Washington Accommodations

Experience an unforgettable getaway to the most Unique accommodations in Washington. Hop from one Unique Inns destination to another on the largest ferry fleet in the United States, sharing your travels with local whales and eagles.

Whether you seek the peace of an heirloom farmland or the culture and history of a heritage seaside resort, you'll discover the ultimate vacation in Washington.  Offering luxurious amenities, gourmet cuisine prepared with local ingredients and some of the most breathtaking scenery on the West Coast, Unique Inns Washington accommodations invite you to explore and escape in absolute comfort.

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Washington Accommodations

The finest bed & breakfasts, boutique hotels and country inns located in Washington.

The Inn at El Gaucho

The Inn at El Gaucho

Seattle, Washington

Seattle legend and restaurateur Paul Mackay, had an opportunity to create the ultimate small inn above his renowned restaurant, El Gaucho. He succeeded. The Inn’s... Read More

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Cameo Heights Mansion

Cameo Heights Mansion

Touchet, Washington

On a path less traveled, off US Highway 12, between Kennewick and Walla Walla, Washington is a gem of an inn – Cameo Heights Mansion. A destination unto itself... Read More

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The Shelburne Inn

The Shelburne Inn

Seaview, Washington

An award-winning classic, The Shelburne Inn has operated since 1896 and boasts antique-filled rooms with fine art work. A sanctuary for nature lovers, the Inn is... Read More

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Turtleback Farm Inn

Turtleback Farm Inn

Orcas Island, Washington

Turtleback Farm Inn is a country farmhouse located on Orcas Island, the loveliest of the San Juan Islands which dot the sparkling waters of Puget Sound. These beautiful... Read More

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Quick Facts

Population: 6.5 million

Average Climate: 45°F in January; 73°F in July

Capital: Olympia

Largest City: Seattle

Did you know...

80% of glacial ice in the U.S can be found in Washington State