1- or 2-Night Stay for Two with Daily Breakfast at 4-Star Lost Mountain Lodge in Sequim, WA. Combine Up to 4 Nights.
Must book by 4/15/20 or promotional value expires. Must complete travel by 5/19/20. Limit 2 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 2 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Reservation required, subject to availability; contact Lost Mountain Lodge at (360) 683-2431 for specific availability. All cancellations subject to a $50 fee; 7-day cancellation notice required or fee up to the voucher price applies. Must be 21+ to check in. Credit card required at booking and check-in. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. 10.5% tax not included.
Romantic 4-star lodge near the entrance to Olympic National Park features farm-to-table breakfast and private suites with fireplaces
Hotel at a Glance: Lost Mountain Lodge
Situated on the Olympic Peninsula in western Washington, this four-star lodge is surrounded by incredible scenery—to the south sits Olympic National Park, to the north is Dungeness Bay, and farther north of that lie the San Juan Islands.
- Spot local wildlife in the hotel’s gardens and ponds—the property is a National Wildlife Federation Certified Wildlife Habitat.
- In-room amenities: Guest suites feature fireplaces, microfiber robes, and flat-screen TVs.
- Daily breakfast: Hotel guests can delight in a daily breakfast prepared with fresh produce from local farmers.
Sequim, Washington: Gateway to Olympic National Park
An outdoorsy town on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula, Sequim is a popular base for visitors exploring the far reaches of the Pacific Northwest. For a glimpse of local fauna, head to Dungeness Wildlife Refuge, a sanctuary, breeding ground, and important pit stop along the migration route for waterfowl and shorebirds. Here, a scenic 10-mile round-trip hike takes you through the delicate tide-pool ecosystem to the New Dungeness Lighthouse and back.
About 15 miles west of Sequim is the entrance to Olympic National Park, which is often considered “three parks in one” because it features a temperate rainforest, inland mountains, and coastal beaches. Venture through the old-growth trees, mosses, and ferns of the Hoh Rainforest, or head to Kalaloch’s Beach 4 to spot anemones and starfish in the coastal tide pools. In the winter, the Hurricane Ridge mountain area is the spot to go for tubing, downhill and cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing.