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This oceanfront inn is regarded as the finest B&B on the Olympic Peninsula and was built as a replica of George Washington's mansion. It sits majestically along the Strait of Juan de Fuca with a panorama of the Olympic Mountains. Located in the sunniest spot in Western Washington with easy access to the Olympic National Park and beaches, it has 5 large rooms with king beds and spa baths for an unforgettable experience as a romantic getaway.
5 on March 16, 2018
This was our first stay in a Bed and Breakfast and we were nervous about what it would be like. Janet and Dan made us comfortable and definitely "at home". Janet's breakfasts are amazing with each day different. Our room was beautiful and very, very comfortable. Windows everywhere to provide light and views of the water and the mountains. They also helped us with ideas of things to do and places for dinner. We look forward to returning some day.
5 on December 06, 2017
Janet and Dan are so caring, accommodating, and attentive. They are sticklers about attention to every detail and made sure each and everything was perfect for our stay. I have a food allergy which was not a problem for Janet, her breakfast was simply delicious and I enjoyed every bite! This bed and breakfast is top notch and I highly recommend staying here if you have the chance. The rooms are so beautiful, as is the whole house and property.
4.8 on October 25, 2017
We stayed in the Presidential Suite. Upon arrival, we appreciated the warm, personal greeting and tour by Janet Abbott. Our gourmet breakfasts on the veranda were delightful, our room was comfortable, and both the mountain and water views were inspiring! Gracious hospitality! We have already booked reservations for the Christmas Tea at the Inn, and reservations for another lovely weekend, during the Colonial Festival, in 2018. So enjoyed the George Washington Inn! Ingrid and Jim V
4.6 on October 09, 2017
My wife surprised me with a weekend getaway at the George Washington Inn. It exceeded any expectation I had with amazing views, hospitality and touch of history. We booked the same room for next year and am looking forward to it already!
4.8 on October 09, 2017
Very unique property. We stayed in October, well after the bustling lavender season. It was quiet and offered a meditative environment (which I needed) with the beautiful view of the mountains and Strait of Juan de Fuca. We loved it so much that we made the next reservation on the way out. Looking forward to going back in different season.
4.0 on September 11, 2017
History and hoteliery are happily married here; we stayed in the presidential suite and received a royal treatment. Fronting the expansive waters of the Strait of Juan de Fuca, the Inn is a faithful replica of the first US president's home in Mount Vernon on the Potomac. References to George Washington's life and career throughout the lodge may at times feel too much and be overwhelming, but the attention to historical detail and accuracy cannot be faulted. In fact, there is no fault to be found in the accommodations anywhere: a gourmet breakfast every morning, hosts eager to satisfy your every need and wish, peace and quiet around the clock. A perfect 18th-century place to unwind from the hectic and stressful life in the 21st century. We need to add a comment on the rating score above: we wanted to give "outstanding" to all categories but the fifth button would not click on; obviously a website design flaw!
5 on August 25, 2017
Friendly and helpful staff. Delicious breakfast. Good location for visit to Hurricane Ridge in Olympic National Park.
5 on July 28, 2017
Having been to the George Washington Inn twice before but never staying there overnight I already had some pretty high expectations. I'd met and talked to the people, seen the property and already knew this place was special. You just don't understand how really big the rooms are until you've stayed in one. You don't know how really classy the breakfast is until you've sat at one. And without being heavy that breakfast is going to hold you a while. A brief conversation with Dan and Janet while you are in the gift shop isn't going to show how charming and genuine the owners are. You've got to walk the grounds for an hour to really experience how majestic and relaxing it is and don't forget there is wildlife. In the mornings and evenings we got very good looks at deer and eagles every day. Not glimpses, they would walk or fly through as if it's their home (and it is.) We spent the Lavender Festival weekend at the George Washington Inn and at this point I doubt there is any better way to do it. We attended the street fair and farmers market one day and when the crowds became too much returned to the peace of the inn. One day except dinner we did nothing but "be at the inn." We met the charming vendors who come to the inn for the festival, sat and listened to various musical groups they hosted ranging from Country to woodwinds to piano soloists. There were educational opportunities seeing how they extract the essential oils from the lavender, bee keeping demonstrations cooking with lavender and how they roast their signature coffee. They also had a craft area where children (and moms) could craft using lavender. To call it a five star experience almost feels an understatement.
5 on July 28, 2017
Couldn't ask for more! The outdoor setting and the facility are both phenomenal. Wish we could have stayed longer! Janet and her staff are attentive without being overbearing. Definitely recommend.
