Welcome toDungeness Bay Cottages
Offering beautiful cottagesWith Breathtaking Views
Mt Baker & Dungness LighthouseWith Amazing Sunsets!
We look forwardTo Your Visit
#1 Ranked on TripAdvisor for Sequim Lodging!
We offer six comfortable and well-appointed cottages in Sequim with full kitchens. Each unit overlooks Dungeness Bay and your own private beach. As written by Olympic Best Places, “…the muted song of the surf [will] lull you to sleep.”
Tripadvisor has reviews from previous guests, so go check it out and see one we are ranked #1 for lodging in Sequim! Frommer’s Seattle & the Olympic Peninsula For Dummies boast that you’ll be staying in style: With “a collection of roomy cottages, Dungeness Bay Cottages enjoys a lovely setting…with private beach…picnic tables & chairs.
Dungeness Lighthouse, on Dungeness Spit.
With the Wildlife Refuge in front of us, and acres of pasture land behind us, we provide a very quiet setting in the sunny “rainshadow” of the rugged Olympic Mountains.
From our landing, lawn, or your living room, you can experience spectacular sunsets and panoramic views of our bay, the Dungeness Spit, the Strait of Juan de Fuca, British Columbia, the San Juan Islands, and beyond!
Take advantage of our southern exposure and enjoy a picnic or barbecue with the Olympic mountains as your backdrop. For the adventurous gourmet, we invite you to share the bounty of our region. Local seafood, shellfish and Dungeness crab, as well as fresh local produce and products from our local growers and farmer’s markets can be enjoyed at our local cafes.
Olympic National Park
One of the best reasons to come to Sequim is to visit Olympic National Park. One million acres awaits your visit. Hurricane Ridge, Lake Crescent, and the wild ocean beaches await you. Hurricane Ridge is just 1 hour from your cottage or any of our vacation rentals.
Alder Wood Bistro is a not to be missed restaurant when visiting Sequim! This unique little spot is full of
The Dungeness River Audubon Center is an amazing and invaluable part of the community of the Olympic Peninsula. Along with