Whether golf, hiking, kayaking, biking, or fishing is your pleasure, you’ll enjoy the weather in Sequim. Though only 60 miles from Seattle, Sequim is in the rainshadow of the Olympic Mountains. We brag about our sunny, dry climate with less then 15 inches of rain per year.
Rent a kayak for an hour or the day right here at the Cottages and explore the inner harbor or make a day of it out to the Lighthouse. In the summertime there is a Seal Rookery in the Harbor with dozens of babies being born late June to early July. More Info
A bike ride along Marine Drive to visit the Eagle's Nests or further on to the Dungeness River and Nash's for a cup of coffee and a pastry! Bike Rentals
A Waterfalls Adventure!! Travel Highway 101 around the Olympic Peninsula viewing waterfall after waterfall!!! If you’re up for this waterfall adventure, here’s an easy trip you can take to see seven falls in about 9-10 hours. Loop-de-Loop Olympic Peninsula Waterfalls
Cape Flattery - most western point in the Continental USA - Hike the Cape Flattery trail out to view the Lighthouse and enjoy wild vistas along the way.
The Sequim area in recent years has become home to several micro-breweries! Some have tours or tasting rooms while the others you can sample at local restaurants and bars. Barhop Brewery and Taproom Fathom and League Brewery The Hop Crew Brewery Dungeness Brewing Company
Sequim is also home to some wonderful chefs so eating out is a definite on my indoor recreation list!
Try the amazing Dockside Grill for waterfront dining. Every bite is so delicious!!! Pricy but worth the cost. Seafood salad!! Raviolis stuffed with portobello mushrooms in a rich Madeira cream sauce topped with grilled chicken and prosciutto. Crab/artichoke cheese appetizers. Incredible steaks. Seafood Bisque soup. Don't forget dessert - the chocolate mousse is a dream!
just a few minutes from the Cottages is the Old Mill Cafe with wonderful home cooked meals
The Double Eagle at the Dungeness Golf Course (Now called the Cedars at Dungeness) - Missy's favorite crabcakes and clam chowder
the Alderwood Bistro which utilizes local, fresh ingredients
or Oak Table renowned for it's Apple Pancakes or quiche Lorraine.