 2012
The Miller Tree Inn was awesome as they made my wife's birthday special. Just 20 minutes from La Push also. We will stay here again sometime and enjoyed the Cullen House experience also. Thank you guys!
5 on May 16, 2012
I loved everything about my stay at the Miller Tree Inn. I am a huge twilight fan so to stay in the Cullen house as depicted by Stepenie Meyer in her book's was the most surreal moment in my life. The ppl who run th B and B are the best they went above and beyond the call of duty and played along in my twilight fantasy. Loved the town, loved everything about it. I will be back.
5 on May 16, 2012
Bill and Susan are very helpful in every way it was like a home away from home very quiet very comfortable and the breakfast you will have to have yourself when I return to forks I will stay here again
4.8 on May 14, 2012
This is a beautiful place to stay in Forks. The Innkeepers are very friendly and welcoming and the atmosphere is just what we were looking for. My daughter and I can't wait to stay here again!!
5 on May 09, 2012
Arriving we were greeted with smiles and lots of information! Throughout the night, we would find laughter and stories while hanging in the kitchen. Breakfast was delicious and the rooms were beautiful and well stocked with anything you'd need on your trip!
4.4 on May 09, 2012
No doubt it is the best place to stay in Forks. Bill and Susanne are very friendly. Rooms are very clean, You get everything in the rooms from cool drinks to satellite tv. Overall, awesome experience I would like to visit this place again :)
4.4 on May 04, 2012
This is a charming, friendly place for those stopping in Forks for a night or two. It makes a great base for exploring the Hoh rain forest and other picturesque parts of the western Olympic peninsula. The breakfasts (included in your stay) are great as well!
4.6 on May 03, 2012
Apparently it's quite popular with the Twilight fans but that wasn't why we went and it wasn't obnoxious as we had seen other places. The hosts were each very nice, very hospitable and an excellent cook. The home was an older large farm style in great shape. Our room was nice and our bed was super comfortable. We ended up staying two nights. When we returned from the Hoh's Hall of Mosses our room had been cleaned for us. I appreciated the clean and packaged cutting board and knife as well as the mini-refrigerator in the room. It even had pops and juice in it for us. I would have appreciated bottled water. While our room wasn't quite my style they have a couple of other rooms that have been updated very nicely. Next time we need a place to stay while in the area it will surely be here. There is nothing in the area that even comes close. Book it!
4.4 on April 28, 2012
Lovely place! Very comfortable, clean, and sweet inn keepers.
4.6 on April 11, 2012
I stayed here for two night to unwind from life. Bill & Susan couldn't have been nicer and my room was wonderful. Not only is there plenty to do to keep yourself busy all day but you can also just relax with the Cullens if you want. A king size bed, jetted tub and fire place made it difficult to leave my room but breakfast every morning made it more than worth it. This is the place I'll stay next time I'm in town!
5 on April 11, 2012
My husband and I had never stayed at a B&B before and we really were not sure what to expect. I don't think we could have picked a better place for our first B&B experience! The room was wonderful, we had everything we could possibly need, the breakfast was delicious and the people were so kind and helpful!
4.4 on March 26, 2012
I thoroughly enjoyed my stay and found the service, rooms, value, cleanliness either exceeding my expectations or outstanding.
4.6 on March 14, 2012
Couldn't have asked for a better experience! Thank you again!
4.4 on March 11, 2012
So extremely quiet! Plus had a wonderful breakfast! Would definitely stay again!
4.2 on February 26, 2012
My husband and I stayed in the elk view room for the weekend and we loved it. The room was great as well as the inn keepers and the food. We can't wait to go back
3.8 on February 15, 2012
The innkeepers are wonderful! They are so friendly and helpful and made it a very enjoyable stay. Comfortable bed and delicious breakfast!
5 on February 03, 2012
We LOVE this place!! This was our second visit and I can't wait for this summer when we will be going back!! The rooms are amazing, the service is amazing and the breakfast is AMAZING!!! Can't ask for a better place to stay!!
5 on January 18, 2012
Bill and Susan have thought of everything! They provided the usual amenities, as well as other items to make our stay extra special. I can't imagine staying anywhere else if visiting Forks, WA.
5 on December 11, 2011
I brought a dog--no problem. The room was beyond my expectations--a fireplace in the bedroom, complimentary beverages in the fridge, wonderful soft king bed, soap, shampoo, makeup towels--felt like home. The proprietors were gracious and accomodating. The board at the door telling you where the Cullens' were was a nice touch. A must for Twilighters!!
4.0 on November 27, 2011
Clearly there here is the spot for Twilight fans. We were just doing a tour of the Olympic Loop. Fortunately we had reservations. It was nice and quiet, but full of Twilight fans and families. The owners were away, so we met the couple who "housesit" for bed and breakfasts. That was interesting.
5 on November 26, 2011
My wife is a big Twilight fan and she had the time of her life. We were only in town one night but we were treated like any other guest. The staff is very helpful and nice and the house itself is beautiful. This was he first B&B experience for my wife and myself and it was a blast.
5 on November 26, 2011
It was my best 36 hours from the time spent in US, nice people, kind and warm house, this is what I was dreaming from.Thank you!!!
4.6 on November 23, 2011
Bill and Susan were wonderful hosts. The inn was clean and had a comfortable "welcome home" vibe. Would definately stay again.
4.6 on November 10, 2011
My friend and I stayed in the Cedar Creek Room for two nights over Halloween 2011. The welcome we had was friendly and the room was lovely. As two guests from the UK, we really felt like we were part of their home. Our room was private and was huge for the two of us. The views from outside our window were absolutely breathtaking and worth every penny of our stay. Bill, Susan and Cheryl were extremely welcoming, polite and professional. We particually enjoyed our heartly American breakfasts (esp our Halloween pancakes)!! Yum! Hot and cold drinks, ice and snacks like cookies etc are available throughout the day and night. A lovely touch! My friend and I stayed in Forks and La Push for 7 nights at various accomadtions. The Miller Tree Inn, was a perfect way to end our trip to Twilight Country! If you are Twilight fan, stay here as it is magical. If your not a Twilight fan, stay here and your stay will be just as magical but for different reasons. We really hope we can return one day! Ruth Cooper Wordsley, West Midlands, England
5 on November 08, 2011
We stayed one night a couple weeks ago, and were very happy with the Miller Tree Inn. The innkeeper was very helpful with nearby attractions and restaurants, and the views from the room to the surroundings were wonderful. We even received a complimentary room upgrade, and were delighted to find all the Twilight movies and books in every guest room!
3.8 on November 07, 2011
We stayed in the Elk View Room, it was amazing! So spacious. The sheets were also the softest I've ever slept in :) The inn was very quaint and the hosts welcoming. Loved staying at The Cullen House!!
5 on November 06, 2011
The Miller Tree Inn was lovely with clever decor for "Twilight" movie fans -- Great location in Forks, WA.
5 on November 05, 2011
We LOVED this place! Rooms were so comfy and service was excellent. We came for Twilight and there was plenty of that here, much to our happy satisfaction (!)...but we would all come again even if thee was no Twilight. I would never stay anywhere else in the whole state of Washington!
4.4 on November 03, 2011
This was a great place for a little Twilight getaway! They had all of the movies in the room for you to watch, and the owners had extra insight and tips that we hadn't read online. Very warm, fun people who made you feel right at home!
3.6 on November 02, 2011
We really enjoyed our stay and plan to return in just over a year - lovely home, lovely owners, it was a wonderful place to relax after days of hiking and touring the area. Cozy atmosphere - I will avoid hotels as much as possible for all future travel - this place has me sold on bed and breakfasts! We loved it!
5 on October 30, 2011
My husband & I and our two daughters really enjoyed our two night stay at the Miller Tree Inn in Forks, WA in October 2011. Bill & Susan are very nice and helpful in answering local area questions, and they prepared a delicious breakfast each morning. The Twilight theme of the inn was wonderful for us since it was our main reason for visiting Forks, but anyone would enjoy staying here that wants a unique experience rather than a regular hotel stay. The beds were comfortable, and our room was very spacious for the four of us. We would love to stay here again if we visit Forks in the future and would highly recommend it to others.
2.8 on October 26, 2011
Dated and worn, and had a hair in my fruit at breakfast. They are accomodating and responsive. I would recommend staying there if you are in Forks and like B&B's, but certainly just an average B&B which is dated, and worn without much character.
4.8 on October 24, 2011
Our hosts were fabulous. The house and rooms were charming. I would highly recommend it to anyone.
4.2 on October 22, 2011
Felt right at home and very comfortable. The Elk room was actually 2 very useable rooms, with a spa in the corner of the bedroom area. Owners were extremely friendly and welcoming. Fantastic to have washing facilities that we could use. Lovely environment and setting, with plenty of natural attractions in the area. A very simple little logging town where we got great food from the local establishments, at really good prices.
