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Juan de Fuca Cottages on the Olympic Peninsula
182 Marine Drive
Sequim, WA, 98382, USA
360.683.4433

Directions

From the East:

From Seattle, King County or Seattle -Tacoma International Airport.

THREE options depending on time of day and traffic

#1 – DRIVING AROUND (NO FERRY)
Drive South on I-5 to Tacoma – 19 miles (from airport)
Exit 132 – merging onto Highway 16 towards Bremerton – 27 miles
Highway 16 becomes Highway 3 – 25 miles
Turn left onto Highway 104 crossing the Hood Canal Bridge – 16 miles
Merge onto Highway 101 towards Port Angeles-Sequim – 20 miles

#2 – TAKING A FERRY FROM DOWNTOWN SEATTLE
Drive North to Downtown Seattle and take the Bainbridge Island-Winslow Ferry 
I-5 Northbound take exit 164B, I-5 Southbound exit 164.
This is the 4th Ave. and Safeco field exit. The off ramp goes to 4th Ave. Take a right onto 4th, then
go one block to Royal Brougham. Turn right and head for 4-5 blocks (driving between Safeco field
and the new Seahawk stadium) to Alaskan Way on the waterfront. Take another right on to
Alaskan Way. WSF is about 1.2 miles north. Look for overhead signage, stay in the left hand
lane so you can turn left into Ferry Terminal dock. Take Bainbridge Island-Winslow Ferry.
30 minute ride.

I-5 Southbound it is exit 164. It says 4th Ave and Airport Way. This also takes you to the 4th Ave ramp
and follow directions above, as for northbound.

Disembark the ferry – Bainbridge Island
Traveling straight off the ferry you are now on Highway 305 – 13 miles
Take right onto Highway 3 towards Hood Canal Bridge – 7 miles
Turn left onto Highway 104 crossing the Hood Canal Bridge – 16 miles
Merge onto Highway 101 towards Port Angeles-Sequim – 20 miles

#3 – TAKING A FERRY FROM EDMONDS
Drive North on I-5 to Edmonds and take the Kingston Ferry
Drive North on I-5 to State Route (SR) 104, taking Exit 177 – 17 miles (from airport)
Continue West on SR 104 for 4 miles and follow the signs to the Edmonds-Kingston Ferry
Terminal. Vehicles must enter the toll booths at SR 104 & Dayton Ave. 30 minute ride.

Disembark the ferry – Kingston
Traveling straight off the ferry you are now on Highway 104 - 4 miles
Follow signs to turn right to Hood Canal Bridge – through Port Gamble, Port Angeles – 17 miles
Merge onto Highway 101 towards Port Angeles-Sequim – 20 miles

From Vancouver, Canada – Bellingham or other points North – TWO options

#1 – TAKING A FERRY FROM EDMONDS
Drive south on I-5 to State Route (SR) 104, taking Exit 177 to Edmonds-Kingston Ferry
Follow directions above

#2 – TAKING A FERRY FROM KEYSTONE TO PT TOWNSEND

** ATTENTION**
On the Keystone Pt. Townsend ferries only – reservations are being accepted and recommended to avoid long delays.Visit http://www.wsdot.wa.gov/ferries/ for more information. Or call 511 from your cell phone.

Drive South on I-5 to Burlington, taking the exit for Highway 20 – follow signs west to
Keystone-Port Townsend Ferry – 12 miles
Take left to continue on Highway 20 – 17 miles
Take right to continue on Highway 20 – 10 miles
On right is Keystone Ferry line. 20 minute ride.
Disembark the ferry in Port Townsend
Traveling straight off the ferry turn left onto Water Street (also Highway 20) - 5 miles
Turn right to continue on Highway 20 towards Port Angeles, Sequim – 8 miles
Turn right onto Highway 101 towards Port Angeles, Sequim – 18 miles

From all points East arriving in Sequim:

  1. Highway 101 to Sequim Ave. exit.
  2. Turn right.
  3. Go 6 miles staying on main road (it changes names from Sequim Ave. to Sequim-Dungeness Way to East Anderson).
  4. Do NOT turn down to 3 Crabs Restaurant – stay on main road, past Old Dungeness Schoolhouse, over the Dungeness River
  5. Turn right at Marine Drive.
  6. 1.5 miles to blue cottages on left, hotel sign has lighthouse next to it.

From The West:

  1. Highway 101 through Port Angeles.
  2. 10 miles east of Port Angeles, on Highway 101, look for blue lodging sign that says
  3. Juan de Fuca Cottages.
  4. Turn left and go 6 miles to blue cottages on right, hotel sign has lighthouse next to it.