Historic places are so named for their timeless qualities. Period architecture and furnishings, attention to detail, and a measure of craftsmanship in their construction that makes them just ooze “quality.” It’s these places that make the phrase “they don’t make them like they used to” really ring true. Lake Quinault Lodge is one such place. Built in 1926 and sitting above the shoreline of Lake Quinault with an expansive lawn out to the lake, the Lodge retains the turn of the century wooded feeling, with a warm and welcoming nature.
At the lodge you can unwind in front of the enormous fireplace, curl up with a good book by the lake, enjoy breakfast, lunch, or dinner in the historic Roosevelt Dining Room, fish or paddleboard in the morning sun, or take a hike into the northern rainforest. Whatever you do, you’ll find your perfect room at Lake Quinault Lodge.
The lodge includes an indoor pool, a sauna, a gift shop, and game rooms. In 2008, Lake Quinault Lodge was proudly featured in “Great Lodges of the National Parks” on PBS.