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Loved this place...so many classy touches...monogrammed towel mat, lots of cute knick knacks, like the stuffed bear on the bed, carved bear clock, yummy smelling soaps etc.
We were in #1 which shares the cabin with #2. There was a small fridge, microwave, coffee maker...More
It's somewhat weird you can find such an amazing place just a minute off the main road in a gloomy town of Forks - but it's true!
The Trapper Cabin at Huckleberry Lodge was an absolutely unforgettable experince. This is a romantic place in a...More
My friends and I stayed at the lodge for two nights, the room was clean and it was nice having a small kitchen. The owners are great, they invited us to an amazing campfire dinner with other cabin renters. I would definitely come again, the...More
When we pulled in from our 13hr trip flying in to SeaTac and driving in, we found Cottage #3 and a group of people sitting around a fire at the Gazebo right in front of it. I was alittle nervous! After we unloaded our luggage...More
We wanted to stay in the Forks area to explore the Hoh Rain forest and the beach areas of the Park. Huckleberry Lodge is really nice. We stayed in Room #1, which is half of a nice cottage shared with room 2. The room was...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.
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"I don't think there is one room better than the other. All are so darn cute."