Eagle- Rustic and Tranquil Cottage Room at Manitou Lodge.

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1 bedroom, free WiFi, bed sheets
Balcony
Balcony
Books
Fridge, microwave, coffee/tea maker, cookware/dishes/utensils

Overview of Eagle- Rustic and Tranquil Cottage Room at Manitou Lodge.

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Eagle- Rustic and Tranquil Cottage Room at Manitou Lodge.

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4.6/5 Wonderful

Guests rated this property 3.5/5 for cleanliness.

Popular amenities

  • Free WiFi
  • Pet friendly
  • Outdoor Space

Cleaning and safety practices

  • Cleaned with disinfectant
Forks, WA

Explore the area

  • Popular LocationSecond Beach Trail11 min drive
  • Popular LocationFirst Beach11 min drive
  • Popular LocationLake Crescent46 min drive

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About this area

Forks

This cabin is located in Forks. Travelers eager for a bit of culture can stop by Forks Timber Museum, while those wishing to experience the area's natural beauty can explore Olympic National Forest and Rialto Beach.

What's nearby

  • Second Beach - 9 min drive
  • Second Beach Trail - 11 min drive
  • Rialto Beach - 11 min drive
  • First Beach - 11 min drive
  • Lake Crescent - 46 min drive

Restaurants

  • River's Edge Restaurant — 13 min drive
  • OceanSide Restaurant — 13 min drive

About this property

Entire place

You'll have the entire apartment to yourself and will only share it with other guests in your party.

Eagle- Rustic and Tranquil Cottage Room at Manitou Lodge.

Cabin in Forks with patio
The Eagle Cottage Room at Manitou Lodge features a cedar-paneled room with rustic decor and salvage-cedar trim. The Eagle has a Montana log queen bed and a bathroom with shower. Children under 10 cannot be accommodated unless a family or group rents both cottage rooms (Eagle and Owl together). 2 guests maximum. Pets are allowed in this room with a pet-fee.

Manitou Lodge is perfectly situated in Forks, Washington. Our accommodations provide guest rooms, cabins and camping on ten acres of coastal rainforest, just 3 miles from Rialto Beach, and 15 minutes west of Forks. Manitou is what a lodge should be – wood, stone, a Great Room with a massive stone fireplace, vaulted ceilings, and furniture you can put your feet up on. Nights in our forest are silent except for the distant rush of the Sol Duc river and occasional interruptions by coyotes and owls.

Originally built in 1970, our Forks WA Lodging is a built around a classic lodge structure whose most striking feature is a huge vaulted-ceiling Great Room with a massive stone fireplace. The numerous couches and chairs in this room provide the space to be with others, and, at the same time, to be private. The Lodge also is home to our lovely Gift Shop which features Native American and Pacific Northwest art, decor, jewelry and more.

Step Outside and Experience the Pacific Northwest

Situated on ten acres of coastal rainforest, our Forks WA Lodging is just about as far west as you can get in the lower 48 states. The property’s hemlocks and spruce are still imposing, and there’s a Western Hemlock on the property well over 1000 years old. The grounds include wonderful trails, bits of whimsy and lovely spots to picnic.

Summer is a delight with sunshine and temperatures that rarely rise above 80 F. With winter come the fish. Local rivers (Sol Duc, Bogachiel, Calawah, Hoh) offer world-class salmon and steelhead fishing. We also experience powerful winter storms which shape our coastline. It’s worth a dose of rain and wind in the face to witness one of these, especially when a couch, fire and warm bed are just a couple of minutes away.

SELF CHECK-IN: Any time after 3pm (no early arrivals, please). Find the card with your name on it at the front door and follow check-in instructions inside. With the convenience of self check-in at our Forks Washington accommodations, you can take your time and arrive at your convenience.

There is something for everybody any time of year in the Olympic National Park and Forks Washington. Explore wilderness beaches such as Rialto Beach, hike in the moss-draped beauty of the Hoh rainforest, fish the plentiful rivers of the region, or enjoy sightseeing.  Forks is also the setting for the Twilight Saga, and hosts the Forever Twilight Festival every fall.

