A Message from the Innkeepers
BILL & SUSAN
Discover the treasures of Olympic National Park and beyond from your exclusive Forks, WA bed and breakfast lodging. For over thirty years, the Miller Tree Inn has been a home away from home for tourists who visit year round to explore the rain forest and the wild beaches of the west Olympic Peninsula. From October through the end of April, the Inn also becomes a haven for fishermen pursuing steelhead and salmon on the five pristine local rivers.
Enjoy a cool drink or cup of tea on the front porch, TV and a piano in one living room, and puzzles and board games in the other. Hot drinks and cookies await our guests in a relaxed, casual atmosphere. In the morning, a full, hot breakfast is served in the dining room from 7:30 to 9:00 AM.
Our secluded Olympic National Park lodging is a non-smoking facility, but smoking is permitted on the outside grounds, away from the house. Forks is located just 20 minutes from Olympic Peninsula ocean beaches and 45-60 minutes from the Hoh Rain Forest. Rain gear is available for borrowing, just in case.
We are proud to be a charter member of the Washington Independent Innkeepers Network which sets quality standards for membership. Miller Tree Inn has been listed in Olympic Peninsula Best Places, Frommer’s, Fodor’s and Best Places to Kiss.
Make our Olympic National Park ~ Olympic Peninsula B&B lodging in Forks your favorite Washington hideaway.
My husband and I stayed at the Miller Tree Inn for only one night on our way back to Seattle. We loved it. Bill is an amazing host, very knowledgeable of the area, very helpful in every way. Our room was very clean, it had a jacuzzy in it. But what impressed me the most was the attention to detail: there was a basket with bubble bath gels, so you can choose your scent, robes, toiletries, even cups for mouth wash. Each room is equipped with a mini fridge with water, juice and soda. There was plenty of snacks downstairs and we loved the breakfast. We were very happy we chose this place to stay!
Quiet place on the edge of town. Great hosts
The Inn is an old house farm house on the out skirts of town. Bill and Susan were great hosts. The Twilight fans were in Forks for the weekend and the house was full. Each room had a bathroom and the one we stayed in had an extra room with an extra bed. It was very quiet at night. They had a cat called Moira that lived at the house but was a bit shy. Bill told us things about the area and how he and his friend go on the trails in the rainforest and camp. The breakfast was good and there were a variety of snacks left out for the guests.
My family and I stayed in the Orchard suite and it’s the size of a small apartment! The whole inn is extremely charming, and the ladies who work here couldn’t be sweeter. We will definitely be back! Love that they provide books and DVDs in each room and the resident cat is really cute also. Highly recommend! 🙂