This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$250 - $300 per night 1 night min stay
Recent Forks reviews
"We love the location of this house. You can travel every direction and see the beauty of the Pacific Northwest Peninsula--the nearby beaches, Cape Flattery, Lake Crescent, Sequim, and the ferry to Victoria. We drove to Kalaloch but you could go farther down the coast if you wanted to. The house is very inviting and comfortable. We were there during the heat wave, but the fans in the windows in the evening and night made it cool and the beds were excellent. There were four of us (2 couples) and we highly recommend this home."Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 22, 2014View listing
"This cabin was perfect! It had everything we needed! We really wanted a peaceful place to stay with our families and it exceeded our expectations! The place was very clean and inviting. We loved the special s'more sticks and the fire wood all ready to go. We enjoyed a fire in the morning and at night. If we come back to the area, we will definitely stay here!"Guest: jamie k. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 1, 2014View listing
"We stayed in the larger side of the Wood Street Guest House. It has a family room, dinning area, fully equipped kitchen (but no microwave), office room, bathroom, and 2 bedrooms. One bedroom has a queen bed and a futon couch bed, TV with satellite, games, and a few dvds. The other bedroom has a queen bed and dresser. We were pleased to find a washer/dryer combination in this unit which was an added plus for our vacation. As for the house - we had a very comfortable stay. We have a 13 year old daughter and a 9 year old son. We all slept wonderfully. We were spoiled by the gourmet kitchen and enjoyed cooking. As said before we were on a 2 week trip, so the washer dryer combo was a plus for us when we arrived so we wouldn't waste a day of our trip at the laundromat. We could put the kids to bed and chat in the family room. The kids had yard space to play and wear off their energy. We had access to the internet which was great to help us plan our adventures, check the weather, etc. We stayed in Forks for 5 days. We were able to see the sights in Forks (for our 13 year old daughter the "Twilight" fan), La Push and Rialto Beaches, Hoh Rainforest (Hall of Mosses & other hiking), Kalaloch Beaches, Lake Crescent & Marymere Falls, and Port Angeles. At this location we were able to hit the beaches, hike, sight see, enjoy Olympic National Park, etc. It's a great location. The owners Justin & Dylan are nice, and were available. A big thank you to them for a wonderful stay!"Guest: Chas G. Date of Stay: June 2014 Review Submitted: July 13, 2014View listing
"We loved this place! It is very private, secluded, and comfortable and the owner has provided everything we could possibly need. The trails take you on a trip through the past, where you can see the remnants of the old giant trees, and at the same time the standing forest is tranquil and beautiful. The owner is very kind and goes out of her way to accommodate her guests. We recommend it as a place to stay while exploring the Hoh Rain Forest."Guest: Tree lover Date of Stay: July 2014 Review Submitted: July 21, 2014View listing
Forks Travel Tips
Forks Lodging Provides the Beauty of Nature
A lot of people have gone to Forks because of the Twilight movies, but there are plenty of other great reasons to go there. The natural beauty of the area and all of the things to explore on the Olympic Peninsula can make your trip into a great one, and Forks lodging gives you plenty of places to stay. It will feel just like home when you settle into one of the Forks cabins that are available. There are great amenities to choose from, so be sure to ask if you have something specific that's important to you. There are so many Olympic Peninsula vacation rentals available that you'll have an excellent chance of finding the things you want - all the time surrounded by natural beauty and wilderness.
What to See Near Forks Cabins
The Forks Timber Museum is worth a look while you're in the area. The Pacific Northwest has been a big timber area for a very long time, and a lot of the towns that are there today came about because of timber. The history of the area is significant and important. There is also the Indian Village of La Push to see, as well as the Hurricane Ridge Visitor's Center in Olympic National Park. None of those great sites are far from the Forks cabins, so you can go see them for the day and then settle in for the night at the Forks lodging of your choice.
Don't Forget the Great Restaurants While You're There
Seafood restaurants are among the most popular, but there are also other choices. While you're exploring the Olympic Peninsula, be sure to try out South North Gardens and Forks Coffee Shop, as well as Pacific Pizza. You'll find so many selections near your Forks lodging that even the pickiest eaters will have a lot of choices.