Sequim, WA, Lost Mountain Lodge

“Romantic and elegant, this lodge is tucked away on 6 acres of sunny meadows. [the owners]...attend to the smallest details and add a personal touch to create a perfectly romantic affair. The great room is lined with windows for wildlife watching or cozing up to the two-story fieldstone fireplace. The three private suites are spacious and airy with king beds, fireplaces, and large private bathrooms, one with a steam room.”

Best Places Northwest 2005
3-stars
Highest lodging rating on the Olympic Peninsula
“Lost Mountain Lodge sits in perfect harmony with its environment at the edge of the Olympic National Park . . . a haven for both guests and wildlife. The interior is stunning: huge windows and an open-plan design with a 27-foot vaulted ceiling give a marvelous sense of space and light. Furnishings are tasteful and of the highest quality and the color scheme brings in the outdoors, with the gray-green carpet echoing the color of the ponds . . .
Guest rooms are sophisticated and luxurious.”

Karen Brown’s Guides
Pacific Northwest Charming Inns & Itineraries
2004 and 2005
Highly-recommended

“Surrounded by 6 acres of sunny meadows and cottage gardens, this secluded bed-and-breakfast, opened in 2001, offers three spacious and refined suites. With amenities like vaulted ceilings, large floor plans, wood-burning fireplaces, king-size beds, down comforters, TV-VCRS-DVDS, and comfortable sitting areas, this contemporary lodging makes for a very appealing getaway . . . Draw a bath, light a few candles (provided) and a fire in the fireplace, add some lavender crystals (also provided) to the water, and savor the view from the tub. . . The décor throughout is tasteful, soothing and refreshingly unfussy. The owners, who are happy to help you plan your visit around the area, make you feel at home: sparkling cider, crackers, and crab dip are brought to your room shortly after your arrival . . . The plentiful and delicious breakfast of muffins, bagels, seasonal fruit, juice, coffee, and yogurt is assembled in a basket, and you choose whether you'd prefer to savor it in the privacy of your room, or outside by the pond . . . A star-gazing dip in the hydrotherapy spa is a romantic treat after you return from dinner in town . . .”

Best Places to Kiss 2004
3-stars

Each year Arrington's Inn Traveler Magazine publishes its Book of Lists that rates and ranks bed & breakfasts and country inns across the country using surveys submitted by inn guests.

Lost Mountain Lodge was honored with the "Best Weekend Escape in North America 2005" Book of Lists award, and was ranked #2 of 15 inns across the country.

Lost Mountain Lodge had the distinction of being the only West coast inn in the United States included on this prestigious list.
Each year Arrington's Inn Traveler Magazine publishes its Book of Lists that rates and ranks bed & breakfasts and country inns across the country using surveys submitted by inn guests.

Lost Mountain Lodge was honored with the "Best in the Pacific Northwest 2004" Book of Lists awards, and was ranked #4 of 15 inns in the Pacific Northwest.
“We chose a large room in the main Lodge with a wood-burning fireplace, fluffy down comforter and line-dried sheets that smelled of sunshine. Lying cozily in bed, we relished the silence—broken only by the lonely call of night birds. In the morning, a discreet knock at the door announced the arrival of a breakfast basket full of fresh-from-the-oven scones, seasonal berries, and a thermos of hot, milky lattés. It was a cool morning so we wrapped up in quilts and ate breakfast out on the deck overlooking the grassy meadow and the ponds. We saw a lovely little herd of deer -- with two little fawns born last summer.”

Mountain Living Magazine February 2003
Cover Story: A Perfect Weekend on the Olympic Peninsula