B&B Family Farm

Where Should I Stay in Sequim, Washington?

Below are excellent options for places to stay in Sequim from a beautiful Studio to a 1963 Bus to luxury B&B’s to camping, there are options for everyone.

By. Zion Hilliker

Studio with a View

Studio with a View is an Airbnb rental that is as close to the lavender action on our farm is you can get. Nancy, our neighbor is a sweetheart, and their studio offers amazing views of our lavender, barn, and the Olympic Mountain range.

The 1963 Highliner School Bus

The 1963 Highliner School Bus is equally as close to our farm as Studio with a View, Our neighbor Karl’s 1963 Bus is a fun way to stay while you visit Sequim and the Olympic Peninsula. Karl is an awesome host with a frisbee golf course, horse shoes, fire pit, picnic area, and towering hop vines. Best of all, you can walk a few feet to our neighboring farm with your coffee for a relaxing stroll through our lavender.

Bed and Breakfast Options

Colette’s Bed and Breakfast

If you want luxury and breathtaking views, Colette’s is your answer. Colette’s is the definition of a luxury B&B here in Sequim, Washington. The rooms are immaculate and comfortable while offering breathtaking views of the Strait of Juan De Fuca and neighboring Canada. Moreover, the chef and crew at Colette’s is top notch! Kristy, the owner, and her crew will make you feel right at home.



The Greenhouse Inn

The Greenhouse Inn is a gorgeous B&B right on the edge of the water at Dungeness Spit, only a few miles from our farm. The breathtaking views of both the water and mountains are hard to beat. The rooms are beautiful and comfortable. Owners, Craig and Michelle, will make you feel right at home.


Camping Options

Sequim Bay State Park

Sequim Bay State Park is an excellent spot for tent camping.There are also RV hookups.  Check out their website for reservations and pricing.  It is on the far East side of Sequim which makes coming into town about a 10 minute drive.  Easy access to the Olympic Discovery Trail and gorgeous views of Sequim bay.  

John Wayne Marina

Named after, you guessed it, John Wayne; this marina is a great spot for boat launching, tent camping, or RV camping. John Wayne bequeathed this land to the Port of Port Angeles prior to his death.  Plenty to do and see here and not quite as far as the state park.  Very close to the 7 Cedars Casino. The John Wayne Marina is a great spot to soak in the great outdoors all within a short trip back to civilization.