A real log cabin built especially for travelers to the Olympic Peninsula. We have been operating since 2009 as a licensed business with the goal of providing clean, comfortable lodging for visitors. The cabin is 7.5 miles south of Forks, close to the entrance to the Hoh Rainforest and midway between area beaches. We are so thankful for many compliments and returning guests. Occasional single night reservations are open off-season weekdays. We'll do our best to respond quickly!
There is ample parking space, covered porch with picnic tables and bench. A charcoal BBQ and fire pit are outside. Charcoal and wood are provided. Complimentary tea & coffee, and free domestic long distance calling.
The cabin is about 100 yards from our primary residence. A private trail circumscribes the property and leads past a few old growth spruce, parallels the river, and has a small bridge that overlooks a (seasonal these days) waterfall.
Interaction with guests
We respect your privacy and do not provide daily housekeeping service, though there are plenty of spare linens should you need them. We are almost always available for questions or assistance.
We do not have public laundry facilities
There is a strict no pet policy as several guests have allergies
Sandra and VJ are retired educators who have lived on the property since 1979. The cabin was started in 2006 and is completely hand-crafted. VJ has built many homes in the Forks area, has worked for Habitat for Humanity, and built the Forks Timber Museum with high school carpentry students. Sandra is a quilter and gardener. We both enjoy the outdoors, local wildlife, and especially enjoy attracting birds to the property.