Washington State Top 40 Special Places for Romance, Adventure & Gourmet Cuisine. Best Weekend Escape in North America. Coastal Living magazine. Best of Taste on PBS. Trip Advisor 2015 Certificate of Excellance. 2014 Winner Best Bed & Breakfast voted by King 5 TV Best Escapes. Leave your cares behind as you enter our 9-acres of sunny mountain views, idyllic ponds and cottage gardens. The Lodge sits in perfect harmony with nature and is a National Wildlife Federation Certified Habit. Bright, casually elegant interiors feature a 2-story fieldstone fireplace and walls of windows that bring the towering evergreens, mountain vistas, and amazing wildlife into view. After a hot gourmet breakfast, savor your morning latté on a sunny deck chair. Enjoy your evening on our deck overlooking the ponds and rock waterfall. After a day of hiking the nearby trails in the Olympic National Park, linger in our hydrotherapy spa under the stars! Celebrate a special anniversary by indulging in His & Her aromatherapy massages fireside in your suite, or “pop the question” with our incredibly romantic Hearts & Flowers Getaway™. Honeymooners adore the Hideaway on Quail Lake, a simply sublime private villa with jetted tub and "Bistro Kitchenette" featuring slab granite, Italian tile & stone and stainless steel appliances.
5 on March 10, 2016
The lodge is located a few minutes from downtown Sequim on a large lot in a quiet neighborhood. We stayed in the Sunny View Suite which was spacious, as was the rest of the main lodge. The room was extremely clean and everything worked. We were the only guests during our stay so we also spent a lot of time in common area in front of the fire place and on the deck. We felt extremely comfortable throughout our stay. But as others have mentioned the staff at LML were some of the most welcoming and knowledgeable hosts we have ever met. We were in the area scouting various OP towns for possible retirement areas and Dwight, Sally and Kathy could not have been more helpful. Dwight is a walking encyclopedia when it comes to OP business, recreation and history. The dining staff were just as sweet and helpful as they served us our hearty breakfasts and snacks. We intend to visit Sequim again and will not consider any other accommodations.
5 on March 04, 2016
We had a wonderful stay in the Lost Mountain Lodge. The customer care was outstanding. Dwight, the owner, made a point to text us to make sure he or staff would be present upon our arrival. Cathy was very helpful and accommodating with setting us up in our rooms and giving us very good information on hikes, activities, and places of interest nearby. She also gave us really good recommendations on restaurants in the area. We stayed in the Moonbeam Suite which was a wonderful room with lots of space. The fireplace was a very nice touch and the bedding and bathroom was set up very nicely. Our breakfast was amazing and the breakfast staff was very helpful. The staff provided some very nice cookies that were made on site. Dwight took time to visit with us and give us lots of up to date info on local hikes and sites, including those that were not available due to poor road conditions. It is evident that he takes special interest in his guests which we appreciated. We loved the hot-tub and the surroundings around the lodge. If we had more time we would have walked the 10 acres that surround the property. Our stay was very quiet and peaceful. So this would be a great place for someone wishing to for a place to clear their head or for some much needed quiet. I highly recommend this BB and plan on coming back soon.
5 on January 06, 2016
We recently "escaped" the typical city New Year's festivities for a quiet weekend away, close to home. We could not have been more thrilled with the grounds and the Guest House. There was ample space for four people and everything we needed was available. Dwight was welcoming, friendly and extremely informative. We would all recommend Lost Mountain Lodge to anyone and will definitely be returning! (Note: We did not utilize the onsite dining but since a Not Applicable is not available I included 5 stars, the lemon lavender cookies definitely earned 5 stars.)
3.2 on November 15, 2015
Great experience overall. The lodge is a 30 min drive to Olympic national park. Beautiful grounds, very nice room. However, the lack of an updated alarm clock/radio which was blue tooth/USB/iPhone capability prevented us from listening to our favorite playlist/pandora. Breakfast both days taste great, but not very healthy...mostly baked sweets or fresh fruit sprinkled with sugar and mixed with whipcream. For those who enjoy hiking, I do recommend packed lunch offered for an addition price. The luch was made with our choice of healthy ingredients, it was conveinient and delicious.
4.4 on August 30, 2015
Very personal welcome, great introduction into area and very useful sightseeing tips. Great jacuzzi with awesome view of garden and forest. Great breakfast.