5 on October 18, 2011
Room was wonderful and clean! Hosts were delightful and guest service was at the top of their list. And then their is the food......SUPERB! Definantly will come back again. Thanks, David Frazier
5 on October 16, 2011
We spent three days at miller tree inn. Susan & Bill were great they made pancakes just for me. They were just as good as everyone said they would be. If you are a twlight fan this is the place for you. I give it 4 stars. Everyone was great even the cat. Nancy & Carroll from La.
4.6 on October 13, 2011
The hosts, the house, the food, all were amazing. The orange crossaint french toast for breakfast was wonderful. I would definately stay here and recommend others to stay here. We stayed in the newest room (Ella's) and the bed was huge, tall and so comfortable. The view was nice and we had our own outdoor enterance with parking right outside the door. It was a great stay.
3.2 on October 12, 2011
It was great food and a beautiful location. The innkeepers were very sweet. I wasn't a big fan of all the Twilight stuff but considering the town, I understood it.
4.4 on October 12, 2011
My daughter and I had a wonderful overnight stay. The innkeepers were especially kind and the room was large, very clean and exceeded our expectations. The breakfast was very tasty, this is a talented cook! We enjoyed the in room movies and overall theme for 'The Cullen House'. I would recommend this establishment to anybody looking to spend time in Forks, Washington.
5 on October 12, 2011
The owners are so welcoming and can also answer all your questions about the area. They do a great job of being part of the 'Twilight' experience, as the Cullen House. The rooms are very clean, comfortable and very well appointed with lots of extra details. I look forward to going back to stay with them and I would recommend the inn to anyone, particularly Twilight fans. Plus, the breakfasts are delicious!
5 on October 12, 2011
Had a lovely time! The host and hostess were amazing, kind, caring and knowledgable. Thank you! Chassity Smith
5 on October 11, 2011
The inn keepers Bill, Susan, and Cheryl were very warm and the place is wonderful, very charming, whether or not you are a twilight fan. Bill especially goes out of his way to make you feel welcome. The breakfast each morning was wonderful! Would recommend it to anyone in need of a getaway!
5 on October 10, 2011
I recently stayed at the "Cullen House". I have to say for any twilight fan this is a must. The house is quiet and the staff is wonderful. The staff would visit with us in the morning and tell funny stories about things that happened in the area. The staff was very friendly and helped me to find everything I wanted to do. I would defiantly stay there again.
5 on October 06, 2011
The innkeepers are the sweetest. Esme can go hunt with her family w/out any worries. Super clean. Breakfast was very simple but delicious. Room very confy...and if you are a Twilight fan it's a plus to have a blast during your stay. I would totally stay there again!!!
3.0 on October 05, 2011
We stayed at two B & Bs in the area. This one was more expensive and much less professional. We never received confirmation of our reservation. I had to call to confirm. No reminders of our up-coming stay. The credit card was charged when the reservation was made - not when we stayed there 6 weeks later. Nor were we warned of a planned power outage for Forks which was incovenient because we needed the power for a CPAP machine. Batteries could have been brought if we'd been warned. The room was spacious, clean and quiet. The mattress had body indentations. Get a sleep number bed! There was a TV in the room. The "common area" was tiny and not very inviting. I guess I had a brain fart because I could swear that the "Cullens" lived out of town in the forest in a very modern house with lots of glass. This B&B is an old farm house that presumes to be the "Cullen"s" home. Not quite. Nor do all the guests give a rip about Twilight. The gingerbread pancakes were delicious but the rest of the breakfast was ordinary - packaged cereal, etc. Some will enjoy this place but I'm going to pass it by.
3.6 on October 01, 2011
The Inn was clean and homely, breakfast was perfect and varied, the Innkeepers welcoming. Our room was small with a separate bath, but exactly what we needed...and it has several features for Twilight fans!
4.8 on September 30, 2011
The Miller Tree Inn is a great bed and breakfast the owners are amazing and super friendly. The food is amazingly delicious. The owners are very knowledgable about the areas and things to do and see there. Overall an outstanding experience. I would defintely stay there again when I'm in the area
5 on September 26, 2011
This B&B really enhanced our Forks/Twilight experience! Perfect place to stay.
4.8 on September 23, 2011
We stayed 3 nights with Bill & Susan - gracious hosts. Their home is warm and inviting. Susan is a wonderful cook - breakfast was delicious. The common areas are relaxing and welcoming. My daughter celebrated her 21st birthday in Forks for the Twlight experience and received exactly what she wanted. We highly recommend the long drive to the Miller Tree Inn. Tully was a true delight and very accomodating to being treated special by someone missing their own precious kitten. Bill was kind in sharing his knowledge of both Forks and Twlight trivia - very interesting. We were treated like family and was sad when we had to leave.
2.8 on September 23, 2011
I suppose I have been spoiled by the West Hill House B&B in Warren, VT. We had a truly amazing experience there, and I had expected the same for this small B&B in Forks, WA. It was pricey even though we reserved the smallest room. We are not fans of Twilight, which is a big thing for the inn since they were appointed a key stop for local chamber of commerce Twilight tours. Twilight books and movies are in the rooms, as well as "Which character do you think this room belongs to?" cards to hang on the door. Innkeepers also offered letters from the "Cullen" family at breakfast, which fans seemed to enjoy. But generally, it just didn't have the same amenities as the West Hill House that I was expecting. West Hill House had a keurig machine and lots of good quality tea available at all times along with fresh homemade cookies -- this place had a couple of cheap teabags, artificial powdered cider and cereal. We had to use the side door since the front door is nearly always locked. I had to throw myself against it because it was extremely difficult to open; this strikes me as dangerous if there is a fire. The AC was inserted into the window and there were large gaps all around it so we were able to hear, with crystal clear clarity, anyone who was outside. We assumed they were also able to hear us so we spent the entire time whispering. Later at night we tried to run the AC but it was so unbelievably noisy we had to turn it off for fear of waking other guests. The bathroom and room were nice and clean, but one of the robes provided had what appeared to be a makeup stain on the sleeve. Breakfast was good (twilight themed poached eggs and plenty of fresh fruit, which I greatly appreciated) and service was very thoughtful and courteous. I hate to give them a bad review because the innkeepers were nice, but it just did not come close to the West Hill House.
We always appreciate the time that our guests take to evaluate their stay with us. The reviews help us to find ways to improve. Regarding what we consider the most important suggestion, our side door has since been repaired so that it now opens and closes easily. Our resident handyman (me) was a little slow in getting to this task during our busy summer season. In 2010, we started installing A/C units in our windows for the summer months only. Although we seldom need them, they contribute greatly to our guests' sleeping comfort during the few hot days that arrive in Forks. The units do make noise, but Susan and I sleep better with ours running at night during the summer. We provide snacks and drinks for our guests to enjoy throughout the day and night, including coffee, 15 varieties of Stash tea, packaged cocoa (regular and sugar-free), packaged spiced cider (regular and sugar-free), "Pirates Booty", popcorn and endless cookies (although sometimes its a challenge to keep up with consumption). In addition, each guest room has a small refrigerator, stocked with complimentary sodas (pop), apple juice and "V-8". Once again, we do appreciate all feedback from our current and previous guests. It helps us to enhance the experience of those staying with us in the future.
4.6 on September 22, 2011
I went to Forks, Washington with my two teenage daughters who had never been to a bed and breakfast before. I thought they would much rather be in a hotel, but that was not an option in this small Northwestern town. Now they want to know why we don't always stay in a bed and breakfast as they enjoyed the experience so much. That is because of the owners, Bill and Susan, who have a beautiful home and are so warm and welcoming and who serve a beautifully delicious breakfast. The beds were very comfortable and it was quiet, clean, and had beautiful grounds and views of the mountains. I would definitely go back anytime I find myself in that area.
5 on September 21, 2011
Savana and I wish to extend our sincere apologies to Bill and Susan (and the Cullens) for our delay in completing this review, as it has been about four months since our visit and we have been remiss. That being said, we can only say that if you are planning a trip to Forks for a wonderful Twilight experience, this is the place to stay! Start your trip here, and end it here; you would do yourself a disservice if you don't. The Cullens have openly invited you into their home, and their presence truly is felt. Emmett, Edward, Esme, Carlisle, Rosalie, Jasper and Alice - our heartfelt thanks for exquisitely delicious breakfasts (the breakfast offering is not only different every day, but it will leave you wanting more); immaculately clean and wonderfully furnished rooms (the Murphy bed was a big hit for the birthday girl); entertaining and knowledgeable company and "tour guide" services (Bill is fantastic with lighthouses); and the best Sweet 16 experience ever! We are sure to come back to see you again, and we are certain that Emmett would enjoy seeing the little red-head again! Thank you, Bill and Susan, and thank you too, Cullen family! A great trip became a fantastic, once-in-a-lifetime treat because of you. Sincerely, Savana (the Sweet 16-er) and Richard (the open-minded father) Aurora, Colorado
Thank you so much for all of the kind words. It is greatly appreciated. We are very happy when our guests have a great time, whether they are here for Twilight or for the attractions of Olympic National Park.
