We Found The Top 7 Unique Accommodations on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula

The Olympic Peninsula is the most enchanting, mystical, and physically diverse part of the Pacific Northwest. It has everything from misty ocean beaches to an enormous temperate rainforest, and if you’re lucky enough to live in Washington, you should absolutely explore as much of it as possible.

And while there are plenty of campgrounds and a few hotels and lodges on the peninsula, you may prefer a more unique experience. Just look at these charming rentals we found on Airbnb:

1. This cozy cottage that sits right on the shores of Lake Crescent.

Lake Crescent is one of the most breathtaking bodies of water in the state, and this cabin is steps from its shores. The cottage has two bedrooms, a full bathroom, a kitchen, and sweeping views from every corner.

2. A quaint little cabin in the woods by the sea.

Need to get away from it all? This little cedar cabin sits just a few miles north of the tiny beach town of Moclips. And while it’s definitely rustic, it also has comforts like a queen bed, tiled bathroom, well-stocked kitchen, and outdoor fire pit.

3. How about a luxurious glamping tent with sweeping views?

This glamping tent is just 15 minutes from downtown Port Angeles, but you’ll feel like you’re in your own world. Between the solar power, propane heat, and lack of WiFi, you’ll be able to go totally off the grid . . . and the stargazing is incredible.

4. Mick’s Yurt at Hoh Rainforest Resort

Mick’s Yurt was home to the star of the Nat Geo series, The Legend of Mick Dodge. The space is small, but it’s filled with soft bedding and comfortable seating. There’s even an outdoor shower and a nearby sauna.

5. And then there’s this awesome underground dome house!

This custom built 500 square foot home can sleep five guests comfortably. You’ll have half an acre of privacy, all the comforts of home (including WiFi) and bragging rights about sleeping in the coolest place ever.

6. How about a cute little llama room on a farm?

This sprawling farm has set up a private bedroom for a farm stay experience you’ll never forget. Your hosts will grant you access to the entire home as well as the outdoor hot tub, pool, and cedar sauna. Plus, there are adorable animals everywhere.

7. Last but not least, you can sleep in a yacht (in a meadow).

You won’t have to worry about getting seasick in this retired yacht. Meadowlark is a 1938 PNW cruiser that sits comfortably on dry land and features four beds, a tiny kitchen, and lasting memories.

Ready for a getaway? Your next Pacific Northwest adventure awaits.

Address: Olympic Peninsula, Washington 98331, USA

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