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Located approximately two hours west of Seattle and north of Portland, Alderbrook Resort and Spa is nestled on Washington State’s scenic and serene Hood Canal. Offering a rejuvenating getaway or idyllic conference retreat, Alderbrook Resort and Spa spans 84 lush acres. With sweeping views of the nearby Olympic Mountains with a trail network that spans 8 miles, it is an outdoor enthusiast's dream. Alderbrook’s rich history is seen in historical photographs displayed throughout the resort and in each guest room. Some guests have come to Alderbrook for generations, while others are establishing new Northwest traditions.

Since 1913, visitors have been arriving at Alderbrook Resort and Spa by car, plane, and boat. In the early days accommodations consisted mainly of tent frames with orange and black striped canvas sides, each with a wood stove. The Alderbrook Creek was used as a refrigerator where guests put their butter, milk, eggs, and other items in a box in the creek to keep their food cold.

Today Alderbrook has 77 guest rooms and 16 cottages. The Resort is complemented by the Spa at Alderbrook, where you can relax and rejuvenate your body, mind and spirit seven days a week. One can dine in the Restaurant at Alderbrook, which specializes in fresh seafood and Northwest Cuisine. Alderbrook also boasts a 1,200-foot marina with full moorage services and boat rentals. During summer months, live entertainment and your favorite libations are offered at the Outdoor Patio Café and at a monthly Canal Cookout, which is held at Alderbrook-owned Union City Market. Alderbrook’s expansive conference facilities consist of 6,500 square feet of flexible indoor meeting space with full service catering. During nice weather, this is complemented by outdoor spaces surrounded by nature. The inviting lobby, heated indoor pool, hot tub, volleyball area, and scenic nature trails enhance the experience.

Logistics + Planning

Parking Pass

Not Required

Open Year-round

Yes

Price per night

$161+/night

Pros

Two hours from Seattle and Portland. Hood Canal and Olympic Mountain views. Complimentary classes and activities. Nature trails and saltwater pool with a hot tub.

Cons

Minimal shopping and dining nearby. Limited to 93 guestrooms. Lack of transportation options to and from the resort from urban areas. Seasonal inclement weather.

Pets allowed

Allowed

Managed by

North Forty Lodging

Features

Electricity
Kitchen
Outdoor fire pit/BBQ
Potable water
Showers
ADA accessible
Beachfront
Hot tub
Swimming pool
Air conditioning
ADA accessible

Location

Field Guide

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