4.0 on September 18, 2011
We had the third floor room, so some trudging with luggage. The room was quiet, private, and more than adequate for our needs. Bill is a very pleasant host and we very much enjoyed talking with him about the Twilight series, about which we knew nothing before stopping in Forks. (If you stay in the third floor room, be sure to ask Bill to show you the storage room.) I definitely recommend the Miller Tree Inn for visitors to the area.
3.8 on September 17, 2011
The hosts were patient in explaining the Twilight stuff. Great recommendation was the River's Edge restaurant in La Push, WA, and the Native to Twilight Store in Forks.
4.0 on September 14, 2011
My friend and I met up for a girls weekend and stayed in the sunset room. The room was as described and fit our needs well. I would say that it isn't sized to be a room that you spend your day in, but on vacation I don't do that. The two beds were very comfortable and for someone with a bad back that is not something that I say easily. There is plenty of common space to use if you want to relax, including the dining area where there is always hot coffee, tea and snacks at the ready. Our room had a bathroom that was separated into a jetted tub and another room with a toilet and sink. Because I was traveling with a friend this worked out well for us to both get ready at the same time. There is no closet but there is a space to hang clothes in the bathroom. Bill and Sue really were great guests and I am already planning my return next year as a family getaway. They gave us suggestions on local attractions and called the local gym to find out information for me. They are easy to make dietary accomodations. For the Twilight fans there were books and DVD's in the room and we woke up with letters from the Cullen's as a great touch. I also loved the office :) If you have cat allergies they do have a cat, but he was inside and outside and very friendly. My friend has an allergy and didn't have any problems.
4.4 on September 14, 2011
I had a great time.The owners are great.There is alwas snacks and coffee and drinks all day.Of course I love the twilight touches.Even if you are not a twilight fan you will love staying here.The porch swing is another great feature
3.0 on September 07, 2011
The Cedar Creek Room has wonderful views of the surrounding property and plenty of space to stretch out. However the bathroom was so cramped and the shower door wouldn't close properly and I kept banging my elbows washing my hair in the stand up shower thats smaller than a phonebooth. I couldn't bend over to wash my feet. That was a real turnoff to our B&B experience here. Also it took over an hour to figure out how to run the TV/DVD player combo. No instructions were included anywhere... I let the B&B know my opinion of all these issues while we were there, they had a feedback form in the welcome guidebook in the room. I loved reading the journals of other peoples experiences here and in Forks.
3.6 on September 06, 2011
If you're not one to stay at the 2 motel options in Forks, you need to look at the B&Bs - and Miller Tree Inn was convinient, cozy, and accomodating for us. Cheryl the innkeeper was gracious and helpful with directions, suggestions and cooked a delicious breakfast in the morning.
4.8 on September 02, 2011
I went the the Miller Tree Inn for my honeymoon. The innkeepers were amazing and very inviting. I would tell everyone going to Forks they should definitely stay here.
3.6 on August 29, 2011
A charming and quiet location, the house was full of character and obviously geared towards entertaining "Twilight" fans. Friendly welcome, plenty of common space, drinks & cookies available at all times. A nice place to stay to be close to the beaches and Hoh rain forest.
3.8 on August 20, 2011
Crackle, Crunch, the very sounds chattering from my mouth just seconds after our arrival to the Miller Tree Inn. The taste of cookies, brownies, and other treat overwhelmed my taste buds. I was pleased with their overall welcoming warmth; for I am a sucker for delicious sweets. As for our overall experience; I would rate this an overall 3.5 out of 5. The rooms were awkwardly laid out and felt like a maze. Fun when you are in a state of inebriation but taxing when sober. The room was cozy, our major complaint was the air conditioner location. The air conditioner was placed inches above the head of the bed and turned out to be a bit loud and uncomfortable. The cleanliness was okay, clean sheets, dusted, etc, but oddly we felt itchy each evening when we went to sleep. Loud air conditioner inches above our heads plus itchy sheets plus a bit pricey equals BAD. Factor in wonderful service and outstanding dining and you get a pretty nice place. Overall recommended. Enjoy!
4.6 on August 16, 2011
Staying at the Miller Tree Inn (aka the Cullen House) was a dream come true for any Twilight fan. Not only is it fun to say you were able to stay in the Cullen House, it actually is a magnificent place to stay. We stayed in the Orchard Suite and enjoyed our night there immensely. The room was clean and comfortable and the staff was helpful and friendly. The best part of the experience was all the Twilight touches they added to the place, including Carlisle's office. It was the best thing I saw in all of Forks because they took descriptions right out of the book and created an exact replica. Also, if you stay, you might get to see all of the Cullen children's graduation caps and Edward's piano! Maybe even Edward himself, though he normally hangs on the third floor.
4.4 on August 14, 2011
Stayed at that gorgeous B&B for two nights in ELK VIEW ROOM - absolutely perfect in every way. Our son was very pleased in the adjacent living room (TV in both rooms!) and we could enjoy the available Twilight DVDs and books, gas-fireplace and jetted tub. To help oneself on coffee, tea, cocoa, hot apple cider - throughout the day was very convenient. The whole house is really cute and sits in a quiet, wonderful surroundings. (It also shows a replica of "graduation caps" and "Carlisle's Office" - the BEST of ALL!) But also without "twilight" this is a great Bed & Breakfast - we had a terrific time there!
4.6 on August 08, 2011
First of all I loved the town of Forks...what ana amazing location. Secondly the owners and staff were very accomidating and easy to get a hold of and communicate with. The room was very clean, well organized and very comfortable. We stayed in the cedar creek room that had a queen sized bed and a twin trundle. I loved that each room had a tv/dvd combo and all of the Twilight movies available to watch. My friends and I went on the twilight tour and then came back and watched the movies in the room. Our room also had a refridgerator with drinks in it that we were allowed to have. The Inn was booked solid, even a three month old was staying there and we heard no one at all until we went down to breakfast the next morning. The Inn even had a library/study set up in the Twilight theme as Carlisles office. My only complaint is that the bathroom was small but other than that it was a magical place that had an amazing breakfast. You must stay here if you are a twilight fan or if you want a relaxing oasis in Forks.
4.6 on August 05, 2011
My wife and I really enjoyed our visit. The owners really thought about every detail, such as a refrigerator in our room with free soda drinks inside. It is a neat old house with a lot of personality. We'll definitely stay there again if we are back in Forks again.
5 on August 05, 2011
My family of four loved our stay at the Miller Tree Inn. The owners are warm and welcoming people and the breakfast (baked apple french toast) was delicious. This was our kids first stay at a B&B and the fell in love with the atmosphere and the cat. We also loved the Monkey Puzzle tree which is the most unique tree we have ever seen! Great place. Highly recommended
5 on August 02, 2011
If I ever stay in Forks again...I will stay at the Cullen House aka Miller Tree Inn. The hosts are wonderful and I enjoyed every minute of our stay.
4.6 on July 30, 2011
As a Twilight fan I met many like-minded people at the Miller Tree Inn. The inn-keepers, Bill and Susan keep the fun going with the Twilight theme together with full sets of the books and DVDs in each room. In particular the breakfast (of Eggs Benedict) was magnificent and probably the best food I had in the US (and I ate at some up-market restaurants). I'm from Australia and was pleased to see an Australian flag flying from the house together with the flags of the other guests. I was travelling in the US and Canada for a couple of months and had quite a bit of luggage so I didn't particularly like having to get my bags up & down the stairs. Next time I'll travel lighter. I had so much fun in Forks thanks to the Miller Tree Inn and Tunny the cat. The decor in the bedrooms and living areas were magical. I felt like it was home. Already saving for the airfares to come back. Thanks, Carmel.
4.8 on July 30, 2011
My family and I had a wonderful time there was 3 of us and we stayed in the Elk view room and there was plenty of space for all of us and our luggage without feeling packed into our room. We felt very welcomed and the other guests very very friendly but you never felt that the inn was crowded. Sitting on the front porach and just listing to nature was very relaxing. Besides being right in the middle of "Twilight" mecca this little place has alot to offer anyone who comes. I would highly reccomend the Miller Tree Inn to anyone who is looking for a little rest and relaxation.
4.2 on July 28, 2011
Althought is always bizarre coming home and seeing a bed in my room along with the name "weathervane" on the door, I'm pleased the new owners are doing so well with their bed and breakfast. They are taking great care of my old place. Sincerely, Edward Cullen.