Thank you for staying with us and your kind comments. We are so glad you enjoyed your stay here at Lost Mountain Lodge. We do hope when your travels bring you back to the Olympic Peninsula you will let us be your host again. Kathy
3.8 on August 10, 2015
This is a lovely B&B in a beautiful setting. The people were unfailingly helpful and friendly. The owner went out of his way to greet us and draw us detailed maps and give us spot-on recommendations for where to eat and what to see and how to get there! Our room was spacious and private. The breakfasts were a little on the sugary side, but that is a very minor thing.
Thank you for sharing your experience here at Lost Mountain Lodge. I have shared your comments with our chef and Dwight. We value your comments and again thank you for staying with us. Please come back again! Kathy
4.6 on July 27, 2015
In town for High School reunion had a lovely stay at Lost Mountain Lodge. Love that the staff is so friendly and gladly accommodates some "challenging" food allergies with grace and FANTASTIC food. We will be back again!!
5 on April 26, 2015
My husband and I spent 3 wonderful nights at this very special place in the pines and cedars. The owners and staff are so friendly and helpful. Our cottage was presented so beautifully and every detail was perfect. Especially the lemon lavender cookies at bedtime. Being centrally located, yet very private, made all of the Olympic Peninsula very accessible. We both highly recommend Lost Mountain Lodge.
4.6 on April 19, 2015
We stayed two nights. The room was great, very spacious and we loved all the skylights! The breakfast was gourmet both days and delicious!
4.4 on March 29, 2015
Dwight and his wife Sally were a joy to meet and get to know. The staff was amazing and the food was over the top - both in terms of taste and presentation. What a wonderful experience. Kathy and Jerry J.
Spacious 2nd floor B&B suite, forest view, 5 skylights in vaulted ceilings, wood-burning fireplace, 4-poster King bed, full private bath, 32-inch widescreen flat-panel HDTV-DVD, CD player, free WiFi, silky microfiber resort robes.
Spacious 2nd floor B&B suite, mountain & pond views, wood-burning fireplace, King bed, full private bath, vaulted ceilings, cozy window seat, 32-inch widescreen flat-panel HDTV-DVD, CD player, free WiFi, silky microfiber resort robes.
Luxury B&B suite on 1st floor, forest & pond view, double-sided wood-burning fireplace, king bed, his & her vanities, soaking tub and steam shower room, 32-inch widescreen flatpanel HDTV-DVD, CD player, free WiFi, silky microfiber resort robes, private deck.
Huge private entrance fireplace suite, lake & forest view, King bed, French doors to 2 private decks, lavish bath, jetted tub, 2 sinks, separate shower, 32-in widescreen flatpanel HDTV-DVD, bistro kitchenette w/ slab granite & stainless steel appliances.
Seattle, WA (SEA-Seattle Tacoma) 80 miles
Visit our Web site for a map and detailed driving directions. Centrally located for all activities on the Olympic Peninsula and close to the Dungeness Spit and National Wildlife Refuge.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Historical interests, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, Dungeness Spit, Hoh Rain Forest, Hurricane Ridge, Lavender Farms, Port Townsend, Ski area, Winery
Bed and Breakfast, Cottage, Country Inn
BBQ grill, Board games, Computer, Copier, Fax Machine, Library, Piano, Telephone, Videos, Wedding Facilities, Wet bar, Wired internet , Complimentary collection of 250+ films/DVDs, 32-inch widescreen, flat-panel HDTV in rooms, Complimentary lattes, espresso & beverages
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Amenities Basket, Bath robes, CD player, Ceiling fans, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Desk, Fireplace, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Internet Service, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Turndown Service, VCR, Wi-Fi
Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Canoeing, Cross-country ski trails, Fishing, Golfing, Hiking trails, Kayaking, Mountain Bike trails, Beachcombing, Mountain climbing, Sailing, Shopping, Sight-seeing, Ski rentals, Snow shoe rental, Snow shoe trails, Tennis courts, Whitewater Rafting
Wild black-tailed deer
Dwight Hostvedt is an award-winning designer of custom furniture and fine cabinetry and his work is showcased in the inn. Lisa was previously a corporate executive with firms in Seattle. We share a commitment to make our corner of the world a beautiful place to visit -- and to make all guests feel welcome and at home.
Low fat , Restrictive , Vegetarian
Dungeness Crab & Leek Quiche
Flexible breakfast hour. Private tables for two. You won't have the same breakfast twice even during a lengthy stay: Our gourmet hot entree, fresh fruits & berries, Tillamook yogurts, organic cereals, breakfast breads such scones or homemade muffins, juices (Orange Peach Mango is our guests' favorite), complimentary lattes, cappuccino and espresso (or just good strong coffee), a wonderful selection of green, herbal and black tea.