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7 Cedars Golf Course

Golf The Peninsula!

The winter months on the Olympic Peninsula bring less rain than Seattle and allow our local area golf courses to stay open year-round.   Book your stay now and head out to a course that showcases some of the most amazing views you will ever witness on a golf course.  Stay with us and we would love for you to come share a memorable golfing experience at Peninsula Golf Club, located adjacent to the hotel!

Then,  take a swing at the course voted BEST GOLF COURSE in Evening Magazines "Best Northwest Escapes" voters poll THREE years in a row, The Cedars at Dungeness, located 20 minutes from the hotel,  is not your average golf course. This year-round 6,610-yard, par 72, 18-hole Championship course is known to be the driest course in Western Washington. 

Inquire at the front desk about passes to both courses.

So, come enjoy some beautiful scenery while playing the best courses in the Northwest!

Lavender Festival

Sequim Lavender Festival

Solely produced and managed by the member-growers of the Sequim Lavender Growers Association™, the Sequim Lavender Festival® will expand its production to include activities and regional attractions for the modern family and visitors of all ages.

The Growers Association members will offer original and hand-created gifts and personal care items produced from their Sequim lavender harvest at their attractive vendor booths. The imagination is limitless when it involves the ancient and modern uses of lavender – from hydrating oils, lotions and soaps, relaxing eye pillows, culinary ingredients and pet apparel to the beautifully prepared lavender bouquets and lavender buds. And, of course, unique and hard-to-locate lavender plants will be available at the Street Fair and the farms.July 21, 22, and 23.

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Local Attractions

Easily travel to these attractions during your visit:

  • Olympic National Park (entrance - 2 miles)
  • Hurricane Ridge (17 miles)
  • Peninsula Golf Course (adjacent to the hotel)
  • Lake Crescent (18 miles)
  • Salt Creek Recreation (20 miles)
  • Sol Duc Falls (44 miles)
  • Rialto Beach and the Pacific Ocean (70 miles)
  • Hoh and Quinault Rainforests (88 miles)
  • Ferry Terminal to Victoria, Britich Columbia (2 miles)

With first-hand, expert advice the Olympic Lodge guest service agents can help you plan your travels throughout the peninsula and find everything needed for an exscellent stay.

The Olympic Lodge staff can provide information, schedules, and suggest parking options, if you are traveling by ferry to Victoria, British Columbia.  The Black Ball Ferry is located just 2 miles from the Olympic Lodge. 

Begin planning your next trip to Port Angeles and the surrounding area by giving us a call at 360-452-2993.