Lake Crescent Lodge

416 Lake Crescent Road, , Washington, 98363, United States
(3 star hotel)
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What a sunset

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by written on October 16, 2006

The family gathered here from across the country. Well, it turned out to be only five of us. The rest couldn't make it. We stayed four nights and had a great time. Every morning was a fresh breeze, cool on warm days and warm on cool days.

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Quiet lodging near beautiful mountain lake

by written on April 15, 2003

The Lake Crescent Lodge is located just east of Port Angeles along Highway 101. The lodge is on the shore of Lake Crescent, a mountain lake in a fjord-like setting. The lobby has a grand stone fireplace and is very warm and comfortable. The deck, enclosed in glass in the winter, has comfortable rockers that are perfect for curling up with a good book and a cup of coffee. Cabins are also available to rent.

Unique Quality: There are trails that circle around the Lodge that offer different views of the lake. The lake itself, in the winter, can be as smooth as glass and very breathtaking.

Directions: About 45 miles west of Port Angeles on the Olympic Peninsula.

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Address: 416 Lake Crescent Road, , Washington, 98363, United States

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Amenities at Lake Crescent Lodge

  • Restaurant
  • Suites
  • Wheelchair Accessible
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Free Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Kids Activities
  • Free High Speed Internet

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