My Mom and I had a mother-daughter weekend for Memorial Day this year. We both enjoy the Twilight Saga series of books, so we decided to head on over to Forks, WA (about a 6+ hour drive from home) and do some Twilight Tours just for the fun of it. We booked last-minute, so had a VERY hard time finding lodging. We called everyone in Forks, La Push, etc... not much luck.
We ended up at the Hungry Bear, which is about 15 miles west on 101 from Forks (easy to find). It looked a bit dodgy from the outside (as motels go) to us - two women traveling alone - but we decided to give it a try. The check-in desk is in the cafe; we stayed in Room 4 of the cabin-like motel, which was cheery, clean and comfortable with two double beds, newer carpet and tile, a fresh smell and a good-working heater (it was rainy and cold, so this was important!). Things we would have liked: a lower price (it was a bit spendy, we think they hiked their rates up for the holiday weekend and the halibut fishermen, but oh well); a hair-dryer; a fridge and/or microwave; better water pressure in the sink/shower; healthier items on the breakfast menu in the cafe.
Overall, it was a good visit. We love the beautiful scenery in the area, and while there is really nothing to do in Beaver, WA, Forks is amazingly fun if you love Twilight (though much of the film was actually shot in St. Helens, OR) and the beaches of La Push (very short drive) are GORGEOUS!