Welcome to Emerald Valley Inn

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Formerly the Indian Valley Motel (est. 1956), the Emerald Valley Inn continues to offer a quiet, homey reprieve to those paying a visit to the Olympic Peninsula or traveling through the Olympic National Park. The cozy property provides views of the surrounding forests and mountains, a small farm, and next door is the locally-renown Granny’s Cafe. All the while, being conveniently located right off of Highway 101 for quick and easy access to the Olympic National Park. The Emerald Valley Inn is ready to be your home away from home for your next PNW stay.

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The Olympic Guesthouse

A hidden jewel in the Olympic Peninsula

Our guesthouse is a beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom house with vaulted cedar ceilings, a large kitchen with granite countertops and full-sized appliances, and located in a beautiful and remote location in the heart of the Olympic National Park near Lake Crescent and 15 minutes from downtown Port Angeles.

What time can I check-in, and what time do I need to check-out?

Our check-in time is at 3PM, and check-out time is 11AM.

If you need more flexibility with these times, give us a call and based on availability we will see what we can do for you.

How close are you to the Olympic National Park?

Emerald Valley Inn is conveniently and centrally located to several of the Olympic National Park entrances such as Sol Duc, Hurricane Ridge and Hoh Rain Forest. We are also only minutes away from the stunning views of Lake Crescent, the popular Storm King hike and Marymere Falls. Please contact us so we can help you plan your Olympic adventure!

Is breakfast included?

Breakfast is not included, however, the Granny’s Cafe is conveniently located right next door, as you will probably be able to smell. Be sure to stop in for delicious, homemade breakfast.

Is parking free?

Yes, parking is free and easily accessible right outside your room.