5 on July 28, 2011
The Miller Tree Inn was the best. This was a "Twilight" getaway for my daughter and I. The folks at the Miller Tree Inn are the best and breakfast was awesome. We had a beautiful room that was quiet and offered so much more than we expected. We will be headed back for another stay.
4.8 on July 26, 2011
My friend and I did a one night stay in the Weathervane room at Miller Tree Inn and regret not staying longer. Bill and Susan have done an excellent job of welcoming visitors from the country flags flying outside to the enthusiasm around the Twilight saga that drew us to Forks. It was more than we could ask for, thank you for a lovely stay. PS, the breakfast was awesome.
5 on July 25, 2011
What an amazing place. We felt so welcomed and at home. We wanted to stay forever! Bill is a wonderful host - we didn't get to talk to Susan much, but she is very sweet. The food is incredible - the room was amazing. I couldn't possibly say enough good things. I almost cried when we were leaving just because Bill & Susan were so warm and nice - I didn't want to leave them!
4.0 on July 25, 2011
Nice rooms, friendly hosts, great breakfast - love those apple french toast and apple syrup!
4.0 on July 23, 2011
We went for a weekend in Forks, LaPush and Port Angeles. This town doesn't have much but this place is the place to stay if you are going there. Bill and Susan are wonderful people and they really go out of their way to get you whatever you need. Food was great and so was the seperate room that we had to stay in. We will definately stay there again the next time we go to Forks and will recommend it to anyone.
4.0 on July 22, 2011
I selected Miller Tree Inn because of the Twilight theme for my daughter and her friend. I was very pleased with our stay. They staff was super friendly and helpfule. The breakfasts were fantastic. I would highly recommend Miller Tree Inn.
4.0 on July 22, 2011
Very friendly owners, nice room and good food, would recommend, thanks, Jeff and Rose
5 on July 20, 2011
My daughter and i had an awesome stay at the Miller Tree Inn! We are typically 5 star hotel people and this was BETTER!! Bill and Susan were awesome and the breakfast was wonderful. We felt very comfortable and at home right away. The common rooms were inviting and i enjoyed sitting at the picture window gazing at the mountains. The Miller Tree Inn is our favorite place to stay. Wish we had more time for the jacuzzi tub though, maybe next time!
4.2 on July 19, 2011
I spent 1 night at this B&B and it was delightful. The bedding was comfortable, the hosts were very friendly and breakfast in the morning was like eating at a 5 star restaurant! If you are a Twilight fan they go the extra mile in giving you a Twilight experience right down to seeing Carlise's office! Would highly recommend!
5 on July 16, 2011
This bed and breakfast is a nice change from the usual impersonal hotel experience. The owners, Bill and Susan, are very friendly. The room was cozy and the bed was very comfortable. There was no noise from the other guests (the place was full). At breakfast in the morning the owners and the guests were all friendly. The food was very good. Overall a pleasant stay.
3.4 on July 15, 2011
During our trip, we stayed at two other B&B's. The other two were more costly and consequently better. Miller Tree Inn was good for the money. I didn't like the fact that they disclosed that there is a cat that roams the inn after we made the reservation.
We try not to hide the fact that we have a cat at our inn, and are very sorry that our guest did not see the picture of the cat on our website or read about him in the inn policies before making the reservation with us. We also include this information in our confirmation letter, so guests have one more opportunity to let us know of any cat allergies or aversions. We definitely want them to know about our cat before they arrive, so there are no unpleasant surprises. We are very sorry that they were uncomfortable in any way, and wish that we had known during their stay. We would have done our best to keep the cat out of their way or found them other accommodations, if necessary.
5 on July 09, 2011
Bill and Susan are warm, gracious and welcoming. We felt at home immediately. They are helpful and will do anything to maximize your trip to the Olympic peninsula. Really great place!
5 on July 08, 2011
This was my second time staying at the Miller Tree Inn, and I was not dissappointed. Bill and Susan are always so friendly and helpful. The breakfast, Orange Croissant French Toast, was wonderful! I was traveling with my niece and nephew, who tend to shun "normal" breakfast food, and they were more than accomodating in helping us prepare some food we had brought for them. Also, as a Twilight fan, I love the Twilight touches all through the inn. I especially loved their addition of "Carlisle's Office". I would definitely reccommend this B&B to anyone looking for a place to stay in the Forks,WA area
4.6 on July 07, 2011
I took my 13 yr old daughter and her best friend and mother also joined us on a trip to Forks to see the Twilight sights. We had a great time and staying at the Miller Tree Inn was one of the highlights for the girls. Bill and Susan were exceptioal hosts! They even left a note on the front door from "The Cullens" that was specifically related to a current situation from our home state. What a wonderful personal touch! They also had available snacks for us all night. It was a WONDERFUL stay!
5 on July 07, 2011
Me and my daughter stayed here during our 'Twilight' trip to Forks from England. My daughter is a huge Twilight fan and wanted to stay in the place that was Stephenie Meyer's inspiration for The Cullen House in The Twilight Saga. We were made to feel at home from the off (The staff were awesome!) and loved all of the Twilight touches that are in abundance around the house. My daughter particularly liked 'Carlisles Office' which has many of the features mentioned in the books. We had a room at the front of the house which was fantastic and we were not disturbed at all by visiting Twilight fans. The food was great and snacks were available throughout the day. The views all around the house are breathtaking and we would highly recommend this B&B to anyone. We will definitely stay here again if we are lucky enough to go back to this wonderful part of the world.
5 on July 05, 2011
The inn is a true delight. Everything has been considered to make your stay memorable....right down to the boot warmers. The proximity to the beaches, rain forest and lake crescent is unbeatable. We will definitely be return visitors and encourage anyone considering a visit to the olympic pensisula to spend a few nights with Bill and Susan, their wonderful staff and Tunney.
5 on June 28, 2011
I stayed at the Miller Tree Inn for 4 days and had to switch rooms the 2nd night. They made that switch very simple and took care of everything for us. The breakfast in the mornings were fabulous. The beds were very comfortable I had a wonderful nights sleep. The innkeepers were great they made my stay their like I was at home which was very nice. I would recommend this place to anyone.
3.8 on June 27, 2011
From our first knock on the front door, to our last Good-bye... the Miller Tree Inn was incredible!! Attention to the smallest detail was obvious, in every area. Extreme friendly service from owner to the all levels of service. For Twilight fans, it's above and beyond, with fun, skiillfully and creatively making you a part of the Cullen Fanily and all their activites, personal life etc. The location is also superb - with Neah Bay, Cape Flattery, and Olympic National Forest within an hour away. We would definitely return.
5 on June 24, 2011
Even if you are not a Twilight fan, I am sure that staying at the Miller Tree Inn would be completely delightful. My room was lovely, the Bragers were helpful and knowledgeable about the area, and the breakfasts were amazing (I took photos of my breakfasts). If you are a Twilight fan, you will miss out if you don't stay at the Cullen House. Be sure to check out Carlisle's office!
5 on June 22, 2011
This place is a TREASURE. Of course, they play a wonderful integral part to the "Twilight" tour as the Cullen House and truthfully, the Cullens would have lived in such a place. Bill & Susan definitely do well as the innkeepers of their homestead. I fell in love with this entire place. Bill & Susan are quite hospitable as well as knowledgeable of the local sight seeing points of interest. I felt so at home in this place and immediately felt relaxed. I came for "Twilight", but I will return just to stay in this beautiful jewel in Forks, WA. This area is GORGEOUS and well worth the road trip. Thanks, Bill & Susan, for taking such good care of me and for allowing me to play the piano in the front room. See you next time!
5 on June 21, 2011
We had very quiet evening at the Miller Tree and then ate a great breakfast in the morning....thanks for a great stay! Oh and Twilight stuff was everywhere....
4.8 on June 20, 2011
Besides the fact that the hotel is part of the Twilight tour, pretending to be the "Cullen's house" described in the Stephenie Meyer's besteller, that is amazing and funny (you'll find many nice "Twilight surprises" in it), this B&B is a beautiful old house, with nice furnishings, cozy countryside style rooms, and a pleasant "early Ninety's Century" flare. My room at the third floor had a very big bathroom, and a nice view. It is definitely more a country house than a hotel, very clean, quiet and warm. The owners are nice and welcoming, and in the morning they serve a delicious homemade breakfast in the verandah with the view on the backyard garden. I stayed only one night, but it definitely worth a longer stay, as a perfect, quiet and welcoming base for visiting the beautiful Olympic Peninsula.
5 on June 18, 2011
Our two night stay in this comfortable turn of the century farm house was delightful. The Innkeepers are down to earth, fun folks who made us as comfortable as possible. While I'm not a Twilight aficionado I loved the way Miller Tree Inn and The Cullen house blended together to the delight of the many fans who were there. I appreciated the snacks and sodas available all day long and I loved the location. Forks made a great base to relax and explore the nearby beaches of LaPush as well as the rainforest and more waterfalls than I've ever seen.
