Welcome to the Five SeaSuns website. Come stay with us at our top-rated Port Angeles, Washington bed and breakfast! Our 1926 historic home provides lodging in a comfortably inviting, friendly, and relaxing environment for exploring the beautiful Olympic Peninsula. We are centrally located in-town, minutes from the Hurricane Ridge Entrance of Olympic National Park, 10 blocks from the Ferry Terminal to Victoria, BC, and close to downtown Port Angeles shopping and restaurants.
Relax and rest in one of the finely appointed, unique, and comfortable guest rooms, explore the beautiful outdoor space and gardens, relax in our warm and cozy living room, and savor a full gourmet breakfast.
The warmth of this 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.
Relaxation on your Next Trip to the Olympic Peninsula
Imagine finding yourself in a peaceful and relaxing oasis where you feel at home. Step back in time with a stay in this historic Dutch Colonial 1920’s era home that is the perfect location for exploring the area during the day and unwinding in the afternoon and evening. Caroline will welcome you with warm hospitality and homemade cookies and provide all the tips you need for a memorable getaway or special celebration.
There’s always a place to hike in the National Park, up to Hurricane Ridge, to nearby Madison or Marymere waterfalls, in the Hoh Rain Forest, or along pristine Lake Crescent or one of the many beaches. Come and stay a while – you’ll be glad you did!
The trails in the park are open year-round, and you can even ski, snowboard, or snowshoe in winter. 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. Or, spend a day out on the water kayaking or whale watching.
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 that 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 in Port Angeles.
Start your day with freshly brewed Seattle’s Best coffee in the kitchen followed by a delightful breakfast in the dining room that includes juice, fresh fruits and vegetables in season, pastries, egg dishes, and bacon or sausage. Caroline is known for her fresh-baked almond croissants, and a gourmet breakfast the first thing in the morning will prepare you for a day of adventure! Let us know if you have dietary needs or preferences as we are happy to ensure that your needs are met with a variety of options.
Visit Beautiful Victoria, BC and Olympic National Park
A day trip to Victoria, BC, (we are located just 10 blocks uphill from the ferry terminal), birding at Dungeness Spit, a hike to Marymere Falls, beachcombing at Salt Creek Recreation Area, 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. We have an excellent in-town location so that you can walk to downtown while being close to Olympic National Park and all of the nearby attractions for a memorable Port Angeles getaway vacation.
Alaskan Cruise? Visit Port Angeles and Stay at The Five SeaSuns!
Are you planning on heading out on an adventure on an Alaska cruise? Be sure to include time before your Seattle departure or upon your return to visit Olympic National Park, a must see as part of a trip to the Pacific Northwest.
Whether you are looking for lodging while visiting Olympic National Park, the Olympic Peninsula, or as a stopover on the way to and from Victoria B.C., our Port Angeles bed and breakfast 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.
Or finish your day with a walk along Ediz Hook, just a short distance from the inn, and watch the sunset over the Strait of Juan de Fuca.