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- Guest room4.5
- Onsite Dining4.8
on September 25, 2015
We loved this b&b. Tthe accomodations, service, wonderful breakfast and lovely hosts will bring us back. Only one concern - guests need to know that the entrance way to the residence has three steps and no railing. The steps inside do have a railing but must be used to get to the first floor. Not easy for an elder with luggage.
on September 19, 2015
I love that you can choose your breakfast time, so that you can get out early and enjoy the outdoors. I love the hand-made cards with the weather and tides. Everything was wonderful.
A touch of luxury in an otherwise ho-hum town.
on September 15, 2015
Beautifully appointed rooms and bathrooms, friendly and inviting shared spaces, and a gorgeous view of the valley and hills. Grounds well kept with lovely flowers. Innkeepers and staff very friendly and helpful. I felt the breakfasts, although beautiful, delicious, and rather large, were overdone with carbs and fluff. A little bit of protein in the form of meat or cheese or eggs would be more appreciated than a plate overflowing with whipped cream (which most guests were scraping off before eating). The town of Forks leaves much to be desired and does not deserve such a nice inn. However, the inn is a wonderful oasis there, and a great jumping-off point if you are visiting the western side of the Olympic National Park and beaches.
Perfect Base For Exploring the Hoh
on September 12, 2015
My husband and I recently spent part of our Pacific Northwest vacation hiking the Hoh Rainforest in Olympic National Park in Washington State. Our base camp, so to speak, was the Misty Valley Inn in Forks, WA.
We couldn’t have asked for a more delightful place to come back to after a long day of hiking through the incredible beauty of the Hoh. Rachel and Jim, our hosts, were warm and welcoming from the start, and their staff of lovely young ladies were super friendly and helpful. Our room was immaculate, and though much smaller than our bedroom at home, cozy and comfortable.
Our mornings began with a substantial and wonderfully prepared breakfast, so substantial, in fact, we didn’t need anything else other than trail bars until dinner. Evenings were spent watching TV, reading, or chatting with fellow guests in the common areas. There were always delicious snacks, coffee, tea and juices for the guests to enjoy. We also appreciated the use of the big fridge in the kitchen to store dinner leftovers and beverages we’d purchased during the day.
The best night we had was our last, when, after a long day hiking, my husband and I had a soak in the inn’s hot tub. What bliss!
We hope to return to the Olympic peninsula some day soon, and when we do, we’ll most certainly make the Misty Valley Inn our base camp once again.
on September 10, 2015
My boyfriend and I as well as another couple stayed one night this past weekend and we had an amazing time. We would have liked to stay longer. Breakfast was delicious and the rooms are beautiful and very clean. Rachel and Jim were very friendly and kind. Would love to stay again sometime.
on September 06, 2015
I can't say enough about the warm welcome or the wonderful amenities at Misty Valley. We were pampered and fed like royalty. If you have ever wanted a great B&B experience, try this one.
on September 01, 2015
I loved that you could eat early, which is unusual for B&Bs but great to get an early start for hiking. Guests get a tray with coffee or tea to their room a half hour before breakfast. On the tray was a card with the weather, high and low tides, and a comment on activities I had planned. It was also an unexpected bonus to have a sleek modern bathroom. The bedrooms are cozy and the mattresses are great. Breakfast was fantastic. Everyone was very welcoming. I plan to be back!
on September 01, 2015
We only stayed for one night, but we can highly recommend this b&b. Very nice athmosphere with nice details like chocolate in the room, variety of teas and cakes in the afternoon and an outstanding breakfast.
Convenient, hospitable and great food
on August 28, 2015
We arrived late for our stay at Misty Valley Inn and at Rachel's recommendation, decided to dine at a Chinese restaurant within a mile of the Inn, which turned out to be a great little place where the chef cooked the noodles and freshest vegetables just right. Rachel called in our meal to the chef, because closing time was fast approaching. Rachel gave us choices of simple or elaborate breakfasts that were delicious. We ate on the deck overlooking close and distant rows of conifers and deciduous trees. The en suite room was great - comfortable, clean, quiet and pretty. Rachel was efficient and hospitable, without being nosy.
on August 26, 2015
Perfect in every way.
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