Holiday Plaza Sequim Inn and Suites is located in Sequim.
Make yourself at home in one of the 61 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and microwaves. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers and irons/ironing boards, as well as phones with free local calls.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
DonÃât miss out on recreational opportunities including an indoor pool and a spa tub. This motel also features complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and a television in the lobby. If you're ready for some gaming fun, you can hop on the complimentary casino shuttle.
A complimentary continental breakfast is included.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include express check-in, express check-out, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Free self parking is available onsite.
The Sequim Lavender Farm festival transforms scenic Carrie Blake Park into a fragrant oasis celebrating the bounty of Sequim-Dungeness Valley's lavender harvests. After arriving at the festival via bus and ferry, herb aficionados can peruse more than 150 booths bursting with lavender-laden goods produced by members of the Sequim Lavender Farmers Association, as well artisanal crafts, international foodstuffs, and wine gardens. Carrie Blake Park also serves as a launch pad for bus tours that wind their way through seven regional lavender farms, encompassing 50 acres and 100,000 soil-bound lavender plants. Fair-goers can frolic through each farm's visually unique fields, picking their own lavender to fill vases or grace boutonnières for lonely scarecrows. Workshops, demonstrations, crafts, and live music also pepper plots, rendering each farm a festival unto itself.
Called “the most devastatingly powerful, scientifically-proven self defense system in the world today,” Target Focus Training (TFT) lets you quickly stop any attacker dead in his tracks by inflicting crippling pain from injury to easily damaged body parts using simple, intuitive movements you can instantaneously do… even if
A lavish luxury cabin at the Quileute Oceanside Resort nestles weary wanderers in a TV- and telephone-free escape from invasive workday hustles, bustles, or zebra mussels. Set within the sprawling Olympic National Park, each cabin boasts standard amenities including jacuzzi-style bathtubs, kitchens, and propane fireplaces, as well as sweeping views of the Pacific. Each room of the tribally owned resort is bedecked with tasteful Native American décor, featuring ornately carved furniture and artwork celebrating the 1,000-year-old Quileute tribe. The resort is also located near Forks, the setting of the popular Twilight series and a suite of dinette-themed attractions. Other lures include fresh seafood at the nearby Quileute Marina or lush, natural attractions such as the Hoh Rainforest and Sol Duc Hot Springs.
Years ago, Olympic Game Farm was a home for actors. The bears, cougars, and big cats who lived on the premises were all movie stars?most often for Disney Studios, which worked with and filmed the farm's animals for 28 years. The farm's founder, Lloyd Beebe, served as the go-to trainer, and his bond with the wildlife was reputedly amazing. During those early years, he even managed to tame five wolverines, who would eat raw egg out of his hands.
Today, Lloyd's grandson Robert runs the farm. For the most part, the animals are no longer film celebrities?although footage of the famous waving bears has gone viral and even appeared in a Carrie Underwood video, and some animal actors from elsewhere still retire to the farm. The majority are descendants of the original film animals, or rescues. Visitors can drive through the park to see zebras, elk, wolves, and lions, then head to the petting farm for an up-close encounter. They can even feed many of the animals?whole-grain bread is an accepted treat.
Olympic Tactical Instruction's staff counts more than a dozen strong. These professionals include both current and former law-enforcement officers, Special Forces members, and executive protection agents. Take instructor and investigator Orrin Knutson, for example, who served as a military police officer in the US Army for six years.
Greg Glassock may have left law enforcement, but he was hardly finished with his mission to protect and serve. Mr. Glassock saw a need for qualified trainers in the security and law-enforcement industry, as well as investigation and protection services. So he founded Olympic Tactical Instruction. The business has three faces: private investigation, protection services, and instruction. For the latter, the staff teaches self-defense and firearms.