Cabins near Port Angeles

Enjoy the comforts of a Port Angeles cabin within easy reach of Olympic National Park.

Cabins near Port Angeles guide


Overlooking the Strait of Juan de Fuca, which separates Washington's Olympic Peninsula from Canada, Port Angeles has been a popular getaway for Washingtonians since 1961, when the Hood Canal Bridge was constructed to link the town to the Puget Sound. Ferry service also connects Port Angeles with Victoria on Canada's Vancouver Island, so the town gets plenty of visitors from the US and Canada alike. Many travelers also use Port Angeles as a base for exploring Olympic National Park, particularly those who prefer vacation rentals or cabins over camping. As the area gets tons of park tourists, there are plenty of cabin rentals, winter chalets, and tiny houses to choose from, both in town and in surrounding communities such as Sequim. Options run the gamut from simple treehouse lodging to quaint cottages—look out for amenities like full kitchens, queen-sized beds, wood stoves, laundry, and rustic details. Those who need wifi or pet-friendly accommodations have options too.

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