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Located in sunny Sequim, Washington, the Juan de Fuca Cottages and Suites sit on a low-bank, waterfront bluff at the edge of Dungeness Bay with our own private beach.  The Cottages and Suites offer spectacular views of the Dungeness Spit, the New Dungeness Lighthouse, the Strait of Juan de Fuca, Hurricane Ridge, the Olympic Mountains, and Victoria, B.C., just across the water. We share our beach with the National Wildlife Refuge. Truly a one of a kind location on the Olympic Peninsula!

Lodging – all of our waterfront cottages have Queen beds, completely equipped full kitchens, whirlpool tubs/shower with skylights, CD player, cable TV, VCR/DVD and over 200 classic movies to entertain you. The suites each enjoy all of the above as well as a fireplace and a two-person whirlpool tub.  The Honeymoon Cottage has a queen bed, partial kitchen, two-person whirlpool tub, electric river-rock fireplace, CD player, and cable TV with DVD.

Free Wireless Internet access with a view!

New – an  800 sq. ft. meeting room at the Cottages!   The Dungeness Bay Lodge is a large, open room with cathedral pine ceilings, a river-rock, wood burning fireplace and a wall of picture windows with views of the Olympic mountains and the Strait of Juan de Fuca.  Table seating for up to 64 guests or reception seating for up to 80!

Planning a wedding, corporate meeting, reunion, retreat  or special, private event?  We have 6 cottages and 6 private hotel rooms/suites on site as well as 3 off-site properties  3/4 – 2  miles away for your use.  Total  hotel accommodations for up to 64 people!!

Available on site
~ Kayak  Rentals
.  Enjoy exploring beautiful Dungeness Bay with its’ abundant wildlife – or paddle out to the Dungeness Lighthouse from our private beach!  Rent by the hour or for the day for a truly memorable experience.
~ Bicycle Rentals.  The Dungeness valley – especially along Marine Drive is a scenic byway in a rural setting, perfect for meandering along on an old-fashioned cruiser.  The Olympic Discovery Trail is only a few miles away and winds through farmlands for 50 miles!  Local coffee shops and restaurants are also a short pedal away!
~ Snowshoe Rentals.  Hurricane Ridge is now open year round every day and is an exquisite location for both cross country skiing and snow-shoeing.  Located less than an hour from the Cottages with breathtaking views, this is an ideal mid-winter adventure location.

Gift Certificates Available.

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*3-Diamond Rating
*Located in Sequim, Washington
*Seven Waterfront Acre
*Strait of Juan de Fuca Views
*Olympic Mountain Views
*Private Beach
*whirlpool tubs
*full kitchens
*On-site kayak, snowshoe and bicycle rentals
*Gift Certificates Available
*Group Meeting Space for 64

"I was going to spend two nights, but ended up staying for a third, simply because it was so comfy and convenient. An awesome getaway!" ~ Heidi ~ TripAdvisor

"The location is absolutely perfect because we had an ocean view with beautiful sunsets and mountain views."
~ Cheryl ~ TripAdvisor

"We have been visiting Sequim and staying at the Juan de Fuca Cottages for many years now and never cease to be amazed at the tranquility and beauty of the setting."
~ W. Sherertz ~ TripAdvisor

"The owners are friendly down to earth people and will go out of their way to ensure you have great stay." ~ Covina ~ TripAdvisor

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