Dabob Bay Guest House
At the Dabob Bay Guest House you’ll enjoy a beautiful nature escape with rare west-facing views of Dabob Bay, beautiful sunsets over snow-capped Olympic Mountains, and prime shellfish beach. Truly a couples retreat with shared perennial gardens and one of the nicest beaches on Hood Canal. This studio guest home will accommodate 2.
600 sq ft Home
Cooking Utensils Provided
Shared Gardens & Patio
One Parking Space
Night stands with lamp w/ cell phone plug and outlet
No Smoking Allowed
(in US dollars)
Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard
Peak Rate (May 16 – Sept 15):
$135-$145 night – 3 nt minimum
11.0% Sales & Lodging Tax
$130.00 Non-refundable Cleaning Fee + credit card processing fee.
Things to Do
Beachcombing and Shellfishing
Kayaking and Boating
Hiking the Olympic National Forest
Golf at Port Ludlow Championship Course
Preparing your seafood bounty
Sit by the campfire and make s'mores
Living Area & Kitchen
The living area and kitchen occupy one side of the studio, complete with a small table, full fridge, stove top/microwave and mini oven. Living area has over-sized chairs for your comfort. Satellite TV/DVD player and mini stereo w/CD player.
The sleeping area is separated from the living area & kitchen by a gorgeous antique walnut wardrobe. Features include a queen-size lux bed, side tables with lamp, two dressers, a vanity and partial west-facing views of Dabob Bay and the snow-capped Olympic Mountains. Here’s where you relax after your day on the beach and capture the beautiful sunsets and western skies.
The bath is amazing. This bath does not feature a shower; the cast iron tub with handheld shower head does the job. Above counter sink, granite counter top, and hand-made tile floor.
Pristine Dabob Bay is highly sought after for its abundant shellfish and warm clear waters. The trail to the beach has a bridge over a creek, stairs, and easy natural trail through the woods. The woods open up to the beach which features SAND at the landward edge, then graduates to a more rocky terrain to clam and oyster beds. If you stay during low tides, this beach also has quite a long natural shelf with a very gradual run off – perfect for beach combing and swimming.