Where to Stay in La Push, Washington

As the creator of UniquePNW, I search high and low for super special places to stay in our corner of the world. I think the Pacific Northwest is such a fascinating and diverse area!

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We have it all: forests, mountains, oceans, deserts, valleys, etc. We have a plethora of important cultures that make our areas unique as well.

My mission is to find distinctive places for people to enjoy in our amazing area and to dive deeper into the culture and history our area brings.

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A lush, green, jungle-like oasis that puts the evergreen in The Evergreen State. It’s home to gorgeous ocean shores, ancient trees, dense foliage, and werewolves.

The La Push Area

The Quileute Oceanside Resort has it all from campsites,  ocean-view motels and luxury cabins with some of the most stunning views I have ever seen! 

Quileute Oceanside Resort

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If you’re looking for a secluded place surrounded by wildlife, greenery, and you love a wonderful glamping experience, then Hideaway 205 at Three Rivers is perfect for you! 

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Hideaway 205 at Three Rivers

Located just over 20 minutes from La Push, this B&B has eight spacious rooms that span across three floors. Almost all of their guest rooms have an electric fireplace and a jetted tub.

Miller Tree Inn Bed and Breakfast

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Great for clean accommodations on a budget. They have your standard King and Queen rooms, a suite with a kitchen if you’re needing more space, and a “Twilight” themed room!

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Pacific Inn

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