On a 100-foot-high bluff, this casual, weathered, family-run hotel overlooks a stunning stretch of the coast. Accommodations in six buildings range from single, viewless rooms to large studios with good ocean or ravine views and fireplaces to family cottages with complete kitchens. Beach access is down a maze of steps framed by moss-covered trees. The pet-friendly property also features a sauna, exercise room, and indoor, heated pool. At the time of writing the restaurant,
which burned down in 2011, was being rebuilt, with an anticipated completion date of fall, 2013, after which the menu might include old favorites like Roosevelt elk tenderloin, seared Pacific halibut, and Kurobuta pork tenderloin.
4651 Hwy. 109, Moclips, Washington, 98562, United States