George Washington Inn, a bed and breakfast on the Olympic Peninsula, sits on a high bluff overlooking the Strait of Juan de Fuca much like Mount Vernon, George Washington’s home, sits on a hill overlooking the Potomac River. When this coastal meadow was purchased in 2002, the new owners, Dan & Janet Abbott, vowed to share the unique property with others and to nurture it into something worthy of its natural beauty. The Mount Vernon-like setting inspired us to build an Olympic Peninsula bed and breakfast inn that would give others an opportunity to reflect on the faith of George Washington and our founding fathers and the spiritual legacy that they left to their countrymen and their successive generations.
George Washington Inn was established with an enduring commitment to live up to the integrity and respect that the name commands. We remain steadfast to the high standard set by the Washington name and intend to make the inn one of the best places to stay in the Olympic Peninsula.
Enjoy George Washington’s tradition of warm, gracious hospitality as an honored guest of the George Washington Inn & Estate. Enjoy the comfort of modern luxury yet get a sense for the legacy of George Washington. Our desire is that you will be refreshed and inspired by our Creator’s incredible handiwork in the surrounding landscape and “discover a country house of an elegant and majestic simplicity” (as penned by J. P. Brissot de Warville after a visit to Mount Vernon in 1788). Find your perfect getaway in the simple elegance and comfort of the Olympic Peninsula’s most distinctive bed and breakfast, nestled along the Strait of Juan de Fuca between Sequim and Port Angeles.