Today is May 9, 2016. Here’s a picture of the rhodenderon’s in the front of the inn. They are a lovely red! More pictures of flowers to come.
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May 9th, 2016 by rachelbennett
March 5th, 2016 by rachelbennett
Spring has arrived at the Inn. The tulips are in full bloom along the side of the road leading into the Inn. The bulbs have all been planted back to their usual little homes. And the Elk have made an appearance recently with a new family member. It looks like a new calf has become part of the heard. The Inn is ready for summer to arrive!
March 2nd, 2016 by rachelbennett
3/2 The weather is clearing up today and things are looking better.
March 1st, 2016 by rachelbennett
3/1 It is a very wet windy day in Forks! However the trees love it!
September 12th, 2013 by rachelbennett
Today we served a caramelized Fugi apple crepe for the first time. The cinnamon and brandy flavors were spectacular with the sizzling hot apples, fresh whipped cream and golden brown crepe. Definitely a new item for the breakfast menu.
November 12th, 2010 by rachelbennett
We are pleased to announce the launch of the new Misty Valley Inn website and blog, designed by InsideOut Solutions, our website host. The beautiful new website makes it easy to find the information you are seeking. The blog enables us to bring you the latest news about our bed & breakfast inn and location near Olympic National Park and Forks, Washington, home of the “Twilight” book series.
November 11th, 2010 by rachelbennett
The Misty Valley Inn offers a rare combination of Northwest hospitality and luxurious European style service. Our goal is to provide a relaxed atmosphere where guests are immersed in magnificent views, excellent personal service and marvelous food. You may want to spend some time looking for leprechauns under the giant carved mushroom in the Inn’s wooded area. Assistance is provided to guests planning fishing trips, hikes, walks, photography sessions, river rafting and shopping. Possibilities for day trips are abundant: Forks, Washington is just minutes away, as are the mountains of Olympic National Park. Hand drawn maps, reservations and itineraries are quickly prepared for guests.
November 10th, 2010 by rachelbennett
Morning begins quietly with a tap at the door and a bedside tray of freshly brewed imported coffee, teas, hot chocolate or iced juices. The tray also has hand-made cards listing the daily weather, tides and sunset information. While enjoying the main breakfast in the formal dining room or on either of the double decks, guests will enjoy looking out over the Misty Valley. The resident Stellar Blue Jays, chipmunks, or their many friends may look on through the window while you eat.