We’re located just a 45 minute drive from the Hoh Rainforest and Sol Duc Hot Springs, and about an hour from Cape Flattery (most Northwestern point in the lower 48 states) and the Makah Reservation and Cultural Museum at Neah Bay. Rialto Beach, spectacularly rugged and log-strewn, is just 3 miles away. The Quileute Tribe resides 9 miles away at La Push, as well as First Beach at LaPush and Olympic National Park’s Second and Third Beaches (not to be confused with Beaches 1-3 south of Kalaloch).

Rialto Beach, the only drive-to beach in the immediate area, is a spectacular, driftwood-strewn beach on the north side of the Quileute river about 3 miles from the Manitou Lodge. The surf is generally heavy, the driftwood logs huge, and the sunsets are magnificent. The Rialto crescent extends for about 1.5 miles and ends with two towering sea stacks, tidal pools, and “Hole-in-the-Wall”, a surf-carved tunnel in a headland. The 18 mile hike north from Rialto Beach to Cape Alava is a favorite with backpackers.

First, Second and Third Beaches extend south from the mouth of the Quileute River. These beaches are long, flat crescents popular with photographers due to sea-stacks (a well-known sea-stack complex, the “Quileute Needles”, lies just offshore), tidal pools, and eagles. Access to Second and Third Beaches requires hikes of 0.5 to 1.5 miles, respectively. The headlands at First Beach and Second Beach can’t be passed, but one can backpack south from Third Beach along the coast for about 17 miles to Oil City.

The Hoh Visitor Center is about 30 miles from us, and the Hoh Rainforest is possibly best known attraction in the Olympic National Park. Average annual rainfall in the Hoh Valley is in excess of 150 inches, and has a spectacular effect on the vegetation. Along the “Hall of Mosses” Trail, the moss-draped maples are extravagantly green year round, so much so that somebody has written that the air appears to be jade-colored. The Spruce Trail follows the glacier-carved Hoh river maple and red alder “bottom”. Scenic raft trips are available in summer along the Hoh River, and guides can be contracted throughout the year for fishing and scenic trips.

Other regional activities near Forks Washington include world-class fishing, mountain-biking, hiking in the Olympic mountains and along the wild beaches that comprise the Pacific Coast portion of the Olympic National Park, or a visit to Cape Flattery, the most Northwestern point in the lower 48 states. A boardwalk recently completed by the Makah Nation, on whose lands the Cape sits, has considerably eased the hike. The views of the Straits of Juan de Fuca, Tatoosh Island, and Vancouver Island from the Cape cliffs are inspiring. While visiting the Cape, you won’t want to miss the outstanding Makah Cultural Center and Museum at Neah Bay. These are just a sampling of the possibilities on the West End. For a more comprehensive look, consult some of the links listed below and visit the Forks Chamber of Commerce Five Day Guide to the West End. Twilight fans won’t want to miss a stop in Forks, WA.
Guest accommodations at this cabin offer hair dryers. Rooms open to patios. Guests can surf the web using the complimentary wireless Internet access. Guests can make use of the in-room refrigerators, microwaves, and coffee/tea makers.

Property manager

Tim Pinson
Speaks English

Cleaning and safety practices

Enhanced cleanliness measures

Disinfectant is used to clean the property
High-touch surfaces are cleaned and disinfected
This information is provided by our partners.

