4.8 on June 20, 2012
Five SeaSuns was the perfect place for us to stay while visiting Olympic National Park and everything else in the Port Angeles area. The hosts were very helpful on the best times (info on tide times; able to check the webcam to see if Hurricane Ridge was clear and worth visiting) and best places (no food at a lodge we were headed for, but a great deli to obtain goodies for a great picnic) to visit. The breakfast was incredible - the reviews about the great food are all true!! One thing to consider: If you need a regular shower, you need to ask if they have a room with one. We struggled to use the hand sprayer in the tub without getting water all over the bathroom. However, if you like a comfy bath, the bathtub is very inviting. I would definitely consider another trip to the Olympic Penninsula, and would definitely stay here. I'm convinced that it is the best B&B value in the area.
4.2 on September 25, 2011
Jan and Bob are warm, welcoming hosts who serve a gourmet breakfast and provide clean and comfortable accomodations. We enjoyed our stay and the interaction with other guests both over tea and cookies in the evening and at breakfast. The "Summer" room didn't have a lot of space in which to spread out, but it was charming. The room was beautifully furnished, had a comfortable bed and the European style bathroom with whirlpool tub and hand held shower was relaxing and fun. We should have taken Bob's suggestion and planned at least another day on the Olympic Penninsula. Our one day visit was too brief. We would be happy to return here again.
4.2 on July 26, 2010
We stayed here 3 nights and had a wonderful stay. The rooms were clean and comfortable and the breakfasts were outstanding.
4.6 on September 11, 2009
My wife and I are from the UK and we were driving from San Francisco to Seattle. Port Angeles was a good choice to stay the night - with Olympic Park nearby and the ferry from Bainbridge Island to Seattle awaiting us the next day. The Five SeaSuns has wonderful decor, great cookies awaiting our return from an evening out, great restaurant recommendations, and a beautifully presented (and tasty) breakfast.
5 on November 03, 2007
Besides the great hospitality, warm chocolate chip cookies, beautiful rooms, and comfortable living room, there was a very special garden with many unique specimens. If you love flowers and trees, you must stop at this great B and B. You are treated like kings and queens.
5 on April 14, 2007
Nice house and hosts were very good about providing local information and providing a ride to the Victoria shuttle. Food was great. Would definately stay here again on a return visit.