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We made a trip from Vancouver/Cn to Seattle/Wa to the olympic national rainforest and had one night in Andreas Huckleberry Lodge in Forks. This place has something which is absolutely amazing.
After 3 week trip (WA-MT-ID-OR-CA) and approx. 3000 miles on the road we have...More
Agree with other reviewers that options in Forks are limited, so Huckleberry is probably still a good choice, but I was disappointed.
The good: glamping tent was comfortable with plenty of blankets provided, the grounds were quiet and well-kept, and check-in/out was fast because it...More
We had booked this cabin prior to the new ownership. One of the main draws was the campfire breakfast and the wonderful reviews we had read about it. Upon getting up this morning and waiting to see some activity at the cooking area, we realized...More
We absolutely Loved this place. Andrea the manager/ head chief was so friendly and upbeat it added to the positive experience. We stayed in one of the RV sites they had conveniently located next to the bathroom/shower/sauna/ and laundry room. We stayed for 5 nights...More
My family of 4 stayed in cabin #2 for one night. The cabin was charming and the perfect size for our family of 4. The cabin was clean. We enjoyed the yummy breakfast of lavender, blueberry pancakes and farm-fresh eggs made by the hostess. We...More
They vary by season, and by what cabin you're looking at.
"Rates" is one of the main tabs from the homepage. They range from $70 - $132 as of August 2014.
If you google "Huckleberry Lodge Forks, WA" it will come right up
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"I don't think there is one room better than the other. All are so darn cute."