George Washington Inn is unique in many ways, and for that reason it is frequently mentioned in the news. From its historic ties to George Washington’s Mount Vernon Estate in Virginia to its lavender farm and the numerous events held on site, George Washington Inn & Estate welcomes visitors from around the world, and these visitors find good reasons to share their experience with their friends and others.
The many local events bring reporters, photographers, and bloggers who then feature the events in their respective news outlets. Is it any wonder that George Washington Inn & Estate is featured in the news in a wide variety of media? Come and find out for yourself why this is such a special place.
If lavish is what you want…
“Rather than hotels, Port Angeles’ hospitality may be best experienced at one of its many Bed and Breakfasts… If lavish is what you want, there’s also the opulent George Washington Inn, framed by fields of lavender on the Olympic peninsula.”
This looks familiar: B&Bs with a twist
“What’s better than easing into a B&B where you can feel presidential, get a little taste of Mayberry or immerse yourself in Shakespearean intrigue?”
B&B’s and Coffee: Where Local Flavors Take Flight
“Java lovers rejoice! A number of B&B’s across the country have embraced the bean, and the results make for very stimulating stays. Of course you are aware that inns offer coffee as a beverage option to complement their bounty of delicious breakfasts, but what may be news to you is that many of them provide options originating from local producers. So let’s fill your cup with the knowledge you need to alleviate your caffeine fix with a premium blend of inns that feature killer coffee.”
Olympic Peninsula B&B is startling replica of George Washington’s house.
“Like I said, you just never know what you’ll see when you take a few zigs and zags off the highway on the far side of Sequim.”
History resurrected at NW Colonial Festival
“To time travel back to April 19, 1775, officials with the George Washington Society have organized a multi-day festival centered on the battles of Lexington Green and the Old North Bridge – events credited with launching the Revolutionary War.”
Muskets and lavender: Revolutionary War re-enactments part of Sequim Lavender Weekend
“The inn — a luxury bed-and-breakfast at 939 Finn Hall Road, between Port Angeles and Sequim on a bluff overlooking the Strait of Juan de Fuca — is a re-creation of George Washington’s home in Mount Vernon, Va.”
“My husband and I stayed here for two nights during our 1 year anniversary trip to Washington. As we pulled down the flower lined road, we were blown away by the beauty of the Inn and property. Once inside, we received wonderful, friendly hospitality and felt right at home. From the beautiful room we stayed in, to the service, to the breakfasts, we felt comfortable and blessed to be there. Our second morning we saw a deer grazing in the backyard as well as an eagle swooping through the sky: regular visitors to this Inn. We loved every minute of our stay and we can not recommend it enough. Please make a stop here if you are visiting or live in the state!”
“It’s so easy to curl up in one of the terry cloth robes and just sit and watch the ships slide by across the water while enjoying our evening cocktail. The bath tub was glorious. The bed was divine. Where did they get those sheets?! The breakfasts were delicious. Our hosts Dan and Janet were friendly and present if needed. In general, I would highly recommend this bed and breakfast for a special get away. We were celebrating our 25th wedding anniversary and staying here made it even more amazing.”
“This was our second stay at the George Washington Inn. Superb! Great rooms with view of the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the inn’s lavender farm. We used this spot as our base for exploring Olympic National Park. Great breakfasts with the Inn’s hosts, Dan and Janet. We’ll be staying there again.”