4.0 on June 14, 2011
A very lovely place. booked three nights, had a wonderful time. the rooms are beautiful and of course there are many details related to twilight, but even a non twilighter will enjoy the stay for sure. Bill & Susan are just the best! Always very friendly and have a lot of tipps what to do in and around Forks. You might have to deal with some Fans on the doorstep, but thats some kind of fun also :-) We really enjoyed the daily changing breakfast menu. Delicious!
4.8 on June 06, 2011
This was the second bed and breakfast I have stayed in. The house was very nice and the rooms were large and clean. There were plenty of little touches that made my stay very enjoyable. Cheryl, the innkeeper was very friendly and helpful. They really make you feel at home there. Highly recommended!
4.8 on June 04, 2011
The Miller Tree Inn is amazing. Bill and Susan go above and beyond to make you feel at home. Susan is the best cook and we couldnt wait for the next day to find out what mouth watering breakfast was next. We stayed here in the beginning because of Twilight, but we keep coming back because they made us feel like family. When in Forks, stay at the Milller Tree Inn, you will not be disappointed.
4.8 on June 01, 2011
This is one of the best B&B's we've stayed in and we vist B&B's a lot. The rooms are nice, the staff is the best seen to date, the breakfasts alone are worth the stay--5 star in-house developed breakfast creations. If you're a "twi-hard" this is the only place to stay on the Washington's "west end"...these guys speak twilight and they have a lot of fun with it. For the quality of rooms, food and service the price is a pleasant surprise--a super value B&B! Highly recommended!
4.6 on May 29, 2011
Lovely stay; the house and location are quiet and hosts were great.
4.4 on May 26, 2011
I stayed at the Cullen House while enjoying my Twilight trip. Susan and Bill were very nice, yet non intrusive. Cheryl made delicious eggs bendict and gingerbread pancakes. I loved that there were little Twilight things around the house but not over the top. I can't wait to go back!!!
4.6 on May 26, 2011
First let me say that the innkeepers, Bill & Susan were welcoming, generous and provided us with area things to see . Susan is an excellent cook and made a very delicious breakfast for us each morning. We ate breakfast with the other guests and got to talk and laugh and it was great.Our room (Cedar Creek) had 3 large windows with a great view. When we pulled up we were very pleased to be greeted with Edward looking out the upstairs window. Nice touch. Even if you are not a Twilight fan like myself, this is an excellent place to stay. A great town to visit. I can't wait to visit again and I will definitely be staying at Miller Tree Inn (Cullen House) again.
4.2 on May 22, 2011
We really enjoyed every aspect of our stay at Miller Tree Inn. We would like to be there on a wonderful sunny day so we could enjoy the full amenities! Would recommend to anyone who would like a relaxing, calming and restful stay.
4.0 on May 22, 2011
The Miller Tree B&B was a great place to stay and I would recommend it to anyone traveling in that area. The innkeepers were very pleasant and I often felt they went the extra mile to make you feel comfortable. When I called to confirm our reservation, Susan asked if we were celebrating anything during our stay. I told her that this trip was a celebration of my Husband and I's one year anniversary. When we arrived, there was a card and bottle of sparkling cider in our room from Bill & Susan wishing us a Happy Anniversary. Aside from the great hospitality, the food was wonderful, as well as the general atmosphere. It was quiet, comfortable, and located in a beautiful natural area. I hope to make it back in the future.
4.4 on May 19, 2011
I first picked the Miller Inn because Miller is my maiden name and to me that usually means it has to be good and well it was beyond good it was truly amazing. The grounds were beautiful and the inside was homey which really made my daughter and I feel welcome. The "Inn Keepers" were very nice and breakfast was lovely. The 2nd draw for us was that this was the designated "Cullen" house from Twilight; now I am not a avid fan but I loved the books and it was really fun seeing the Twilight sights and enteracting with some of the town folk as if it was really the Forks "movie" world.. I would definately stay there again and you must see the LaPush beaches truly amazing. Thanks again for a wonderful stay it was good for my soul.
4.4 on May 18, 2011
What a wonderful place to stay. It was cozy and comfortable. The homemade breakfast was wonderful every morning! They were helpful and knowledgeable on things to do around the town. We traveled all the way from the east coast so they gave us lots of information on what we could do around the area. Our room was just as lovely as the people there. Thank you for a wonderful stay!
4.4 on May 10, 2011
We loved staying at the Miller Tree Inn. Innkeepers were welcoming, rooms comfortable and clean, breakfast tasty. We were offered all amenities before we could think to ask for them. I would definitely go back.
3.4 on May 09, 2011
very hospitable and accommodating owners. tasty breakfast. comfortable bed.
4.0 on May 06, 2011
We stayed 2 days at the Miller Tree Inn and had a fabulous time. The Inn was really lovely. A lot of thought was given to small details when decorating the Inn. Thats one of the things I really liked. Susan & Bill were great hosts.
5 on May 06, 2011
This is a lovely, welcoming home full of the comforts you expect at your grandma's house, with great food to boot.
4.8 on May 04, 2011
I have stayed at the Miller Tree Inn twice and I must say its the best Bed and Breakfast I have ever stayed at. I have never felt so at home and relaxed away from my house. Bill and Susan are so welcoming to everyone. Susan makes the BEST breakfasts ever!!! My favorite is the gingerbread hot cakes with lemon sauce!! sound good right?!?! I will definitely stay there again.
3.2 on April 28, 2011
I stayed at the Miller Tree Inn with my husband and two girl, 7 and 9. This was there first stay at a B&B. We had a great time and my youngest expressed that she felt very "safe" here. The innkeepers were very pleasant and personable. The decor and theme was a mix of country farm house (complete with bowling trophies, teddy bears and Easter bunny placemats) and, well, Twilight of course! The lifesize cardboard of Edward looking out the attic window was humorous as well as all of the other small touches of the vampire. The owners certainly did not go overboard with the Twilight theme, which I respect them for, after all, it's not going to last forever. I would recommend this B&B to a friend!
5 on April 26, 2011
Absolutely wonderful. Bill and Susan made it home. Thank you both so much, we will be back.
5 on April 26, 2011
Miller Tree Inn is the only place I stay when I travel to the west side of the Olympic Penninsula. Whether you're there for Twilight-themed fun, or for the hiking and fishing nearby, Miller Tree Inn is the place to stay. The owners, Bill and Susan are warm, friendly and welcoming, and the breakfast is always spot on. Rooms are clean, quanit and very much in keeping with the casual, low-key elegance of Forks and the Olympic Peninsula.
5 on April 25, 2011
LOVED this BnB! The innkeepers are the best part, but the room was soooo comfortable and breakfast was perfect. My daughter and I did the Twilight thing, but I would recommend staying here if you're in the area for any reason. They seem to be particularly accommodating to sportsmen visiting the area. Best BnB I've stayed at in years!
4.2 on April 18, 2011
A unplanned trip to Forks, only stayed for one day. But I have enjoyed everthing that provided by Miller Tree Inn. Looking forward to have a well plan visit at Forks and stay at Miller Tree Inn again.
4.2 on April 16, 2011
Even if you're not on a Twilight adventure, this b&b is so delightful and the owners are so friendly! Definitely recommended to anyone heading to the washington!
4.4 on April 10, 2011
Enjoyed my 2 night stay. Innkeepers went above and beyond to make me feel at 'home'. This was my second stay here and look forward to many more!
5 on April 10, 2011
I really felt right at home here. I didn't have any special requests, but I saw first hand how they accommodated those who did. They made sure all needs were met. I will definitely stay here the next time I'm in that area. Didn't want to leave!!
4.6 on April 06, 2011
This was our first time at a B&B. If all B&B's are like this what a great time my husband and I will be having. The staff went out their way to please us and all the other guest. I really felt like we had known each other forever, more like family. We had to leave very early one morning and we were still taking care with breakfast and goodies. This B&B is great and I will return. Regards, Sharan Loya
4.8 on April 04, 2011
This was our second trip to Forks and The Miller Tree Inn and we have loved each trip. We stayed in Ella's Suite and couldnt be more impressed with the place. Each time we go Bill and Susan are the perfect Hosts and we get to meet such great friends that are traveling the area as well. If you have the chance to see Forks make sure you stay at least a night in The Miller Tree Inn.
4.4 on April 03, 2011
My granddaughters and I were pleasantly surprised with the accommodations, effort put forth to make us feel "at home" and friendliness of the "Inn sitter". Would definitely stay at Miller Tree Inn on another trip to the area. Thank you!
Thank you for staying at the Miller Tree Inn. We have every confidence that we leave our guests in good hands with our innsitters and it is nice to have it verified. We will pass your kind words on to the staff.