Property amenities

Internet

  • Free WiFi

Food and drink

  • Refrigerator
  • Microwave
  • Coffee/tea maker
  • Cookware/dishes/utensils

Dining

  • Dining table

Bedrooms

  • 1 bedroom
  • Bed sheets provided

Bathrooms

  • 1 bathroom
  • Hair dryer
  • Towels provided

Entertainment

  • Books
  • Games

Outdoor areas

  • Patio

Comfort

  • Heating

Pets

  • Pet friendly

Suitability/Accessibility

  • Smoke-free property

General

  • Sleeps 2
  • Unit size: 400 sq ft (37 sq m)

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Policies

Check-in

Check-in time starts at 3:00 PM
Minimum check-in age - 21

Check-out

Check-out before 11:00 AM

Special check-in instructions

You will receive an email from the host with check-in and check-out instructions

Pets

Pets allowed

Children and extra beds

Children are welcome

Important information

You need to know

This property is managed by a professional host; the provision of housing is linked to their trade, business, or profession, within the meaning of article 155 of the French Tax Code
Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on property policy
Government-issued photo identification and a credit card, debit card, or cash deposit may be required at check-in for incidental charges
Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges; special requests cannot be guaranteed
Onsite parties or group events are strictly prohibited
This property is managed through our partner, Vrbo. You will receive an email from Vrbo with a link to a Vrbo account, where you can change or cancel your reservation

Property is also known as

Vrbo Property
Eagle Cottage Room Su Cabin
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Eagle Cottage Room Su Forks
Eagle Cottage Room Su Cabin Forks

Frequently asked questions

Overall score and ratings

4.6

Wonderful

Rating 5 - Excellent. 8 out of 10 reviews
5 - Excellent 80%
Rating 4 - Good. 1 out of 10 reviews
4 - Good 10%
Rating 3 - Okay. 0 out of 10 reviews
3 - Okay 0%
Rating 2 - Poor. 1 out of 10 reviews
2 - Poor 10%
Rating 1 - Terrible. 0 out of 10 reviews
1 - Terrible 0%

3.5/5

Cleanliness

3.5/5

Amenities

3.5/5

Property conditions & facilities

4/5 Good

Cozy Basic Necessities Near Hoh River and Beach
Located in Forks, easy to locate, nestled off a remote road beside a communal lodge. Several little “cabins” (some doubkes) with some gravel parking spots beside. Very accommodating hosts. Heat available. No AC. Electricity and WiFi available. Nice hot shower after long camping/hiking adventures. Of note** very very limited food options in the area that stay open past 7-8P. Snacks are essential!

2/5 Poor

Traveled with partner, Traveled with pets
Disliked: Cleanliness, amenities, property conditions & facilities
You can tell that the owners are trying but they are falling painfully short of acceptable. There was no opportunity to add a pet to the booking and no communication about a pet policy until after it was reserved and paid for. When we arrived, we were greeted only by an envelope demanding cash to pay for the pet. Who carries cash? There was no indication of where our room was or how to find it. Email from the lodge was in all caps. I don’t appreciate being yelled at by a perfect stranger over email as a first introduction. The bed, bedding, and pillows smelled of wet dog. The floor was filthy and stained. There was a strange dark reddish brown stain across an entire wall next to the bed. The walls were paper thin so I could actually hear the neighbors doing their bathroom business. The checkout instructions were sent in email after we had already left. It was so uncomfortable that I got no sleep at all and couldn’t get out of there fast enough. The main building was locked so if there are any amenities in there, we had no access to them. It looked cute through the window. I really wanted to like it but I didn’t get to experience any of its redeeming qualities.
Stayed 1 night in Aug 2021

5/5 Excellent

Unique and comfortable.
Simple, charming, rustic, clean accommodations. Fun, unique decor both in our cabin and the main lodge. Bed was comfortable, water was hot and nature was calling! Wonderful stay.

5/5 Excellent

Perfect location
We really enjoyed our stay at Manitou Lodge. The location was absolutely perfect. It is close to Olympic National Park (both hiking and beaches) while also being quiet, peaceful, and secluded. We loved that it is nestled among majestic pines and away from major roadways/traffic. The wraparound porch on the lodge building was a great place for reading and relaxing, and the lodge itself had plenty of fun distractions after a day of hiking and exploring. I am so glad that we found this place!

5/5 Excellent

Traveled with family
Liked: Cleanliness, amenities, property conditions & facilities
Isolated cottages surrounded by beautiful trees.
Stayed 1 night in Jun 2021