Nestled between driftwood-lined beaches and soaring evergreen forests along the western shore of Washington's Olympic Peninsula, Kalaloch Lodge serves as an excellent base camp for exploring Olympic National Park. This cozy, comfortable retreat offers a laid-back charm that'll help you relax and unwind as there are no TVs, telephones, or Wifi available in any of the rooms (TVs are only in 2 suites in the main lodge). Rooms in the Main Lodge either overlook the ocean and Kalaloch Creek or the Pacific Coast Highway. Cabins are set along the bluffs overlooking the ocean and feature either full kitchens or kitchenettes. The Seacrest House features rooms that all have balconies or patios that overlook the crashing waves of the Pacific Ocean.