3.2 on April 02, 2011
The beds weren't that comfortable :( but the rest of the room made us feel at home despite the minuscule bathroom. Breakfast was superb though!
We are very sorry that our guests were disappointed with the beds in their room. If possible, we would love to hear back from them to find out which room they stayed in. It would also be helpful for us if they thought they were too hard, too soft or had other issues. We take our guests' comfort VERY seriously, especially concerning a good night's sleep. Their input, as with all our guests, is much appreciated. Our email address is (info at MillerTreeInn.com)
4.6 on April 01, 2011
Miller Tree Inn is a wonderful place to stay. Room was very nice and very comfortable. Much better than staying at a hotel.
3.2 on March 31, 2011
The rooms and service were great! but i have to say that the breakfast was definitely lacking... it was just "OK", nothing to brag about...
We are happy to hear that this guest thought our rooms and service were great, but are disappointed that our breakfast did not rate higher. We have a variety of several entrees that we rotate through taking into consideration guests dietary restrictions as well as their likes and dislikes. In addition to the ever changing cooked entree, we provide a selection of cold cereals, yogurt, fresh cut fruit, pastries from the local bakery, a choice of juices, tea, coffee, cocoa and hot cider. We also keep soy milk and gluten free breads on hand just in case the cooked entree does not meet a particular guest's needs. Though we do not consider our breakfast gourmet, we do try to make it hearty and substantial.
5 on March 26, 2011
I recently stayed at the Miller Tree Inn while showing my family around Forks and LaPush. My mother-in-law and sister-in-law had never been to Washington State and both wanted to visit the area while on their trip. We were all so happy with our stay! The room was cozy and cute. The breakfast was amazing! The innkeepers were also very attentive and knowledgeable. I have already booked the same room again for a trip in June. This is the best place to stay in Forks as far as I am concerned. The other places I stayed on the three previous trips were not near as nice. I highly recommend it.
5 on March 25, 2011
We recently returned from Forks, Washington where the soul purpose of our trip revolved around "Twilight." We were not disappointed. And spending the night at the Miller Tree Inn was not just a place to stay, it added to our "Twilight" experience. Bill and Susan are incredible innkeepers and very much versed in "Twilight." When ever we had questions about the area, Bill always answered in Twilight form. For instance, we had a little trouble locating Dr. Cullen's parking spot at the hospital. Rather than just giving us the driving location, Bill responded with a cute story something like "the other surgeons were getting a little upset with the special treatment of Dr. Cullen's so they had to move his parking spot to a different location. However, it still works well for Dr. Cullen since he can move very quickly." When we asked about driving down to La Push, he gave us some information then added "don't let them know you're staying with us once you pass the treaty line or they might get upset." And I can't forget to mention the breakfast. I need to find a recipe for "Bella's Baked Apple French Toast." What an awesome breakfast. You will not be disappointed. An incredible bed & breakfast!!
5 on March 24, 2011
This was the best stay I have ever had. It was beyound what I thought it would be.. I would recommend this to everyone I know, and do plan on returning this summer.
5 on March 23, 2011
First time ever at a B & B. Bill and Susan are fabulous hosts, Tunney rules the house and is a treat to meet and hold, rooms and baths are meticulously clean and comfortable, met a couple of other girls from Jacksonville and we all watched Twilight (again) in the spacious living room after dinner. I would go back to the Miller Tree Inn in a nanosecond!!
5 on March 12, 2011
It´s a little big hotel , in second becomes in your home , due to the big little personal details of thier owners . I recomend to all the people . Carlos Spain
4.4 on February 16, 2011
My wife loves the Twlight series and we had a wonderful time not only enjoying the town and the "theme" but also the great hospitality at the Miller Tree Inn. The rooms were large and welcoming. The breakfast was fantastic and every bit homecooked. I would recommend this to any friend.
5 on February 02, 2011
Best weekend getaway ever! My friend and I went to Forks to visit all the Twilight. Bill and Susan were super nice and make you feel like family. The Cullen House was just like how Stephenie Meyer describes. Bill and Susan love there Inn and are doing an amazing job while Carisle and Esme are away. I miss Susan's amazing hot breakfasts every morning. Can't wait for another trip and we will deff. be staying at the Miller Tree Inn again!
5 on January 31, 2011
The owners of this home are a husband and wife (Bill and Susan) that love to meet their guests and they really want you to enjoy yourself. You will feel right at home at the Miller Tree Inn. I've stayed their twice (so far) and both times I've loved it! You will not be disappointed! Each room has a journal where you can write about your experience at the Miller Tree Inn and it is really fun to see the guests that have enjoyed their stay.
4.2 on January 28, 2011
I had a wonderful stay at the Miller Tree Inn. The room was clean and comfortable, and the food was delicious. Thank you!
5 on January 17, 2011
I have been staying at the Miller Tree while on fishing trips since I was a kid and it's been a great experience every year. Breakfast is always unbeatable. Thanks Bill and Susan!
4.6 on January 17, 2011
This was our first time at a Bed and Breakfast. Bill and Susan are wonderful people, very warm and friendly. The Cullen House was everything I thought it would be. They have a lovely B&B. Breakfasts were awesome. I had to have the recipes,from the two days we spent there, would love to go back again and try more of Susan's delicious recipes. The house itself is well kept and immaculate. You can tell Bill and Susan love there INN.
3.6 on January 16, 2011
The innkeepers were very hospitable and knowledgable. We stayed in the Elk View room and took pictures right out of our bedroom window that are frame worthy! Absolutely beautiful scenary and very relaxing. We really enjoyed our time at the Miller Tree Inn in Forks.
5 on December 26, 2010
Best accommodation ever! so cute, cosy and friendly :) Bill, Susan and Cheryl are so welcoming and friendly from beginning to end. The inn is very comfortable to stay in and everything is provided for. Miller Tree Inn is definitely the place to stay and next time we are in Forks, we wont even have to think about where to stay.
5 on December 26, 2010
This has been my third time staying at the Miller Tree Inn. Of course, it is because I am a huge Twilight fan, but it is also the best B&B Inn I have ever stayed at. For this visit we stayed in the new Ella Suit and it was perfect. The friendliness and service was also wonderful.
3.2 on December 14, 2010
Loved our trip to Forks, WA and the Miller Tree Inn was a good choice! Innkeepers were friendly and hospitable. My daughter loved the Twilight theme and the fact that Miller Tree is also The Cullen's. I liked that there were snacks available throughout the day/night, to include Pirates Booty and some sweet treats. Breakfast was good, and enjoyed the variety of "extras" such as fruit, granola, yogurt, etc... Decor could use a little updating and the room could use a little more TLC. Celing was made of wood panals and stuff kept falling from it. Couldn't quite tell what it was, almost like little tiny pieces of wood that looked like bugs. Overall, the stay was enjoyable and at $130 for the night, it was what I expected.
5 on December 08, 2010
Excellent service made us feel like we were the only guests staying. The breakfast was amazing. If your visiting Forks, WA you must stay here.
4.2 on November 22, 2010
Bill and Susan are great hosts, the breakfast was wonderful and they really took care of us despite having a scheduled power outage for 7 hrs. I would love to go back one day.
5 on November 17, 2010
Susan and Bill Brager provided a wonderful B&B experience. We felt totally comfortable and at home. They both went out of their way to make our stay enjoyable. I highly recommend staying at the Miller Tree Inn.
4.2 on November 13, 2010
Room was oversized with LOTS of amenities (CD & DVD player, wine glasses) in room. Windows that open and a soaking tub in room were a nice touch. Breakfast was amazing--fresh fruit, french toast, sausage, eggs--all offered & fixed for us "before" breakfast hours!
5 on November 08, 2010
Amazing rooms and great hosts. Love the place, hope to visit again soon
4.6 on November 04, 2010
I was very warmly welcomed when I arrived. When I asked to stay another couple of nights on top of the two nights I originally booked, they easily agreed (because the room was not already reserved by someone else). Funny story: Bill (the owner) showed me the emergency exit when I checked in. I think was the second or third night the winds started to pick up, I didn't think much about it as I fell asleep. In the morning I got up and was heading to the bathroom, when I noticed that the curtain (at the start of the little hallway that goes to the emergency door) was pushed to one side. And I knew that I hadn't touched it since it was first shown to me. Then I noticed that there was light coming from the hallway. So I naturally investigated, and discovered that the emergency door was open as far as it could go, and that it was on only one of three hinges, and on an angle. Also the carpet was half soaked. So I told and shown the "Innsitter" the situation, we shut the door and she went to make some calls. The next day they had someone to fix it. I was told that that has never happened before. Even after this issue I would still come back here in the future. I also would recommend this bed and breakfast to anyone.
