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We drove to the Peninsula to surprise friends camping up there. I had seen Glen Ayr on the web a couple of years ago, and the name clicked, so we stopped. We got a lovely king room with a balcony and a view of the...More
We stayed here two nights in 8/2016 at the start of a 17 day Olympic National Park tour.
We knew we were arriving late (about 10pm) on the first night and consequently phoned days before arrival to let Glen Ayr Resort know we would be...More
We walked in and were pleasantly surprised that the best king room with a view of the canal was available. We took it and enjoyed our stay. The room was spotless and the facilities was well maintained.
Right across the street from the Hood Canal,...More
We stayed in the hotel - not the adjacent RV/camp area. This is a lovely location however we were not expecting the volume of traffic through the night on the main road. Unfortunately this disturbed our sleep. If noise is not a problem than this...More
What a hidden gem here on Hood Canal. This is our first time here and we are delighted with the space, location and staff! John and Sarah were our hosts during our stay and were very helpful as we picked oysters for the first time...More
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We chose site 105, which backs up to the creek. Those sites are the furthest away from everyone else. Site 105 has no one on the creek site pathway. They are a little tight and depending on the size of your rig, backing in... More
We chose site 105, which backs up to the creek. Those sites are the furthest away from everyone else. Site 105 has no one on the creek site pathway. They are a little tight and depending on the size of your rig, backing in is a little different than most sites, but not too difficult. Look up the site map on the website or use goggle earth to take a look at the resort as a whole.