Port Angeles Bed and Breakfast Inn
It's time to start thinking about jolly old Saint Nick and we have the perfect solution. A gift certificate that can be used when the recipient ready for a great getaway in 2016 is the perfect answer.
Also to take advantage of our Fall/Winter special this year is any room with a two night stay is $125/night any day of the week (excluding holidays) until December 15 mention the website when making your reservations. Get your holiday season off to a great start.
The Five SeaSuns, a Port Angeles, Washington Bed and Breakfast Inn-- Established 1996.
Welcome to the Five SeaSuns Website! Get away from the rush of today to a place that is comfortably inviting, friendly and serene when you are visiting the Port Angeles - Sequim area or the Olympic National Park.
The warmth of this, the only historic bed and breakfast located in the heart of Port Angeles, WA with just the right touch of simple elegance invites you back to the romance and charm of the 1920's.
What our guests say:
If we come back to Washington's West Side and ONP again, we will surely want to stay with you. Can't beat those cookies! We again thank you for your hospitality."
A note to share with you how nice it was to pull into PA as late as we did and you were able to accommodate us. It was a very comforting, reassuring feeling to know we would have such nice accommodations with a sumptuous breakfast. The trip had been grueling in terms of length of time in the car; to end our day in the lap of luxury was a huge relief. Thank you. Also wanted to comment on Bob's lemon cookies...absolutely the best.
John & Stephenie
Gig Harbor WA
Thanks for stopping by and we look forward to your stay with us at the Five SeaSuns. We are Bob & Jan, and we opened our Port Angeles, Washington Bed and Breakfast in 1996 after a year of renovations on the house and grounds.
We love meeting people and enjoy making them feel at ease and comfortable in our inn. We both like to cook and try new recipes. Bob actually used to make up to 30 pies a day when we owned a sandwich and pie shop in Boise, ID.
Your next trip to the Olympic Peninsula
Imagine finding yourself in a place where relaxation with a touch of refinement makes you feel very special. We still have all the "modern conveniences" like wifi for our guests but we hope you will take time to enjoy life on the simpler side, especially when it comes with a fresh baked cookie right out of the oven!
"Oh! Those cookies!" Bob has baked 53,596 cookies since we opened, but who's counting! He's become a master cookie baker. He'll have them ready about 4:00!
Hurricane Ridge trails are open, the beaches are pristine and as always there is something happening in the gardens here at the inn. There's always a place to hike in the Park either up to Hurricane Hill, in the Rain Forest or on the beaches. Come and stay awhile--you'll be glad you did!
The trails in the park are open year round and there is a lot of great hiking. Bring your bikes and enjoy a ride on the Discovery Trail with a ride through the farmlands and along the Strait of Juan de Fuca. It will soon be time to start thinking about a snowshoe trek or some cross-country skiing. Leaves are turning and there is a nip in the air these days.
Planning your summer vacation? Unpack your bags and enjoy your stay! You'll only have to pack them to return home after an uncomplicated and restful vacation. You can do it all from here. Be sure you allow enough time to take it all in. Come see what awaits you in Olympic National Park on the ocean beaches and at the Five SeaSuns Bed & Breakfast in Port Angeles.
Memorable Port Angeles Get Away or Vacation
Port Angeles is the place for a getaway or a memorable vacation any time of year. We were just selected as Outside magazine's West Coast division champ as "Best Town Ever" for 2015! Lots of fun shops to explore and, of course, some of the finest restaurants and wineries in western Washington for a really great way to finish up your days away from it all. When planning your getaway, remember that we are at the heart of the Olympic Peninsula here in Port Angeles.
We will start your day with fresh brewed coffee in the kitchen followed by our delightful Pacific Northwest breakfast specialties served by candlelight. Bob is known for his amazing Dutch Babies and those fresh baked croissants first thing in the morning are hard to top! Except maybe with some strawberry jam ... Join us and find out who wears the apron in the kitchen and why we received the "Best Breakfast" and "Best Garden" awards from Arrington's B&B Journal.
Visit Beautiful, Victoria, BC and Olympic National Park
A day trip to Victoria, B.C., (we'll take you to the ferry and pick you up on your return), birding at Dungeness Spit, a hike to Marymere Falls, beachcombing and storm watching at Rialto Beach and a dip at the Sol Duc Hot Springs are just the beginning. You can explore Hurricane Ridge, the Hoh Rain Forest, Ruby Beach, Kalaloch and Lake Quinault and still be back in time for dinner!
Make Five SeaSuns your "home" base for day trips to explore everything on the Peninsula. It's the perfect time to visit one of our country's greatest treasures--a national park. A wonderful value anytime, but especially in this economy--a 7-day park pass for $15.00 opens up a world for exploration, relaxation and adventure.
Alaskan Cruise? Visit Port Angeles and Stay at The Five SeaSuns!
Are you planning on "sailing into the sunset" on an Alaska cruise? Be sure to include time before your Seattle departure or upon your return to visit Olympic National Park. It is a MUST SEE as part of a trip to the Pacific Northwest.
Whether you are looking for Port Angeles lodging, Olympic National Park lodging, Olympic Peninsula lodging, or a Victoria bed and breakfast, Five SeaSuns is really the place to stay.
Our Port Angeles Bed & Breakfast Inn is the ideal place to begin and end your days as you visit the area. From Hurricane Ridge to a great afternoon wine tasting at our local wineries, there's always something to do on the Olympic Peninsula, you can even enjoy live theater and a symphony!
Or finish your day with a walk along the Ediz Hook, just a short distance from the inn and watch the sunset over the Strait of Juan de Fuca.