5 on October 25, 2010
We stayed in the Country Clover room for 3 nights. What a great room, what a great place! Bill, Susan and Cheryl were absolutely wonderful! We are hikers and from California so we needed a bit of guidance in Washington, they were right there for us. We had so much fun and would go back in a second, especially if we could stay there. Oh, and the breakfast...delicious!
3.6 on October 19, 2010
Cozy inn. Enjoyed our stay very much. Met & exceeded our expectations.
3.8 on October 17, 2010
The atmosphere was welcoming, comfortable & homey. The breakfasts were exceptional!
3.4 on October 16, 2010
Besides the fact that everywhere you look on the property there is a gorgeous view, the Miller Tree Inn is a great place to stay. The innkeepers are very friendly and helpful, the rooms are comfortable and private, and the breakfast is outstanding. I felt like I did as a little kid staying with my grandparents in the country.
5 on October 15, 2010
My sister and I decided to start taking an annual "sisters" trip together. I was in charge of the first trip and being the Twilight fan that I am I chose Forks for our destination. I have never stayed in a B & B before so wasn't really sure what to expect. This was one of the best experiences I've had! Whether you are a Twilight fan or just want to get away for a few days I would highly recommend visiting Forks and staying at the Miller Tree Inn. The owners were away for the weekend but the lady they had staying in their place was wonderful. She was very friendly and made us feel right at home. We stayed in the Elk View room and loved it. They had all the comforts of home along with many extras. The breakfasts were delicious and I loved the way they had the dining room set up. There were at least five or six tables so you could choose to sit with just your group or you could join another table if you liked. Forks is a very charming town. The people that live there were very friendly and courteous. The Twilight tour was fantastic through Dazzled by Twilight - I would highly recommend you Twilight fans to sign up for this it was a blast!! I am ready to go back! What a great experience in a very charming and quaint little town. I would love to visit again soon.
5 on October 14, 2010
The Miller Tree Inn is nestled in a small, quiet town, close to the beach and the Olympic Mountains. The Inn is relaxing and comfortable. The bedrooms and common areas are clean and comforting. Bill and Susan are the kindest and most helpful hosts you'll find. I highly recommend the Miller Tree Inn!
5 on October 13, 2010
We had a wonderful time. The staff was very nice and hospitable. I would recommend this place to my friends. I have food allergies and they were sensitive and accommodating to those which was greatly appreciated.
5 on October 11, 2010
The innkeepers were absolutely lovely to me during my stay. Bill and Cheryl both really took the time to greet me and make me feel at home. They were a wonderful source of local information. I stayed in the Weathervane room which has an ensuite bathroom - it was quiet and cozy. The breakfasts were gourmet (ginger pancakes, eggs benedict). In addition, they also played along with the "Cullen House" twilight theme and let me watch the Twilight movie in the living room one night with another of the guests. Absolutely delightful experience - I'll stay here on my next visit to Forks!!!
4.2 on October 11, 2010
It was a last minute decision to stay at Miller tree Inn when we completed a tour at Forks & found that they had a reservation available. Great, warm host, lovely rooms, grand view -- look forward to a return visit!
4.8 on October 06, 2010
What a wonderful home. Built in 1916 and has so much charm. The hosts were great and accommodating. Truly a pleasurable stay.
4.4 on October 04, 2010
This was my husband's and my first stay at a B&B and we were extremely satisfied with our stay. Both the accommodations and staff exceeded expectations, not to mention breakfast hit just the right spot!
4.0 on October 03, 2010
We - a 60 something couple - stayed one night in the Elk View room and found it very comfortable and pleasant. Every room is equipped with all sorts of Twilight stuff - great for fans. The breakfast was outstanding and the hosts were very kind. Highly recommended!
4.4 on October 01, 2010
We were totally satisfied with our stay at the Miller Tree Inn. Although our room was rather small it was clean and comfortable with our own private bath right across the hall--rather like a small suite. The food was excellent and the innkeepers were very friendly and accommodating. They really made our first stay in a bed and breakfast one which made us want more. Much more satisfying than and impersonal hotel!
4.8 on September 23, 2010
A friend flew in from Phoenix and we decided to go tour the Peninsula. Our first night stay was at the Miller Tree Inn. The owners are very accomodating. We stayed in Ella's room which is just beautiful!! Would recommend it to anyone who is visiting Forks!
3.6 on September 19, 2010
Miller Tree Inn is a great place to stay when visiting Olympic National Park. It was the best place of the 4 place we stayed. Beds were very comfortable, innkeepers were nice, breakfast was good, room had a private bath and was clean. Only complaint was the in-room jacuzzi was loud, but not a big deal. We would definately stay here again.
4.4 on September 16, 2010
We loved the Miller Tree! Old charm in a small lumber town. Great breakfast and Bill and Susan were fantastic. Definitely will be going back!!
5 on September 10, 2010
My friend and I stayed in the room on the 3rd level and we had a wonderful time. I am allergic to cats but thier cat didn't bother me, even in the common areas. It was quiet and the hosts were warm and even indulged us on our vampire/werewolf hunt. Will go back again as it was lovely.
5 on September 03, 2010
The innkeepers went out of their way to ensure that we had a nice stay at their B&B. Snacks were always available and they even sent us off with a coffee refill for the thermos.
5 on August 31, 2010
My friend & I stayed with Bill & Susan for 3 nights in June and had the most amazing time! They are truly the ultimate hosts ... poviding everything that we could possibly want during our stay (including DVDs and cookies!) and being around when we needed them (to help print out our talk show tickets!) The rooms are comfortable and clean, the house is beautiful and the location is perfect. This was our first visit to Forks ... and it will most certainly not be our last ... in fact, we're already planning to go back in January ...
4.2 on August 18, 2010
The warmth and charm of this spacious farmhouse getaway was exceeded only by the gracious welcome and service of innkeepers Bill and Susan Brager. I enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere as a welcomed guest and was happy to learn from their knowledge and recommendation of local attractions. I look forward to my next visit.
4.6 on August 17, 2010
The hosts were personable, knowledgeable and accommodating. The food was outstanding and plentiful. We'd recommend it highly.
4.6 on August 12, 2010
Parking was a little complicated tight spot to fit four cars. The innkeepers are extremely friendly and very helpful. We stayed in the orchard room which had a very big king size bed in bedroom, a fold down unit in the front room and a pull out sofa couch which made for easy sleeping arrangements. The room had gas fire place and full kitchen. The breakfast was very delicious and made us feel at home (We also purchased two Miller Tree Inn Mugs with breakfast). The Innkeepers keep a set of visitor reviews from all the towns restaurants as well which helps choose dining activities. Another awesome touch is each room has a set of journals with entries from guests. Our entry is now in them as well. The Cullen House was our favorite part of Forks - oh yeah the jetted bath tub was nice!
4.2 on August 10, 2010
My dear friend from London, Ontario wanted to visit the rain forest on her first trip to the Pacific NW. After googling bed & breakfasts, we came upon Miller Tree Inn. It looked like what we wanted and made our reservation. Once we got there, we found out that it was also known as the Cullen house, i.e., the home of Dr. Cullen and his vampire family. Well, that made it fun because we were staying in a place that everyone wanted to see. Tour busses drove in, moms and dads stopped by to let a star struck teenager get out and hastily take pictures, and it was all good fun. It made us feel like we were involved in something special, not just a trip to the rain forest. Bill and Susan were friendly, kind and gracious, always concerned about our wellbeing and solicitious, but not overbearingly so. I eat low carb, they worked around it without complaint. My friend is diabetic, no problem, and my other friend is vegetarian. Nothing seems to faze these great people. They make bed and breakfasting look fun and I can't help but wonder how many people check out, wanting to start up their own bed and breakfast business. Would I go back? Yes, in fact I have another friend coming from the Netherlands and she's excited to be staying in the Cullen house as well. We won't have the front bedroom this time (it was taken), so we won't get to enjoy the tourists as much. You can't go wrong visiting this bed and breakfast. The room was comfortable without being fancy, and the food was delicious.
5 on July 19, 2010
What a wonderful old farmhouse, run by two friendly, knowledgeable, and welcoming proprietors. We loved our room at the top of the house and the views out at the trees and the bucolic setting. Great breakfast too. Perfect retreat from Seattle as a trip to the Olympics and Twilight country.
4.8 on July 14, 2010
Our family spent two nights at the Miller Tree Inn while visiting the Forks area. The location was ideal for the various trips we took; Cape Flattery, Rain Forest, Crescent Lake and of course, seeing the various spots on the Twillight map. Our hosts, Bill and Susan were very warm and inviting into their Inn. Breakfast was outstanding...loved Susan's apron..."I sparkle in the kitchen" and that she does! The beds were very comfy and each room had it's own a/c unit and bathroom. We were very happy we choose this Inn, it was truly a rare find.
