100 Small Romantic
Hotels & Places

Come discover 100 of the most romantic small hotels and places in the world.


Romantic Places in Washington

Olympic Peninsula

Located west of Seattle, the wild and scenic peninsula contains Olympic National Park, ocean coastline, pristine lakes, snowy peaks, and the only temperate rain forest in the Northern Hemisphere. From Port Angeles you can take a ferry over to Victoria on Canada’s Vancouver Island.

Domaine Madeline

146 Wildflower Lane Port Angeles, WA

An elegant romantic hotel sitting on 5 acres of garden, forest and scenic waterfront.

T: +1 360 457-4174. 5 room b&b. US$ 160-

Kitsap Peninsula

Surrounded by saltwater shoreline and located in the heart of Puget Sound between the Olympic and Cascade Mountain.

Manor Farm Inn

26069 Big Valley Rd. N.E., Poulsbo, WA

Impeccably restored 25 acre farm. Rose trellised white farmhouse with exposed beams, French country antiques.

7 room b&b. US$ 130-

Alpine Lakes Wilderness Area

Less than an hour east of Seattle, this area including 700 lakes and some of Washington’s most scenic waterfalls, including the 270 foot cascading Snoqualmie Falls.

Salish Lodge & Spa

Snoqualmie Falls, WA

The lodge is located at the crest of Snoqualmie Falls in Washington. The spring snow melt season is the optimum time for viewing the falls.

T: +1 425 831 6581. 91 rooms. US$ 249-

Treehouse Point

Fall City, WA

Whimsical hand-built treehouse cabins created by treehouse guru Pete Nelson. Located 30 minutes from Seattle in a beautiful forest beside the Raging River.

T: +1 425 441-8087. 6 tree houses. US$ 255-

San Juan Islands

The San Juan islands are scattered like emeralds around Seattle’s bay, with unpretentious country inns and often first rate dining. The four major islands—and the only ones accessible by ferry—are Orcas, San Juan, Lopez and Shaw.

Highland Inn

Friday Harbour, San Juan Island

Sublime water views from your room and the wide veranada. The two suites have Jacuzzi tubs, wood-burning fireplaces and steam cabinet showers.

T: 360 378 9450. 2 suite b&b. US$ 175-

The Place at Cayou Cove

Deer Harbor, Orcas Island, WA

1913’s era Craftsman style manor house furnished with antiques and luxury amenities. This romantic Washington b&b sits waterside on five acres of gardens, lawn and private beach.

T: +1 360 376-3199. b&b. US$ 215-

China Beach Retreat

222 Robert Gray Dr., Ilwaco, Long Beach Peninsula, WA

The house sits on Baker Bay with a view from the shore over tide-lands towards Sand Island. An antiques-filled Craftsman cottage, it is owned by noted local innkeepers and restauranteurs, Tony and Ann Kischner. Oyster farms, primeval forests and grassy dunes; the Long Beach Peninsula is where the Columbia River meets the Pacific Ocean and the Lewis & Clark exploration reached its final destination. Located across the river from Oregon.

T: +1 360 642-5660. 3 room b&b. $179-

Wine Country

Washington’s wine country is located in the same latitude as France’s Bordeaux and Burgundy regions; its appellations include Yakima Valley, Columbia Valley, the Red Mountain wine region and Walla Walla. The Walla Walla Wine Region is located on Washington’s southern border, an arid valley surrounded by the rugged Blue Mountains. Famous for its sweet onions. Washington shares this wine appelation with Oregon.

Inn at Abeja

2014 Mill Creek Rd., Walla Walla, WA

Renovated outbuildings of a century-old wheat ranch renovated into b&b cottages. Breakfast served in the barn. The inn is located 8 minutes outside of downtown Walla Walla and set within 25 acres of vineyards, creeks and wheat fields.

T: +1 (509) 522-1234. 5 cottages w/kitchens. US$ 185-