by Jeff Bogle
Here’s a retro roadside motel straight out of the 50’s motel heyday, with an amazing mountain view. According to the property, the All-View Motel is a little vintage era “mom and pop” motel run by the Jernigan family. It offers up 20 guestrooms for you to choose, all with free Wi-Fi and either microwaves and refrigerators or full kitchens.
Rooms range from one queen plus a double, two queens and even a family suite with three queen beds. Located a mile outside downtown Port Angeles, your family will be able to easily get into Olympic National Park and up to the ferry that will carry you and your kids to Victoria, British Columbia. Guests of the All View Motel will love having free and unlimited access to William Shore Memorial Pool’s heated indoor swimming pool and sauna during their stay.
Our Editor Loves
- Access to indoor pool
- Easy access to national park
- Homey atmosphere
- Water Sports
- Family Room 5+
- Free Wi-Fi
Good location, nice people, mostly clean room, decent bed.
Check that you have a fan to cover the noises of your neighbors through the walls.
It is good that it has a kitchen, but housekeeping is a bit lax. Wash your dishes before you use them.
This is not meant to be all negative, just a reminder, no matter where you stay.
I'd stay here again.
We were looking for a place close to a specific school in Port Angeles for an academic related activity of one of my daughters scheduled for very early in the morning. Motel was a couple of mins away from the school, so it worked out perfect. Motel is located in the middle of a neighborhood, but it was safe to walk around at night & just a 3 min drive to Downtown Port Angeles. Close to the Canada Border as well. Rooms were clean, A/C worked great during summer, and had a full kitchen, so we were able to fix breakfast before heading out the next morning. Very quiet at night, which allowed my daughter to study & get a good night sleep. Staff in Front Desk was quite friendly, recommended several dining options nearby & suggested nice scenic spots that we could visit during our last day, which were handicap friendly & part of the Olympic National Park, perfect if you’re on a tight schedule. Be sure to check out the view at night from one of their benches located in the parking lot, stroll around Downtown, and check out the Courthouse a few blocks away, across from Safeway. Reminded me of Back to the Future :)