4.6 on July 11, 2010
We came to get the Twilight tour for our granddaughter. This building was used in the books and is now included in the tours. The owners signed the area in front to keep tourists out of the guest area. We were not disturbed. The facilities and food were great. The hosts were friendly. There is a hot tub so bring a swimsuit.
4.8 on June 14, 2010
My best friend from high school all the way from VA (I'm in WA) and I had a chance to spend some time together and decided to explore the "Twilight" scenes. She knows about B&Bs, and we chose this one based on the website. Am I ever glad we did! This place was so welcoming, so comfortable, and so cozy that I wasn't sure I wanted to go sightseeing! We had a marvelous experience! Thank you Cheryl (and the Cullens of course!) for a delightful weekend.
5 on April 06, 2010
The Miller Tree Inn was perfect! After three nights of camping in rain and snow, arriving here and being shown to the Elk View Room was like heaven. The house is cozy, warm and comfortable with many thoughtful touches, like board games, comfy easy chairs in front of a TV, cookies and tea available all day long, and many books for borrowing. Bill and Susan are very kind, easy-going and friendly. It felt like visiting friends rather than staying at a hotel. They took great care of us, and breakfast was fantastic!
5 on March 28, 2010
This INN is completely breathtaking. Coming to Forks was part of Seeing where the Twilight series books were written. This INN is known as the Cullen house. It was more then I expected. IT is very Peaceful, Beautiful, inviting, and friendly enviroment. The Inn Keepers were very friendly and helpful and make a wonderful breakfast in the morning. The common rooms are beautiful and relaxing. The rooms are absolutely beautiful. The whole place inside and out is well maintained. We had an excellent stay with many wonderful memories. I would defianetly recommend this place. It is well worth the visit.
5 on March 26, 2010
Everything was clean and tidy. The staff was wonderful, friendly and helpful. The breakfast was great! Everything exceeded my expectations.
4.4 on March 06, 2010
We have stayed in many B & Bs over the years but haven't done so in quite some time. We wanted a quiet spot to come back to after our explorations of Cape Flattery, Neah Bay, La Push, and the beach areas and the luxury of a nice hot breakfast before starting out for the day. Only a few rooms were booked so it was very quiet and no road noise as the inn is about 6 blocks away from Hiway 101. Our room, the Sunset Room, was quite small but had an extremely comfortable king bed. Next time we might opt for a little larger room such as the Blue Jay room. Even though it had a bathroom "across the hall", the bathroom was very roomy (much bigger than our two tiny little rooms -- one for the sink/toilet and another for the tub/shower) and I don't think stepping across the hall from the room would be inconvenient. The Blue Jay room also had a day bed which would be nice for sitting and also more space to set things out. Highest marks go to the innkeepers!!! Both Bill and Susan were just delightful and you felt comfortable from the moment you arrived until you reluctantly said good bye. They had very easy, fun personalities and were the kind of people you felt you had known for a long time. We were treated to absolutely wonderful breakfasts which made each day a "two meal day" for us. There aren't too many choices for dinner in the area but we found The In Place to be an above-average coffee shop/cafe. I have trouble rating this inn by "outstanding" or "exceeding my expectatons". I have stayed in more luxurious bed and breakfasts but that experience also came with a much higher price tag! I felt for the price, this was an exceptionally good experience. So even though, I have not given every category an outstanding rating, overall I would classify it as an "outstanding" place to stay.
5 on January 29, 2010
It was beautiful. We enjoyed every minute of it. Thank you!
5 on January 25, 2010
Went to Forks because we're Twilight fans and the town and people far exceeded our expectations. The folks at Miller Tree Inn were fantastic - friendly, helpful and knowledgeable. We've already decided to come back again in a few years and stay there again.
4.6 on October 29, 2009
After another B&B didn't show up for our reservation, the fabulous innkeeper at Miller Tree took us in and made us feel like family. She not only took us in, but tried to find the other innkeeper that left us without a place to stay. Cheryl was great and the entire experience was fun and relaxing. We had a great time talking with other guests in the front room and our breakfast of Eggs Benedict was first class. Thanks for everything. We'd definitely recommend the Miller Tree Inn for our friends and family.
5 on September 30, 2009
The lady loved my dogs, changed a breakfast menu just for me(I can't have sugar), and the suite was wonderful. There were huge blackberry bushes in back so I could have blackberries anytime I wanted. I have only taken my dogs to one other B & B and was disappointed with it. I would stay here again.
4.8 on September 22, 2009
Except for the bed (too soft...) it was an outstanding place!
5 on September 03, 2009
The Miller tree Inn has all the warmth, atmosphere, and accommodations that anyone could want and then some! The caretakers Bill & Susan are amazing & willing to do just about anything to make sure their guests are happy. And it felt like we were visiting old friends instead of people we didn't know.
4.4 on September 01, 2009
Pleasant surprise. We came here on a Twilight adventure. And, discovered forks! Miller Tree B&B was one of those pleasant surprises. I give it 5 stars and more!
4.8 on August 26, 2009
The Miller Tree Inn was a home away from home. we were made to feel very comfortable by our hosts -- Bill & Susan. The breakfasts were delicious.
4.4 on August 24, 2009
Charming farmhouse -- beautiful countryside. Would stay here again!
5 on August 21, 2009
What an adorable, quaint little house! The hospitality was great, there were tons of thoughtfl touches (gift bags, snackes, drinks, games, etc.) & the breakfast was great!
5 on August 17, 2009
One of the most beautiful areas in the United States, Forks is a place that every American should visit. Olympic National Park and Miller Tree Inn exceeded our expectations of a view of America.
3.8 on August 16, 2009
Upon Bill's recommendation we were able to drive/hike to some splendid old growth rainforest that wasn't on any main park maps. He even partially accompanied us on the drive up and helped clear the road as a major wind storm had done significant damage to the second growth trees along the road margins.
5 on August 11, 2009
This was my 1st stay in a B&B. I loved it! the atmosphere was very warm and comfortable, and the breakfast was delicious. The added touches added to my twilight experience during my stay at the 'Cullen House'.
5 on July 30, 2009
The inn is more beautiful in person than the picture. The innkeepers are nice and make you feel at home. They had some cool Twilight things around the house.
5 on July 28, 2009
Our family (husband, daughter, son-in-law & grandson) spent a beautiful, peaceful day & night at this Inn. Bill & Susan (owners) are gracious hosts. If we lived closer, we would return immediately.
4.4 on June 23, 2009
Best breakfast I've enjoyed in a while; great hostess, host and house. Loved the ambiance and comfortable, nice rooms.
5 on June 05, 2009
I've stayed here twice - a monthly trip I'd like to continue. It's lovely, it's comfortable, clean, really nice people working there. It's close the the Hoh and Ruby Beach, great food nearby for dinner. I will go back, probably many times, I love this inn.
5 on June 03, 2009
We are both travel agents from AMA Travel, and we must say that we found these accommodations to be spectacular! We will recommend your B&B to everybody!
4.8 on May 19, 2009
Best part of our trip was our wonderful stay here. Friendly people and amazing breakfasts! Hope to come back and stay again!
5 on May 13, 2009
We stayed for 2 nights in May 2009. The breakfasts were delicious, apple pancakes, sausages,fresh cut fruit, pastries. Bill and Susan are helpful and very pleasant. This is a Twilight ( Twilight Movie ) Zone and it was very fun, some young couples in the Inn were enjoying the Vampire vibe. We had some simple good burgers in the town center and enjoyed the fresh air.
5 on May 11, 2009
The views from every room in the house were so beautiful and relaxing. Antique collectors will love the place. Our room "ELK ROOM" was so big and comfy, our daughter loved the the adjoining sitting room with wall lined windows. My daughter said the house is just like the Cullens house in the book "Twilight".
4.6 on July 07, 2008
The hosts of this quiet, restful B&B take a personal interest in their guests and are glad to answer questions and help.
5 on May 29, 2008
A beautifully run, welcoming establishment, exceptionally kind and considerate hosts. Good food!
4.8 on April 22, 2008
Loved it. Had an opportunity to stay in an environment of which I am unaccustomed and have always admired through movies and books- a 1913ish farm house. The hosts were wonderfully welcoming and gracious.
4.8 on March 16, 2008
We stayed in August, 2007. The location was a great fit to our plans. The breakfast were excellent and Bill and Susan were reallly friendly and enjoyed running their business and it shows
4.4 on October 16, 2007
Outstanding! Staying w/ Bill & Susan is better than staying at Grandma's.
5 on October 16, 2007
Our stay at the Miller Tree Inn was a highlight of our visit to the Olympic Peninsula. Susan and Bill are wonderful hosts. The rooms were spotless. Internet access is great!
5 on September 20, 2007
We will return again when we come back to the area. It was relaxing and I loved the setting.