5 on June 26, 2017
We just celebrated our anniversary and elected to stay at the George Washington Inn. This place was absolutely phenomenal. The views were remarkable, the grounds where beautiful, the breakfast was fantastic and the room was perfect. Dan and Janet do everything they can to make your stay special and one to remember. Truly gracious hosts. Thanks for having us and looking forward to returning.
With luxury fit for a president and stunning views of both the ocean and the mountains, this room is our finest room. The north-facing king bed with luxury linens overlooks the Strait of Juan de Fuca while the convenience kitchen offers majestic views of the Olympic Mountains and the lavender fields. Soak in the two-person spa tub or relax on the ocean-front veranda. This room also offers a private entrance. Max Occupancy: 2
This spacious suite honors General George Washington's devotion to his troops and ultimate victory, providing a luxurious experience with all the amenities that a general could only dream of. Enjoy ocean views from the bedroom as well as panoramic views of the majestic Olympic Mountains and lavender labyrinth throughout the room. Luxury linens and robes, a two-person spa tub with shower, and an all-season fireplace complete the experience. Max Occupancy: 2
This ocean-view room includes all of the amenities of the second-floor rooms while still offering accessibility for guests who need to avoid stairs. Located on the main floor, this luxury king room has direct access to the enclosed ocean-front piazza. A day bed in the semi-private alcove provides the option of adding a third guest in this room. Max Occupancy: 3
A spacious room adjoining the grand staircase that recalls the comfort and luxury of Mount Vernon. This king room boasts views of the majestic Olympic Mountains and the lavender fields. Relax and enjoy the ocean breezes on the ocean-front veranda or soak in the two-person spa tub and rejuvenate. Max Occupancy: 2
A comfortable room adjoining the grand staircase that recalls George Washington's early years as a surveyor. The decor in earthy tones complements the views of the lavender fields and the majestic Olympic Mountains. Luxury linens, a cozy loveseat in front of the all-season fireplace, and a two-person spa tub complete the experience. Max Occupancy: 2
Located halfway between Port Angeles & Sequim, Countryside, Mountains, Oceanfront, Oceanview, Rural, Small town, Waterview
Seattle, WA (SEA-Seattle Tacoma) Approx 100 miles
From Port Angeles, travel east on Highway 101 to the Old Olympic Highway turnoff (left turn). Follow Old Olympic Highway approximately 2 & one/half miles and take a left onto Matson Road. At the end, turn left onto Finn Hall Road. George Washington Inn is approximately one/half mile on the right.
Antique Shopping, Art Galleries, Beach, Casino, Concert venue, Gourmet/Fine Dining, Historical interests, Lake, Live Music, Movie Theater, Museum, National/State parks, Nature area, Ocean, New Dungeness Lighthouse, Sol Duc Hot Springs, Hurricane Ridge, Olympic National Park, Ruby Beach, Cape Flattery, La Push, Forks, John Wayne Marina, Lavender Farms & Shops, Olympic Discovery Trail, Golf Courses, Port Townsend, Fort Worden, Performing Theater, Picnic area, Religious Services, River, Ruins, Ski area, Tours, Winery, Zoo
Historic Inn, Boutique Hotel
Bike rental, Board games, CD player, Computer, Desk, Electric vehicle charging, Fax Machine, Library, Movie library, Parking, Piano , Suites have private entrances, Geothermal heating/air-conditioning, Second-floor suites have a parlor/kitchenette, Breakfast included in room rate
Air conditioning, Alarm clock, Bath robes, Coffee/Tea facilities, DVD Player, Fireplace, Fridge, Hairdryer, Hot tub/whirlpool tub, Ironing Board, Kitchenette, Microwave, Private entrance, Radio, Satellite/Cable TV, TV, Turndown Service, Videos, Wheelchair access, Wi-Fi, iPhone docking station
Bicycle rental, Bicycle riding trails, Bird watching, Mountain Bike trails, Shopping
Dan & Janet Abbott
We have a passion for sharing all that the area has to offer as well as providing the best possible experience for every guest. Come see why George Washington Inn has been voted the Best of the Peninsula and Best Northwest Escape. You'll come as a guest and leave as a friend.
Restrictive , Vegetarian If we are aware of restrictions prior to arrival, we will do our best to accommodate your needs
Fruited French Toast
Regardless of the seasonal fruit that we use for this recipe, it is always a favorite with our guests.