Here on the estate, you'll see bald eagles, Great Horned owls, Great Blue herons, red-wing blackbirds, pileated woodpeckers, peregrine falcons, red-tailed hawks, black-tail deer, wigeons, pintails, gold finches--even bobcats. Want to see a bald eagle nest with new chicks? Visit us in May and early June. The Steller's Jay is a common forager in our orchard beginning in May. California Quail march their young around our Little Quail Lake in early June and rare Belted Kingfishers make their annual pilgrimage to fish our ponds in late June. As soon as the daylilies bloom, our gardens are full of hummingbirds.
Want to see hundreds of irridescent turquoise dragonflies flitting through the cattails on our ponds? Then be sure to visit in late July and early August. The natural wetlands here teem with life throughout the seasons. Even in Winter, you'll find green-winged teal ducks on our ponds from November through March.
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- Wide-screen flatpanel HDTV-DVD Resort robes
- Luggage racks, built-in hair dryers Jacuzzi/Hot Tub
- BBQ Utensils
- Stove - Electric Refrigerator
- Microwave Ice Maker
- Full Kitchen Dishwasher
- Coffee Maker TV/VCR
- Phone Linens provided
- High Speed Internet Fireplace
- CD Player Cable/Satellite TV
- Air Conditioning Mountain views
- Stainless steel gas grills
The Hotel Features: All accommodations feature fireplaces, King-size beds topped with luxurious 400+ threadcount, 100% cotton percale sheets, down comforters & European duvets, stylish full baths and 32-inch widescreen, flat-panel HDTV-DVDs. Additional creature comforts include CD players, resort robes, luggage racks, botanical toiletries, and built-in hair dryers. Rates for luxury B&B suites in the Main Lodge include a full hot gourmet breakfast while the private cottages provide the convenience of a self-catering option with beautiful gourmet kitchens with upscale gadgets, dishwashers—even icemakers. Private cottages also have sunny patios or decks with garden furniture and stainless-steel gas grills.
- Dungeness Crab & Seafood Festival Lavender Farms
- Sequim Lavender Festival Wildlife Viewing
- Camping & Hiking Sledding
- Cross Country Skiing Windsurfing
- Sailing Fishing
- Boating Spa
- Sightseeing Shopping
- Restaurants Museums
- Golf Biking
- Juan de Fuca Festival of the Arts Kayaking
- Snow-shoeing Concerts in the Barn -- Olympic Music Festival
Centrally located on the Olympic Peninsula, the Lodge is literally minutes to the main Visitor Center at the Olympic National Park. The drive to the summit of Hurricane Ridge with its Sound of Music vistas is one of our guests' favorites. Great beachcombing and bird watching at the Dungeness Spit & National Wildlife Refuge—rated one of the best beach hikes in the West by Sunset Magazine—is less than 10 minutes by car. While our location is secluded and extremely private, the Lavender farms and quaint shops in Sequim, as well as the bustling Port Angeles waterfront and the ferries to Victoria, B.C. are all just minutes away. We're a quick 35-minute trip to the waterfall trails at Lake Crescent and only 45-minutes to the Victorian seaport of Port Townsend which hosts the Wooden Boat Festival each September. It's a pleasant morning drive to both the Hoh Rain Forest and wild and rugged Pacific Ocean beaches. Downtown Seattle is just 1.5 hours from the Lodge.
- Several idyllic ponds and creek on property Near water
- Near lake Near beach
Sequim Bed and Breakfasts - Lost Mountain Lodge
Lisa S. Hostvedt
Lost Mountain Lodge ID: 35468