"Neither Europe or Asia or South America has a prospect in which sea and woods and snow mountains are so united in a landscape." . . . . a quote from the Kroll Map Company of this Evergreen Playground
Make memories that will last for a lifetime. Take a romantic getaway and enjoy day trips into the Olympic National Park, a vast wilderness with almost a million acres of mountain, forest and beaches. The quaint seaside city of Victoria with its beautiful gardens is only a ferry ride away.
Our oceanfront inn is centrally located on the Olympic Peninsula at the gateway to the Olympic National Park, just minutes away from it all. Hiking in the Olympic National Park, the Hoh Rain Forest, biking on the Olympic Discovery Trail, or beachcombing out to the New Dungeness Lighthouse. Golfing on nearby golf courses. Fishing, kayaking and sailing in the ocean. Skiing or sightseeing at Hurricane Ridge, Ruby Beach and Cape Flattery. Or hop on the ferry for a day trip to Victoria and the world-renowned Butchart Gardens. You name it...it's here! With sweeping views of the Olympic Mountains and the Pacific Ocean, you have found the best place to relax, rejuvenate and make memories.
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Experience these Panoramas . . . It's close to being here!
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Panoramic View of George Washington Inn from the lavender field
Panoramic View from the George Washington Inn Cupola
Panoramic View from George Washington's Mount Vernon Cupola
Panoramic View of the George Washington Inn & Estate
Facts about the Area
Average annual rainfall: 16 inches
Sunny days per year: 306
Miles of hiking trails in nearby Olympic National Park: 600
Number of glaciers in the Olympic mountains: 266
Number of bird species in Dungeness Wildlife Refuge: 250
Number of elk roaming the Sequim area: 50-60
Number of salmon species in the Dungeness River: 4
Height of tallest trees in Olympic rain forests: Over 300 feet
National Park Service
Sequim-Dungeness Valley Chamber of Commerce
Learn About Sequim (Indian term for "good hunting grounds", pronounced "skwim")
Why is Sequim Known as the Banana Belt?
Sequim Lavender Farm Faire - July 19-21, 2013
Washington's Oldest Continuing Festival - Sequim Irrigation Festival - May 3-12, 2013